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The device housing 702 is mechanically fixed onto the mounting plate 800, when the first and second fastener structures are fastened to each other. In some implementations, the mounting plate 800 includes a third fastener structure 808 located at a second end of the mounting plate 800, and the third fastener structure 808 is configured to mate with a fourth fastener structure 728 located at a corresponding end of the rear exterior surface of the device housing 702. The device housing 702 is mechanically fixed onto the mounting plate 800, when the first and third fastener structures 806 and 808 are fastened to the second and fourth fastener structures 726 and 728, respectively. In a specific example, the third fastener structure 808 includes an extended holding structure, and the fourth fastener structure 728 of the device housing 702 includes a recess hole configured to receive the extended holding structure. The extended holding structure may be pulled out of the recess hole of the device housing 702 when the device housing 702 slides along a longitudinal direction 812A or a transversal direction 812B, but not when the device housing 702 is pulled by a separation force having a direction perpendicular to a front exterior surface of the device housing 702. Further, the first fastener structure 806 may include a snap fastener configured to lock onto the respective fastener structure 726 of the device housing 702.

alert systems for elderly

01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

Jodhan We are living in times when our baby boomers in particular need to be paying extra special attention to their financial planning but this is nothing new that I am saying. What we are seeing these days is a picture of baby boomers who are desperately seeking safe and secure financial planning and financial planners who are practically stalking baby boomers in order to drum up business. Yes!This is what is happening and baby boomers need to be extra careful in their choice of who they ask to help them take care of their precious savings and investments. So, how can baby boomers deal with this?What can they do in a situation like this?How will they be able to determine the true and honest investment advisers from those who are just out for their business?Should baby boomers be trending more towards using financial investment advisers from legitimate financial institutions instead of independent financial investment advisers?Or, should it be the other way around?Are financial institutions ready and prepared to truly help baby boomers invest soundly?We need to see more financial investment advisers who are going to be able to understand the needs of baby boomers. We need to see an improvement in attitude on the part of our financial industry. An attitude where stalking becomes a thing of the past, and healthy advice becomes more of the norm.

protection home security

01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

We also had 5 WiFi cameras installed and are now adding a 6th. Their employees are very well informed, extremely polite and totally “service oriented”. No “up selling” just an honest to goodness old fashioned way of doing business. Jay, the owner originally came out and evaluated our needs for our condo. Any questions or issues are immediately resolved by phone or an appointment is scheduled. I’m very grateful to the company for putting me at ease. Thank you to everyone who has helped make this a overall great experience. From:DM W. All of us would like to thank you and the entire Forest Security team for all your help in installing and activating our new alarm system. The entire process from our first contact with you, to your scheduling team, on site installation and technical support over the phone was way beyond our expectation. Getting the system up and running in a very short time frame was of paramount importance, you promised us a completion date and actually finished two days ahead of schedule.