Why Use a Wireless SOS Call Button

In today’s fast-paced world, safety and security are of utmost importance. Whether you’re living alone, a senior citizen, or have health conditions that require immediate attention, having a reliable and accessible emergency alert system can provide you with peace of mind. One such device that is gaining popularity is the wireless SOS call button.


What is a wireless SOS call button, you ask? Well, it is a small, portable device that allows individuals to call for help in an emergency. It is usually worn as a pendant or a wristband and comes with a simple button that, when pressed, triggers a signal to a pre-programmed receiver or a monitoring centre. This receiver is then connected to a cellphone, a landline, or even a remote monitoring station, ensuring that help is just a call away.


Why consider using a wireless SOS call button? Here are a few compelling reasons:


1. Immediate access to assistance: In an emergency or a sudden health issue, every second counts. With a wireless SOS call button, help can be summoned quickly with just a press of a button, enabling you to receive the necessary aid without delay. This is particularly important for individuals who live alone or have medical conditions that require immediate attention.


2. Independence and peace of mind: Aging gracefully doesn’t mean compromising on independence. With a wireless SOS call button, seniors can maintain their freedom and continue living in their own homes without fear. This device provides them with the assurance that help is readily available whenever needed, allowing them to lead their lives confidently.


3. Versatility and convenience: Wireless SOS call buttons are designed to be lightweight, compact, and water-resistant, making them easy to carry and wear at all times. They can be worn as pendants or wristbands, ensuring that help is always within reach. Additionally, these devices often come with a range of connectivity options, including Bluetooth, cellular, or Wi-Fi, allowing for flexibility in terms of usage and compatibility with different devices.


4. Enhanced safety for children and vulnerable individuals: Children and individuals with special needs or health conditions may face unique safety challenges. A wireless SOS call button can provide an added layer of protection for them, allowing them to swiftly communicate their distress and receive help promptly. Parents and caregivers can have peace of mind knowing that their loved ones are protected at all times.


5. Easy installation and setup: Wireless SOS call buttons are typically user-friendly and require minimal setup. They can be easily linked to a mobile phone or monitoring system with simple steps. This means that you can start using your device without any hassle or technical expertise.

In conclusion, a wireless SOS call button offers a practical solution for those seeking an efficient and reliable emergency alert system. Its ability to provide immediate access to assistance, promote independence, and ensure peace of mind makes it a valuable device for individuals of all ages and abilities. So, whether you live alone, have health conditions, or want to enhance the safety of your loved ones, investing in a wireless SOS call button can be a wise decision. After all, safety should never be compromised.

Electrotek has an extensive range of wireless SOS call buttons available via their online shop here.


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Cleo Anderson

Office Administrator

Cleo is an experienced administrator with a strong history working in large corporate settings and was the National Operations Support Lead for a big not-for-profit organisation. Other strings to her bow include marketing, as well as a demonstrated ability to manage and coordinate a multitude of tasks.

Cleo’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Accounting/Business Administration and a Diploma of Community Services Management.

She’s not only the smiling face around the office, but also oversees all the administrative functions and provides operation support and manages compliance.

Joseph Dass

Electronic Technician

Joseph holds years of experience maintaining and installing Radio Broadcast equipment, Drive-Through equipment, Public Address systems, as well as Nurse Call systems with private health and large medical practices. His experience working with electronic equipment extends to cable installation, maintaining radio repeaters, paging and dect phone systems. He enjoys all facets of his role, including the on-site, installations and customer interactions, as much as he enjoys the pre-install workshop preparation required in making nurse call equipment specific to individual customer needs and bespoke modifications.


  • Diploma in Telecommunications Engineering.
  • Broadcast Technician Certificate
  • Diploma in Christian Ministry.

Jan Dela Cerna

Operations Manager

Jan holds the challenging position of Operations Manager at Electrotek and has been integral to the success of the company since 2015  and is involved with different aspects of operations, including servicing, installation, manufacturing, technical support, warehouse management, project management, and leading a team of technicians across Australia. 

Jan holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering and a Diploma in Project Management.

Neil Davey

Chief Engineer

Neil has worked in a variety of sectors in an engineering and development capacity, his roles include Research and Development with CRC for Microtechnology on Athlete Monitoring with the Australian Institute of Sport. Neil’s name is prominent on multiple patents.

Neil’s functions include the technical direction of the company, guidance and oversite of hardware and software systems.

Previously Neil has held product development roles, from prototype stage to small scale production. The development of engine control system for LPG and LNG fuel delivery to heavy vehicles, as well as the development of onboard data collection and monitoring systems for heavy vehicles (surface and underground).

Neil has underpinned not only the technical requirements of Electrotek, but the team as well, training and providing guidance to the team of technicians.


  • Bachelor of Engineering in Microelectronic Engineering (Hons)
  • Master of Philosophy

Belinda Kuppens

General Manager

Belinda has over 30 years’ experience in executive support and office management positions through small companies and corporate, including FMCG’s, leading accounting firm and Telstra (in Australia).  She was integral to creating and growing Electrotek where she now holds the role of General Manager.

Belinda’s passion for success in business and in caring for customers drives her to lead from the ground up extracting the best from her team and for her customers.

Belinda holds various supporting qualifications including Certificate IV in Small Business Management.

Theo Kuppens

Managing Director

Theo Kuppens is the Managing Director of Electrotek, an established provider of emergency communication, electronic security, and telephony solutions within the health and aged care industries.

With over 30 years industry experience, he has a broad background and experience in technology covering Information Technology (IT), electronics, telecommunications, audio-visual engineering, and electronic security.

With this industry knowledge and experience, he is well placed to look at technology issues facing clients within the health and aged care sectors from a solutions-based perspective rather than the traditional product “one shoe fits all” methodology.

He is still “hands-on” and, together with the engineering and technical team, continues to look at evolving technologies that will improve operational efficiencies, staff safety, and reduce “cost of ownership” of installed systems by empowering onsite maintenance personnel.


  • Diploma of Electronic Engineering.
  • Diploma of Project Management
  • Certificate IV in Marketing
  • Telecommunications Electrician/Mechanic

Marc Prospero


Marc has held numerous C-suite positions at small to medium enterprises, large public companies and the Not For Profit sector. He has worked across multiple industries including health, security, law enforcement, education, retail, real estate and government. Marc holds master level qualifications in business administration and public policy, and he lectures part-time at the Australian Catholic University (Executive Education – Business, Leadership and Risk).