The Incontinence Sensor is able to detect when a patient's bed becomes wet and immediately alerts the caregiver.
Telehealth Incontinence sensors play an important role in monitoring older adults at home and providing caregivers with an immediate alarm when the patient's bed becomes wet to help preserve the dignity of the patient as well as preventing risk of bed sores.
Bed wetting can be caused by diabetes, urinary tract infection, urinary tract stones, neurological disorders, anatomical abnormalities, urinary tract calculi, prostate cancer, prostate enlargement, bladder cancer and obstructive sleep apnea.
The incontinence sensor can be used to keep track of when bed wetting occurs and how frequently to allow health healthcare providers to properly diagnose health issues.
Incontinence sensors are constructed with a mesh conductive pathway embedded in flexible vinyl and is easily cleaned after each use.
Materials: Meshed conductive pathways embedded in flexible vinyl
Size: 552mm X 400mm X 2.54mm
Activation: Minimum activation. Damp area larger than 254 mm (1") in diameter
Switch Configuration: Normally Open momentary contact switch with control box
Maximum current / Maximum Operating voltage: 50 mA / 24 Volts
Cable: 4 Conductor 28 AWG, PVC shielded cable with RJ-9 connector
Cleaning: WIpe down with moistened cloth and wipe dry. Use household cleaners only. DO NOT MACHINE WASH.
Lifetime: SIngle patient use only. Dispose after patient no longer requires it. Max of 50 washing cycles for a single patient.