This is a replacement transmitter for the Malem Wireless Bedwetting Alarm. The transmitter is the part of the alarm that attaches to your child's clothing and detects moisture when bed wetting has occurred. Without this transmitter, the Malem Wirless Bed Wetting Alarm will not function.

Manufacturer Malem Medical
Sensor Type Easy-clip sensor
Battery Receiver- 2 x 1.5 volt AA alkaline or equivalent
Color Green
Instruction Manual Malem Wireless Instruction Manual
Progress Chart Malem Progress Chart
Troubleshooting Guide Malem Troubleshooting/FAQs
Care Instructions Clean sensor with soapy water and small toothbrush every few days to remove urine residue.

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Malem Wireless Replacement Transmitter

Fix your Malem Wireless Alarm!
  • Replacement transmitter for Malem Wireless Bedwetting Alarm
  • Detects urine and sends signal to receiver to activate alarm sound
  • This transmitter is necessary for the Malem Wireless Alarm to work properly
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  • Persistence pays off

  • By Proud Mother
    from Kensington, MD

  • Comments about Malem Wireless Replacement Transmitter:
    My son is 10 years old. We started with a wired alarm, which he found very uncomfortable. He likes the wireless much better. When we started out, I was exhausted from getting out of bed repeatedly to awaken him when the alarm went off. Over time, the alarms dwindled to one per night, and he took over waking up on his own, changing, and going back to bed. Now he does the whole process independently (except I have to make sure the receiver is turned on at bedtime.)We have been using the Malem wireless for 26 weeks, which is a lot longer than I expected, but my son is finally having dry nights most of the time. The change from one alarm per night to zero only happened around the 24th week. So hang in there if you have a child who needs more time! He is very happy with his progress and I am proud of my son for sticking with it and taking ownership of the solution. The transmitter is starting to show its age from heavy use. We may need to buy a new unit before we are done, but it is well worth it. I would recommend this to a friend. I only wish we had started sooner! I am going to talk with his pediatrician so that maybe other families can try an alarm at an earlier age.

  • bottom line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.