A unique moisture sensing device for adults and children who need assistance with toileting or require a unique approach to bedwetting treatment. Do you need to be alerted when your child or an adult you care for needs to be changed? Do you want to avoid the complications associated with a child/patient remaining wet until discovered? The Malem wireless alarm can be attached comfortably to the body and the moisture sensor can be placed on underwear (using the Easy-Clip sensor) or in a disposable diaper (using the optional flat sensor). Once the unit detects moisture, a signal is transmitted to a battery-operated receiver, which can be placed in the caregivers' room or a centralized location.
The wetness alarm consists of a small Transmitter (Tx) and a portable Receiver (Rx). The transmitter (Tx) is attached to the supplied Easy-Clip Sensor, an optional flat sensor or an optional bed-mat sensor. The body-worn transmitter (Tx) detects urination or wetness, which then activates the receiver (Rx). The receiver will emit a choice of alarm sounds, music or a recorded message, user's name (useful for identifying the wet user by name) or music indicating urination or wetness.
When used for the treatment of bedwetting, the receiver must be placed in the child's room so that they can respond to the sound of the alarm. No sound or vibration comes from the unit worn on the body. This is different than the other body-worn alarms, in which the body-worn unit emits a sound.Key features:
- Ideal for use in care situations where adults or children have special needs
- Variable volume control
- Choose any one of 8 loud tones, or record your own sounds or personal message
- Unit (transmitter) worn on body does NOT sound/vibrate
- Useful for children who are fearful of having a noise emitting device on their body
- Comes with the Easy-Clip sensor, but works with all Malem sensors including the bed mat
Made in the United Kingdom
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This unique alarm is offered for caregivers who need to be alerted when an adult or child has urinated. We do not recommend this alarm for children with primary nocturnal enuresis (bedwetting). If used for bedwetting treatment, it is important to place the receiver in the child's room so they are alerted to their wetting. An Easy-clip sensor is included with the transmitter unit to attach to the child's underwear.
|Alarm Type||Sound - tone or recordable|
|Alarm Warranty||1 year on alarm box, 90 days on sensor|
|Sensor Type||Easy-clip sensor|
|Battery||Transmitter - 2 AAA alkaline; Receiver - 4 AA alkaline.|
|Transmitter Dimensions||2.25" x 2.25" x 0.8"|
|Transmitter Weight||1.5 ounces (including batteries)|
|Sensor Dimensions||30" long; Easy-Clip Sensor - 1.1" x 0.5" x 0.25"|
|Receiver Dimensions||2.25" x 6" x 1.4"|
|Receiver Weight||9.5 ounces(including batteries)|
|Range||Approximately 75' (unobstructed) Up to 16 Tx/Rx units can be used in the same location.|
|Shipping Weight||2 lbs. (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Instruction Manual||Malem Wireless Toileting Alarm Instruction Manual|
|Progress Chart||Malem Wireless Toileting Alarm Progress Chart|
|Care Instructions||Clean sensor with soapy water and small toothbrush every few days to remove urine residue.|
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Malem Wireless Toileting/Bedwetting Alarm
- Works well as bedwetting alarm and as alert for caregivers
- Included Easy-Clip sensor senses wetness from underwear
- Alert sounds in caregiver or user's room
- No sound or vibration comes from unit worn on body
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- Comments about Malem Wireless Toileting/Bedwetting Alarm:
We used this alarm at the recommendation of my mothers doctor. She is incontinent and does not know when she is wet. She wets infrequently and rather than constantly checking her, we use the alarm to tell us when she is wet and needs to be changed. We find it much more convenient and easier for her, too. The part that she wears does not alarm. It sends a signal to the receiver that we keep in the house. The receiver sounds and is our alert.
This works well for us.
- bottom line: I would not recommend.