This is a second receiver for the Malem Wireless Bedwetting Alarm. This receiver is the part of the alarm that generates the sound used to awaken your child. Once urine is detected by the transmitter, this receiver will sound until the reset button is pressed. This helps ensure that your child will wake to the alarm's sound.
To prevent audial accommodation, this receiver offers the choice of 8 random sounds (or you can choose to use the same sound each night) so your child won't become accustomed to the sound of the alarm and sleep through it.
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Adding a second receiver to your existing Malem Wireless Alarm is a great way for parents to ensure that they will always know when their child has wet the bed since both receivers will sound simultaneously. This gives you the opportunity to help your child reach the bathroom, and maximize the effectiveness of the alarm.
|Sensor Type||Easy-clip sensor|
|Battery||Receiver- 2 x 1.5 volt AA alkaline or equivalent|
|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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Second Receiver for Malem Wireless
- Second receiver for Malem Wireless Bed Wetting Alarm
- Sounds at the same time as your child's receiver so you can be there to help
- Use to replace a broken Malem Wireless Receiver
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- Comments about Second Receiver for Malem Wireless:
My 10 year old son has been using the alarm for a little over a month. He used to wear Good Nites every night and I still had to change the bed every morning. He is no longer wearing Good Nites and I have only had to change the bed twice since he started wearing the alarm (and that was in the first week or so). He will wake up a couple of times a night to pee, sometimes because the alarm goes off, and sometimes he gets up before the alarm goes off. He generally does not hear the alarm when it goes off early in the night, but his body still responds because he stops peeing. I have to get him up to go to the bathroom though. Later in the night he will hear the alarm if he hasn't awakened first.
- bottom line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.