The Rodger Wireless Bedwetting Alarm System is a complete, easy-to-use dry solution to your child’s bedwetting problem. Your child will find it easy to wear because the underwear fits just like normal underwear. But with a very special difference – the invisible threads sewn into the underpants connect to two snaps near the waistband. At bedtime, your child attaches a small transmitter to the snaps on the underpants. When your child wets a few drops, the Rodger alarm receiver sounds with one of 8 different tones, alerting you and your child that wetting has occurred.
Each Rodger Bedwetting Alarm system contains two briefs (in your choice of color), one transmitter, and one 8 tone variable volume alarm receiver. The small waterproof transmitter snaps to the waistband. The alarm receiver plugs into a convenient wall outlet in your child's bedroom, or it can take two AA batteries.
Once the bed wetting alarm sounds, it will continue until you press a reset button on the front of the receiver. This helps ensure that your child actually gets up when the alarm sounds. The child can then go to the bathroom, and parents can check on their progress. After toileting, replace the underwear with a clean pair and reattach the transmitter.
We strongly recommend measuring your child's waist to accurately size him or her. Shrinkage will occur. Try the briefs prior to washing on to make sure they fit.
Need a receiver for the parent too? Order a two receiver package that allows you to place one receiver in your child's bedroom and a second receiver in another bedroom. When your child wets, your receiver will sound too, alerting you so you can help your child. As children have less enuresis and need less parental assistance, the second receiver can be turned off.
Receivers work up to approximately 75 feet - depending on wall and floor construction and surrounding environment. We recommend testing your alarm prior to use, to make sure both units work within the layout of your home. Replacement transmitters can be purchased (call us for details). Many parents find that extra sensor briefs are useful and are available here. If your child is a heavy sleeper, an optional bedshaker is available.
|Rodger Size||Waist (in inches)||Manufacturers Reference|
Sizing Chart: We strongly recommend measuring your child's waist to accurately size him or her. Shrinkage will occur. Try the briefs on prior to washing to make sure they fit. Used/washed briefs are not returnable. If you have any questions, call us at 1-800-214-9605.
Remove transmitter from briefs. Machine wash briefs in warm water. Do not use fabric softener. Tumble dry on low heat without antistatic/softener sheet. DO NOT WRING. DO NOT WASH TRANSMITTER. Wipe transmitter clean with damp cloth and air dry.
Because starch is used on the briefs during the manufacturing process, it is recommended that the briefs be laundered or soaked with water and detergent prior to the first use. This removes the starch from the cloth, increases the rate of absorption, and insures the alarm's quick response to moisture.
|WARRANTY||1 year for the receiver/transmitter & 6 months for briefs|
|Alarm Type||Sound with variable volume control (optional bed shaker available)|
|Warranty||Briefs - 6 months
8 Tone Reciever - 1 year
8 Tone Dual - 1 year
|Sensor Type||Sewn into briefs|
|Battery||Transmitter: 1 A23 alkaline or equivalent, Receiver: 2 x 1.5 volt AA alkaline|
|Alarm Transmitter Dimensions||1.5" x 1.5" x 0.6", 1 ounce with battery|
|Alarm Receiver Dimensions||2.5" x 4" x 2.5", 6 ounces with batteries|
|Power Source||110-120V Wall Outlet or Battery (AC input is 100-240V, 50/60Hz)|
|Range||The maximum range of the system is approximately 75 feet. The actual range depends on wireless interference, wall materials, etc.|
|Shipping Weight||2 lbs. (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Other||Each transmitter/receiver is a matched set. One transmitter will signal only its matched receiver, and no other receivers. This way you may use multiple alarms in one household.|
|Instruction Manual||Rodger Wireless Instructions|
|Progress Chart||Rodger Progress Chart|
|Troubleshooting Guide||Rodger Troubleshooting/FAQs|