The bed sensor

Certain patients, such as those who suffer some type of physical or mental disability, require a more thorough care, since any time without control can pose a risk. The PCU unit that accompanies the sensor recognizes when a person gets out of bed, which allows caregivers to act immediately.
The time elapsed since the person gets out of bed until the alarm is notified can be determined individually, with a range between 7 and 3,600 seconds.

Characteristics and functions at a glance

  • Alarm intervals from 7 seconds to 3,600 seconds
  • Detects absence of the user from the bed
  • Low false alarm rate

  • Without weight restrictions
  • Alarm sending via radio

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