Corded Bed & Monitor System

$34.95 USD

Caregivers use these fall prevention devices to know when a resident is attempting to exit a bed without assistance.

The bed exit alarm monitor will sound an alert when the patient removes pressure from the bed sensor pad, alerting a caregiver that help is needed. The bed exit alarm has a reset button to quickly silence the alert without ever turning it off; so the system is always ready for use. 

Place the bed sensor pad on the bed, under the fitted sheet. Run the cord of the bed pad along the side of the mattress and plug the phone-like clip into the bed alarm monitor. The bed exit alarm monitor can be placed at the side of the resident’s bed or headboard. 

The bed sensor pad can be placed under the hips of the resident or for an early warning, place the bed sensor pad across the shoulder blades. When the resident sits up, the bed alarm monitor will sound to alert the caregiver.

The bed alarm monitor has an adjustable volume, low battery light and uses a 9-volt battery (not included) or add the AC-02 power adapter (sold separately, $8.95).

The bed sensor pad is made of soft vinyl, easy to wipe clean, incontinence resistant and measures 10″x30″.

Bed exit alarm monitor: 1 year warranty.

Bed sensor pad: 45 days warranty.

SKU: BB45-SYS

For Facility or Home Use
Warranty Backed
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We were founded by caregivers for caregivers. Our products are proven to relieve caregiver stress while preventing falls and wandering in facilities and at home.

For over 25 years our American company has been supporting caregivers by creating high-quality affordable Caregiver Alert Systems.

We know how hard it is to be a caregiver and we are here to help. If you have any questions about your loved-one's care needs you can text, call, or chat with us.