DRI Eclipse Wireless Bed wetting Alarm
- Sensor style: Sensor worn inside a mini pad or pull-up
- Alert type: Sound (with volume control)
- Available colors: Orange with Black etching
- Includes: One sensor and receiver
- Details: Remote Urosensor transmitter is docked on the alarm unit when not in use
The DRI Eclipse wireless bed wetting alarm system is an easy-to-use alarm that works without wires. A small battery operated Urosensor is worn by your child to bed. When your child wets, the sensor detects the urine and transmits a signal to a small receiver that emits a loud chirping noise to alert you and your child. The Urosensor (urine detector) can be used with a mini pad, pull-up or sandwiched between two pairs of underwear. Simply cut a slit in the mini pad or pull-up and slide the Urosensor in place.
The bedwetting alarm's receiver is placed on a table or night stand so your child must get up and get out of bed to switch the sound off. The alarm emits a loud chirping sound from the receiver. The volume can be adjusted from inside the battery compartment. An on/off switch on the side of the receiver allows you to control the unit.
The wireless Urosensor should not need replacing because it has no moving parts and is fully sealed, eliminating the risk of urine getting inside. The internal battery will last two to three years. However, it may be damaged if it is put through the washer and dryer (the static electricity of the dryer can cause damage) so make sure it has been removed from the underwear before washing.
|Alarm Type||Sound with volume control|
|Alarm Warranty||6 months|
|Sensor Type||Sensor inserted in mini-pad or panty liner|
|Sensor Battery||Non-replaceable sealed battery that lasts 2 to 3 years|
|Receiver Battery||One Panasonic 2354 or equivalent|
|Color||Orange and black|
|Urosensor Dimensions||2.0" x 1.0" x 0.35"|
|Receiver Dimensions||3.0" x 1.5" x 0.75"|
|Shipping Weight||8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Instruction Manual||DRI Eclipse Instruction Manual |
|Care Instructions||Clean sensor with soapy water and small toothbrush every few days to remove urine residue.|
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