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AliMed ONE® Wireless Sensor Pads (for Licensed Caregivers Only) These single-patient-use, pressure-sensitive sensor pads provide caregiver notification of patient movement in a Bed or Chair or on a Toilet as part of the AliMed ONE Wireless Fall Monitoring System (learn more below). Each sensor pad connects to an AliMed ONE Wireless Sensor Pad Transmitter (#713818, required to operate, sold separately), which pairs directly with the AliMed ONE Wireless Alarm Base (#713815, required to operate, sold separately). Bed or Chair option available in 30-day, 6-month, or 1-Year Warranties, sold individually or in packs of 10. Toilet Sensor Pad available in 14-Day Warranty only, sold individually. One transmitter required for each sensor pad.
Not made with natural rubber latex • Clean with standard disinfectants, do not immerse in liquid
Bed: 10"W x 30"L • Foldable for storage
Chair: 10"W x 15"L
Toilet: 2"W x 5-1/2"L • Adhesive-backed with two adhesive cord clips
About the AliMed ONE Wireless Fall Monitoring System
The AliMed ONE System operates from a single central Alarm Base and pairs with up to six compatible wireless monitoring devices plus a Hall Alert. Easy to set up with no messy cords or wires to manage, the AliMed ONE System reduces trip hazards and allows for various room configurations for comprehensive fall management.
Start with the Alarm Base and add system components based on your patients' needs (all sold separately):
For more information on the AliMed ONE® Wireless Fall Monitoring System, click here.
Wireless Alarm Base (#713815, central fall alarm unit)
Wireless Hall Alert (#713816, for visual and audible hallway alerts)
Wireless Sensor Pad Transmitter (#713818, one required for each sensor pad)
Wireless Bed Sensor Pad (#713819, each pad requires a transmitter to operate)
Wireless Chair Sensor Pad (#713821, each pad requires a transmitter to operate)
Wireless Toilet Sensor Pad (#713823, each pad requires a transmitter to operate)
Wireless Motion Sensor (#713817, for additional protection against wandering)