Patient Monitoring Sensors may be placed above/below mattress.
April 23, 2012 -
Intended for home healthcare monitoring market, Adaptive Bed Sensor can be placed above or below most mattresses and is available as wired sensor. Product, which may also be adapted via wireless transmitter, has antimicrobial properties and uses nonslip, water-resistant material. Depending on customer requirements, sensor can be programmed to monitor activity during specific times of day or set to provide continuous monitoring.
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Telehealth Sensors LLC
1040 Kingsland Dr.
Batavia, IL, 60510
Telehealth Sensors Releases Adaptive Bed Sensor
Batavia, IL - Telehealth Sensors (THS) introduces the Adaptive Bed Sensor, a recently developed advancement in the home healthcare monitoring market. The Adaptive Bed Sensor, patent pending, can be placed above or below most mattresses, increasing the product's versatility. This product is available as a wired sensor or can be adapted with the customer's wireless transmitter. It has antimicrobial properties and uses nonslip, water-resistant material.
THS also offers a variety of other innovative, customizable products for use in in-home monitoring systems, as well as in hospitals and for post-acute care. THS's products, including the Chair Sensor, Toilet Sensor, and Call-for-help button, are unobtrusive enough to ensure users' independence, but provide caregivers an elevated degree of security. Just as with the Adaptive Bed Sensor, these sensors can work with wired and wireless systems and can be programmed to monitor activity during specific times of day or set up to provide continuous monitoring, depending on the customer's needs. Whether your company specializes in presence detection or fall-prevention, THS's inconspicuous products can be adapted to suit most systems.
Telehealth Sensors's products have been sold internationally but are designed, engineered and manufactured complete in the United States. Learn more about these products, including the Adaptive Bed Sensor, at www.telehealthsensors.com.
Contact Telehealth Sensors:
1040 Kingsland Drive
Batavia, IL 60510