Drybuddy BedWetting Alarm
Attention Deficit Disorder, Bed Wetting, Bedwetting Alarm
The DryBuddyFLEX sensor is unique in allowing the user to use it in either of two distinct ways as may be most convenient and comfortable for the user and caregiver.
This small, lightweight, and wireless sensor is the only device in contact with the patient and his/her clothing. This patented sensor is truly wireless. Not having wires or other alarm devices attached to the patient's body or clothing leads to additional comfort. Our sensor is unique in that it is completely non-damaging to clothing and other fabrics.
Used as a Magnetic Sensor, the patented magnetic locking system keeps the sensor in place and is extremely easy to use. The sensor is attached outside of the undergarment or pajama (whichever is closest to the skin), and only the magnetic cap is on the inside of the clothing. This rounded cap is small, comfortable and non-irritating.
Attaching the sensor to the garment with the magnetic cap is simple. Furthermore, the magnetic attachment system does not damage the clothing and does not use indentations in the clothing or mechanical force to keep the sensor in place.
The sensor and its cap are very easy to clean, which allows them to be re-used quickly and conveniently.
Using the DryBuddy wetness sensing briefs is as natural as using regular briefs. The DryBuddyFLEX sensor connects to the briefs using snaps near the waist-band. The sensor is firmly held in place by a velcro band around it.
The Unique DryBuddyFLEX Sensor
The wireless DryBuddyFLEX sensor is unique in that it can be used to sense wetness in two ways:
As a magnetic sensor, by clamping the sensor on the outside of standard cotton briefs with the cap on the inside of the briefs, or attached with snaps to the special DryBuddy wetness sensing briefs.
The sensor is small, light, and easy to wear and clean. It contains a sealed battery, and is designed and tested to work for over three thousand "triggers" of sensing wetness
Another unique aspect of the sensor is that it is designed to be triggered by a sudden inflow of wetness, as may occur during urination. A gradual increase in wetness, as may be caused by perspiration, will not trigger the sensor.
Attention Deficit Disorder
, Bed Wetting
, Bedwetting Alarm