Epilepsy Sensor

Manufactured by Emfit Ltd
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DLF's summary

Sensor for use with compatible alarm system. Monitors the user's vital signs including heart rate and breathing patterns to detect a range of epileptic seizures.

Product dimensions

Transmitter
Range50metres
Standards
Meets class 1 standardyes
Meets Standard EN 50134-2 telecare sensors and triggersyes
Uses the European social alarm frequencyyes
Power source
Battery lifeSensor mains powered, radio transmitter 5
Dimensions
Weight50g
Height2 Sensor Mat; 10 Radio Transmittercm
Length31 Sensor Mat; 4 Radio Transmittercm
Width63 Sensor Mat; 16 Radio Transmittercm

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Supplier details

Head office
Whitley Lodge
Whitley Bridge
Yorkshire
DN14 0HR
UK

Supplier details last checked:
06 November 2017
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Next check due:
06-11-2019

Tunstall Healthcare (UK) Ltd 's name for this product is Epilepsy Sensor Their product code is: 6700559
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Checked by DLF on 06 November 2017

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Manufacturer's contact

Emfit Ltd
Pinetree Business Centre
Durham Road
Birtley
Tyne and Wear
DH3 2TD
UK
07583 980758
ashley.burton@emfit.com
https://www.emfit.com

Manufacturer's product description

This state of the art sensor monitors the user's vital signs including heart rate and breathing patterns to detect a range of epileptic seizures. The sensor eliminates the need for carers to make physical checks, promoting independence and dignity.
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