Kemuri Wellbeing Monitor

Manufactured by Kemuri Ltd
Priced from £34  (Exc. VAT)

DLF's summary

Monitor designed to inform family, friends and carers whether a vulnerable person is warm, eating, drinking and moving around.


  • power sockets intended to measure temperature, power usage, motion, and power supply
  • data is intended to be sent continuously to the internet without using broadband
  • designed to be used when the power cuts out

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User's home requiresInternet

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Supplier details

Head office
Electronic Production Services Limited
Unit 1B The Lansbury Estate
102 Lower Guildford Road Knaphill
GU21 2EP

Supplier details last checked:
11 May 2018

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Kemuri Ltd 's name for this product is Kemuri Wellbeing Monitor
From £34
Exc. VAT
per month

Checked by DLF on 11 May 2018

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Manufacturer's contact

Kemuri Ltd
Electronic Production Services Limited
Unit 1B The Lansbury Estate
102 Lower Guildford Road
GU21 2EP
01483 77 1234

Manufacturer's product description

The Kemuri Wellbeing Monitor helps to detect unattended falls. It automatically learns the patterns of activity in the kitchen of vulnerable people living alone. It automatically alerts a family member, friend or carer if there a large number of changes. It check wellbeing every hour, not just once per day.

A key objective is to identify people who may have had a fall and cannot call for help. It will avoid people lying unattended for days and the consequent poor health outcomes.

Data about motion, power usage for kettle and microwave, and room temperature is collected via a smart power socket. It immediately connects to the Internet, without needing broadband. A smartphone App gives peace of mind and reduces the risk of unattended falls, dehydration, hypothermia and malnutrition.