- Bedwetting Alarm proven to work
- alerts the user, parents, nurses, or other attendants
- small electronic box is powered by a 9 volt battery
- placed underneath bed sheet
- volume control
The Nite Train-r® Wet Call pad needs to be placed underneath a dry bed sheet, or in a pillowcase on a king or queen sized bed with the black sensor strips facing upward. Once the alarm is connected to the bedpad it can either be attached to a bed rail with Velcro (provided), or placed on the shoulder of a pajama top with safety pins.
The alarm can be tested by slowly inserting the plug into the alarm box until a small resistance is felt. You’ll know the alarm is working when it sounds off. Once fully inserted the unit is ready for use. The built-in control switch has a volume control with a high and low setting. Set the volume control by the switch on the back of the unit.
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