Seat Belt Sensor, Buckle Release - Seat Belt Sensor, Buckle Release

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Ships from warehouse. Est. Ship Date Oct. 25, 2022
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Seat Belt Sensor, Buckle Release

 

AllegroMedical.com presents The Seat Belt Sensor, Buckle Release. Buckled Seatbelt (alarm sold separately) is an easy-to-release device that holds the patient safely in the chair. The moment the belt is unbuckled, alarm (sold separately) sounds, alerting staff. An alternative to chair sensor pads.

Buckle release seat belt; Alarm (sold separately) sounds when patient opens buckle. Click-release (automobile type) seatbelt buckle. Early Warning belt has extra 12" of Velcro to remove before removing belt. Alarm easily attaches to wheelchair back. An alternative to chair sensor pads.

Dimensions: 8" x 5" x 7"

Weight: 0.5 lbs

Seat Belt Sensor, Buckle Release


AllegroMedical.com presents The Seat Belt Sensor, Buckle Release. Buckled Seatbelt with Alarm is an easy-to-release device that holds the patient safely in the chair. The moment the belt is unbuckled, alarm sounds, alerting staff. Alarm easily attaches to wheelchair back. An alternative to chair sensor pads.

Buckle release seat belt; Alarm sounds when patient opens buckle. Click-release (automobile type) seatbelt buckle. Early Warning belt has extra 12" of hook-and-loop fastener(s) to remove before removing belt. Alarm easily attaches to wheelchair back. An alternative to chair sensor pads.

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Brand Name AliMed
Manufacturer Number 59-0100
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