The Bed/Chair Occupancy Sensor is a pressure pad for a bed or chair which monitors occupancy

How does it work?

The standard bed pressure pad, is placed underneath the mattress on the bed. A wider bed pad is also available which goes on top of a mattress, giving increased sensitivity where users are very small, light or move significantly during their sleep.

When linked to a Lifeline home unit or other Tunstall telecare enabled system, the bed sensor assists carers to manage the risks associated with independent living by raising an alarm if an individual gets out of bed and not returned by a certain time. The sensor also raises an alert if the user doesn’t go to bed by a certain time or get up by a certain time the following morning.

The chair occupancy sensor works in the same way, consisting of a chair pressure pad, providing a complete occupancy solution.

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Who is it for?

The Bed/Chair Occupancy sensor is designed for anyone who needs extra support to enable independent living, by increasing monitoring and protection in the home. It is suitable for individuals who have recently been discharged from hospital, older people with mobility issues or anyone receiving medication.


  • Monitoring safety at any time of day or night, reducing the risks to an individual
  • Increases capacity for independent living by early identification of potential issues
  • Tailored to an individual routine so that unexpected activity can be monitored and responded to appropriately


  • Discreet pressure pad sensors for beds and chairs
  • Transmits on the dedicated European 869MHz social alarm frequency
  • Wireless radio technology for flexibility on installations
  • Automatic low battery warning ensuring optimum operation
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