Smart Check® by ROHO® is a cushion feedback system that is intended to assist the user by saving an inflation range during cushion setup.

During subsequent inflation level checks, Smart Check is intended to indicate whether adjustments are needed to remain in the saved range. Smart Check must be connected to a ROHO® Single Compartment Cushion with Sensor Ready® Technology.

  • Features & Benefits

    Smart Check by ROHO is a sensing device used in the setup and monitoring of a ROHO HIGH PROFILE® or MID PROFILE™ Sensor Ready Cushion

Smart Check Product Features:
  • Portable
  • Lightweight
  • Press-to-check inflation monitor
  • Stores individual’s inflation level
  • Offers Smart and Optional Setup modes
  • Ability to reset – can store new inflation level for individual physiological changes over time
  • Unlimited frequency to check
  • Automatic power off
  • Detachable
  • Durable
  • Easy to clean and disinfect
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Smart Check® by ROHO®

Contact our Customer Support Department:
800-736-0925
orders.roho@permobil.com

Specifications
SKU SMARTCHECK-01
Medicare code Smart Check is not Medicare coded. (Sensor Ready Cushions are Medicare Coded: E2622/E2623)
Construction Smart Check: polycarbonate with polyester faceplate; Storage Case: polystyrene; Tubing: polyurethane; Quick Disconnect: acetal
Includes Smart Check Device, Smart Check operation manual, product registration card, storage case
Height 4 in. / 10.2 cm
Width 1.6 in. / 4.1 cm
Depth .83 in. / 2.1 cm
Tubing Length 12 in. / 30.5 cm
Weight 0.15 lbs / 68 grams
Warranty 24 Month Limited Warranty

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