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Stove Guard

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DISCONTINUED. (Verified 02/2009) REPLACED BY STOVE GUARD PRO (SEE SEPARATE ENTRY). RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The Stove Guard is a stove safety sensor designed for use by individuals with cognitive or memory disabilities or Alzheimer’s disease. The system includes a sensor control unit that monitors the stove’s use and a power box that controls power to the stove. The unit automatically detects unattended cooking by monitoring the user's movement in the kitchen cooking area. It shuts down power to the stove after a selected period of time if unattended cooking is detected. The Power Box "plugs-in" between the stove cord and the wall outlet. The sensor wire is routed up to the area where the sensor will be installed. The sensor unit is then screwed to an upper kitchen cabinet or to the wall near the stove and the control cord is connected. Stove Guard operates in two modes, auto and timer. In auto mode, it automatically shuts the stove off if the user is out of the sensing area longer than the selected time. When the user returns, the stove is turned on again automatically. The unit remembers the preset time. Timer mode allows the stove to operate for a preset amount of time. This mode can be used when cooking a specific dish. Once the set time is over, power to the stove is turned off. After timer mode has shut off power to the stove will not be turned back on until the user resets the Stove Guard to either auto or timer mode. DIMEMSIONS(HxLxW): Power box is 11 x 5.5 x 2.5 inches. EMU is 9.75 x 2.25 x 2.25 inches.

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04/05/2009
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279.95 to 259.95

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