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WiBo Sentida Bed

Sentida Bed

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(10 suppliers)

For information contact AT Aust on 1300 452 679

Short Description

A low height mobile electrically operated bed with a wooden frame and adjustable height, back and legrest. The footrest can be raised via a ratchet system. It also features an automatic comfort position and double retraction of the back and legrest for pressure area care. Available in single bed size only. Options are available including electric or manual braking.

Additional Info

More Details

* Wooden
* Choice of mattress base surface:
* Aero - The interlaced removable wire frame provides for good airing and easy cleaning
* Easyclean - ABS panels that are easy to clean and very durable
* Comfort Spring System - provides an extra soft resting effect and comfortable recling with 12cm mattresses. Harder spring elements along the edge areas create an orientation zone for sitting and sleeping. The bedding area partitions are removable for cleaning

Headboard / Footboard
* Choice of four different styles in wooden veneer. Each style is available in a number of wood veneer colours

* Electrically operated hand held control with five activation buttons to select a function:
* Headrest
* Headrest & Legrest
* Height Adjustment
* Comfort Sitting position
* Decubitus Prophylaxis Position
* Once a function is selected, two activation buttons determine the exact position ie Up or Down

* Height - electrically adjustable
* Backrest angle - electrically adjustable
* Legrest angle - electrically adjustable
* Footrest angle (knee break) - manually adjustable ratchet system

Decubitus Prophylaxis Position (pressure injury prevention) - electrically operated
* This automatic position has been pre programmed into the hand control for quick access. In this position the occupants legs are elevated and the backrest raised to a half Fowler position (30 degrees). This is recommended for taking pressure off the blood vessels, e.g. in conjunction with vein disorders, but can also be used for preventing bedsores. If necessary for medical reasons, shock positioning can be achieved from this posture by lowering the back rest

Comfort Seat Position - electrically adjustable
* This is is permanently programmed in the handset
* The "double retraction" facility creates space in bed. On moving the back rest to the upright position, the back rest is retracted by 11 cm and the leg rest by 6 cm, reducing frictional and shearing forces and lowering contact pressure in the particularly bedsore-prone pelvic region

* Choice of foam mattresses in various combinations of foam

* Electrically operated central locking uni-directional castors

Bed Rails
* Two different styles are available:
* Traditional full length double siderails (Type 09) with either a Grip Release mechanism or a Recessed Release mechanism
* Innovative siderails (Type 10) that split lenthways into two sections (side protections) so one section can remain up while the other is down. In their highest position the two sections lock together so they act as a one piece full side rail

Power Source
* Mains power

* Located beneath the bed frame

* The bed cannot be dismantled for transporting


In certain circumstances there is an element of risk involved in the use of a device that attaches to the side of a bed such that there is the possibility of entrapment between the device and the mattress. This includes but is not limited to a bed pole (stick), bed rail or bed rail protector. The device may increase the risk of injury or even death to the bed occupant. Entrapment of limbs or body parts may occur with parts of the bed and the device. Some bed occupants may try to climb over a bed rail to get out of bed.

A risk assessment should be undertaken in each circumstance of use. The device should not be used in circumstances where there is a gap between the vertical components and the mattress. Users most at risk include those with physical or cognitive challenges or where the intended user's alertness is affected by medication.

Regular monitoring is recommended, particularly where the user's condition is changing.

Place Of Manufacture

Wissner-Bosserhoff - Germany

Price Guide

Please contact supplier(s) for price.

Models And Options


* WB10-0496 Sentida Bed


* 20 cm bed extension for taller users
* Wall bumpers
* Nightlight
* Foot control
* Lifting Pole with retractable handgrip
* IV pole - adjustable height
* Urine bottle holder
* Urine bag holder
* Siderail extension for siderail Type 09 - provides an additional 110mm of height to siderails
* Upholstery (protector) for siderail Type 09 with extension
* Upholstery (protector) for siderail Type 09 (in a variety of colours)


Specification Standard
Base Height (clearance) Unknown
Height From 250 mm to 680 mm
Length 2050 mm
Load Capacity (supplier stated) 200 kg
Width 1000 mm

Additional Dimensions

Mattress width 870 mm
Mattress length 2000 mm



Some assistive technology needs to meet Australian or other standards. Standards may relate to materials, manufacturing and installation. Products that meet Australian or international standards will have written certification. To find out if a product meets Australian Standards ask the supplier to show you the certificate. For more information about standards also see

Many of the items on the Assistive Technology Australia website are categorised as a Medical Device. Medical devices that are approved for use in Australia have been entered into a national database called the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG), which is maintained by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). You can ask the supplier for the ARTG number for the device you wish to purchase and search the ARTG for the entry. To access information on the ARTG visit

When buying a medical device it is advisable to only choose a medical device that is recommended by a healthcare professional and has been included on the ARTG.

Additional Images

Sentida Bed Raised


Active Medical Supplies
35 Southgate Ave
Southgate Corporate Park
Cannon Hill
QLD 4170
Sales: 1800 267 267
Fax: 07 3899 8825
Active Mobility Systems (NSW)
Unit 8
110- 120 Silverwater Rd
NSW 2128
Sales: 02 9649 2111
Fax: 02 9649 8506
Contact Person: Stephen Pridham / Mark Roach
Toll Free: 1800 543 837
Advanced Lifecare
11/7 Merino St
Kings Meadows
TAS 7249
Sales: 03 6343 4825
Fax: 03 6343 7849
Alpha Lifecare (Silverwater)
3-5 Millennium Court
NSW 2128
Sales: 1300 930 930
DB Health
Unit 17 Metro Centre
38 - 46 South St
NSW 2116
Sales: 1800 451 446
Fax: 02 9638 2700
Contact Person: Jorgen Nielsen
Toll Free: 1800 451 446
Highgate Healthcare
2 Selgar Avenue
Clovelly Park
SA 5042
Sales: 1300 350 350
Fax: 1300 350 360
Contact Person: Mark Joyce
Toll Free: 1300 350 350
Lightning Mobility
9 Aurora Ave
NSW 2620
Sales: 02 6697 6672
Fax: 02 6297 6872
Contact Person: Rod Aussel
Linds Rehabilitation Equipment
58 ? 62 Star Cres
VIC 3803
Fax: 03 9796 3313
Toll Free: 1800 501 601
Mobility Matters (Batemans Bay)
23A Vesper St
Batemans Bay
NSW 2536
Sales: 02 4472 1044
Fax: 02 4472 1544
Mobility Matters (Bega)
117 Carp St
NSW 2550
Sales: 02 6492 3888
Fax: 02 6492 3889
Contact Person: Chris Cantrill


Whilst all care is taken to provide accurate information with respect to the item described, the Independent Living Centre New South Wales (ILCNSW), operating as Assistive Technology Australia, is not involved in product design or manufacture, and therefore not in a position to guarantee the accuracy of the information provided. Selection of equipment, which is both suitable and appropriate for individual needs remains the responsibility of the person(s) considering requisition, and no responsibility is taken by the ILCNSW (Assistive Technology Australia) for any loss or injury caused through use of the equipment or alleged to have arisen through reliance upon information provided. As information is subject to change any enquiries should be directed to the manufacturer.