Birth Alarm Lite 2.0

Brand: Birth Alarm
Brand: Birth Alarm

Birth Alarm Lite 2.0

SKU: 084555


Incl. VAT 20%
  • Free UK delivery from £60
  • Shipped from our warehouse in the UK
  • 30 day returns

- Simple installation and operation - Incl. batteries

Birth Alarm Birth Alarm Lite 2.0


The Birth Alarm Lite 2.0 is known for its affordable entry-level that stands for connectivity and reliability. It is a special time when the mare gives birth. The birth of a mare often takes place during the night, therefore you definitely want to and need to be informed on time. Luckily with this device that is all possible. The transmitter is easy to install and sends a signal to up to two connected mobile phones. Attachable to either the halter or to the mares girth.

Main Features

  • Simple installation & Operation (manual included)
  • Reliable system
  • Status report via SMS (SIM card sold separately)
  • Up to 2 telephone number can be set
  • Can be attached to the halter as well as to the antiroll belt/roll bar
  • Incl. batteries
  • With sleep mode

Please Note: To use the Birth Alarm Premium system, you need to purchase separately a prepaid SIM card.

When labour starts, the mare lies flat on her side. This is a typical posture during the birth process. In this side position, she can better absorb the contractions. The transmitter automatically generates an alarm signal when the mare remains completely in the side position for 7.6 seconds. However around 15% of all pregnant mares sleep flat on their side and are therefore an exception. For these mares, the Birth Alarm Lite 2.0 has a function that detects and registers the beginning of the birth under all circumstances. With a Birth Alarm you will be alerted in time when the horse starts to give birth. Overall a fantastic product with continuous positive reviews.

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