Designing Safe Skill-Building Devices and Medical Equipment That Assist In Helping Infants and Toddlers Learn Fine, Gross Motor Skills While Being Entertained in a Spacious and Comfortable Environment
Posted by Mary M Beaver under Healthcare
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Patent: US 9320363
A temperature sensing playpen assembly includes a base frame that may be positioned on a support surface. A child may be positioned within the base frame. A wall is coupled to and encloses the base frame. A pad is positionable on a floor of the base frame so the pad may cushion the floor of the base frame. A canopy frame is removable positionable on a top of the base frame. An umbrella is coupled to the canopy frame. A control panel is coupled to the base frame. An alarm is coupled to the control panel. The alarm is operationally coupled to the control panel. A pressure sensor is coupled to the pad.
The pressure sensor is operationally coupled to the control panel. A temperature sensor is coupled to the canopy frame. The temperature sensor is operationally coupled to the alarm so the alarm emits an audible alarm.
This product was designed around the specifications of special and medical needs infants and toddlers, but made for every child!
Estimated 100,000 units sold in first year
Retail Pricing: $220 x 400% = $880
Retail Gross: $880 x 30% = $264
Wholesale Gross: $880 - $264 = $616
Retail Revenue: $26,400,000
Da-Yi Built Revenue: $61,600,000
PO Box 300, Coloma,
Phone Number: 530-457-5270