Frequently asked questions

If ASCA 1 should become contaminated, you can clean the device with disinfectant – as described in the instructions for use.

No, although the device is splash-proof, it is not waterproof due to its construction and function.

The battery life lasts an average of 5 days – after which ASCA 1 can be recharged with the included micro USB charger.

The average charging time is about 3 hours.

You can decide individually which functions of ASCA 1 you want to use. This allows you to ideally meet the needs of the care recipient and their personal requirements.

Not every incontinence product has the same surface structure or outer material. However, DigniSens takes great care during development to ensure compatibility with the products of the most common manufacturers.

No. The device is expressly not intended for use in diagnosing or detecting medical conditions/diseases.

Yes, ASCA 1 is approved as a medical device and has a CE certification.