Electronic handcuffs/ankle cuffs are devices that are locked onto the wrists/ankles of individuals under supervision, using technologies such as mobile communication and GPS positioning to monitor and control their movements. They typically include components such as a GPS module, sensors, communication module, and electronic lock. The sensors detect the location and activities of the supervised individual, and the data is transmitted through the communication module to the monitoring center or relevant personnel for real-time monitoring and management.

Traxbean electronic handcuffs and ankle cuffs, which are typically worn 24/7, can achieve an IP68 waterproof rating, allowing them to be used while swimming or bathing. They are designed to have good resistance to damage and are not easily broken. However, in some countries, safety regulations require that electronic handcuffs and ankle cuffs can be cut open in emergency situations using special tools. Therefore, the resistance to damage is relative. Moreover, in today’s society, it is necessary to treat the wearers with a certain level of dignity, so it is not appropriate to make the devices large or use excessive amounts of metal. The focus is more on designing electronic handcuffs/ankle cuffs that are difficult to break and implementing a strict management system to prevent wearers from easily damaging the devices.