Each time the child breathes in, the green light flashes. If the baby does not breathe in for 20 seconds or the breathing rate falls below 8 breaths per minute, the red light will turn on and an alarm will sound. Often, just the sound of the alarm is enough to wake the baby from a deep sleep and breathe.
Nanny summons help, even though your baby can’t ask for help by itself. What’s more, it can also help in cases of respiratory arrest due to choking.
The device is powered by two alkaline 1.5 V/AA batteries and monitors their power. The low battery indication lasts for about 2 weeks before the batteries are completely empty, so you have enough time to replace them. The batteries must be replaced as soon as possible after the red low battery indicator comes on.
Place the sensor pad under the mattress together with a suitable insulating layer against liquid penetration in the places where the baby will be lying. The pad must be placed on a fl at surface with the top print facing up and must not be bent.
Connect the connecting cable to any socket in the control unit. The connector must click and hold when inserted.
When switching the device automatically tests its functionality. The test checks the batteries, the optical and acoustic signal.