Only use the breathing monitor when the pram is not in motion and no one is touching it. For example, if the baby is sleeping in the pram in the corridor, everything is fine.
Only use the breathing monitor in quiet places where the wind does not blow. If the pram stood on a balcony, for example, the sensitive sensor could capture the slight vibrations caused by the wind and the device would not detect that the baby had stopped breathing.
Therefore, it is always important to test the breathing monitor. Turn it on in the cot, but do not put the baby in. If Nanny triggers an alarm after twenty seconds, you can be sure there is no source of interfering vibrations anywhere nearby.
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