The Daily Perfromance Test for your Babysense 7

Please note, that taking the baby out of the cot and waiting for the alarm to go off is not the correct Performance Test and is not an indication of the proper operation of the device.  There are many factors that can delay the alarm once you take the baby out of bed.

Here is the correct Performance Test procedure:

  • Perform the test with the same conditions as in normal use. If your baby sleeps with the air-conditioner/fan on, open window, etc., please do the same during the test.
  • The performance test should be conducted while baby is not in the crib.
  • Turn device on and take two steps back from the crib.
  • Ensure that the alarm goes off within 20 seconds (due to absence of movements).
  • The alarm may sound with or without preliminary ticking.
  • Performance test must be conducted daily.
  • No alarm within 20 seconds:
    • If after performing the correct Performance Test the alarm is not triggered within 20 seconds, refer to troubleshooting (last section). The reason for that could be the environmental disturbances (fan or air conditioner which are oriented directly on the baby's bed; or vibrations (baby mobile toy or other vibrating toys)).
    • Babysense is a very sensitive device and in some cases such environmental disturbances may lead to delays in alarm. In such situations you should eliminate such disturbances by changing the direction/strength of the fan or air conditioner, turning the mobile devices off on baby's bed, changing crib location in the nursery. Once you perform the daily Performance Test you will be able to see if this is the case.
    • If during the correct Performance Test (under the same environmental conditions as in normal use) the device works properly (alarm within 20 seconds), you can rest assured that it works properly in normal use.

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