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Users manual and our short video

Detailed information about the use of the device can be found in the full User’s Guide on our website.

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Dear respiratory user!

The Baby Control device is designed for the peace of mind of parents. They know that with prescribed use, your child is under constant supervision during sleep. Doctors and nurses recommend using a respiratory monitoring device until the child is 1 year old.

We would like to introduce the Baby Control respiratory monitor family 2230. Members of the device family differ in how many sensor plates they have. This can be 1, 2 or 3 sheets, depending on the type. The most important features of the family of devices are: large sensor pads, digitally adjustable sensitivity, event memory, safety double siren, and uniquely long warranty.

Unpack the device! We find the operating instructions and the warranty letter, the central unit, for this we connect the sensor pads, batteries and wire fastening spirals. With spirals, the sensor sheets wire is attached to the crib.

A small star screwdriver is required to insert the batteries, for safety reasons we fasten the battery cover this way so that the baby cannot open the holder. A durable pencil battery is required to operate the device, no accumulator can be used. When the element is inserted correctly, the device acknowledges with a beep that it has become operational.

The device and its accessories look like this before placing in the crib. Before placing the device in a crib, it is recommended to test the sensor sheets. How do we do that? Connect the pad one by one to the central unit and test it. If the device does not feel movement through the pad, the warning beep will start in 12-13 seconds and the alarm will start in the 20th second. The sensor pads are very sensitive! Therefore, if, for example, as part of the test, the pad detects movement by swiping hands or moving the desktop, the system is already working.

How to place the sensor pads in the crib? The sensor pads of the Baby Control respiratory monitor can be placed in several ways. It is necessary to place several pads, two or three in larger cots, if the child is already spinning, climbing. Be careful when placing pads so that the pads do not touch each other.

The washable, disinfect-able plastic cover of the pads must not be removed or broken, this will result the loss of warranty conditions!

The device can be used for all types of mattresses available on the market. As a rule, we put the pads under the mattress, but if a baby is born with a very small weight, then put a pad above the mattress and under the blanket. Make sure that the sensor pad falls under the child’s chest.

Fasten the central unit to the edge of the crib with Velcro.

Secure the wires with the supplied mounting spiral.

How to turn on the device? Permanently, press the red switch button for 2 seconds, waiting for a numeric value to appear on the display. This is factory setting “3”.

Operational condition, everything is fine. This is how the device works when a level higher than the set value is detected.

If the device does not feel movement, three consecutive warning beeps can be heard after 12-13 seconds, and if there is still no noticeable movement, the device will alert you in the 20th second. The alarm can be stopped by pressing the red button once. Normally, if there was no alarm, the button should be pressed twice to turn it off.

The device warns of the need to change batteries in several stages. If, after switching on, a continuous alarm sound is heard and/or the “E” signal is lit, the battery must be replaced.

The Baby Control device is designed for the peace of mind of parents. They know that with prescribed use, their child is under constant supervision during sleep. Doctors and nurses recommend using a respiratory monitoring device until the child is 1 year old.

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