We took the baby out of the cot, but the breathing monitor did not trigger an alarm. Is that possible?

The monitor probably registered other vibrations. These vibrations can have a number of causes:

  • floating floors or parquet can transmit movements caused by walking around the cot. Simply place pieces of carpet, for example, under the legs of the cot to dampen these vibrations.
  • If there is an open window near the cot and the wind is blowing strongly outside, the sensitive sensor can register these vibrations. Close the window to eliminate these disruptions.
  • The cot rests against a refrigerator or other source of vibration. In this case, move the cot to a quieter place.
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