Have a peaceful night with peace of mind with the Callowesse Apprise Baby Breathing Monitor Twin Pad Set. Feel content knowing full well that the Apprise is monitoring your baby’s breathing and movements whilst they are in their Crib or Cot. The Callowesse Apprise alarms you when your baby’s breathing falls below the dangerous threshold. The acoustic and visual alarm will sound, alerting you instantly of such instance. Alerting with a loud alarm if breathing stops for more than 20 seconds or if the breathing rate falls below 8 breathes per minute.
When positioning the Apprise Baby Breathing Monitor underneath the mattress, the sensor pad detects the movements of your baby’s chest, sending a signal to the control unit. This confirms regular breathing through a green light. The Apprise can be used for mattresses up to 140 mm depth.
The Apprise contains two sensor pads which each have a large surface area of 29 x 47cm, combined they will cover an area of 58 x 94 cm. This means an extended area of your baby’s cot/crib can be monitored, compared to the single pad set. Always ensure the pad is positioned on a flat rigid surface to get best results. (Abed with slatted frames is not suitable for this device). If you wish to increase the range of coverage, please consider purchasing the 2 pad bundle, as additional pads are not available for purchase separately.
This Apprise bundle includes:
- 5m extension cable – to extend the control unit closer to your room, ensuring the alarm can be heard clearly.
- Cable adaptor – to connect the extension cable to pad.
- 2x AA batteries provided for instant use.
- 1x Cleaning cloth included.
The Apprise conforms to the latest Medical Device Regulations(EU) 2017/745 and IEC 60601.
Please note: The Callowesse Apprise Baby Breathing Monitor Twin Pad Set will always be shipped to you Factory Sealed. Before you break the seal, please be aware that the Apprise Breathing Monitor, cannot be returned unless faulty. Once the seal has broken, a ‘void’ marking will appear.
This twin pad set can only be used for one baby, it is not to monitor two separate children.