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There is no battery in the SE 80 SleepExpert. Connecting the SE80 SleepExpert to power supply is mandatory during the whole time you would like it to function.
No. The sensor will not work if it is not connected to the power supply.
The sensor has two LEDs, the green one indicates power and the blue one indicates successful Bluetooth® connection with your smartphone or tablet.
Hold the sensor with the logo facing up. Place the sensor under the mattress approximately 15 cm away from the edge of the bed, in the shoulder area.
Please make sure that the sensor cable is not twisted.
For additional information about the placement please see the user manual or Menu > Extras > Tour > Installation.
Any type of mattress can be used with the SE 80 SleepExpert. However, the sensor does not support a few specific beds and mattresses: water beds, air/gel beds and special mechanical massage mattresses while operating.
The allowed thickness range of the mattress is 5-50 cm.
No. Using the SE 80 SleepExpert without a mattress is not supported.
Yes. Please follow the instruction for sensor placement in the user manual or Menu > Extras > Tour > Installation.
Yes. Each person needs a SE 80 SleepExpert. For additional information, please follow the instruction for sensor placement in the user manual or Menu > Extras > Tour > Installation.
No. Please take note that the sensor is placed correctly like described in the user manual or Menu > Extras > Tour > Installation.
It is recommended to unplug the device when getting up in the morning.
The sensor measures a combination of three motion signals:
The heart rate values range from 30 to 200 beats/minute.
Respiratory rate values range from 6 to 65 beats/minute.
The communication between the SE 80 SleepExpert and the smartphone works with Bluetooth® Smart (low energy).
Yes. The technology was developed in cooperation with EarlySense. On the EarlySense Website you can find publication about EarlySense medical system:
The Sleep Score that is displayed in the morning is calculated based on seven different weighted parameters:
The Sleep Statistics screen shows:
Your score will appear either in green if it is above the target or in red if it is below target.
The exclamation mark indicates when measurements of heart or respiratory rate are out of your baseline range.
Yes. You can set your sleep time goal to adjust the score to your personal baseline and to your daily routine and habits.
A graph shows the different sleep stages during the night:
The Fresh Wake is a smart alarm clock that wakes you up in an optimal point of the sleep cycle. Within a range of time you configured and based on your sleep stages during this time frame.
The alarm clock wakes you up in the last possible moment you have defined in the app before.
There are two snooze options for the Fresh Wake alarm clock.
The sensor will measure your sleep if:
The result will only come up when your smartphone is connected to the internet. Your smartphone was shut down during the night, therefore some or all of the night's summary is not available on the app.
An average consumption during the night, when the app is active and the phone’s screen is turned off, is approximately 40 % of the phone’s battery capacity (this value may vary for different phone models). To avoid loss of data please make sure your smartphone has power supply.
You have probably enabled the Persistent Snooze. This means the alarm only will stop if you leave the bed.
The body consists mostly of water (approx. 60-70%). This water is contained in every possible organ and body part – and therefore also, to a large degree, in the muscles and even, to a small extent, in body fat. This means you can only add up the fat and muscle percentage but not the water, otherwise the water would be counted twice.