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In principle yes. There are two exceptions, water beds, and electrical heated mattress covers. Both can create interference for Beddit 3 to understand what's going on.
Absolutely, Beddit 3 is designed for sleep tracking in a shared bed. However, this requires one sensor per person, per phone. You may track sleep one or two-at-a-time.
Yes, Beddit 3 must be continuously plugged into a power outlet using the power adapter provided. Doing so allows your Beddit to be ready to measure, without the hassle of having to charge anything.
It is very simple to place your Beddit sensor, simply put it ontop of your mattress in a horizontal position at chest height, and underneath your top bedsheet.
We recommend your phone be charging all night near the bed. Charging the battery is only part of the reason. When placed on the bedside table, the phone's microphone can pick up your snoring, as well as deliver the best smart alarm experience. Technically, your phone needs to be within Bluetooth range of your Beddit 3.
Your phone must be continuously connected via Bluetooth to Beddit 3 throughout the night. Measuring your sleep with accurate and comprehensive results continuously over extended periods of time (8 hours) creates large amounts of data and the best way to have your results instantly available in the morning is to stream the measurements continuously during the night.
You must sleep on top of the sensor for Beddit 3 to measure your sleep, heart rate, and breathing. It is not necessary to sleep in the middle of it, but at least some part of your upper body needs to touch the sensor. It works in any sleep position: side, stomach, or back. Rolling off the sensor will be interpreted as being awake or away from the bed.
Yes. Beddit works in coordination with a CPAP machine. In fact, many customers use a Beddit 3 in combination with CPAP treatment to monitor how well the treatment is improving their sleep.
In addition to more accurate sleep, Beddit 3 offers heart rate, breathing, snoring, and environmental measurements to give you the full picture of the night. Also, Beddit 3 does not require you to open an app and press a button every night. It measures fully automatically - the only thing you need to do is sleep.
No, you don't. Beddit 3 is an ambient experience, automatic measurement allows you to track your sleep without opening apps or pushing buttons. Just go to bed and sleep. The capacitive touch sensor in Beddit 3 will know when you're lying in bed and when you've gotten up to trigger the start/stop of the sleep measurement.
Yes, Beddit 3 syncs sleep time, heart rate and respiration data with Health App. You can use this data in thousands of fitness and health apps, for example, Bedtime in the iOS Clock, Sleepio or Nudge.
No. The Beddit app requires you to pair with a Beddit Sleep Tracker in order to track your sleep.
Beddit 3 is optimized for iOS devices.
Beddit 3 measures tiny body movements in response to the heart pumping blood (cardiac contraction), and the breathing effort (thorax expansion). You can see the same effect by standing on an old-fashioned spring scale and watching the ticker flinch with every heartbeat. We spent years filtering the signal from the noise and became exceptionally good at it. Find out more about the underlying principle, called ballistocardiography, on Wikipedia.