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    Hi we have the angel care sound and movement monitor and are trying to work out if there is a way to have the movement sensors set up so the ceiling fan isn't detected as movement? We have ply wood on the base of the cot as the flat surface iv tried reducing the sensitivity as well. Has anyone managed to work around this?

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    I wouldn't think the fans would trigger the pads?

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    Yeah they do, well my pedestal fan does anyway, or even walking around the room...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    I wouldn't think the fans would trigger the pads?
    Yes they do

    Unfortunately the only things to try would be the sensitivity or to move the cot away from the fan as much as possible, good luck

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    Default Angel care sound and movement monitor

    Yep turn down the sensitivity and move away from the fan goodluck!

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    Default Angel care sound and movement monitor

    We had the same problem. Adjusting the sensitivity fixed it.

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    Default Angel care sound and movement monitor

    Thanks everyone looks like il just have to put up with it til the weather cools can't move the cot any further away it's against a wall already lol


 

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