Using the Sleeptracker-AI® Monitor with a Pacemaker

The Sleeptracker-AI® Monitor is compatible and safe to use with a pacemaker. The Sleeptracker-AI® system complies with radiation exposure limits set forth in the FCC's OET Bulletin 65 and Industry Canada's RSS-102 standard for an uncontrolled environment.

Overall, with the FCC's guidelines, know that the Sleeptracker-AI® processor should be operated with a minimum distance of 20 cm (about 8 inches) between the processor itself and your body. It should not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitters. If you'd like, you can move your processor further away from your bed, but ensure that the processor's vents on each side are not blocked. By the way, the Sleeptracker-AI® sensors themselves do not emit any radio frequencies.

For more information on radio frequencies, please see the links below and for further information about radio-frequency safety, please contact the FCC:

Inaccurate Sleep Reports
The accuracy and reliability of your sleep reports will depend on the signal quality between your Sleeptracker-AI® sensor and yourself. To ensure your system is optimally monitoring you, select "Help with Sleep Reports" below.

↦ Help with Sleep Reports

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