Understanding Base Station Prompts
The Base Station uses lights and sounds to notify you with different prompts.
A lavender prompt from the Base Station and on your phone indicates that Baby may need assistance to sleep better. This may occur when there is significant crying or movement, when the baby is uncomfortable, or if the room is too hot, too cold, too humid or too dry.
If you receive a blue prompt, that means the connection between the Dream Sock and Base Station has been interrupted. A blue prompt means the Dream Sock may be out or range, out of battery, or the signal is being blocked.
A yellow prompt means the Dream Sock is having difficulty getting a reading and may need adjusting. Check the fit and/or placement of your baby’s Dream Sock to ensure the Sock can gather sleep data.
Ensure the Sock is Comfortable on Baby’s Skin
What is Predictive Sleep Technology?
Predictive Sleep Technology is a tool that leverages Owlet’s unique algorithm to automatically calculate Baby’s next sleep session based on their age, time slept in their prior nap, and how long it’s been since their nap. Then, their next nap time is displayed in the app, on the home screen, so you can better plan your day.
How do I use it?
Predictive Sleep will automatically track Baby’s sleep & wake windows for you if Baby is wearing a Dream Sock for each sleep session. If you miss a sleep session, you can manually add it in the Dream App to get the sleep recommendations current.
Why is Predictive Sleep Technology important?
Baby’s sleep needs & habits change as they age - this can be very difficult for parents to keep track of, or to understand what Baby needs when they are going through a change in their sleep needs. Predictive Sleep takes the guesswork out of naptime and helps you anticipate Baby’s needs before they are overtired.
Put the Sock on right before bed
Don't use while feeding or while baby is awake. The Dream Sock learns about your baby by tracking their data while they sleep. Using while Baby is awake can lead to inaccurate readings.