What do the lights on the back of a RealCare Baby mean?

3 colored lights: Red is the battery light – if it is flashing, you need to charge the batteries before you send it out for a simulation. Green is the charging indicator – if the Baby is plugged in for a charge, it should be on.

How do I know my real care Baby is off?

Nothing is wrong. Baby makes a grunting sound every so often to indicate that you are giving the correct care. It lets you know that the care session is not over yet. Keep on rocking/burping until you hear a “burp” or a “coo.”

What does it mean if my real care Baby coughs?

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Coughing or cooing (happy) sounds means Baby is awake. Hearing the ID chime but not being able to quiet Baby for a few minutes means Baby was just fussy. Baby cries if it is upside down or on its tummy for five or more seconds.

Why is the yellow light flashing on my real care Baby?

Yellow light – communication status when used with RealCare II-plus Control Center software – Yellow light flashes once every 10-15 seconds, indicating Baby’s communication is working properly.

Why is my real care Baby crying while eating?

RealCare Baby II-plus and RealCare Baby 3 have been designed to be held and sense movement while being fed. If the participant props the bottle or breastfeeding device up to Baby’s mouth and does not hold Baby, it will cry due to lack of movement. Students cannot prop up the bottle and let Baby feed on its own.

Why did my real care Baby stop crying?

Abuse Shutdown – Occurs when the Baby has been mishandled 24 times. That includes head supports, rough handling and shaken baby. Once Baby triggers 24 mishandle events the Baby will turn off. Battery Shutdown – Battery level drained out enough to stop the simulation.

How do I know if my baby’s cough is serious?

Call your doctor if your baby has: Any cough, and they’re younger than 4 months. A dry cough related to a cold (a runny nose but no fever) that lasts more than five to seven days. A dry or wet cough with a cold and a fever of 100 degrees or more. Mild, light wheezing.

Why is my real care Baby not making any noise?

If the Baby is not making any sound, or the sound is distorted/cutting out it could be due to a connection problem. Test the speaker 1. Lie the Baby face down. Make sure that the red light is on (solid or flashing) and the yellow light is off (occasional flicker once every 15-20 seconds).