This review explains the features, drawbacks and troubleshooting tips when using the owlet smart sock 3 replacement sensor.
What is the Wireless Power Attendance device?
The Wireless Power Attendance device (WPA) is a small, thin, and lightweight device that is worn on the wrist like a watch. The WPA senses when the wearer falls asleep or rises from bed and automatically sends a notification to a caregiver that the wearer has fallen asleep or awakened.
How to repair or replace the battery in an owlet 3 sensor
If your owlet 3 sensor is not working, there is a good chance that the battery is gone. This guide will show you how to replace the battery on an owlet 3 sensor.
How do I determine if my wireless power attendance device needs to be replaced?
If you are experiencing abnormal wireless power attendance device behavior, it may be time to replace your Owlet Smart Sock 3 sensor. To determine if your Owlet Smart Sock 3 sensor needs to be replaced, follow these steps: 1. Remove the Owlet Smart Sock 3 from your wearable device and connect the included authentication cable. 2. Press and hold the button on the back of the Owlet Smart Sock 3 for five seconds to turn it on. 3. Use the included LED light to check the color of the light that flashes on the front of the sensor. The light should turn red when it is active and blue when it is idle. If it is not turning red or blue, then your sensor needs to be replaced.
Why would the wireless power attendance device stop working on its own?
The Owlet Smart Sock 3 replacement sensor MAY be at fault. When the sock is unplugged too long without being recharged, the battery dies and the sock will not be able to communicate with the Owlet app or wireless power attendance device. In order to fix this, you’ll need to replace the sensor.
Owlet Smart Sock 3 Replacement Sensor helps keep your Owlet Smart Sock 3 connected to your compatible Wi-Fi enabled device, like a smartphone or tablet. If the sock falls out of range for more than 30 seconds, the sensor will send you a notification on your compatible device and eventually shut down the sock after 8 failed notifications. Keep your feet warm and dry all winter long with this replacement sensor!