Possible exposure?

Any research on the possibility of Nanit cameras exposing our children to infrared rays? And the link between that and any health issues? The constant red light that’s constantly on has to be unhealthy for any length of exposure to such fragile developing minds/bodies…?!

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  • NanitMelanie
    NanitMelanie Nanit Team
    edited May 26 Answer ✓

    @raross Nanit was tested and approved and we meet the safety guidelines as required. Here is our FCC filing for more information! Please reach out with any other questions.

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  • Infrared rays are not harmful to anything. Their energy output is lower on the spectrum than visual light. If you are worried about infrared light then you shouldn't let your baby around any light at all. UV on the other hand can be very damaging to newborns so keep them covered when outside. Again infrared is very week light. Your light bulbs put out stronger light.

  • My main concern is the level of EMF that is emitted at a constant speed from the camera due to its use of infrared. Remember that infants osseous and soft tissue are more fragile than ours. I am doing my own research and will do what’s best for my baby. Thanks for your input though. Cheers.

  • NanitMelanie
    NanitMelanie Nanit Team
    edited May 26 Answer ✓

    @raross Nanit was tested and approved and we meet the safety guidelines as required. Here is our FCC filing for more information! Please reach out with any other questions.

  • @Melanie Ty for your input. But your link to your company’s FCC is not working. Any research links would also be appreciated.

  • @raross can you let me know what PDF's aren't working? I was just able to access a few - so let me know and I can look into it!