Select hours to recieve alerts
To limit false alarms, choose the latest time in the morning for typical wakeup and the earliest time in the evening for typical bedtime.
Select number of hours to trigger an alert
The alert will only be triggered if the walker is in the home but hasn't moved
Select when you'd like to recieve an alert in the afternoon
Select the threshold value for low activity
If the walker hasn't moved at least this much by the time selected above, an alert is generated
Select the number of night walks to trigger an alert
If the walks occur less than 20 minutes apart, they are considered the same event
For example, if a person moves the walker to the bathroom, then moves it to the kitchen, and then back to the bed, that is considered a single walk.
Trigger an alert at this time if the walker has not moved after 3 AM
Trigger an alert if the walker hasn't been near the bed for this duration (excluding night walks)