Introducing Z•TRACK

The world’s premier nighttime sleep and daytime stress wearable

Working for You in Real Time 


The Z•TRACK Analyst, worn on your wrist, is unlike any other tracker. It works with its counterpart, the Z•GEN Magnetic Conditioner, which sits under or by the foot of your bed.

At any given moment, and in real-time, Z•TRACK informs Z•GEN which frequencies to produce that influence your sleep or stress levels.

Z•GEN then generates safe, low-frequency waves associated with the various stages of sleep (light sleep, deep sleep, and dream sleep) or deep relaxation.

Z•TRACK and Z•GEN Communication

State-of-the-Art Sensor Technology for Precise Metrics


ZTRACK monitors and analyzes several physiologic parameters.

These include motion, snoring sounds, blood oxygen levels, heart rate, and most importantly heart rate variability, also known as HRV.

HRV is key to both differentiating sleep stages and assessing stress levels. Unlike other wearables, ZTRACK performs HRV analysis in both the time and frequency domains, which improves its’ sensitivity. 

Image of Z•TRACK internal technology
Icon representing frequency-based pulse rate variability analysis for precise sleep staging

Heart rate variability (HRV) analysis for precise sleep staging

Graphic icon representing Z TRACK's blood oxygen monitoring

Blood oxygen monitoring with O2 drops

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Motion / HRV determines sleep versus wake

Icon depicting recording capabilities to detect snoring and correlate with O2 drops

Microphone records snoring to correlate with O2 drops


The SOLTECHEALTH System is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.  All content available through the products and services of SOLTEC HEALTH is for general informational purposes only.  This product and system are protected by one or more of the following patents: U.S. Pat. Nos. 7,918,308; 8,668,045; 9,949,004; 11,478,604; and other U.S. and foreign patents pending.