- 100% Brand new and high quality
- Nice looking, small size and portable
- With Infrared LED supports both Night and Day vision
- Easily bypass walls and barriers for longer range
- Low power consumption, energy conservation
- Handy clip-on camera for easy placement
- Easy installation, no software needed
- 1.5" TFT LCD, Palm size monitor for mobility
- Brightness control and low battery indicator
- Infrared LED with 5m night vision range
- Gives you the freedom to monitor to your baby while moving around the house
- Normal mode and power saving voice activated mode, which turns the screen on when the baby makes noise
- Receiver Specifications
- Size of LCD: 1.5 inches
- Resolution: 320 x 240 VGA
- Receiving Frequency: 2,400~2483MHz (ISM Band)
- Transmitting Power: 17 dBm
- Camera Resolution: 300k (VGA)
- Receiving Sensitivity: < -85dBm
- Channels Available: 4
- Power Source: Rechargeable li-ion battery or AC Adapter
- Camera Specifications
- Image Device: 1/3 CMOS
- Lens: F6.0MM, F1.8
- Range: Up to 30M normally, 150-200M with open accessibility
- SNR: > 40 dB
- Transfer Rate: 3 Mpbs
- Audio Sample Rate: 16kHz (8bit)
- Audio Response Frequency: 100Hz - 3kHz
- Channels Available: 4
- Power Source: AC Adapter
What's in the box?
- 1 x Camera
- 1 x Receiver
- 1 x AV Cable
- 2 x AC Adapter
- 1 x User Manual - English
How to Select the Right Baby Monitor?
- A baby monitor can help you get things done around the house while your baby naps in another room. The following steps can assist you in choosing the right monitor for your home and baby.
- Decide on a one-way or two-way system. A one-way monitor allows you to hear your child, while a two-way monitor allows your child to hear you as well.
- Consider video. Video monitors make some parents feel more comfortable about being in a different room, as they can keep an eye on their babies. They are considerably more expensive than basic audio monitors.
- Take the size of your home into account. Some baby monitors have more limited ranges than others, and some have trouble transmitting through thick concrete walls. In a small home, a simple monitor should be sufficient, but large homes on more than one level may require something more sophisticated.
- Think portable. Many baby monitors have clips that allow you to attach the receiver to your belt or clothing.
- Guard against interference. Many monitors are made less effective by cellular phones and cordless phones being used within a few blocks of the neighborhood. Some monitors are equipped with more than one channel to help deal with this problem.
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