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Under-the-Mattress Movement Sensor Pad – Senses every single one of your infant’s developments and will sound an alert if no development is recognized following 20 seconds, so you and infant can rest tight
Shading Video Transmission – Keep a vigilant gaze on your infant or little child with the live infant video screen bolster from the Nursery Unit to the Parent Unit. It’s similar to looking into the nursery – without opening the entryway or turning on the light
Day and Night Vision (Infrared Camera) – The infrared camera on the infant video screen can even stream video oblivious, so you can see what’s going on in the nursery without aggravating child’s rest
LCD Touch Screen – Mom or father can change the settings on this infant screen utilizing the 2.75″ touch screen and the instinctive client interface. It’s true serenity comfortable fingertips
2-Way Talk-Back Feature – Use this infant screen like a walkie-talkie and console your child with the calming sound of your voice
The Angelcare computerized video, development and sound screen offers complete video, sound, and development observing in one gadget. Highlighting a computerized shading video LCD screen, an infrared camera for dull conditions, a sound screen with two way correspondence capacity, and a movement sensor cushion, the screen utilizes 2.4 GHZ advanced transmission to diminish impedance and give most extreme security. It additionally offers advantageous components, for example, battery reinforcement amid force disappointment, temperature show, and a night light.
From the Manufacturer
The universe of child rearing is only a little simpler, only somewhat more consoling with the AC1100. As the most flexible child screen by Angelcare, it joins a quality infant video and sound screen with an under-the-sleeping cushion infant development Sensor Pad. So now, you can have genuine feelings of serenity realizing that you’ll be alarmed if no movement is identified in the lodging after only 20 seconds.* Featuring an advanced shading video LCD screen, an infrared camera for dim conditions, a sound screen with two way correspondence ability, and a movement sensor cushion, the screen utilizes 2.4 GHZ computerized transmission to diminish impedance and give most extreme security. It additionally offers helpful elements, for example, battery reinforcement amid force disappointment, temperature show, and a night light. This screen is perfect for infant and youthful child why should beginning reach and investigate. *Note: The Sensor Pad can be utilized with an administrative standard child sleeping cushion, whatever the size or thickness. Notwithstanding, it can’t be utilized with adaptable foam beddings, double sided, sleeping cushions with an empty casing or Purflo beddings.
The ONLY monitor we would use!
By Amazon Customer on August 3, 2014
We have used Angelcare monitors with each of our three children, and absolutely LOVE them. Most recently purchasing the video monitor, which has been great, but used the ”sound only” 8 years ago when the video system had not been available. I have so much peace of mind knowing that the sensor is there, and will alert me if my baby stops breathing. Throughout all these years, we have only had one “false alarm”, and that was when my son (who was 9 months at the time), had scooted to the very corner of the crib. We soon switched to just using the sound/video system without the sensor pad, as he was just moving around too much, and nearing the 1 year mark where SIDS is not as concerning. Otherwise, I trust that this unit will work, as I have ”tested” it several times.
I will say that you do have to get in the ”habit” of turning the sensor off when you take baby out of crib (and turning it on again when baby goes in). The alarm will alert right away, and scare you to death…But at least we know it’s working.
One reviewer mentioned that you have to ”prop up” the base piece to be able to see your baby, and that the video unit had a small screen in which they could only see the babies face. Well, to this, I would say that you do have to find a space to put the base monitor that will provide a good view of your baby. Wouldn’t this be the same for ALL video monitors on the market? We did put up a small shelf above the crib, to have a nice view of our baby. Depending on how near (or far) you place the unit, will allow you a big (or small) view of your baby. I’m assuming this reviewer had the base positioned so closely to their baby that they could only see his/her face, in which case they could have simply scooted the unit away to provide a better view.Read more ›
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After losing a baby to sids, this has given …
By Amanda Jennings on February 18, 2015
After losing a baby to sids, this has given us more peace of mind than anything else. Make sure to buy a flexible tripod to mount on wall as well, otherwise cords are dangling from bed to wherever you have it sitting… Nail cords down to wall if possible.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Love this thing! Peace of mind for new parents.
By srowlands on August 15, 2015
Some friends of ours gave this monitoring system to us as a baby shower gift back when movement and temperature monitoring were still novel things and back when the system cost $350 plus. I recorded my initial impressions in the form of a thank you note the first night that I used it, and my opinion has not changed since, after using it through two babies: this is the best thing you can buy for your sleep, sanity, and peace of mind. Well worth the money. We had only two “false alarms” in over two years of using this thing, but as I told my husband: who’s to say those were false alarms and not legitimate alarms? By the time we got in the room the baby (same one both times, and we have had two) was awake and breathing, but that was only after this system sounded its initial alarm… as I understand it, the deal with SIDS can often be that the infant’s internal trigger that regulates breathing may simply stop triggering– and a sudden jolt in time such as an alarm noise from this system can get it started again. So again, who is to say that “false alarms” from this system didn’t actually prevent tragedy?
I believe in the Angelcare video and movement sensors 100%, even now years later, when my kids have outgrown it. Here is the thank you note I wrote to the people who gave me the system, word for word from the first night I used it (three years ago), except that names and identifying details have been removed. Having used the system for over two years through two kids, I would not change a word of the below review, except to add that, the older they get, the more you will love having the video camera to see what the monsters are up to.Read more ›
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