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Motorola's MBP26 Digital Video Baby Monitor will give you the reassurance that your child is resting peacefully. Equipped with 2.4 GHz FHSS technology for sound clarity, you can feel comfortable that your little one will come through loud and clear when they need you. The 2.4-inch LCD colour display shows video monitoring, with infrared night vision to allow for full coverage even in the dark. Data encryption is built-in for added security.
Add these features to the Babysense 5 sensor mat alarm and you have complete peace of mind. The Babysense 5 sensor uses two highly sensitive pads that are placed underneath the cot or crib mattress to detect the rise and fall of your baby's chest. After 20 seconds without movement the high-pitched alarm will sound, waking you and your baby, which enables you to get to them quickly and deal with the situation. The alarm will also sound if the sensor pads detect ten or fewer movements per minute, which can indicate partial loss of breath or respiratory problems.
The parent unit attaches directly to the cot, the system is easy to install, and you can use either one or two of the pads for use in Moses baskets, cribs, or cot beds. Babysense 5 operates on a 'hidden cable concept', so there are no cords, plugs, or connection to mains power; the unit runs on standard batteries.
The 2.4 GHz FHSS technology offers a more reliable wireless connection than previous cordless technologies, which means better range and less chance of missing something important in your baby's room due to a weak or dropped signal. The MBP26 also features two-way communication, so you can speak or sing to your baby remotely or communicate with a partner in the room.
A full-colour 2.4-inch LCD display shows real-time video and sound in your baby's room, letting you keep informed of what's going on visually as well as audibly. Infrared night vision means you can also stay in touch with what's going in your baby's room without any lights to disturb little sleepers.
The strong wireless range of the MBP26 lets you keep connected to your baby up to 200 metres away, so even if you have a larger home you don't have to give up safety or the ability to stay connected to your little one. An alarm sounds when you're getting out of range of the transmitting unit, so you'll never have to wonder if you're close enough to hear what's going on.
LEDs on the MBP26 baby monitor indicate the level of sound activity in the room, letting you keep an eye on your baby's activity by a simple visual representation.
Control the MBP26's camera to pan and tilt the video image as needed. You can also expand the monitoring capabilities of your MBP26 with up to four cameras in total.
The Motorola MBP26 encrypts the audio data it transfers for added security and peace of mind.
Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is marked by the sudden death of an infant that is not predicted by medical history, and remains unexplained after a thorough forensic autopsy and detailed death scene investigation.
As infants are at the highest risk for SIDS during sleep, it is sometimes referred to as cot or crib death. Typically, the infant is found dead after having been put to bed, and exhibits no signs of having suffered.
Breathing sensors notify the parent in the case of a cessation of breathing, and make a strong audible alarm that wakes the baby up.
Babysense constantly monitors your sleeping baby's breathing movements, alerts you if movements stop or become irregularly slow, and gives you peace of mind and confidence that you'll know if your baby needs you.
Babysense is the original infant movement monitor. It has been used around the world since 1992. Babysense is CE-certified as a class IIb medical device in hospitals in Europe and Asia. The passive sensors built into sensor pads are totally safe and emit no radiation of any kind that might harm the baby. Babysense operates on regular AA batteries and has no dangerous power cords.
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|Audio technology||2.4 GHz FHSS||DECT 6.0||2.4 GHz FHSS||2.4 GHz FHSS||2.4 GHz FHSS||2.4 GHz FHSS||DECT 6.0||DECT 6.0|
|Video screen size||2.4 inches||3.5 inches||2.4 inches||2.4 inches||1.8 inches|
|Maximum range||200 metres||300 metres||200 metres||200 metres||300 metres||200 metres||300 metres||300 metres|
|Visual noise level alert||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔|
|Infrared night vision||✔||✔||✔||✔||✔|
|Expandable up to (cameras)||4||4||4||4|
|Wall mount (baby unit)||✔||✔||✔|
|Pan/tilt/zoom functions||Digital (pan/tilt)||Remote (all)||Digital (pan/tilt)||Digital (pan/tilt)|
i've been really unsure of what rating to give this product. The camera and monitor are really good and I'm pleased with them, however the alarm for the sensor pad clips onto the... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Lisah88
Bought for a deaf/hard of hearing mum as a newborn gift, hoping it helps to reassure when she is in another room, bargain at the price I paid though, similar but less... Read morePublished 5 days ago by T BULL
Disappointed with the quality of the monitor, looks very cheap plastic. I have an angelcare baby monitor for my daughter and wanted a different one for my son and thought that the... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Lise Wall Morris
misleading, thought they were connected together, but it does the job quite well.
Though I have to say I am very curious as to what the extra connector marked as "DO... Read more
Read a lot of reviews on monitors and finally decided on this one and am not disappointed. Really handy to have the video, haven't used the sensor may yet as baby is only 3 months... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Jane
I have used this twice and it's broken already. The screen doesn't turn on anymore and I'm really disappointed with the item. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Katy Bravery
Works well. Camera quality is good and reception is decent. Very easy to use and setup.Published 1 month ago by kathrin