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Motorola MBP26 Digital Video Monitor Babysense Bundle

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  • Video monitor providing crystal-clear sound with 2.4" colour LCD display
  • Sound level indicator and infrared night vision for extra peace of mind
  • Sensor pads monitor your baby's breathing, alerting you if movement stops
  • Equipped with two-way communication and digital pan and tilt functions
  • Features up to 200 metres indoor range with out-of-range indicator
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Technical Details
Model Number1007643
Product Dimensions21.4 x 20.6 x 24.8 cm
Item model number1007643
Power source typemains operated
Standing screen display size-5.9 inches
Handheld display size-5.9 inches
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Best Sellers Rank 520 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 Kg
Date First Available26 Oct. 2013
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The Babysense sensor pads monitor your baby's breathing patterns. view larger

Motorola MBP26 Digital Video Monitor & Sensor Mat Bundle

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.

MBP26 Babysense bundle
The Babysense bundle includes monitor, mat alarm, and two sensor mats. view larger
2.4 GHz FHSS technology with two-way communication

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.

Colour LCD screen with infrared night vision

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.

Up to 200 metres range with out-of-range warning

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.

Features of the MBP26 monitor
Features of the MBP26 monitor. view larger
LED alerts for sound-activated lights

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.

Digital pan and tilt

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.

Data encryption for security

The Motorola MBP26 encrypts the audio data it transfers for added security and peace of mind.

CE medically certified

Why use breathing sensors?

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.

What do breathing sensors do?

Breathing sensors notify the parent in the case of a cessation of breathing, and make a strong audible alarm that wakes the baby up.

Why use Babysense?

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.

Safe, proven technology used worldwide

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.

Browse the full range of Motorola baby monitors

MBP26 Babysense Bundle MBP16 Babysense Bundle MBP36S MBP26 MBP 27T MBP18 MBP16 MBP11
Audio monitoring
Video monitoring
Breathing sensor pads
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
Out-of-range alert
Night light
Visual noise level alert
Lullaby player
IR Temperature
Temperature display
Two-way communication
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)

Motorola Helpline Number

Should you encounter any problems with your Motorola baby monitor please call our helpline on 0845 5570890 (UK only) / 08187 62092 (ROI)

Box Contains

1 x Baby unit
1 x Parent unit
2 x Mains adaptors
2 x Rechargeable batteries
2 x User guides

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By S. Wilson TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 8 Oct. 2014
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This monitor package is to replace our old video monitor which has been playing up recently and losing signal so that quite often the screen is blank and there is no sound so that all of a sudden it flickers back into life and we discover our baby daughter has been screaming without us knowing. Our old monitor worked perfectly in our sons room so we (hubby and I) suspect that it is because of the thickness of the walls between our room and our baby daughter's that is causing this issue and this also contributes to us not being able to hear her without a monitor. We have to keep her door shut in case anyone is wondering why don't we just leave the door open as we have two cats who like nothing better than to sneak into the cot if given half the chance.

There is no such problem with this monitor package which is working perfectly even with the thick walls and so I can recommend this to anyone with the same thick wall issue as us. We have always had a video monitor ever since our first child was born and I think if you have never had a video monitor then it is very easy to view them as an unnecessary expenditure but trust me once you have lived with a video monitor for a while it is very difficult to consider living without one especially if like us you need to keep the children's doors closed to prevent little furry friends sneaking in! The peace of mind that a video monitor provides plus the convenience of being able to check on your little one without disturbing them by opening their door is priceless to us and if they start to niggle then you can view them on the monitor for a few minutes to see if they settle back to sleep rather than going into their room and fully waking them.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Dinah85 on 1 Oct. 2014
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We have tried several Motorola monitors and this is the first one that has met all our needs, and met them competently. Our son was born at 2lb 3oz, and has been home from the hospital for nearly a month now. Still less than 6lb we're keen to try anything that might give us a bit of peace of mind. He still sleeps in our room, but it would be nice to let him nap in there during the day rather than always moving him from room to room with me. This monitor has given me the confidence to do that. It was very easy to set up, despite having significantly more parts than a usual monitor. I like that there are no cables snaking around the crib, this would worry me that we were introducing an unnecessary risk. The batteries are likely to need replacing often making it more expensive to run than on mains, but it's worth it for the safety and sleek look.

I like that there is a visual system through the lights, so you can have the monitor on silent if you're on the phone for example, or if you are hard of hearing. The range is very good, the room where my son sleeps is at the front of the house, if you go in the rear garden our old BT monitor can't get signal, but this is clear. The picture is lovely and clear, even at night I can tell where in the crib he is, although I can't see the detail I can in the day.

I have to say we've been told by our neonatal unit in no uncertain terms that units of this type are good for parental reassurance, but every study says they make no difference to cot death statistics as if a child stops breathing long enough for a monitor to pick up it is usually not because they have forgotten to breathe but because their heart has stopped beating.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A R Hartley VINE VOICE on 3 Nov. 2014
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The world of baby video monitors has certainly hit off in recent years. With LCD screens costing next to nothing to produce and wireless tech becoming cheap, these monitors are becoming huge. With a massive choice of brands and models it can be a bit scary as to which you will part your hard earned cash for!.

Having used the MBP36S for some time now, it was nice to give this a shot and see if the short comings of the other model were solved. Also we use the Angel Sounds monitor so it was with interest to see how this one did in comparison.

First off the video monitor. The screen size comes in at 2.4 inches, this is fine and good enough to get a decent picture on. In daytime the picture is clear and pretty crisp, very VHS like. During the night mode, the video quality drops due to a drop in frame rates but this is down to the infrared. It's not a problem and isn't a fault, the MBP36S also does this.

Whilst the camera can be controlled via the main unit, it can only be tilted or panned, there is slightly less control compared to some other units which feature "360" movement. But again this isn't a problem as you rarely need to move it around that much, in fact the camera stays mostly pointed at the cot unless like me your baby likes to roll all over the place and you might need to move it a fraction during the night. The camera moving is pretty much silent too so you won't wake the baby adjusting the angle.

The sound quality is good although i have had issues with the MBP36S, some serious echo like interference which booms out the parent unit and is annoying beyond belief at 3am! This unit so far hasn't suffered the same except for the odd crackle, but nothing at all major.

Now the babysense pads.
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