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Motorola MBP36 Digital Video Baby Monitor

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  • Video monitor with 3.5" LCD screen and night vision
  • 2.4 GHz FHSS audio technology and 2-way communication
  • Room temperature display and 5 sound-activated LEDs
  • Range of up to 200 metres with out-of-range warning
  • Remote pan, tilt, and zoom functions; wall-mountable
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Product Information

Technical Details
Model Number1007617
Item Weight880 g
Product Dimensions25.8 x 21.8 x 13 cm
Item model number1007617
Target genderUnisex
StyleMBP36 (2011 version)
Batteries requiredYes
Standing screen display size3.5 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB0057NDIG8
Best Sellers Rank 457 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight880 g
Date First Available22 Jun. 2011
  
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Product Description

Product Description

The MBP36 and video screen
The 3.5-inch LCD colour display shows sound and video monitoring, with infrared night vision so that you can monitor your baby in the dark.

Motorola MBP36 Digital Video Baby Monitor

Motorola's MBP36 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. A 3.5-inch LCD colour display shows sound and video monitoring, with infrared night vision. Data encryption is built-in for added security.

The MBP36 Digital Video Baby Monitor has a useful range of up to 200 metres with an out-of-range warning, allowing you to move around the house or the garden comfortably, knowing that you will hear when your little one is awake. When being used in battery mode, the screen will go blank after two minutes of inactivity, at which point the unit enters a power saving mode.

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 MBP36 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 3.5-inch LCD display shows real-time video and sound in your baby's room with up to 25 FPS video playback, 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.

Optional accessories (sold separately)

Add additional cameras to enhance your viewing area and allow you to keep an even better eye on your baby.

Data encryption for security
The MBP36 in a room
The MBP36 camera can be remotely panned, tilted, and zoomed to allow for capturing video where it's needed.
MBP36 main features
The MBP36 features two-way communication and a room temperature sensor. view larger

The Motorola MBP36 encrypts the audio data it transfers for added security and peace of mind.

5 LED alerts for sound-activated lights

Five LEDs on the MBP36 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.

Room temperature monitor

The MBP36's transmitter is equipped with a room temperature sensor which is reported on the receiver's LCD display, so you can ensure that it never gets too hot or too cold for your little one.

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

The strong wireless range of the MBP36 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.

Pan, tilt, and zoom

Control the MBP36's camera remotely to pan, tilt, and zoom the video image as needed.

Five lullabies built in

Lull your baby to sleep with one of five polyphonic lullabies programmed into the MBP36.

Note: The switch on the MBP36 should be operated as per the user guide – "Press and hold power button for 1 second to switch on or off".

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Audio monitoring
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Audio technology 2.4 GHz FHSS DECT 6.0 2.4 GHz FHSS 2.4 GHz FHSS DECT 6.0 2.4 GHz FHSS DECT 6.0 DECT 6.0
Video screen size 2.4 inches 3.5 inches 2.4 inches 1.5 inches 1.8 inches
Maximum range 200 metres 300 metres 200 metres 200 metres 150 metres 150 metres 300 metres 300 metres
Out-of-range alert
Night light
Visual noise level alert
Lullaby player
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)

Box Contains

1 x Parent unit
1 x Baby unit
1 x User guide
1 x Quick start guide
2 x Rechargeable batteries (for parent unit)
1 x Power adapter for parent unit and baby unit

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

153 of 159 people found the following review helpful By AmazonShopper on 19 Feb. 2012
Format: Baby Product
We researched lots of monitors and eventually went for this one. We're first time parents of a 7 week old and first impressions of this video monitor are that it has been designed by people who understand what parents want, and it meets our needs very well. While I can't tell you how it compares to other options I haven't tried, I'll summarise why we like it...

Key concerns I had in choosing a video monitor over an audio one were the range and battery life which typically suffer:

RANGE - This one claims to have 300m outdoors and 50m indoors in perfect conditions, on the box (must be a newer version than the tech spec listed on Amazon). We live in a 4 bed 1950s brick built house and the range is fine. We can reach from the front bedroom upstairs to nearly the bottom of our good-sized garden, which meets our needs. The unit beeps every 5 seconds to warn you when out of range.
Interference - No problems so far. The instructions include warnings about being too near to (= 1 metre from) wireless networks (e.g. routers), bluetooth and microwave ovens. However ours doesn't seem to have a problem with our router (or vice versa) so far.

BATTERY - Battery life is never going to be as good as an audio monitor because of the power needed for the screen. However you don't need the screen on permanently when doing stuff round the house (the whole point of a baby monitor), so it will automatically turn off after 2 minutes when on battery (according to the instructions - when we timed it, it took 4 minutes?). Other reviewers have stated that it will come back on again if the baby moves or makes a noise but this doesn't seem to work for us and there's no mention of it in the instructions (maybe it stays on while there is movement/noise?).
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Deckard on 14 Aug. 2013
Format: Baby Product Verified Purchase
Ok so we needed a baby monitor, and as technology has now advanced far enough to offer us digital video monitors, this made the most sense. And like most people I looked around, read reviews and was bombarded with such extremes that it was impossible to make a choice. In the end after watching a youtube review of this and seeing it in action, I just went for it. And I'm glad to say that it is an absolutely awesome bit of equipment. So awesome, that I felt the need to come and write it up to help out any potential buyers that are being put off the low star ratings. It's incredibly intuitively controlled, and really easy to set up. Basically put the camera in the room (I've wall mounted ours) switch it on, then do the same with the monitor unit, and you're set up. Here's broadly what it does:

1. You can see your baby, cot, and room (VERY clearly) on a large colour screen.
2. In a pitch black room, it uses night vision, which is incredible. Literally no different to a room in full light.
3. From your viewing unit, you can rotate the camera left and right, and arc it 180 degrees top to bottom, providing virtually full coverage, and enmabling you to place it in any position (wall mount, or on a side somwhere)
4. From the viewing unit, you can do a 2x digital zoom to get in closer. You can see your baby breathing, and even whether his eyes are open
5. From viewing unit you can turn on about 6 lullaby melodies that play through the base unit. These are great, varied, and play at a decent volume too. Perfect for inducing some kip.
6. Viewing unit also has a volume control, enabling you to hear the faintest of noises. Basically you don't miss a single sound.
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92 of 103 people found the following review helpful By Mark Dawis on 25 July 2013
Format: Baby Product Verified Purchase
I've done extensive research before deciding to buy this unit. Reading online reviews and comparing different units I've come to conclusion that this is currently the best on the market and offers exactly what I need.
Good points:
- Setup is idiot proof. Plug in camera and turn it on. Turn on video monitor and the picture show up immediately.
- Boot up time of the monitor is fast, Maybe second or two
- Excellent coverage - From bedroom upstairs in the front of the house I was getting excellent signal in the garden at the back of the house. Impressive as its better than my own broadband wireless signal
- No interference! I was a bit worried about this unit as its running on 2.4GHz. No problems. No interference with my wifi router or my Bluetooth speakers and Bluetooth headset
- Night vision - useful. Don't expect amazing picture but it works and that is the point.
- You can remotely pan, tilt and zoom, very useful. I didn't realise I would be using this but now that I have it I would not be without it.

Bad points:
- Monitoring unit is poor quality build , it's very plasticky, I have feeling if you drop it on the floor it will shatter in 100 pieces.
- Screen actually brings down what is rather good camera. We are looking at product made my Motorola , successful phone maker. And yet here display screen is as poor as you can get. No, this is not your HD IPS screen, this is very low resolution and very bad viewing angle screen. Unless you are looking at it head on you won't see details. Really surprised by this. Its basically 20+ year old tft screen. And reason why they can do this is because competition is not doing anything better. Motorola is selling 20 year old junk technology at premium price.
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