Motorola Remote Wireless Video Baby Monitor
Watch Them Dream
The Motorola MBP36S is a wireless video baby monitor that enables you to always keep an eye on things. The crystal clear two-way audio feature allows you to very clearly communicate as if you are in the same room with your little one. Rest assured that they are always safe and sound with the large 3.5 inch diagonal color screen, remote pan, tilt, and zoom, and infrared night vision for keeping an eye on things in very low light levels. The multiple camera viewing with picture-in-picture and auto-switch screen options allow you to add additional cameras to enable you to keep an eye on the entire family in up to 4 rooms of your home. With Motorola’s MBP36S you’re free to watch them dream.
2.4GHz FHSS Technology with Two-Way Communication
The MBP36S’ 2.4GHz FHSS technology offers a more reliable wireless connection compared to older wireless technologies. Upgraded wireless technology means much better range and less chance of missing something important happening in the home due to a weak or dropped signal. Encrypted audio offers added security and peace of mind. The Motorola MBP36S also features crystal clear enhanced two-way audio so you’re able to speak or sing to your baby or to clearly communicate with a partner from another room.
Color LCD Screen with Pan, Tilt, and Zoom Function
A full-color 3.5 inch diagonal LCD display shows real-time video and sound in your baby’s room. Five LEDs on the MBP36S baby monitor indicate the level of sound activity in the room, keeping you informed of what’s going on visually as well as audibly. Control the MBP36S’ camera remotely to pan, tilt, and zoom the video image as needed.
Room Temperature Monitor, Infrared Night Vision, and Five Built-In Lullabies
The MBP36S is equipped with a room temperature display so that you can ensure that it never gets too hot or too cold for your little one. Infrared night vision helps keep you connected with what’s going on in your baby’s room without any lights to disturb little sleepers. In addition, you can calm your little one with the sound of your choice of 5 soothing polyphonic lullabies.
“Out-of-Range” and “Low Battery” Alerts
The superior wireless range of the MBP36S lets you keep connected to your baby up to 590 feet 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. A low battery alert also sounds when it’s time to recharge the battery.
Monitor Multiple Rooms Simultaneously
The Motorola MBP36S is enhanced with multiple camera viewing options with picture-in-picture and auto-switch functions. If you have multiple cameras (sold separately), you can view them all simultaneously on one split screen or a timed auto-switch from one room to another.
What’s in the Box
- Parent Unit
- Baby Unit
- User’s Guide
- Quick Start Guide
- Rechargeable Battery Pack (For Parent Unit)
- Power Adapter (For Parent Unit)
- Power Adapter (For Baby Unit)
- 2.4 GHz FHSS wireless technology
- 3.5″ color LCD parent monitor
- Remote pan, tilt and zoom
- Enhanced crystal clear two-way communication
- Infared night vision, room temperature monitor and five lullabies
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