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The Angelcare Sound Monitor provides continuous or voice-activated transmission at a range up to 820 feet so you can always hear your baby's sounds. It features eight channels to reduce interference and provide clear sounds. For convenience, the nursery and parent units can operate with either AC adapters or batteries, and offers features such as temperature display and a soothing night-light.
The Angelcare Sound Monitor provides continuous or voice-activated transmission at a range up to 820 feet. View larger.
The Angelcare Sound Monitor allows parents and caregivers to listen to their child's sounds. Whether you choose continuous sound monitoring or the voice-activated option, the sound monitor offers a range of up to 820 feet. The "out of range" indicator lets you know when connection is lost between parent and nursery unit.
The monitor works on eight channels and 927 MHz frequency for a clearer, more reliable sound quality. You can also adjust the microphone sensitivity on the nursery unit and customize volume level on the parent unit. A handy low-battery indicator lets you know when it's time to charge or replace the batteries.
The Monitor's Nursery Unit can be plugged in with the AC adapter or run on four AAA batteries (not included). The parent unit uses four NIMH rechargeable batteries (included) and can be recharged on its stand with an AC adapter. In case of power failure, the two units will automatically switch to battery power.
The easy-to-use Sound Monitor is great for use around the house. Featuring a convenient belt clip, the parent unit includes a nursery temperature display and sound indicator lights. The nursery unit's night-light provides a pleasant glow for your child's room.
The Angelcare Sound Monitor is backed by a manufacturer's limited one-year warranty.
Based in Montreal, Angelcare designs and manufactures baby monitors and other baby safety products that help new parents and caregivers reduce their anxiety. Started in 1997 by a new father, Angelcare's first baby movement monitor utilized technology that could distinguish a baby's slightest movement. Angelcare Monitors are currently available around the world and include movement, sound, and video capabilities. The company continues to develop new products that make life easier and less stressful for new parents.See more products from Angelcare
Parent unit with four rechargeable batteries, nursery unit, two AC adapters, charging base, and instruction manual.
Movement and Sound Monitor
Movement and Sound Monitor Deluxe Plus
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This was the second baby monitor we tried and I'm so glad I returned the other brand! This monitor so far (1 month in of using it at night time) the sound is very clear and does... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Kate Brittain
Temperature gauge is hit or miss but this item works great. Does what it needs to do.Published 6 days ago by gdubcle
Works great. The temperature takes a little while to register after turning on, but still great.Published 6 days ago by Scott Brett
Works well from a good distance. Easy to set up. Like the recharging station. Didn't want all the bells and whistles that so many come with these days, just wanted to hear when... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Laura
I received this monitor as a gift with my first child. I liked it, it was simple and worked fine. However, it stopped charging after about 18 months. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Dillonn
Saves lots of steps checking on the loved one. The range is great, I can be doing yard work and still hear everything.Published 14 days ago by moses_b
We got this when our firstborn baby was born a year ago (July 2013). The core functionality works great: i.e. Read morePublished 16 days ago by J. A. Dueck
The monitor came without instructions. The display also doesn't function well (I can only read the bottom 2/3 of each number). Read morePublished 17 days ago by Emily Umpleby