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Samsung SEW-3037W SafeVIEW Baby Monitoring System IR Night Vision PTZ 3.5 Inch.

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  • 3.5 inch high quality color LCD display, secure and interference free 2.4Ghz signal, VGA(640x480) resolution
  • Remote control pan, tilt and zoom, remote controlled built-in night light to sooth little one to sleep, time display
  • 2-Way Talk Audio/Built-in Mic and Speaker, quiet mode to remove white background noise, expandable up to 4 cameras
  • Pure digital signal up to 900 inch
  • Night vision allows for low light viewing up to 15ft, Non-visible IR LEDs, Low battery warning
  • 3.5" high quality color LCD display, secure and interference free 2.4Ghz signal, VGA(640x480) resolution
  • Remote control pan, tilt and zoom, remote controlled built-in night light to sooth little one to sleep, time display
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Samsung Ultra View Baby Monitor
The Samsung ultra view monitor is an easy to use wireless video baby monitoring system that comes with a large 3.5" LCD monitor with 640 x 480 via resolution to provide crisp and clear video. Learn more.
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Samsung SEW-3037W Wireless Pan Tilt Video Baby Monitor Infrared Night Vision and Zoom

With just the touch of a button from the parent unit, you can adjust the view remotely as needed
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Pan, Tilt, and Zoom (PTZ)

Samsung knows most new parents get stiff necks from staring in awe at the child in their arms. SafeVIEW gives you a chance to stretch a bit ─ but still enjoy your favorite view. The parent monitor features simple controls that direct the camera to zoom in and out, pan to 300° left and right, or tilt 100° up or down. In the nursery, PTZ lets you point the camera to see if the baby is really asleep, know when the covers get kicked off, keep track of others in the room, or check if the door is closed. So go ahead, do some neck and shoulder rolls, and know that SafeVIEW has you covered!

Night Vision & Remote Night-Light

The Samsung SafeVIEW camera has night vision capability up to 15 feet using invisible infrared LED lights, so you can keep an eye on your baby even in low-light conditions. The camera’s sensors detect light levels and adjust the image for optimal picture. When nighttime is just a little too dark for your baby’s peace of mind, use your parent monitor to remotely activate the soft, calming night-light if the room needs a little glow.

Pure Digital Signal Up to 900 ft. & Two-Way Talk. Quiet Mode.

The Pure Digital Signal utilizes 2.4 GHz frequency to provide secure and interference-free video. Unlike other devices, the Pure Digital Signal cannot be interrupted by wireless routers, microwaves, or cordless phones. Be assured that, within a range of 900 feet*, you have the freedom to do what you need to around the house without losing contact with your little one. The monitor displays an “Out of Range” warning should it ever lose contact with the camera. * Range depends on obstacles between camera and monitor. The Samsung SafeVIEW monitor goes beyond just listening. Its built-in mic lets you coo back, sing a lullaby or let your little wonder know you’re close by or on your way. The voice activated (VOX) Quiet Mode reduces white ambient noise that comes through the monitor. Set the sound sensitivity level to be alerted only to the sounds that really matter.

Sound Level LEDs. Sleep Mode. & Easy to Use. Expandable.

Don’t want to miss even the softest coos? The monitor’s Sound Level Indicator flashes LED lights when sound is detected. The louder the sound, the more LEDS, so even in a noisy room, you’ll know when baby needs attention. The SafeVIEW Monitoring System is easy to set up and even easier to use. The camera runs on A/C power while the monitor uses an internal rechargeable battery. Just charge and go. Samsung’s custom, user-friendly interface makes navigating through the options a snap. The system can monitor up to 3 additional cameras. In Scan Mode, the screen alternates between views from each camera at continual, pre-set intervals. Press the Sleep button to turn off the monitor screen and save battery power. The monitor will continue to detect sound around the camera even when the screen is off. Simply press any button to turn the screen on again.

SafeVIEW Wireless Video Baby Monitor At A Glance:
  • 3.5 inches high quality color LCD display
  • VGA(640 x 480) resolution
  • Secure and interference free 2.4Ghz FHSS signal
  • Pure digital signal up to 900'(274m)
  • Remote control pan, tilt, and zoom
  • Remote controlled built-in night light to sooth little one to sleep
  • Night vision allows for low light viewing up to 15ft with non-visiable IR LEDs
  • Two-way talk audio/built-in mic & speaker
  • Monitor LEDs indicate five levels of sound
  • Flip stand with belt clip
  • Quiet mode to remove white background noise
  • Low battery warning
  • Uses A/C power and rechargeable battery (only parent unit)
  • Expandable up to four cameras

What's in the box

1 x Wireless PTZ Camera, 1 x Wireless Monitor, 1 x Camera Adapter, 1 x Monitor Adapter, User Manual, 1-Year Warranty Card, 1 Screw & 1 Plastic Anchor

Product Name & Model
SEW-3036W
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VOX (Voice Operated Switch)
Out of Range Alert
Sound Level Indicator
Infrared Night Vision
Two-Way Talk (Communication)
Expandable System - Additional Camera Up to 4
Built-in Belt Clip
Remote Pan and Tilt


Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1.1 pounds
Product Dimensions4.5 x 11.2 x 9.5 inches
OriginThailand
UPC855726002513
Item model numberSEW-3037W
Safety warningSTRANGULATION HAZARD
Batteries requiredNo
Standing screen display size3.5 inches
Display typeLCD
  
Technical Specification
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]
Additional Information
ASINB00A4K8FX0
Best Sellers Rank #1,792 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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349 of 366 people found the following review helpful By Cynthia K. on December 1, 2012
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I have been using a Motorola MBP36 for almost 1 year (purchased on December 2011), and it died on me last month. I have to say MBP36 is quite decent unit until it is broken. Motorola's customer service is absolutely horrible, and they will replace your broken unit with another broken unit. I finally give up with all the hassle and decided to look for another baby monitor. I came up across that Samsung recently released new baby monitors, so I tried SEW-3036, but without pan and tilt, it was no use to me.

Between SEW-3036 and SEW-3037, the price different is $50 and that's the price for pan and tilt function with night light. The parent unit of SEW-3036 and SEW-3037 have very similar design, button layout, and function. In SEW-3037's product description, it advertised as 900 foot coverage when 3036 has 800 foot coverage. But to me, it was pretty much same.

Let's compare between SEW-3037 and MBP36 here:

Resolution: SEW-3037 < MBP36
With level 5 brightness setting, MBP36 looks more colorful than SEW-3037. SEW-3037 is clam and darker display. If you will constantly check the monitor, SEW-3037 will be better because MBP36 is too bright and color smudges when you stare it for long time.

Interface: SEW-3037 > MBP36
Button layout of 3037 is way much better than MBP36 because when you control the baby camera, MBP36 is giving you a hard time since navigation control is located in the left side as vertical line. I always confused with up and down (top two buttons) and right and left (bottom two buttons). On the other hand, 3037's navigation control is round shape which is pretty common for controlling pan and tilt camera and easy to control. Clearly, for controlling the camera unit, 3037 is the winner.
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508 of 536 people found the following review helpful By B on February 21, 2013
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67 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Leo on February 8, 2014
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Baby monitors are all about peace of mind and security. They need to do their job and they need to be reliable.

When it's working, the 3037W does a good job, nice picture and audio quality, nice screen, good features.

The problem is in reliability.

The 3037W suffers from multiple faults in reliability that make it undependable.
1. "Out of Range" error. Out of no where the unit loses connection to the camera and starts beeping telling you it is "Out of Range". It notifies you with convenient beeping sound. The fix is easy also, put the unit into "pairing mode" then press the button under the camera to reconnect, what could be easier? The problem is when this happens at 3AM, your baby is asleep and the camera is ceiling mounted above the crib! At 3am, go an climd a ladder (above your baby) remove the camera, press a button and put it back without waking the baby. Thank you Samsung for making this so easy.

2. Random freezing. Sometimes it just stops working and doesn't tell you at all. It just freezes the image and stops working. Imagine you're asleep and you hear a screaming baby. You look at your baby monitor and your child appears to be comfortably fast asleep. You turn it off and back on and WHAM your child is screaming their head off and you have no idea how long they may have been crying for since the *expletive* monitor just froze for no reason.

3. Battery life. When it was new, the battery was good, now, after a long and arduous service life of 3 months, the battery life is down to ~30 minutes. We pretend that it doesn't have a battery and move the charger around with it wherever we go.

I came to Amazon this morning to buy a new baby monitor and decided I better write a review to warn others of what they may experience with their units. I'm sure there are others who have had delightful heartwarming experiences with their monitor, but that's not us. Thank you Samsung for numerous sleepless night!
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281 of 312 people found the following review helpful By Peas on Earth on December 6, 2012
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Another reviewer did a beautiful comparison with the motorola PTZ (pan tilt zoom) unit, and based on that review I decided to try this monitor, not the motorola. However, there were aspects of this monitor I was not happy with, so I also purchased the summer infant touch, and compared them side by side for a few days. Here are my thoughts following this experiment:

- INTERFACE-Zoom: I use caps for this one and put it first, because that was probably the most important issue for me. The time I use a monitor most (I've had one with a smaller screen for almost 2 years) is at night. At night, one doesn't want to think much. The first thing I noticed on the samsung is that it took *6* key presses navigating through the menu to toggle the zoom. Really??? Yes... At that many presses, I found the zoom feature basically useless. In the summer infant, you touch the screen to turn the menu on, and the zoom is right there - one touch. Beautiful.

- Interface-other: Generally, I found the Summer infant easier, more pleasant, and faster to navigate. For instance, the sleep option on the samsung (toggle video off/on) is a small button on the middle right. You have to feel for it in the dark. In the summer infant, it's the biggest button on the top, middle. Kinda like where you'd want a snooze, trivial to hit without even looking. Volume controls are about equivalent, perhaps a touch easier on the summer infant. Both require about 5 menu clicks to switch between cameras, but it feels easier to do with the summer infant. Both have a "scan through cameras automatically" feature. Lastly, at night, the summer infant menu lights up on the screen with big icons, in a nice blue. Very very easy to navigate in the dark. With the samsung, you're kinda feeling your way around the navigation.
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