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Samsung Secure View Baby Monitor

by Samsung
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  • Samsung's digital wireless technology provides excellent image quality and clarity; Virtually eliminates interference using a secure and private signal; Up to 350 feet wireless open space transmission range
  • Listen in with exceptional sound clarity; Safety warning feature on monitor notifies you when the camera is out of range of the transmitter
  • Two-way audio communication; Camera temperature display on monitor; Built-in music player with 4 different tunes; The actual range may vary depending on the use environment
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions11.9 x 9.6 x 5 inches
OriginChina
UPC855726002230
Item model numberSEW-3035WN
Batteries requiredNo
Standing screen display size3.5 inches
Display typeLCD
  
Additional Information
ASINB004U5BTJC
Best Sellers Rank #54,546 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.8 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

The Secure View baby monitor comes with a high quality camera that could be placed on top of tables and mounted on walls. It has a 2x digital zoom and it cable of recording under night time conditions. The camera also comes with a temperature sensor that can be set to alert you if the temperate drops or rises too much. It is powered by A/C power or by 3 (AA) batteries. You can link up to four cameras to the Secure View 's parent unit.

Customer Reviews

I would rate this 0 stars if possible.
Minnesota Chick
Very good product, high image quality also during night with IR.
Gianluca Battistoni
I would probably buy the Motorola monitor after.
Baby Stotmore

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By engineer_dad on November 6, 2011
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When our baby daughter reached 6 months of age and outgrew her bassinet, 'twas time for her to move to her nursery and sleep in her crib. My wife and I started looking for a baby video monitor - our requirements were digital transmission (clearer picture), 5GHz (to minimize interference), 3.5" screen (easy viewability), good day and night video quality (picture clarity and contrast), easy pan/zoom controls (no fumbling with sleepy eyes!) and range (our bedroom is 50ft away down the corridor from the nursery). We didn't need a temperature sensor since another unit (Angelcare baby movement/sound monitor) does a decent job.

We did extensive research and selected The First Years Home and Away Portable Video Monitor. It met most of these needs except for 5GHz transmission (works at 2.4 GHz). The key feature that attracted us to that monitor was their claim of 650 ft range, clear transmission. Alas - the range was not even 10% of what was advertised (loss of video at just 40ft away with minimal wall/furniture interference), rendering the product quite unusable.

We started looking for video monitors with an *external antenna* hoping that this would solve the range problem and selected the Samsung SecureVIEW baby monitor. We are pleased to note that it does seem to have a longer range. We can now watch our baby in her nursery from our bedroom (~50ft) on most occasions. Moving the unit by 10 more feet causes more frequent "out or range" beeps and video loss.

Overall pros of this monitor: (1) Good range (2) Clear picture (3) Beautiful screen (afterall who else in the industry would you trust to make a good LCD screen?
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Christi on May 4, 2012
The picture is good, the audio is clear, but there's a serious design flaw with this monitor that took it from loved to hated in about 20 minutes here. The receiver has two kinds of alert when noise is detected: a beep when it's audible, and four vibrations when it's muted. The sensitivity on this thing, though, is THROUGH THE ROOF. If he so much as twitches in his sleep, BUZZ BUZZ BUZZ BUZZ. On the advice of Samsung tech support, we lowered the sensitivity all the way and only got a teensy bit of reduction in when it buzzes.

If they would have put in an option to completely disable the alert feature, this would rock as a monitor. However, since there's no way to tell it to hush short of turning it off, it's come close to obtaining escape velocity in this house several times.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 19, 2013
Typical Samsung focused on fancy technology with total disregard for user happiness. Yes it has a nice screen and infrared and multiple camera options, whatever. But the control of the features is horrible. As others have said, the "trigger alert" is the worst crime - this is where the monitor doesn't just let you hear your baby but it also makes an obnoxious alert if it picks up any sound, so you can't even hear the baby groan or whatever thanks to the stupid alert. And you can't turn that feature off, you can only turn down the sensitivity level and choose between the annoying vibration or annoying beeping. The volume control and brightness control on the monitor are way way too high - they were apparently set up by engineers in a loud office, not somebody in a dark room and possibly trying to sleep. So the monitor sits there blazing bright and buzzing or beeping at you if the baby makes a noise, when really you just want to know if he's crying or just fussing and be able to look at the screen. Then for some dumb reason the monitor's menu buttons also beep loudly with each press, so good luck adjusting the monitor near the camera where you need to be (i.e. near a sleeping baby). Finally the temperature sensor is the most ridiculous feature - ours was off by 14 degrees F! It started fine but after a few hours it said the baby's room was at 90 degrees. I ran in with another thermometer to find it was just 76 degrees. The tech service guy said to send it to California for repair. What a terrible customer service concept - the only thing worse I could say is worse than having bought a brand new crappy camera system is then having to pay to ship it across the country and NOT HAVE IT for several weeks.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 10, 2013
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Like the others have said, there's no way (at least, no apparent way) to stop the beeping or vibrating. If the baby makes a noise, it's going to happen. The thermometer seems to be way off too (like other have said).

But those aren't the only problems.

The firmware on this thing is horrible. If you want to zoom in, you need to press a button to get to a menu page where a list of truly incomprehensible pictograms pops up, scroll through the list until you find the zoom function, select zoom, toggle to 2x, confirm, then press the menu button again. SO, that's at least 7 or 8 button presses for something that should take no more than one press. And that's for almost every function on this thing (temperature, alarms, etc). It's just not a very usable monitor.

We could overlook those flaws, though, because it had some nice features: good screen, good sound, a light on the camera. Because of the terrible firmware, though, other functions seemed like too much of a hassle (skype, for example).

But the last straw was when the battery failed to keep its charge only after about 4 months. It is to be expected (though it happened pretty fast), but that's not the end of the story. When we looked to replace the battery, we found that it's a proprietary battery with no replacement available for purchase! What in the world were they thinking when they put this together?

We returned it. I feel better about buying a cheaper, simpler monitor that will actually work.
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