You always want the confidence that baby is resting safe and sound. That’s why, the Secure Coverage Monitor has crystal clear digital connection, so you can clearly hear even the quietest whimper, without fear of interference from your phone or wireless network. With up to 2000 ft household coverage and exclusive vibration notification technology, you always know when baby needs you.
This monitor is perfect for both parents. You can pretty much use it throughout your entire house with little interference! Plus the sleek design looks good in any nursery.
This monitor comes with several thoughtful details, including:
- Sound lights and exclusive vibration alert to see, hear and feel baby’s call
- Exclusive Graco® vibration technology can be turned on & off
- Secure digital technology provides optimal clarity, performance and privacy
- Low battery alarm reminds you to charge the parent unit
- Belt clip gives active parents wear-it-anywhere convenience
- Battery back up in child unit for added peace of mind
Monitors 101: Helpful Tips from Graco
1. Monitor Noise: Why do you hear static?
The two main causes for static are a due to weak signals and/or interference.
- Static – The further the parent unit is from the nursery unit, the greater the chances for static.
- Interference – there are many things that disrupt your monitor’s reception. Other channels, background noise, other electronics, low batteries, construction/Furniture/Plants, the sun all can affect the parent unit.
2. Privacy: Not all monitors are private
There are two types of monitors – analog and digital.
- Analog – simple, continuous sound transmission at a fixed frequency. Note, some video monitors are analog, so both the audio and video signals will not NOT be secure.
- Digital – clear, secure connection that offers privacy and virtually eliminates static and interference.
3. Batteries: Understanding rechargeable vs. non-rechargeable
There are two types of batteries – rechargeable and non-rechargeable.
- Rechargeable Batteries – First use: charge the rechargeable batteries for at least 16 hours before first use. Parent units should be able to run 8-10 hours before needing a recharge.
- Non-Rechargeable Batteries- Do NOT mix old and new batteries. Check or replace backup batteries on nursery units periodically (just like you should check the batteries on your smoke alarms regularly)