Baby monitor checklist
created on Oct 6, 2014
Use a baby monitor to check up on your little one while you are in a different room, or at the neighbours. Monitoring is typically via sounds but more advanced baby monitors also transmit video. A baby monitor will have one or more transmitter and one or more receiver. Some also have a "talk back feature" which allows you to comfort your baby while in a different room. Typically, a transmitter is placed within 10 feet of your baby for best pickup of his cooing, gurgles or cries. A video monitor transmitter should be placed where it can be pointed at the crib. Some even allow night vision so that you can monitor the baby while sleeping.
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