Nowadays, parents have numerous technological tools to ensure the safety of their babies. Thus, you have the choice of nanny cameras and
Generally speaking, a
- Transmitter – This is equipped with a sensitive microphone, which can pick up the sounds coming from the baby. Usually, it will be placed near the baby’s crib on a shelf for better uptake of sounds.
- Receiver – This is equipped with a speaker, which is then carried by the baby’s caregiver or placed near him/her. It can receive the signals from the transmitter, thus, alerting the caregiver as to the baby’s movements.
Depending on the model, a monitor can be the basic type (uni-directional) or more advanced in that parents can talk back to the infant (bi-directional) and even play music via remote control. Still others have video capability that allows parents to actually “look in on” their young wards from the other side of the house.
Of course, the
You should also consider that the reception on a monitor may not be crystal clear as want it to be. This is because there are numerous interferences that can and will affect reception from electronic products to normal conversation. So, again, even with a
Monitor Shopping Secrets:
Despite these challenges, you will still want to consider a
- Look at your needs and home. If you want the works, then go for a
baby monitorwith audio and video capabilities as well as one that lights up in place of sounds. This is in case you want to turn down the audio to work on some papers. You should also look to a clip-on receiver if you move around a large house.
- Look at your appliances and gadgets. As much as possible, purchase a monitor with a different frequency than those of your appliances, your phones and even your neighbors’ monitors. The best way to do this is often to go digital.
With the right choice of a