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Baby Monitors – Very Comforting For Parents

By Ken Dragki

For a parent, nothing is more important than the welfare of their child. Especially when the child is still an infant.

A baby monitor allows you to remotely look after your baby as he sleeps or plays with his toys. It’s very helpful and convenient nowadays to have a video baby monitor as it helps you keep an eye on your baby.

The video baby monitor features a simplex radio transmitter and receiver system. This system includes a microphone, which is positioned near your baby so it can pick up any sounds that your baby is making, and a receiver which you can carry around the house with you. Most video baby monitors will have self-filtering microphones for superior sound clarity.

A hand held video baby monitor will also be available with a belt clip or a flip stand to help you to conveniently carry it around or place it somewhere close to you. More advanced models have added features like movement sensors and vibrating alert on the receiver.

The frequency used by the devices usually lies in the range of 49-50 megahertz, though some models can go as high as 900 MHz. As with all wireless transmission systems either the possibility that a receiver used by an authorized could pick up the transmissions. To aid this many models allow either bands. A wireless baby monitor doesn’t have any wire or cord attached to it.

The batteries are the major source of power for the baby monitors. The transmitter stays with the infant crib and is usually plugged into a socket.

There’s two types of audio baby monitors: analog and digital. Analog monitors traditionally were subject to lots of interference from other household items that gave off a wireless signal. While this still can be true of cheaper analog monitors, today most have hundreds channel enabling you to select one that will have less interference.

Learn more about Levana Baby Monitor . Stop by Ken Dragki’s site where you can find out all about Levana Baby Monitor and what it can do for you.

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Dragki, Ken "Baby Monitors – Very Comforting For Parents." Baby Monitors – Very Comforting For Parents. 1 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 17 Aug 2015 <http://uberarticles.com/home-and-family/parenting/baby-monitors-very-comforting-for-parents/>.

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