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Video Bay Monitor Allows You To See Your Baby

By Ken Dragki

Basically, a baby monitor is a device that monitors the activities of the baby while you are otherwise occupied. There are audio and audio-visual baby monitors as well as specialized ones that can even sense the body movements of the baby.

Instead of getting an audio-only baby monitor, it is better to go for a baby monitor with a camera, so you can actually visualize your baby’s activities. These come either black & white or color. Picture quality varies, especially in low-light conditions. Since your baby is probably going to be sleeping in a darkened room, check that the low-light picture quality is sufficient.

Baby monitors are either mains or battery operated. Mains operated monitors are very simple and the cheapest, but you must be positioned near a plug both in the nursery and in the parent’s room. The battery operated monitors are portable so can be positioned anywhere, some of them come with rechargeable batteries which can also save on the expense. Decide on a one-way or two-way system. A one-way monitor allows you to hear your child, while a two-way monitor allows your child to hear you as well.

Baby monitors are either mains or battery operated. Mains operated monitors are very simple and the cheapest, but you must be positioned near a plug both in the nursery and in the parent’s room. The battery operated monitors are portable so can be positioned anywhere, some of them come with rechargeable batteries which can also save on the expense. Decide on a one-way or two-way system. A one-way monitor allows you to hear your child, while a two-way monitor allows your child to hear you as well.

If your home is large pick a monitor that has a wide range. This goes for any type of baby monitor – audio, video, or breathing. Make sure you know the square footage of your home and buy a monitor that will be able to reach from where your baby is to where you are.

When you choose your video monitor you can select from a black and white or color monitor. You can also choose to have night vision on your monitor. This is probably a prudent option because you’ll want to “look in” on your baby while your baby is sleeping at night. A color monitor may make it easier for you to see details of your baby.

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