Baby Monitors are one of those must-have items for any conscientious parent. Baby monitors are used by millions of families all over the world as a device to help them watch over baby while they are in a different room. They are available in a wide variety of styles, from audio monitors to models with video monitors and movement sensors.
Video monitors that have night vision mode will switch to this mode automatically in the dark. Video Monitors enable you to actually see and hear your child on a TV screen. Video baby monitors gives us the knowledge of two of our senses sight and sound verses the standard sound monitor which gives us only one. Video monitor models can include: automatic camera scanning, infrared night vision technology, LCD displays, multiple cameras, and various screen sizes. Video baby monitors let you view your baby without disturbing sleep or play. Video monitors provide more information than audio monitors, allowing parents to decide whether the baby needs attention or is just making noises while asleep. The camera then films him as he sleeps and when he cries the programme you're watching on television is automatically interrupted, and switches to the view of the baby video.
With any electronic gadget, there are an abundance of extra features that come with baby monitors, and a price range match. With all the extra features available, the selection of a baby monitor can be as difficult as choosing a name for your precious bundle of joy. They continue to evolve and now also can utilize features such as night lights and built-in lullabies.
There are two main monitor types, which are analog and digital. Analog monitors operate on a particular frequency band, much like a radio, sending signals from monitor to receiver in a straight shot. Analog monitors tend to be among the least expensive; however, they are also the most prone to interference. Analog baby monitors generally use the 49 mHZ or 900 mHz frequency, and it's a little like a radio channel in that you might get a lot of static and interference from other things nearby that are trying to use the same channel.
Digital monitors use digital communication in their link between the mobile station and the base station. Digital monitors encode the signal as it travels between the monitor and the receiver, making it nearly impossible for the sounds to be heard by others, and reduces the possibility of running into interference from other electronic devices. Digital audio wireless systems using DECT, are resistant to interference and have a range up to 300 m. Digital Monitors offer the utmost in privacy, as the signal is encoded so that no one else can hear. Video devices have also taken advantage of the current technology of the Internet. Some baby monitors have video capabilities so are great for watching your baby from a remote location - maybe other room around the home or out in the garden etc.
Baby monitors are an easy and effective way to make sure your baby is safe even when you are out of the room.