Anmeate video baby monitor made it to our list of top non-wifi baby monitors and ranked behind Infant Optics DXR 8 and Eufy Spaceview baby monitor. It is a FHSS baby monitor that has all the great features you’d want in a video baby monitor including sound-activation feature (VOX) that limits EMF radiation and increases the battery life.
Anmeate is manufactured by Anmeate, a Chinese manufacturer based in Shenzhen.
It is a very light baby monitor weighing just 422 grams making it very easy to travel with.
Anmeate Video Review
Check out these two videos of Anmeate unboxing and review:
Features of Anmeate Video Baby Monitor:
- Range: Long-range of up to 900 ft. Anmeate video baby monitor range is longer than most non-wifi baby monitors such as Eufy and Infant Optics DXR 8. When the monitor is out of range, you get a warning that it is out of range.
- Digital Zoom: If you are a big fan of getting finer details in pictures or videos, you can take advantage of Anmeate’s 2x digital zoom feature.
- Temperature sensors – Anmeate’s camera has an inbuilt temperature sensor which senses the temperature in the baby’s nursery, letting you know when it’s too hot (over 90°F) or too cold (below 55°F). With this sensor, you can rest easy knowing that the temperature conditions are good and knowing that Anmeate can alert you in case of any issues.
- Lullabies: Anmeate comes with pre-programmed lullabies: Using the parent unit, you can choose to play polyphonic lullabies to your baby.
- Sound Activated: Anmeate is sound-activated and only transmits data or video signals if the baby makes noise above a certain threshold. Sound activated baby monitors/VOX baby monitors emit less EMF radiation and have longer battery life.
Anmeate Vs. Babysense
Anmeate and Babysense are both non-wifi baby monitors that made it to our list of best baby monitors without wifi in 2019. Anmeate and Babysense both use FHSS transmission technology.
The table below shows the differences between Anmeate and Babysense.
|Has 2.4-inch screen||Have both 2.4-inch and |
3.2-inch screen monitors
|FHSS technology||FHSS technology|
|900 ft. range||900 ft. range, relatively|
|Supports up to 4 cameras||Supports up to 4 cameras|
|2x Zoom||2x Zoom|
|Cheaper in price||More expensive|
|4.3/5 rating on Amazon||3.8/5 rating on Amazon|
|2-way talk||2-way talk|
|Autio infrared||Auto infrared|
|Check Price||Check Price|
Where to purchase Anmeate Video Baby Monitor
Anmeate video baby monitor is available on Amazon. You can check its current price on Amazon today using the link below:
Anmeate Video Baby Monitor, Add-on Camera
Anmeate can support up to 4 cameras making it ideal for monitoring twins or multiple babies.
- Compatible with ANMEATE Video Monitor SM24
- Manual Pan: 360 degrees
- Tilt: 60 degrees
Anmeate Baby Monitor Manual
You can check out the manual of Anmeate here.
How to pair Anmeate Baby Monitor
Follow the steps below to pair your baby monitor with Anmeate camera:
- Press the Menu key on the parent unit of the parent unit/Anmeate baby monitor and a menu will pop up.
- Press the LEFT key or RIGHT key until the camera icon is highlighted
- Press the UP key or DOWN key to select the desired camera to pair.
- Press the OK key to start the pairing.
- While the LED is flashing then press the PAIR button on the back of the camera.
- Once paired, then the screen will display the image from the camera.
- If unsuccessful, please repeat the above steps.
I am Ashley Davis, a mom of three kids and the editor here at 10BabyGear. I have been a parent since 2011 and have been doing full-time consulting as a baby sleep expert since 2019. When I am not researching or testing the next baby gear hitting the market, you’ll find me teaching my toddlers a trick or two – especially over the last few months with the lockdown. I hope you’ll find my guides and reviews helpful as you make your next purchase decision. If you have any questions, you can reach me at email@example.com.