Nooie Baby Monitor

Nooie Baby Monitor

Nooie baby monitor is a WiFi baby monitor released recently. As of this review, this baby monitor is currently the #3 in the dome and surveillance cameras and has been rated 4.3/5 by over 2,300 parents. It is also one of the cheapest smart cameras that are compatible with Alexa Home and Google Home Hub.


  • 940nm IR LEDs (Enhanced)
  • Real-time Activity Alerts/Crying Detection/Motion Detection
  • Class 6 and above, 4-128G Micro SD Card or Cloud Storage
  • 1080p/15fps
  • Field of view of 355 degrees
  • Manufactured by Nooie US
  • Product dimensions: 4.9 x 3.07 x 3.07 inches

Video Reviews of Nooie Baby Monitor

Below is another unboxing video of Nooie baby monitor:


  • You can easily turn the camera on and off within the app
  • Clear 1080p HD pictures and sound
  • -Excellent night vision with IR night vision that turns on and off automatically
  • You can take snapshots or record video through the app
  • Unlike several monitors, it has a motion tracking feature
  • It has adjustable and scheduled motion and sound detection
  • You can rotate the Nooie camera to hang camera upside down
  • You can share the camera live feed with other users as you can create them their individual accounts
  • It has a 2-way talk
  • It can be integrated with Google Home and Alexa Home
  • -The 360 feature is amazing, you can move the camera up/down/left/right through the app with ease
  • You can zoom in with clear enough images
  • The status light allows you to know whether your camera is on or off


  • If you want to playback footage you need to purchase a monthly subscription to their cloud storage or an SD card
  • The camera easily resets and you’ll need to set your preferred features every time it unplugs.
  • Its phone app does not allow you to log in to one account on two devices, the app will automatically log you out of one
  • The startup can take longer than 30 seconds, this is a relatively long period.
  • If the camera on consistently the lens area heats up.
How Baby Monitor Works

How Baby Monitor Works


Technology has seen baby monitor technology progress since the first Zenith Nurse baby monitor was invented in 1937. This post has a detailed explanation of how baby monitors works.

Most baby monitors you’ll find in the market in 2020 are digital in that they rely on 1900 Hz to 5000 MHz frequency bands to transfer signals from the baby unit to the parent unit. Before digital-tech age, monitors and other communication equipment relied on analog signals and there are still a few analog baby monitors in the market. You can read about our top analog baby monitors here.

Here are helpful subtopics that you can use to navigate this detailed post:

Why You Need One

With our fast-paced work-driven lifestyles, bringing up a child while meeting our day to day responsibilities requires an ability to juggle many things at once. We are literally required to be everywhere all at once and that can bring a lot of stress. How can one then ensure a proper balance of taking care of their baby while making sure they get enough rest or even catch up on emails while at home? Luckily, we live in an era with superior communication tools that can alleviate some of the demands. When you have a baby, you can equip their crib with modern tools that allow for remote monitoring while you catch up with some work around your home or in the office even.

How audio baby monitors work

A baby monitor is a radio system used remotely to listen in or to watch the baby remotely. They can be either audio monitors or video monitors. An audio monitor consists of a transmitter unit with a microphone and is placed near the baby. It transmits the sound through radio waves to a receiving unit with a speaker, usually carried or placed near the parent or caregiver. Below is a picture representation of VTech DM221, the best-selling audio baby monitor in 2020.

The technology

Audio baby monitors rely on DECT 6.0 technology and FHSS technology which use 1.9 GHz and 2.4 GHz frequency respectively.

Audio and Parent Unit of a Baby Monitor

The video below will give you an idea of how audio baby monitors work:

A baby monitor that has a video camera and receiver is also referred to as a baby cam. These monitors allow you to see and hear your baby. Others also allow two-way communication, which enables you to speak to your baby. For a video baby monitor, the camera unit or baby unit is placed in the baby’s nursery and it takes pictures, videos, and audios. These signals are transmitted by the camera unit to the parent unit which could be a dedicated screen or a baby monitor smartphone app. Most Non-Wifi Baby monitors rely on a dedicated screen/parent unit similar to the one shown below:

Infant Optics standalone baby monitor screen

You can use the parent unit shown above to view the videos and photos of your baby that are being transmitted by the camera mounted on the baby’s nursery. Here is a picture of Infant Optics’ camera:

Infant optics dxr 8 - Camera unit of top baby monitor
Infant Optics Camera

In stores, you may see a set of baby camera which consists of a camera and the parent unit similar to the one below:


Distance: how far does a baby monitor work?

WiFi baby monitors cover an unlimited range, but other monitors generally cover between 600 and 1500 feet, with some claiming up to 2000 feet in an open field.

How WiFi baby monitors work

A WiFi baby monitor is a wireless device that connects a baby camera to the parent unit using your WiFi connection. As long as you have a good internet connection or local WiFi network and the baby monitor is within the WiFi range, you should be able to video stream from anywhere.

You need the following to use as receivers of the signal from the baby unit :

  1. Smartphone

Many WiFi monitors in the market are compatible with smartphones. So all you do is download the app on your phone, and you will be able to see your baby from anywhere in the world remotely. You can also allow access to other parties in different locations to see your baby.

  1. An app to connect the baby unit to the internet

The best thing about WiFi monitors is that it accesses the baby unit from anywhere in the world, so you don’t need to be within a specific range. It also has a unique advantage of giving you the ability to watch your baby from your mobile device, tablet, or iPad, or computer.

Concerning security, you can enforce security on your WiFi monitor by ensuring the connection has a protected password at all times as well as keeping your computer firmware up-to-date.

On the other hand, WiFi monitors also have some problems; the signal can drop in certain areas of your home or become jammed or slowed due to being in a highly populated area and you are sharing the same network. These problems could affect your baby monitor signal strength. You can overcome this problem by connecting to a proprietary signal.

How baby breathing monitors work

A breathing monitor works by detecting breathing movements on your baby’s chest and abdomen. If breathing stops for longer than the pre-set time (usually 20 seconds), it raises an alarm sound and a flashing light as well.

How baby movement monitors work

A baby movement monitor has powerful sensor pads, so when it is placed under the crib mattress, it will detect every movement the baby makes. It raises the alarm if the movement stops for more than 20 seconds.

How wireless baby monitors work

Baby monitors typically use the wireless system. This system has three categories, namely: FHSS, Digital enhanced cordless telecommunication (DECT), and WiFi. Both FHSS and DECT technologies do not use WiFi to relay audio and visual signals from the baby unit to the parent unit.

RF baby monitors use radio frequencies to transmit audio and visual information. However, they suffer interferences from neighboring devices on the same frequency. They also are not secure and can be easily hacked.

DECT baby monitors operate similarly to RFs, but on a unique wireless protocol on a rare frequency. Their audio and visual signal is much clearer than the RFs because they do not experience interferences but are also unsecured.

WiFi baby monitors transmit the audio and video to your parent device (s) through your home network. They have the strongest security features and are the most reliable.

You connect to your existing wireless network, which enables you to use your phone, tablet, or computer as the receiver. Some monitors send notifications and alarms to your devices to alert you if there has been a change in your baby’s nursery.

How Motorola baby monitor works

Motorola hasve a wide range of baby monitors from those using Radio frequency monitors, Digital monitors, and WiFi monitors.

The Best Motorola monitors feature high definition WiFi cameras connected to your parent monitor, smartphone, tablet, or computer. The monitors give high quality video output with zoom, pan, and tilt camera features. Additionally, some models come with multiple cameras so you can monitor more rooms.

They also support two-way communication so that you can talk or soothe your baby, and night vision to help you see your baby at night. The pricier ones have the latest security technology with 256-bit encryption that is extremely difficult to hack.

How does a Miku baby monitor work

Miku baby monitor is a WiFi monitor that tracks your baby’s sleep and breathing. It consists of a 1080HD camera with speaker and microphone (baby unit), and a parent unit which is the Miku app downloaded on your smartphone or android device.

The camera has a bird-eye view, so it works best when mounted on the wall above your baby’s crib. It captures your baby’s breathing, sound, and movement without any wires or wearable devices using Miku’s SensorFusion technology. This information is then streamed live in video and audio. Dual HD speakers make your two-way communication audio powerful and clear. It also has night vision function, to help you see the baby in the dark.

The baby unit communicates to the Miku mind app, which you can download from iTunes and Google Playstore. So long as you have the app, you can get real-time information regarding your baby’s breathing, sounds, sleep and movements, and the humidity and temperature of your baby’s nursery.

How does a baby monitor app work

You download baby monitor apps from stores such as iTunes and Google Play Store and install them on your smartphone, iPad, tablet, or computer. The app connects the baby unit to the internet, so you can watch your baby remotely from any location so long as you have a reliable internet connection, and the baby monitor is within the WiFi range.

How does Angelcare baby monitor work

Angelcare baby monitor is a reliable monitor for tracking your baby’s breathing movements. It consists of three components: a camera, a handheld monitor, and a breathing-sensor pad.

The monitor is the parent unit you will be carrying with you. It is a 4.3 inch LCD with a 480mp resolution. It has buttons on either side for adjustment functions such as zoom, talk-back, pan, and volume and menu navigation, a microphone and LED indicators for sound, movement, and power. It supports one or two cameras and sensor pads, which can be bought separately as a kit.

The camera is the nursery unit and comes paired with the monitor. It uses AC power, so you need to place it near an electric outlet on its stand, set on a tabletop or mounted on the wall. Whichever the case, ensure it is at least 3 feet from the crib and sensor pad. The camera has panning and zoom features, and also displays room temperature reading under its lens.

The breathing sensor pad is placed under the baby’s mattress at the center, on a solid surface. The signal from the sensor pad is communicated to the camera unit using a low energy technology similar to Bluetooth Low Energy. It is magnified a hundred times more with an amplifier to be processed by the parent unit. This way, the parent unit can capture every movement your baby makes as generated on the surface of the mattress. If breathing movement stops for 20 seconds, the alarm is sounded.

Angelcare monitor offers uninterrupted monitoring based on the settings you select. To make the most of your monitor, you can choose video, sound, and movement monitoring and make adjustments for daytime or night. In some Angelcare baby monitors models, you can get movement activity and room temperature reports for the previous two months.

Another thing you can appreciate about this monitor is that it’s wireless, so it eliminates safety threats that would result from cords being in your baby’s crib.

How Cloud Baby monitors work

Cloud Baby Monitor is an app that can be used on many smart devices such as iPad, Android, Mac, iPod touch, Apple TV, and Apple Watch. You get notified about your baby’s activities with noise and motion alerts. It also gives you live video with crystal clear audio.

Cloud Baby Monitor comes with the following impressive features:

  • Live video streaming using WiFi or Bluetooth
  • Unlimited range coverage using 3G, LTE or any WiFi network
  • Two-way video talk
  • Night Light
  • Alerts for noise and motion
  • White noise and lullabies player
  • Switch your parent device into night clock when you turn off video when sleeping
  • Ability to have multiple parent devices
  • Ability to monitor multiple children from one parent device at the same time
  • Notification when battery in either unit gets low
  • Apple watch app to watch live video and receive alerts for noise and motion on your wrist.
  • Signal quality indicator to always help you get the best reception.

To use Cloud Baby Monitor, you start by purchasing and downloading the Cloud Baby Monitor app from App Store, Mac App Store, or Google Play to two or more of your Apple or Android devices.

Choose one device to place in your baby’s nursery and select Baby Unit on it. Select the Parent Unit for the device that you will be taking with you.

The baby unit will be using your home WiFi to send live video and audio to your parent Unit. Make sure you have a reliable WiFi network to get the best reception, although Bluetooth will still do if your location does not have a WiFi network.

Lastly, all you need to do is open your app on your parent device and enjoy high quality live video and audio of your baby and alerts no matter where you are in the world. You also get to talk or soothe your baby using the two way audio function.

How Owlet baby monitor works

Owlet baby monitorsmonitor surpass most of the other baby monitors in the market. Owlet has gone a step further not only to enable you to see and listen to your baby, but also to monitor your baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels from your smartphone. Using these reports, a parent can understand her baby’s general health and have less worry and better sleep.

Owlet baby monitor features Owlet Smart Sock and camera. The Owlet Smart Sock is a wearable device that has a smart sensor placed inside of the fabric sock that snugly wraps around the baby’s foot.

The smart Sensor uses the power of pulse oximetry and Bluetooth combined, to measure and communicate your baby’s vital signs. Pulse oximeter is the clip that normally is put on your finger at the hospital when the nurse checks your blood oxygen levels. It shines a light through your skin to measure the amount of light absorbed by your red blood cell, depending on how much oxygen is bound to them.

Using pulse oximetry, the Owlet Smart Sock tracks your baby’s heart rate and oxygen levels and sends real-time reports to your phone and Base Station, by Bluetooth technology.

The Base Station has different notification designs, including notifications when heart rate and oxygen levels go outside normal range.

A Smart Sock unit comes with 3 fabric socks designed to grow with your baby until he is 18 months old or weighs 25 pounds. The socks should be interchanged between the right and left foot daily, and hand washed with cold water after use.

Although many customers have found Owlet Smart Sock reliable and accurate, the information should just assist you in keeping track of your baby’s well being and not intended to be used as a medical device or replace a medical device. You can read further on how a pulse oximeter works on the Owlet Sock here.

How does a baby does baby monitor work on a cruise on cruise ship?

You can use a baby monitor on a cruise ship, but it is very tricky and may be unreliable, depending on the type of monitor you are using. Monitors that use radio signals can be affected by the following factors on a ship: poor reception due to ship structure, variations in signal strength, and monitor picking signals. As a result, they cannot be trusted to give reliable monitoring.

Below are some tips from parents who have used baby monitors onboard successfully:

  1. Using WiFi baby monitors

Most cruising ships have a guest network where passengers connect to check daily programs, account charges, restaurant menus, etc. The guest network connects to the local network of the ship. Because of this simple reason, using your WiFi baby monitor will keep you connected in all areas of the ship whether your baby monitor is audio or video based. That said, some WiFi baby monitors reject the open cruise lines due to security reasons. We advise you to check your baby monitor’s requirements before embarking on your cruising and check with the cruise line also.

  1. Using baby monitoring app on your smartphone or android device

If you do not own a WiFi baby monitor, you can download a baby monitor app on your smartphone, iPad, or tablet. Have the app on two devices; one to keep in your baby’s room and the other one to carry with you. As long as you keep your devices connected to the ship’s local network, you will be receiving your baby’s video monitoring from anywhere on the ship. The best thing is that with more devices, you can have multiple baby units or parent units.

How Nest Cam work as a baby monitor

Nest Cam is a hi-tech gadget designed to be used as an indoor camera. But because it has some similar features to those in baby monitors, some parents have also used Nest Cam as a baby monitor, but with a set of challenges too. It streams HD video and audio to your smartphone or tablet using the Nest App with zoom, pan, and tilt capabilities. It also has high-quality audio with a two-way communication function so you can talk to your baby. Infrared light so you can see your baby in the dark, and ability to measure room humidity and temperature at an extra cost for the kit.

The Nest Cam also detects movement and sends alerts using your smartphone’s push notification. The best thing is that it creates video recording you can peek through to catch up on what your baby has been up to.

As we said earlier, Nest cam has its limitations since it’s not a dedicated baby monitor. But, it can be a great choice for parents who love hi-tech gadgets that can be used for various purposes, including using Alexa to connect with Amazon Prime and Google assistant.

How night-vision baby monitors work

Baby monitors with night vision use the near-infrared light. It is a light that cannot be seen by the human eye, and it occurs in the wavelength of 2500 to 750 nm. It got its name from being part of the infrared spectrum that is close to the visible light spectrum of 760- 380nm.

The near-infrared light is produced by light-emitting diodes (LEDs) that create light when electricity passes through the LED wires. Baby monitors with night vision are set to turn on the LEDs automatically when ambient light in the room decreases to a specific level. The near-infrared amplifies the ambient light and creates images based on that light. This way, baby monitors can clearly see everything in the dark. Near-infrared light cannot create images if the room is pitch black because it has to have some ambient light to work. Luckily, the amount of light required to produce a good camera image is very low and will not bother your sleeping baby.

So, the LEDs produce light that is sufficient for the camera in the baby monitor to see and create an image. The image created is sent to the iOS device the parent is using.

Anmeate Video Reviews

Anmeate Video Reviews

Below are a series of Anmeate video baby monitor reviews in 2020. Anmeate made it to 2020 list of best non-wifi monitors you can find on Amazon.

Below are features of Anmeate:

  1. It comes with a 2.4-inch screen which is smaller to others such as Infant Optics’ 3.5-inch, Eufy’s 5-inch and Vava’s 5-inch.
  2. It has 2x Zoom
  3. The Anmeate camera has temperature sensors
  4. The Anmeate camera also has 8 infrared night vision LED lights. The night vision turns on automatically as soon as the environment experiences low light.
  5. It has two-way talk enabling you to talk to your baby if you want to or even sing lullabies if you’re good at singing or lulling your baby to sleep
  6. The camera has 4 in-built lullabies songs you can choose from
  7. The range of connection between the camera and the parent unit is up to 960 feet which is decent and better than the average range of 750 ft.. Other video baby monitors without wifi such as Infant Optics and Eufy Spaceview S baby monitors have lower range of connection than Anmeate.
  8. The parent unit uses Li-ion battery, 950mAh, that lasts for 8 hours and has VOX mode/eco-mode
  9. Manual pan of up to 360 degrees & manual tilt of up to 60 degrees.

Video Reviews of Anmeate Video Baby Monitor

Here is another Anmeate video review:

How to Play Youtube on Alexa

If you are a big fan of Alexa Home and perhaps using it to monitor your baby, among other things, you know that you can play Youtube on Alexa, directly. The option you currently have with the latest Echo Show 8 is to type load the youtube browser but what you can’t do is ask Alexa, the virtual assistant to load youtube for you using a voice command.

I was very disappointed that it was difficult to use voice command to play youtube videos but was not surprised given that Amazon wants users to use other music streaming apps such as prime.

If you say a command like, “Hey Alexa, play J.Cole on youtube,” it wouldn’t play. Alexa will use Bing to load the youtube browser. You’ll then be required to key in the name of the video and press play. How annoying, right.

There are two ways to watch youtube on the Echo Show:

  1. Using Amazon Silk browser
  2. Using a paired Bluetooth device

Using the Amazon Silk Browser:

With the Silk Browser, Youtube is one of the quick launch browsers. To get to youtube, you first need to launch the silk browser by saying this command;

“Hey Alexa, open silk”

Youtube will be one of the quick launch browsers that pop up as shown below:

Youtube Opened by Alexa's Silk Browser.PNG

You can also play by asking Alexa to open Youtube and it will open the youtube browser using the Bing search engine.

Using Bluetooth and a Paired Device

Another method of playing youtube videos on Alexa is by utilizing Bluetooth. You will need a device such as iPhone, iPad or any tablet such as Kindle Fire to pair it. If you have that and Alexa enabled device such as Echo Dot, you can follow the steps below:

Time needed: 3 minutes.

This are the steps to play Youtube on Alexa

  1. Pair your device (such as iPhone) to your Alexa Home device by using this command, “Alexa, pair Bluetooth”

    Make sure your device’s Bluetooth is turned on.

  2. On the list of devices that appear when you ask Alexa to pair, you can tap on the Echo device such as Echo-312 to pair it (if Echo-312 is your Echo/Alexa device you want to use to play youtube)

  3. Tap on the Alexa-enabled speaker to pair it and you should see ‘connected’ within 30 seconds

  4. Open Youtube on your device

  5. Search the song you want to play

    Since Echo/Alexa device is already paired, it should play the Youtube audio on the smart speaker.

You can hear more steps on the video below from 5:05

Wireless Baby Monitors

Wireless Baby Monitors

What does wireless baby monitor mean ?

Wireless technology enabled the advent of wireless baby monitors. Wireless technology uses radio frequency to transfer signals from the baby unit to the parent unit. The advances in technology have given us the opportunity of ensuring that our babies are safe without the need of having wired gadgets in the baby’s nursery. This is a great invention that has given many parents peace knowing their beautiful baby is safe and sound.

Having a baby will necessitate you to sacrifice a great deal of things. This could include work, leisure pursuits, and even your daily way of living. This is really about a device called a wireless baby monitor which facilitates maintaining a close watch on the activities and the condition of your baby. In fact, you can even hear and watch him from anywhere in the house.

There are three classes of wireless baby monitors:

Types of wireless baby monitor

wireless baby monitors audio

Wireless baby monitors with audio relays audio signals of your baby from the baby’s nursery to the parent unit. Most audio monitors that are wireless do not use the internet and are therefore limited in range. The longest wireless audio monitors without camera have a range of up to 1500 ft. As of this writing in November 2019, 1500 feet range of connectivity is considered among the best.

Some of the best wireless audio baby monitors include:

  1. uniden digital wireless baby audio monitor with room temperature

Wireless baby monitors with a camera are further classified into wifi and non-wifi baby monitors

wireless baby monitors with camera/nanny cam and app

.Wireless baby monitors that use wifi can be connected to smartphone apps, both iOS and Android apps. These wireless baby monitors use the phone as the display unit/parent unit.

Below is a list of some of the best wireless wifi baby monitor:

  1. Arlo wireless baby monitor

Most of these wireless baby monitors are available in most stores such as Amazon, Argos, Walmart, Target, among others.

Wireless Baby Monitors with Camera and Not using Wifi

Non-wifi wireless baby monitors are among the parents’ favorites in 2019. FHSS wireless baby monitor and DECT wireless baby monitors are among the most favored. The best-selling baby monitor brands such as Infant Optics DXR 8 ships over 15,000 units per month on Amazon and unlike wireless.

Below is a list of some of the best wireless baby monitors without wifi:

  1. Infant Optics DXR 8
  2. Babysense baby monitor: Considered the best wireless baby monitor with night vision

Here is an example of Hellobaby Wireless baby monitor

If you take time in comparing a wired and wireless baby monitor, then you would know which is more portable and convenient. Wired monitors are only limited by their length. Meaning, if it is only 6 meters in length, then you can only travel 6 meters, which doesn’t even include the twists and turns of your home, making it less than that.

The wireless baby monitor, on the other hand, gives you the advantage of roaming even outside for as long as the reception is achievable. Check with the manufacturer the maximum distance that the coverage can reach though.

As with the features, there are models and brands which are offering video, audio, or both. So the decision on which one is better for you depends on your budget and your requirements at home. What’s more, you will find it easier to install a wireless baby monitor. There is no need for you to unravel cords and set up a complex list of equipment. You only need to set up the device anywhere in the baby’s room, and you don’t have to worry about the length of the wire or the best location in which it should be placed.

The disadvantage of the wireless baby monitor, is that you will find that the interference quite irritating. This is generally the result of having other wireless equipment within your home.

There are many advantages of a wireless baby monitor. But, it comes with disadvantages, too. In the end, what matters is that you are doing all you can in watching over your baby.

 Wireless Vs Wired Baby Monitors

When it comes to selecting a baby monitor wired and wireless baby monitors both have their pros and cons.

Baby monitors are a very helpful monitoring device for parents as they provide the freedom for the parents to lay down their baby to rest while they carry on doing the usual jobs – or maybe watch Netflix – knowing that their baby is being safely monitored. Technology has moved on in recent years and there are several choices of baby monitor available today. There was once the wired type of monitor but today the popular choice is the wireless baby monitor.

These systems essentially consist of two electronic devices: a transmitter and receiver. The transmitter unit is placed next to the baby for monitoring while they are sleeping and the receiver is used by the parent or guardian caring for the baby to listen or watch the baby when they are asleep.

Baby monitors are either wired or wireless. Wired baby monitors, as the name implies use wires to connect the key elements of the system together. The main and really only advantage of a wired system is there will be no chance of interference from household items and appliances such as cordless phones, microwaves and wireless routers. However, there will be a price to install this kind of system but the main problem is the restraint of the fixed position of the receiver unit. Being wired, it has to be installed in a single location and cannot be picked up and moved around like a wireless unit.

Alternatively, the wireless baby monitor is far less restrictive and is an accepted choice because of its flexibility and portability. There is no installation required and this device can be up and running in a matter of minutes. They allow the parents to move freely around the house as the receiver unit and can be taken with them either clipped to a belt or hung around the neck. You will always be able to listen to your baby wherever you are in your house or garden, provided you are in range.

The main disadvantage of a wireless baby monitor is the issue of interference. But most units have the option of choosing different frequencies so it will not interfere with other household equipment. FM units have the most issues with regards to interference but there is a solution to this problem. With the advancement in technology, digital or DECT baby monitors address the problem of interference and make it a thing of the past. Digital monitors are much clearer and more responsive and will not deteriorate in quality like an analog monitor system.

One other apprehension is the range in which the device will operate between the transmitter and receiver. The last thing you want to wander so far away from the transmitter unit so you can no longer hear your baby. The good news is most monitors allow a distance of up to 100 feet range through obstructions which should be more than enough for most homes.

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Dr. J Professional Baby Monitor

Dr. J Professional Baby Monitor

There is a good reason that over 95% of the 45 parents that have bought Dr. J Professional baby monitor have rated it 4.8/5 on Amazon. Dr. J professional baby monitor is a 2 camera baby monitor that was released to the market on September 27, 2019, and as barely a month later it is currently the 16th best-selling baby monitor on Amazon.

Similar to other video baby monitors we’ve reviewed here at 10BabyGear, Dr. J baby monitor is a non-wifi video baby monitor that relies on 2.4 GHz FHSS technology to transmit signal from the camera to the dedicated 4.3-inch parent unit. FHSS technology assures you the privacy of all communications and you can rest easy knowing that your baby’s camera feed will not be hacked by some pervert.

Below is a picture of Dr. J Professional Camera. If you are in a hurry, you can click on the link to read the 40+ reviews and make a purchase on Amazon.

Video Description of DR. J Monitor

Below is a video with a description of the features that make the latest Dr. J Professional video baby monitor unique and perhaps the ideal dual cameras for twins monitoring.

Features we like of Dr. J Video Baby Monitor

Below are the features of Dr. J video baby monitor:

  1. It comes with two cameras making it very ideal for monitoring babies in two different rooms or even twins in the same room. The video feeds from the cameras of your two babies automatically cycle function between 2 cameras every 2 seconds.
  2. It comes with a 4.3-inch LCD display that is powered by a 1200mAh battery that is rechargeable and can last up to 8 hours.
  3. The display allows you to zoom up to 2x the details to get the most focussed view of your baby.
  4. It is voice-activated which ensures that it only transmits signals from the camera to the parent unit when the baby is actually in need of your attention. This VOX mode feature ensures that the battery is saved and limits the amount of radiation the wireless Dr. J video baby monitor emits.
  5. Dr. J allows you to talk to your baby when you want as it has 2-way communication. At the times you think your voice may help calm and soothe the baby to sleep, you can even sing lullabies over this 2-way video baby monitor.
  6. Dr. J baby monitor uses FHSS technology which has been relied on for over 5 centuries to provide encrypted communication in limited localities. The technology was invented in 1941 and it uses 2.4 GHz frequency to transmit encrypted signals that hop from one channel to another within the same frequency, avoiding any potential hijacking incidences. FHSS is a hack-proof technology that is used by some of the best non-wifi baby monitors we’ve reviewed here at 10BabyGear such as Infant Optics DXR 8, Eufy Spaceview, UU Infant, Campark, BabySense, Hellobaby, and many others.
  7. Dr. J baby monitor is a long-range baby monitor that you can rely on to transmit signals from the camera up to a distance of 1000 ft. outdoors and about 100 ft. indoor. This is a decent range, better than most others such as Infant Optics 700 ft. and Eufy’s 460 ft.

The table below gives more specs about this baby monitor that does not require wifi.

Name Dr. J Video Baby Monitor
CategoryNon-Wifi monitor
Technology2.4 GHz FHSS technology
Screen Size4.3 inches
Split screenNo
Cameras it comes with2
SensorsTemperature night vision
Alertsfor night vision and for low temperature
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