Angelcare AC 201
Released January, 2002
The Pros:Very little feedback noise or static. Catches the baby's movements every time they get restless. Can clearly hear the baby, good strong signal.
The Cons:Will pick up the neighbors if you turn off the monitor in the baby's room. Movement alarm has a tendency to go off falsely.
The Angelcare AC 201 is the base model baby monitor that features both sound and movement monitors. The sensor pad which is placed under the cribs mattress and is able to detect even the slightest baby movement, such as breathing, that typical baby monitors will not catch.
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There is adjustable sensitivity and an alarm will sound after 20 seconds of no movement and an optional "tic" can be played to hear the baby's movements. The sensor pad is attached to an external sound monitor which picks up any sounds made by the baby in the nursery. All sounds and movements are transmitted to the parent monitor, with the option of choosing one of two channels to minimize interference. Lights and a speaker on the parent unit allow you to "see" and hear baby sounds. The parent unit operates on rechargeable NiCad batteries, while the nusery unit runs with an AC adaptor and 4 AAA batteries as backup.
- Under-the-mattress Sensor Pad detects every movement baby makes
- Alarm sounds after 20 seconds if no movement
- Adjustable sensitivity
- Battery (4 AAA) or AC adapter operated
- Parent unit rechargeable battery operated
- Optional 'tic" sound to hear baby's movements
- 2 channels to minimize interference
- Automatically converts to battery in case of power failure
- Sound lights to see and hear baby's sounds
- Low battery indicator
User Reviews (1)
very little feedback noise or static
catches the baby's movements every time they get restless
can clearly hear the baby, good strong signal
easy to switch between sound and movement modes, all controls are easy and intuitive
dependable enough to give you peace of mind
will pick up the neighbors if you turn off the monitor in the baby's room
movement alarm has a tendency to go off falsely
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