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N65

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With the N65 baby monitor you can connect up to 3 different baby units to the same parrent unit. This makes it the perfect baby monitor for parrents with multiple children.

The standard box contains 1 baby unit.
Extra baby units are sold separatly.

The N65 has two way communication, making it possible for the parrent to talk to the child by pressing the talk back button.

Zero radiation function means no signals are sent between baby and parent unit when ZRF is activated unless noise is detected, making the stand-by mode entirely radiation free.

N65 has an alarm that warns you if the temperature in your baby’s surroundings is too high or too low.

Zero radiation function means no signals are sent between baby and parent unit when ZRF is activated unless noise is detected, making the stand-by mode entirely radiation free.

The camera on the baby unit has sufficient IR Led’s to make the image of your child highly visible at night.

BC-8000DV

NOTE! PU and BU are already paired and ready to use out of the box. Nevertheless, we recommend

you to pair the units again to ensure a private connection. If you want to connect another baby unit (or extra baby unit) to the parent unit you need pair the units again.

Prerequisites:

Baby unit must be switched off.

Parent unit must be turned on.

Touch sensitive buttons must be activated (are activated / deactivated by ON /

OFF button)

  1. Baby unit: Press and hold the (POWER) button for 6 seconds until the «LINK» symbol is flashing rapidly. (The «LINK» symbol is flashing and pairing is possible for 30 seconds)
  1. Parent unit: Press and hold the (•) button for 2 seconds to enter the menu (Parent unit must be turned on and touch sensitive buttons activated)
  1. Parent unit: Use the (-/+) buttons to navigate (up/down) and select CONNECTING in menu. Confirm choice by pressing (•) button. If you like, you can now change the number to the baby unit you would like to pair – 1, 2, 3 or 4 – default is 1. Changing baby unit number is not necessary if desired number already is chosen and displayed to the right of BABY in menu.
  1. Parent unit: Use the (-/+) buttons (up/down) to navigate and select CONNECTED in menu. Confirm choice by pressing (•) button. The menu text will now change from CONNECTED to CONNECTING… and back to CONNECTED again when units are paired and are connected.

Repeat step 1-4 if you wish to pair more baby units to the same parent unit. If more than one baby unit is paired, you must choose different baby unit numbers in step 3 If you wish to disconnect a baby unit which is already paired with parent unit, just repeat step 2-4. When you confirm by pressing (•) button (step 4), the menu text will now change from CONNECTED to DISCONNECTED.

Have you tried pairing the units once again?

The out of range problem often occurs when there are strong radio signals nearby that interfere with the video communication, it could be a 2.4GHz wifi router close by that interferes with the 2.4GHz video signal of BC-8000DV. To solve this, the units must be placed in a new communication channel, this is done by pairing the units again two to three times.

BC-6500D

When the parent unit is connected (paired) with more than one baby unit, the parent unit will constantly search for signals from all baby units it is connected with. That means if you pair two baby units to your parent unit but decide to use just one of one them (by turning one BU off) the parent unit will activate the OUT-OF-RANGE alarm indicating that it has lost contact with one baby unit. You can avoid this RANGE alarm in three different ways where we recommend the method described in Section 1.
  1. When OUT-OF-RANGE is displayed in parent unit (and the baby unit you do not want to use is turned off) you can see a number in the upper right corner indicating which baby unit it has lost contact with.
  • Parent unit: Press the «M» button once and the display now shows USE +/- BUTTON (Pressing the «M» button again will return to display OUT-OF-RANGE)
  • Parent unit: Press «+» button and the display shows ALARM OFF?
  • Parent unit: Press the «M» button and display shows ALARM IS OFF
This method is recommended because OUT-OF-RANGE alarm is activated as soon as you decide to turn on the baby unit again.
  1. Pair only the devices you want to use again. This method is more compre­hensive because it requires that you have access to both baby and parent unit and force you to pair each time you change the number of baby units you want to use.
  1. Enable Zero Radiation Function in the unit that you do not want to use an­ymore. This will turn off OUT-OF-RANGE alarm permanently and is therefore not recommended because you will not get notice later if the parent unit loses contact with the baby unit. This method requires that the baby unit is turned on at the same time with the parent unit. The method is described further in section on “Turning off / on the Zero-Radiation Function (ZRF).”
When the parent unit is connected (paired) with more than one baby unit, the parent unit will constantly search for signals from all baby units it is connected with. That means if you pair two baby units to your parent unit but decide to use just one of one them (by turning one BU off) the parent unit will activate the OUT-OF-RANGE alarm indicating that it has lost contact with one baby unit. You can avoid this RANGE alarm in three different ways where we recommend the method described in Section 1.
  1. When OUT-OF-RANGE is displayed in parent unit (and the baby unit you do not want to use is turned off) you can see a number in the upper right corner indicating which baby unit it has lost contact with.
  • Parent unit: Press the «M» button once and the display now shows USE +/- BUTTON (Pressing the «M» button again will return to display OUT-OF-RANGE)
  • Parent unit: Press «+» button and the display shows ALARM OFF?
  • Parent unit: Press the «M» button and display shows ALARM IS OFF
This method is recommended because OUT-OF-RANGE alarm is activated as soon as you decide to turn on the baby unit again.
  1. Pair only the devices you want to use again. This method is more compre­hensive because it requires that you have access to both baby and parent unit and force you to pair each time you change the number of baby units you want to use.
  1. Enable Zero Radiation Function in the unit that you do not want to use an­ymore. This will turn off OUT-OF-RANGE alarm permanently and is therefore not recommended because you will not get notice later if the parent unit loses contact with the baby unit. This method requires that the baby unit is turned on at the same time with the parent unit. The method is described further in section on “Turning off / on the Zero-Radiation Function (ZRF).”
  1. Baby unit: Hold down the "timer" button for 2 sec to activate sleep timer. To reset the clock, press the "timer" button once.

 

It can also be done through parent unit:

 

  1. Hold down the "M" button for 2 sec. The SLEEP TIMER text together with on or off appears on the display. use the +/- buttons to turn the stopwatch function on or off. Press M to confirm your selection.

Could you have activated the Zero Radiation Function?

Activating the Zero Radiation Function makes the baby units stop transmitting signals to the parent unit in standby mode. Radiation = Zero. In standby mode (when the microphone in baby unit is not detecting sound), you will not see tem­perature or battery status from the baby unit that has activated ZRF. Although, this information will be displayed when the baby is making sound because the information then will be transmitted together with sound signal.

NOTE: When the ZRF is activated, the out-of-range alarm will be deacti­vated. For this reason, only use the ZRF when you know that the units are within range.

Zero radiation function means no signals are sent between baby and parent unit when ZRF is activated unless noise is detected, making the stand-by mode entirely radiation free.

BC-6900D

When the parent unit is connected (paired) with more than one baby unit, the parent unit will constantly search for signals from all baby units it is connected with. That means if you pair two baby units to your parent unit but decide to use just one of one them (by turning one BU off) the parent unit will activate the OUT-OF-RANGE alarm indicating that it has lost contact with one baby unit. You can avoid this RANGE alarm in three different ways where we recommend the method described in Section 1.
  1. When OUT-OF-RANGE is displayed in parent unit (and the baby unit you do not want to use is turned off) you can see a number in the upper right corner indicating which baby unit it has lost contact with.
  • Parent unit: Press the «M» button once and the display now shows USE +/- BUTTON (Pressing the «M» button again will return to display OUT-OF-RANGE)
  • Parent unit: Press «+» button and the display shows ALARM OFF?
  • Parent unit: Press the «M» button and display shows ALARM IS OFF
This method is recommended because OUT-OF-RANGE alarm is activated as soon as you decide to turn on the baby unit again.
  1. Pair only the devices you want to use again. This method is more compre­hensive because it requires that you have access to both baby and parent unit and force you to pair each time you change the number of baby units you want to use.
  1. Enable Zero Radiation Function in the unit that you do not want to use an­ymore. This will turn off OUT-OF-RANGE alarm permanently and is therefore not recommended because you will not get notice later if the parent unit loses contact with the baby unit. This method requires that the baby unit is turned on at the same time with the parent unit. The method is described further in section on “Turning off / on the Zero-Radiation Function (ZRF).”
  1. Baby unit: Hold down the "timer" button for 2 sec to activate sleep timer. To reset the clock, press the "timer" button once.

 

It can also be done through parent unit:

 

  1. Hold down the "M" button for 2 sec. The SLEEP TIMER text together with on or off appears on the display. use the +/- buttons to turn the stopwatch function on or off. Press M to confirm your selection.

Could you have activated the Zero Radiation Function?

Activating the Zero Radiation Function makes the baby units stop transmitting signals to the parent unit in standby mode. Radiation = Zero. In standby mode (when the microphone in baby unit is not detecting sound), you will not see tem­perature or battery status from the baby unit that has activated ZRF. Although, this information will be displayed when the baby is making sound because the information then will be transmitted together with sound signal.

NOTE: When the ZRF is activated, the out-of-range alarm will be deacti­vated. For this reason, only use the ZRF when you know that the units are within range.

Zero radiation function means no signals are sent between baby and parent unit when ZRF is activated unless noise is detected, making the stand-by mode entirely radiation free.

BC-5700D / BC-5800D

BC-4600D

PU and BU are already paired and ready to use out of the box. Nevertheless, we recommend you to

  1. Parent unit: Press and hold the (+) button and set the ON/OFF switch to ON position. Do not release the (+) button before the power indicator start flashing. 

  2. Baby unit: Press and hold the (+) button and set the ON/OFF switch to ON position. Do not release the (+) button before the power indicator start flashing. 

  3. Baby unit: Press (+) button to confirm the pairing between PU and BU. Two beeps (sound) will confirm that the units are paired. The power indicators on both BU and PU now show steady green (or red if power is low).

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