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Jopwkuin Visual Baby Monitor, HD Nursing Device for The Elderly

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Product description

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Feature:
1. The 4.3‑inch high‑definition display helps you see the baby's status at any time and understand the baby's situation at any time.
2. The baby monitor supports two‑way voice intercom, parents can receive the voice from the baby in time, and convey their own voice to comfort the baby meanwhile.
3. When the noise (such as crying) reaches a certain decibel, the screen will wake up and the red indicator light will be on. The built‑in high‑sensitivity microphone and speaker bring clear and smooth two‑way audio calls.
4. Support infrared night function. Even if you don't need to turn on the night light at night, you can clearly understand your baby's every move and take care of your baby's sleep throughout the night.
5. This baby monitor can let you take care of your baby's healthy growth for 365 days, it can keep abreast of the room temperature and humidity, and give your baby a comfortable environment.


How to Use:
The display screen needs to be charged before use, and the camera needs a power adapter to work. Turn on the camera and connect the camera to the display screen. The real‑time monitoring screen of the camera is displayed on the display screen. For more functions, please read the manual carefully.

Specification:




Item Type: Visual Baby Monitor
Material: ABS
Uses: Suitable for Baby, Elderly Caregiver
Plug Voltage: 100-240v
Display Power Supply Mode: Lithium Battery 3.7V 1760 mA(Battery Included


















Jopwkuin Visual Baby Monitor, HD Nursing Device for The Elderly

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