Philips SC469 Baby Monitor User Manual

Philips SC469 Baby Monitor User Manual
Dial-up baby monitor
Instructions for use
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SBC
SC469
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Portugal
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(Switzerland)
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France
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(Greece)
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Ireland
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Italia (Italy)
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Your dial-up baby monitor
SBC SC469
Philips is committed to producing caring, reliable products that new
mothers and fathers really need. Products whose reliability and operating
quality bring reassurance.
Being both a regular wireless baby monitor and a dial-up unit in one, the
SBC SC469 gives you more freedom to move in and around the house and
garden while having the assurance that you can hear your baby wherever
your are. When the range of the regular baby monitor is out of range,
simply extend it by connecting the baby monitor to your (mobile) phone.
It works both ways, the dialler calls you when your baby makes a sound and
you can dial in to the baby unit to listen or speak to your baby.
Important information
Please read this guide carefully before using the baby monitor, and keep it
for future reference.This baby monitor is intended as an aid. It is not a
substitute for responsible and proper adult supervision and should not be
used as such.
• Ensure the Baby Unit and adapter cable are always out of reach of the
baby, they should be at least one metre away.
• Never place the Baby Unit inside the baby ’s cot or playpen!
• Never cover the baby monitor (with a towel, blanket, etc.).
• Clean the baby monitor with a damp cloth.
• Never use the baby monitor near water.
• Radio equipment for wireless applications is not protected against
disturbance from other radio services.
• Ensure the room where the Baby Unit is to be placed has a telephone
connection with access to your telephone network.
• There is a risk of explosion if batteries are replaced by an incorrect type.
• Remove batteries if the unit is not used for a longer period of time.
• Clean battery contacts regularly with an eraser.
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Contents
Help line 2
General 4
Important information 4
Functional overview 5-6
Getting your baby monitor ready 7-10
Using your baby monitor as a regular baby monitor
Using your baby monitor in Dial-up mode 12-13
Advanced options (Dial-up mode only) 13-15
Troubleshooting 16-17
Technical specifications 18
10-11
Functional overview
A) Baby Unit
Product illustration on
inside flap:
1 M(emory) button
Selects a telephone number from the memory.
2 CHANNEL selection switch
Selects the required channel.
3 SENSITIVITY switch
Adjusts the microphone sensitivity of the Baby Unit.
4
button
Switches the night light on and off.
5 Keypad
Programs telephone numbers, PIN code, timer and ‘sensitivity time’.
6 Microphone
7 POWER button
Switches the unit on and off.
8 Power light
Lights up green when the unit is switched on.
9 Display
Informs you on the present status of the unit:
- unit in Baby monitor mode;
- unit in Dial-up mode;
M1 - M5 - indicate phone numbers stored in the memory (1 to 5);
8 8 - indicate phone numbers;
- unit not (properly) connected to the mains;
- unit not (properly) connected to the telephone network;
- indicates that a sensitivity time delay is programmed
(sensitivity time is 10 seconds as standard);
PIN - indicates that a non default PIN code is programmed;
- indicates battery status. Blinks when batteries are low and need
to be replaced.
10 MODE button
Selects the required operation mode: Dial-up mode or regular Baby
monitor mode.
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11 Lid
12 Battery compartment
13 RESET button
Resets all user settings to the default factory settings.
14 VOLUME control
Adjusts the volume.
15 Tone/Pulse selector
Selects between tone dialling and pulse dialling. Always use tone dialling
unless your telephone company only support pulse dialling.
16 Loudspeaker
17 Extractable antenna
18 PHONELINE OUT socket
Connects the unit to the telephone.
19 PHONELINE IN socket
Connects the unit to the telephone network.
20 DC 9V —<± socket
DC power supply socket for connection to the mains.
21 AC power adapter
B) Parent Unit (Only for Regular baby monitor use)
22 Charging light
Lights up red when the unit battery is being charged.
23 Charging base
24 SYSTEM CHECK light
– Lights up green when the units have proper contact.
– Flashes red when the units are out of range or when connection is
not reliably anymore.
25 Loudspeaker
26 Sound level lights
Visually indicate baby's sounds.
27 Antenna
28 Power light
– Lights up green when the unit is switched on.
– Flashes red when batteries are almost empty.
29 VOLUME control and ON/OFF switch
Switches the unit on and controls the volume.
30 CHANNEL selection switch
Selects the required channel.
31 SYSTEM CHECK ALARM switch
Switches the System Check Alarm on and off.
The alarm beeps when the units are not in contact.
32 Battery compartment
33 DC 9V —<± socket
DC power supply socket for connection to the mains
34 AC power adapter
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Getting your baby monitor ready
Battery back-up
As soon as the batteries are inserted battery back-up will be activated. In
case of mains failure during mains operated use, the unit will give you a
call and automatically switch to battery operated use.The unit
automatically switches back to mains operated use when the mains
returns.
Inserting the batteries in the Baby Unit
LINE OUT
LINE IN
++
TONE/PULSE
++
++
++
RESET
LINE IN
+
LINE OUT
+
+
TONE/PULSE
+
RESET
1 Ensure the Baby Unit is disconnected from the mains.
2 Remove the battery compartment cover (12) using a screwdriver.
3 Insert four 1.5V, alkaline, LR6 batteries using the + and - configuration
inside the battery compartment. The batteries are not included.
Only use 1.5V LR6/AA non-rechargeable alkaline batteries.
4 Put the battery compartment cover (12) back in place.
> The Baby Unit can now be used cordlessly in both regular baby monitor
mode and Dial-up mode. It operates for approximately 30 hours on
fresh batteries
> When the battery indicator on the display (9) is empty and blinking, the
battery power is low.You should install new batteries.
Tips:
– Switch off the Baby night light to save battery power when the Baby Unit is
being battery operated.
– Remove batteries if the unit is not used for a longer period of time.
– Remove empty batteries from the Baby Unit.
Installing the units for use in regular baby monitor
mode
1 Position the Baby Unit at least one metre away from your baby.
Never place the Baby Unit inside the baby’s cot or playpen.
2 Set the CHANNEL selection switches (2 and 30) to the same channel on
both units.
CHANNEL
A B C D
3 Connect the AC power adapter (21) to the DC 9V —<±
socket (20)
of the Baby Unit and insert the mains plug into the mains supply.
4 Move away from the Baby Unit with the Parent Unit.
If units are positioned too close to each other, a high-pitched noise can be
heard.
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5 Connect the second power adapter (34) to the DC 9V —<±
socket
(33) of the Parent Unit’s charging base and insert the mains plug into the
mains supply.
DC 9V
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6 Place the Parent Unit inside its charging base (23).
> The red charging light (22) lights up.
SYSTEM CHECK
7 Leave the Parent Unit in the charging base for at least 14 hours to fully
CHARGE
•
charge the batteries.
When batteries are fully charged, the Parent Unit can be used cordlessly for
approximately 12 hours.
Place the Parent Unit inside the charging base when the power light on
the Parent Unit flashes green (an indication that batteries are low).
> The units are now ready for use in regular baby monitor mode.
Replacing the Parent Unit’s battery pack
1 Open the Parent Unit’s battery compartment cover (32).
2 Disconnect the old battery pack from the power plug and remove from
the battery compartment.
3 Carefully connect the new battery pack to the power plug and place
inside the battery compartment.
4 Close the battery compartment cover (32). Remove the battery pack
from the Parent Unit if it is not used for long periods of time.
Note: Always replace the battery pack with one of the same type:
SBC EB4880, 4.8V, 800 mAh.
Batteries
Dispose of used batteries in an environmentally friendly manner.
Do not mix old and new batteries, or different types of batteries.
Remove Baby Unit batteries if the baby monitor is not to be used for
more than a few days.
Installing the Baby Unit for use in Dial-up mode
1 Position the Baby Unit at least one metre away from your baby.
Never place the Baby Unit inside the baby’s cot or playpen.
2 Connect the telephone cable to the Baby Unit PHONELINE IN socket (19).
LINE OUT
LINE IN
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3 Connect the AC power adapter (21) to the DC 9V —<±
socket (20)
of the Baby Unit and insert the mains plug into the mains supply.
4 Use the TONE/PULSE selector (15) to select tone dialling or pulse
dialling.
Always use tone dialling unless your telephone company only supports
pulse dialling. Please check with your telephone company when in doubt.
5 Press the POWER button (7).
> The display (9) lights up and the Power light (8) lights up green.
> After a few seconds ‘M1’ starts blinking on the display.
The Baby Unit is now in Quick install mode and you are asked to enter:
– A call-up phone number (M1).This is the number the Baby Unit is
going to call when sound is detected.
– A 4 digit PIN code (PIN).The PIN code has to be entered when
placing calls to the Baby Unit.
– A sensitivity time (
).This is the time after which the Baby Unit
calls the call up number when sound is detected.
The default is 10 seconds.
6 Enter the call-up phone number, PIN code and sensitivity time using the
numeric keypad (5) and confirm each entry by pressing the OK button
on the keypad (5).
> The Baby Unit is now ready for use in Dial-up mode and returns to
regular baby monitor mode.
Notes:
– Optional conversion connectors are available at your telephone supplier, in
case your telephone cable does not fit.
– With the C(lear) button on the keypad (5) you can always clear the last
entered digit.
– If you do not wish to change the default sensitivity time (
),
simply press the OK button on the keypad (5).
– If no button is pressed for 5 seconds the Baby Unit enters regular baby
monitor mode.
– To undo the installation, press the RESET button (13) for more than
5 seconds.
– For more detailed information on programming and on resetting the Baby
Unit, see ‘Advanced settings’.
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Selecting your language
When placing calls to the Baby monitor you are asked to enter your PIN
code in one of the following languages:
1 English;
2 French;
3 German;
4 Spanish;
5 Dutch.
Select your language as follows:
1 Press the PRG (Program) button on the keypad (5).
2 Press the OK button on the keypad (5) followed by the number for your
language (1, 2, 3, 4 or 5).
> The selected number is shown on the display and the Baby Unit will
mention the selected language.
3 Press the OK button again to confirm your selection.
Using your baby monitor as a regular baby monitor
Listening to your baby
1 Press the POWER button (7) on the Baby Unit to switch it on.
> The display lights up and the Power light (8) lights up green.
> After a few seconds ‘M1’ starts blinking on the display.
The Baby Unit is now in Quick install mode.
2 Wait 5 seconds or press the OK button on the keypad (5) several times
to skip Quick install mode for there is no need to program the Baby Unit
(call-up phone number, PIN code and sensitivity time) in regular baby
monitor mode.
3 Use the MODE button (10) to select Baby monitor mode (
).
4 Use the SENSITIVITY switch (3) to adjust the microphone sensitivity of
the Baby Unit to a level you prefer (using your own voice as a sound
reference).
5 Extract and move the Baby Unit antenna (17) for best reception.
ON
VOLUME
6 Switch on the Parent Unit and adjust the volume to the level you prefer,
OFF
using the VOLUME ON/OFF control (29).
> The digital SYSTEM CHECK light (24) lights up continuously (green)
when the Parent and Baby Unit are in contact with each other.
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Avoiding interference
• If there is interference or if sound reception is poor, switch both units to
another channel.
• Always ensure that the CHANNEL selection switches (2 and 30) on both
units are set to the same position.
Monitoring baby silently
• Adjust the volume on the Parent Unit to the lowest level using the
CHANNEL
A B C D
VOLUME ON/OFF control (29) (do not switch off).
> Now you will not hear your baby.Therefore you should continuously
check the sound level lights (26).The sound level lights will visually alert
you to baby’s sounds.The more noise your baby makes, the more lights
light up.
Checking that the units are in contact
• Check that the digital SYSTEM CHECK light (24) on the Parent Unit
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lights up continuously (green) to confirm that the connection between
both units is reliable.
If the light flashes (green), move the Parent Unit closer to the Baby Unit.
> The light flashes if the units are out of range for more than 30 seconds
or if there is interference.
Switching on the system check alarm
The system check alarm on the Parent Unit beeps when the units are not
in contact.The Parent Unit is delivered with the system check alarm in
the Off ( ) position.To switch on the alarm:
1 Open the Parent Unit’s battery compartment cover (32).
2 Set the SYSTEM CHECK ALARM switch (31) inside the compartment to
the ON position ( ).
3 Close the battery compartment cover (32).
> The SYSTEM CHECK light (24) can still flash even if the system check
alarm is switched off.
Switching on the night light
• Press the button (4) to switch on the nightlight.
• Switch off the night light when operating the Baby Unit on batteries to
conserve power.
Operating range 200m in open air
The baby monitor has an operating range of up to 200 metres in ideal
open-air conditions.This means that the units will be in each other’s
range when there are no obstacles in between.Walls, ceilings, large
objects and even glass affect the operating range.The more obstacles
there are in between, the shorter the operating range.
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Using your baby monitor in Dial-up mode
Setting the Baby Unit to Dial-up mode
1 Ensure all connections have been properly made (see ‘Installing the Baby
Unit’) and that at least one call-up phone number has been stored in the
unit’s memory (see ‘Installing the Baby Unit for use in Dial-up mode).
2 Press the Power button (7) to switch on the Baby Unit.
> The power light (8) lights up green.
3 Use the MODE button (10) to select Dial-up mode (
).
4 Use the M(emory) button (1) to select the required call-up number
(‘M1’-’M5’).
> The call-up number has now been set.
When noise is detected during your absence, the Baby Unit will call this
number.
5 Use the SENSITIVITY switch (3) to adjust the microphone sensitivity of
the Baby Unit to the level you prefer (using your own voice as a sound
reference).
Note: If
lights up the unit is not (properly) connected to the telephone
network.You can not select Dial-up mode, an alert beep will sound and
the Baby Unit stays in regular baby monitor mode.
Answering the Dial-up monitor’s call
• Ensure the Baby Unit is switched on and set to Dial-up mode and that a
•
call-up phone number has been stored in the unit’s memory (see
‘Installing the Baby Unit for use in Dial-up mode).
> When noise is detected after the sensitivity time has elapsed, the Baby
Unit calls the selected call-up number.
> After answering the phone, you can listen to your baby. After pressing
the # button on your telephone, you can talk back to your baby.
> After three minutes the Baby Unit will break off the connection.
> If you do not answer the phone the unit will hang up and then calls
back after 1 minute.
> If the unit detects noise again, it will repeat the above procedure.
Press the * key on your telephone to end the call (for tone dialling mode
only).
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Calling in to check on your baby
Note: We recommend using a tone dial telephone when calling in to the Baby
Unit. Calling in with a pulse dial telephone might not work properly or not
at all.
1 Ensure the Baby Unit is switched on and set to Dial up mode and that
you have your PIN code at hand.
2 Dial the number of the telephone line the Baby Unit is connected to.
> After three rings, the Baby Unit is activated and will request your
PIN code.
3 Enter your PIN code using the numeric keys on your telephone.
•
> You can now listen to your baby.
If you press the # button on your telephone you can also talk to your
baby.
4 Press the * key on your telephone to end the call (for tone dialling mode
only).
> The Baby Unit will automatically disconnect after 3 minutes.
Note: If you press the wrong PIN code three times in a row, the unit will hang up.
Advanced options (Dial-up mode only)
Storing telephone numbers
Up to five telephone numbers can be stored in the Baby Unit’s memory.
1 Press the PRG (Program) button on the keypad (5).
2 Press the M(emory) button (1).
> If ‘M1’ lights up on the display, telephone numbers have already been
stored in the memory. If ‘M1’ blinks on the display, the memory is still
empty.
3 Continue to press the M(emory) button (1) to find an empty memory
location (or a required memory location).The icon blinks when the
location is empty.
4 Use the numeric keypad (5) to enter the required telephone number.
The number may consist of a maximum of 40 digits.
Confirm your entry by pressing the OK button on the keypad (5).
> The telephone number will be shown on the display (11 digits only).
> The number disappears from the display and the icon (e.g. ‘M1’) remains
lit.The number has now been stored.
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5 If you wish to store another telephone number press the M(emory)
button (1) again to select a memory location and repeat steps 3 and 4.
Notes:
– With the C(lear) button on the keypad (5) you can always clear the last
entered digit.
– When no key is pressed for 5 seconds the Baby Unit leaves the
programming mode.
– In case your telephone network requires a short pause between numbers
(e.g. for selecting an outside line), a pause can be stored by pressing the
button on the keypad (5). The display will next show a ‘P’.
Clearing telephone numbers
1 Press the PRG (Program) button on the keypad (5).
> ‘M1’ blinks on the display.
2 Press the M(emory) button (1).
> ‘M1’ lights up on the display together with the telephone number.
3 Press the ‘0’ button on the keypad (5).
4 Briefly press the C(lear) button on the keypad (5).
> The icon starts flashing and the number disappears from the display.
The number has now been cleared and the memory location is available
again.
5 Repeat steps 2, 3 and 4 to clear other telephone numbers.
Note:To clear all numbers,you can also reset the unit.
All user settings will be reset to the factory default.
See ‘Resetting the Baby Unit’ for more information.
Storing your PIN code
When using the Baby monitor in Dial-up mode, use of the PIN code is
necessary. It prevents others from listening to your baby.The PIN code
has to be entered when placing calls to the Baby Unit
1 Press the PRG (Program) button on the keypad (5).
2 Press the PIN button on the keypad (5).
> ‘PIN’ and ‘– – – –’ start flashing on the display.
3 Use the numeric keypad (5) to enter the required PIN code.The code
must consist of 4 digits.
4 If the code is correct, press the OK button on the keypad (5) to store
the code in the memory.
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Notes:
– With the C(lear) button on the keypad (5) you can always clear the last
entered digit.
– If you wish to change the PIN code, just repeat the above procedure.
Setting the sensitivity time
When the Baby Unit detects sound for approximately 10 seconds, it will
dial the selected number. In case you want to delay calling out interval
you can enter another ‘sensitivity time’.
1 Press the PRG (Program) button on the keypad (5).
2 Press the
> ’
button on the keypad (5).
’ and ‘10’ start flashing on the display.
3 Use the numeric keypad (5) to enter the required sensitivity time time
and confirm by pressing the OK button on the keypad (5).
Notes:
– With the C(lear) button on the keypad (5) you can clear the last entered
digit.
– Entering a time under 10 seconds or over 360 seconds will not be
accepted.
Resetting the Baby Unit
Resetting the Baby Unit is an easy way to delete all programmed phone
numbers, the PIN code and the sensitivity time simultaneously. Resetting
will also restart the quick start installation process.
• Keep the RESET button (13) pressed for about 5 seconds.
> First you will hear a short confirmation beep.
> When you hear a double beep, the reset procedure is complete.
All user settings (including selected language) are now reset to the
default factory settings.
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Troubleshooting
First check the points listed belowif an error occurs. If you are unable to
resolve the problem by following the solutions given below, contact the
helpline or consult your dealer. Under no circumstances should you try to
repair the set yourself as this will invalidate the warranty.
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
System check
light flashes red
and/or system
check alarm
sounds
Units are out of range or there is
interference from another
FM source.
Move units closer together to
restore the link. Remove the other
FM source.
Baby Unit is not switched on.
Press POWER button (7).
Power light does
not light up
Parent Unit: unit is not turned on.
Turn VOLUME ON/OFF control (29)
downwards.
AC power adapter (34)
not inserted into the mains supply
and/or into the charging base (33).
Batteries are low.
Insert AC power (34) adapter into the
mains supply and/or into the unit’s
charging base (33).
Recharge batteries.
Baby Unit: unit is not turned on.
Press POWER button (7).
AC power adapter (21)
not inserted into the mains supply
and/or into the unit (20).
Insert AC power (21) adapter into the
mains supply and/or into the unit’s
charging basre (20).
Batteries are exhausted.
Replace batteries.
High pitched
noise
Units are too close together.
Move Parent Unit away from Baby
Unit.Turn VOLUME ON/OFF
control (29) on Parent Unit upwards.
Parent Unit
batteries do not
charge
AC power adapter (34)
Insert AC power (34) adapter into the
not inserted into the mains supply mains supply and/or into the unit
and/or into the charging base (33). the charging base (33).
Battery life is at an end.
Replace battery pack.
No sound
Volume on Parent Unit is set
too low.
Turn VOLUME ON/OFF control (29)
downwards.
Power light
flashing
Batteries are low or empty.
Parent Unit: - recharge battery pack.
Baby Unit: - replace batteries or
connect to mains power.
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Problem
Possible cause
Solution
Interference or
poor reception
Mobile or cordless phones too
close to the baby monitor.
Move phones away from the units.
Pick-up from
another baby
monitor
Both systems are operating on
the same frequency.
Switch channels.
Baby Unit cannot
switch to Dial-up
mode
Telephone line not present
(
icon on display is on).
Check telephone line connection,
(
must be off).
Baby Unit does
not dial a
telephone
number
Dial-up mode not selected
(
icon on display is not on).
Use the MODE button (10) to select
Dial-up mode.
Telephone line not present
(
icon on display is on).
‘Sensitivity time’ too long.
Check telephone line connection,
(
must be off).
Set shorter ‘sensitivity time’.
No ‘call-up’ phone number(s)
stored in the memory.
Store at least one ‘call-up’ phone
number. See ‘Installing the Baby Unit
for use in ‘Dial-up mode’.
No ‘call-up’ phone number
selected.
Select ‘call-up’ phone number. See
Setting the Baby Unit to Dial-up mode.
Wrong PIN code entered.
Redial and enter correct PIN code.
Your telephone is in pulse dial
mode.
Set telephone to tone dial mode. See
the instructions for use of your
telephone. Use a tone dial telephone
or a mobile telephone.
The telephone used is a pulse
dial telephone.
Use a tone dial telephone or a mobile
telephone.
No PIN code stored in the
memory.
Store PIN code. See ‘Installing the
Baby Unit for use in Dial-up mode’.
Baby Unit does
not answer an
incoming call
The telephone used is a pulse
dial telephone.
Use a tone dial telephone.
Baby Unit
does not dial
correct number
Your telephone network does not
recognise dialling pulses.
Set TONE/PULSE selector (15) to
Tone or use a mobile telephone.
Baby Unit does
not recognise
PIN code
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Helpline
If you have any queries about the SBC SC469, please contact our helpline
for assistance.You can find the number in the list on page 2. Before you call,
please check the instructions carefully; they can help you solve most
problems.The model number of the Dial-up baby monitor is SBC SC469.
Date of purchase: _____ /_____ /______ day /month /year
Technical specifications
Power supply:
• Battery pack; rechargeable NiMH for Parent Unit (included).
• Optional batteries 4 x 1.5 V; AA alkaline for Baby Unit (not included).
• AC power adapter 230V AC, 50 Hz (two included):
- Output voltage 9 V DC, 200mA.
• Only use the AC power adapter included.
Operating range:
• Up to 200 metres in ideal conditions (walls, floors, etc., can limit this
distance).
Operating
temperature:
Digital Pilot tone:
Transmission
frequencies:
• 10°C to 40°C.
• Digitally monitored communication link (hidden signal helps reduce
interference and enables a communication link between both units to
ensure you only hear your baby’s sounds).
• SBC SC469/00: from 40.695 to 40.675 MHz
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Guarantuee certificate
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Certificado de garantia
Garantibevis
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Garanticertifikat
Takuutodistus
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SBC SC469
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6 month guarantee on rechargeable batteries
6 mois de garantie sur les piles rechargeables
6 meses de garantía para las pilas recargables
6 Monate Garantie auf wiederaufladbare Batterien
6 maanden garantie op oplaadbare batterijen
Garanzia di 6 mesi sulle batterie ricaricabili
Pilhas recarregáveis com 6 meses de garantia
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6 6 månaders garanti på laddningsbara batterier
6 måneders garanti på genopladelige batterier
6 måneders garanti på de oppladbare batteriene
Ladattavilla akuilla on 6 kuukauden takuu
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