ALECTO DBX-90 Owner`s Manual

ALECTO DBX-90 Owner`s Manual
ALECTO DBX-90
Owner’s Manual
(DRAFT)
1.8GHz DECT Baby Monitor, Talk Back,
Nightlight with Lullaby
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety Information
Getting Started
Unpacking
Out of Range
Low Battery
Charging the Battery
Restore to Default Setting
Baby Unit
Parent Unit
Appendix: Default Settings
Basic Steps to Install
Wall mounting the Baby Unit
Power On/Off
Environmental Care
Recycling & disposal
Monitoring
Sensitivity
Adjusting Volume
Talk Back
Paging
Nightlight
Lullaby
Playing the Lullaby
Stopping the Lullaby Playing
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Safety Information
Baby Unit
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Avoid exposure of the units to moisture or liquid.
Clean the units with a damp cloth.
Do not expose the units to extreme heat or direct sunlight.
To prevent electric shock, do not open the cabinets of the baby
unit, parent unit and charger.
Avoid metallic contact (e.g. metal clips, keys) between the battery
contacts and charging conductors.
Read the marking on the mains adapter for the mains supply
required for this baby monitor.
Make sure the baby unit and mains adaptor cable are always out of
reach of the baby.
Never place the baby unit inside your baby’s cot, bed or playpen.
Never cover the units such as with clothes, towels or blankets.
Follow the local regulations regarding the disposal of your packing
materials, exhausted batteries and used units. Wherever possible,
recycle those materials.
Baby Unit Front
Baby Unit Rear
Getting Started
Unpacking
This package should contain the following:
1 Baby Unit
1 Parent Unit with belt clip
1 Charger
2 mains power adapters
2 Rechargeable Batteries – NiMH, 1.2V 1300mAh, AA size
1 Wall Mount for Baby Unit
1 Owner’s Manual
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Parent Unit
Basic Steps to Install
1. Connect the output plug of the mains adapter to the DC socket at
the back of the baby unit and the mains adapter to the wall mains
supply.
2. Plug the charger adaptor for the Parent Unit into the mains power
socket.
3. Remove the battery door on the Parent Unit by lifting the battery
door outward.
4. Insert 2 x AA rechargeable batteries, observing their polarities, into
the battery compartment on the Parent Unit.
5. Replace the battery door on the Parent Unit.
6. Place the Parent unit on the charger to charge. The red Led on the
charger will turn on
7. Let the batteries charge for a full 16 hours before using for first time
installation.
Note: The baby unit also works on battery power. You can insert 4 x
1.5V AA Alkaline batteries in the battery compartment on the
Baby Unit. In case of power interruption, the baby unit continues
to work on battery power. If the baby unit is on battery power,
Battery is displayed, together with the battery icon and current
temperature, on idle mode.
CAUTION
Use only the mains adaptor and charger adaptor supplied with
baby monitor. Incorrect adaptor type can cause damage to the
unit.
Input: 230 VAC 50 Hz
Output: 6 VDC 500 mA
CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN
INCORRECT TYPE. Never use non-rechargeable batteries; use
recommended type supplied with this product. NiMH batteries
must be disposed of in accordance with applicable waste disposal
regulations.
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Wall mounting the Baby Unit
Power On/Off
Use the following wall mount template to locate and install the mounting
pins/screws if you prefer to wall mount your base unit. The dimensions
are shown in millimeters (mm).
Baby Unit
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To switch on, press
. The Green Link light comes on to show
that the units are within range of each other.
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To switch Off, press
light goes off
until the display goes blank and the link
Parent Unit
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. The Green Link light comes on to show
To switch on, press
that the units are within range of each other.
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To switch Off, press
light goes off
until the display goes blank and the link
Note: The parent unit can be used on or off the charging cradle. When
on cradle, the batteries will be recharged at the same time.
However, the time it takes to charge the batteries to full will be
longer when the unit is charged and used at the same time.
When off cradle, the batteries will lose charge over the time, even
if the parent unit is turned off.
1. Insert screws into the wall through the wall mount.
Monitoring
The recommended mounting screw size is diameter 3mm and
length 20mm,the diameter of the screw head and the screw should
not be greater than 7.55mm and 4mm respectively.
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2. Put the base unit down into wall mount directly.
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Note: Other wall mounting methods are not recommended and may
damage the product.
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Position the baby unit accordingly. It should be placed at least 1
meter away from the baby.
Take the parent unit to monitor.
Audio picked up by the baby unit microphone is depicted on the 7
LEDs on the parent unit (4 green and 3 red). The more audio is
picked up, the more LEDs will be lit. When no audio is picked up,
all 7 LEDs will be off.
If the volume of the Parent Unit is turned off, an alert will be sound
when the audio picked up reach the second red led.
Note: Do not position the baby unit and the parent unit close to each
other as a high-pitched feedback noise may be generated.
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Sensitivity
Paging
You can adjust the sensitivity on Parent Unit to monitor the sound from
Baby Unit. For example, if your baby is a particularly quiet sleeper, you
can increase the sensitivity levels so that you are sure to hear if baby
disturbs or becomes uncomfortable.
If the Parent Unit is misplaced, you can use the page button on the
Baby Unit to locate the Parent Unit.
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on the Baby Unit. The Parent Unit will sound the
paging alert.
• To stop the Page alert, press any button on the Parent Unit, or
again on the Baby Unit.
press
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Press
. The Sound Sensitivity LEDs represent current
sensitivity level will steadily lit.
Press
to increase or
to decrease. There are five levels of
sensitivity. When all four green LEDs and one red LED are lit, it
represents high sensitivity. When only one green LED is lit, it
represents low sensitivity.
Note: If no button is pressed, the paging tone will stop after 2 minutes.
If the Parent Unit volume is off, the Parent Unit volume will reset
to mid-volume.
Nightlight
Adjusting Volume
There are 5 volume levels on each Unit and there is also an Off setting
on the Parent Unit.
On the units,
• Press the
volume
The nightlight on the baby unit can be turned on or off from the baby
unit.
Baby Unit
If the nightlight is off,
to increase the volume or the
to decrease the
Note: You cannot switch the volume off on the Baby Unit.
Changing the volume setting on the Baby Unit will also affect the
volume while talk back and also the volume of lullaby play.
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to turn nightlight on.
press and release
repeatedly to select the brightness settings.
Press
If the nightlight is on,
• press and release Nightlight button to turn nightlight off.
Talk Back
Lullaby
You can use the talk back feature to talk to your baby.
There are 3 lullabies. Each lullaby is played repeatedly for 15 minutes.
You can also select Play All from the menu to play for a medley of all 3
lullabies for 15 minutes.
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Press and hold TALK on the Parent unit to speak to baby.
The green link lights on both Units flash.
Talk into parent unit microphone.
Release TALK to hear your baby again.
Playing the Lullaby
Baby Unit
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Press
. The Lullaby 1 LED is switched on. Press
select Lullaby 2, Lullaby 3 or all three lullabies.
Press
to start playing the Lullabies.
again to
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Parent Unit
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Press
at the Parent unit when lullaby is not being played.
Stopping the Lullaby Playing
Baby Unit
When lullaby is playing,
to stop the Lullaby.
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Parent Unit
When lullaby is playing,
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Press
alert message and alert tone will be turned off when fully charged
batteries are being replaced.
Note: Low battery alert can be suppressed by pressing any button.
Charging the Battery
Place the parent unit on its charge cradle to charge the battery. When
charging, the red LED on the charger will light steadily. The Low
Battery LED will be turned off.
Note: The Parent Unit must never be operated on the charging cradle
without batteries.
to stop the Lullaby.
Restore to Default Setting
Out of Range
You can return the baby and parent units to factory default settings.
When the baby and parent units have no link with each other (eg. Out
of range, parent unit or Baby unit is not powered on), the green Link
LED flashes. If there is no link for more than 30 seconds, the red Link
LED flashes and the green Link LED turns off. The link break alert will
also be emitted from the speaker of the Parent Unit every 30 seconds.
When the units are linked, the green Link LED will be steadily lit.
Note: Link break alert cannot be manually set on or off, but it can be
suppressed for 4 minutes by pressing any button.
There is only visual alert shown on the Baby Unit.
Low Battery
Baby Unit
When the unit is running on battery power and reaches low battery
level, the Low Battery LED will steadily turn on. Once the low battery
level is reach, the baby unit should still be able to operate for an hour.
Parent Unit
When the batteries on the Parent Unit reach a low level, the Low
Battery LED flashes. The low battery alert tone will be emitted from the
speaker every 60 seconds. Once the low battery level is reached, the
parent unit should still be able to operate for an hour. The low battery
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Press
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Press
again to switch the unit back on.
While the unit is switching on, press and hold
until you hear a
beep. The unit will restore all the original factory settings.
to switch the unit off.
is not pressed within 4 seconds, the unit returns to idle
Note: If
mode.
If you want to restore the factory default settings on the baby
monitor, you will need to restore factory default setting on the
Baby Unit or on the Parent Unit individually.
Appendix: Default Settings
Baby Unit
Speaker Volume: Level 3
Lullaby: Lullaby 1
Parent Unit
Speaker Volume: Level 1
Speaker Sensitivity: Level 5
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Environmental Care
Please remember to observe the local regulations regarding the
disposal of your packaging materials, exhausted batteries and old
product and, where possible, promote their recycling.
Packaging information:
(Customer’s name) has marked the packaging with standard symbols
designed to promote the recycling and appropriate disposal of your
eventual waste.
The labeled packaging material is recyclable.
Recycling & disposal
Disposal instructions for old products:
The purpose of the WEEE directive (Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment; 2002/96EC) is to ensure that products are recycled using
best available treatment, recovery and recycling techniques to ensure
human health and high environmental protection.
Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials
and components, which can be recycled and reused.
Do not dispose of your old product in your general household waste
bin.
This product complies with the essential requirements for Radio and
Telecommunications Terminal Equipment.
CE Mark in accordance with:
EN 301 406
EN 301 489-1
EN 301 489-6
EN60950: 2001
Directive 1999/5/EC
Inform yourself about the local separate collection system for electrical
and electronic products marked by this symbol.
Use one of the following disposal options:
- Dispose of the complete product (including its cables, plugs and
accessories) in the designated WEEE collection facilities.
- If your purchase a replacement product, hand your complete old
product back to the retailer. The shop should accept it as required
by the WEEE directive.
(Customer’s name) has marked the packaging with standard symbols
designated to promote the recycling and appropriate disposal of your
eventual waste.
Disposal instructions for batteries:
Batteries should not be disposed of with general household waste.
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