Storage. Philips AVENT SCD630/37, SCD630


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Storage

When you are not going to use the baby monitor for

 a long time, store the parent unit, the baby unit and the adapters in a cool and dry place.

Storage precautions

- Do not expose the baby unit and parent unit to extreme cold or heat or to direct sunlight.

- Do not put the baby unit and the parent unit close to a heating source.

Disposal

This product may contain lead and mercury. Disposal of these materials may be regulated due to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information, please contact your local authorities or visit www.recycle.philips.com.

Ordering accessories

To buy accessories or spare parts, visit

www.shop.philips.com/service or go to your Philips dealer. You can also contact the Philips Consumer Care

Center in your country (see the international warranty leaflet for contact details).

Assistance

For assistance visit our website www.philips.com/avent or contact the

Philips Consumer Care Center in your country. You find contact details in the worldwide guarantee leaflet.

Frequently asked questions

This chapter summarizes the most common problems you could encounter with the appliance. If you are unable to solve the problem with the information below, visit www.philips.com/support for a list of frequently asked questions or contact the Consumer Care Center in your country.

HOW TO USE / CONNECTING THE UNITS

Question Answer

Why does the power-on light of the baby unit not go on when I switch on the unit?

Perhaps the baby unit is not connected to the mains. Connect the baby unit to the mains. Then set the on/off switch of the baby unit upwards to the ON position to establish connection with the parent unit.

Why doesn't the parent unit charge when I plug it in?

Perhaps the adapter is not plugged in properly. Make sure the adapter is plugged into the wall socket properly.

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HOW TO USE / CONNECTING THE UNITS

The parent unit may already be fully charged. The battery status light will be green when the battery is fully charged and the device is connected to the mains power.

The baby unit does not have a charging function. The baby unit only works when it is

 connected to the mains.

Why doesn’t the baby unit charge when I plug it in?

Why can’t I establish a connection?

Why is the connection lost every now and then?

Why are there sound interruptions?

The baby unit and the parent unit are probably close to the outer limits of the operating range or there is interference from other 2.4 GHz wireless devices. Try a different location, decrease the distance between the units or switch off other 2.4 GHz wireless devices (laptops, mobile phones, microwaves, etc) . It can take up to 10 seconds before the connection between the units is reestablished.

What happens during a power failure?

Why can the charging time of the parent unit exceed 3 hours?

Why do I need to keep the baby unit and its cord at least 1 meter/

3.5 feet away from my baby?

What is the difference between the various user modes on the parent unit: Video,

Audio, VOX and ECO?

If the signal is lost, then the parent unit will make a beeping sound (3 quick beeps every 20 seconds).

The baby and parent unit might be too close to each other, keep them at least 1.5 meters/ 5 feet away from each other to prevent interference.

As the parent unit works on a rechargeable battery, the parent unit continues to work if the battery is sufficiently charged. However, the baby unit stops working because it has no rechargeable battery and only works on a mains power. The parent unit will give a beeping sound to indicate that the link with the baby unit is lost.

When mains power is restored, the connection between the parent unit and the baby unit will automatically be established.

The parent unit may be switched on during charging. Switch off the parent unit during charging to reduce the charging time. When the display of the parent unit is constantly on, charging of the parent unit will take more time.

To avoid strangulation with the cord and for optimal sound detection, always place the baby unit and its cord at least 1 meter / 3.5 feet away from the baby.

See below list for an explanation on the available modes on your baby monitor.

* Video mode: the screen and sound of the parent unit are always on.

* Audio mode: only audio will be activated. The display of the parent unit switches off when AUDIO mode is activated. The link light shows that the parent unit is still on and connected to the baby unit. SCD630 only: the sound level lights above the screen will light up green when sound from the baby unit is heard. All normal correspondence with the baby unit is possible via the talk back, lullaby, menu and sensitivity buttons.

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HOW TO USE / CONNECTING THE UNITS

Where can I turn on the nightlight?

* VOX mode: The display and sound of the parent unit switch off if there is no sound detected for 20 seconds (or not enough sound above the sensitivity setting). Both display and sound will be activated immediately when your baby cries and the sensitivity threshold is passed. When the sound drops below the sound threshold, the video will remain active for 20 seconds. When one of the control buttons is pressed (brightness or volume), the device shall display video for roughly 5 seconds. Also the lullaby menu is accessible.

* ECO mode: The display and sound of the parent unit switch off when no sound is detected for 20 seconds. Eco Mode reduces power consumption during quiet times while keeping you connected to your baby. In ECO mode the ECO LED light is green and the device will operate on a different connection modus. In ECO mode the parent unit uses the 2 seconds ping mechanism to check the connection with the baby unit instead of a continuous radio frequency connection. Therefore the Baby Unit will also consume less energy in ECO mode.

Press the nightlight on/off button on the baby unit to switch on the nightlight feature. It is not possible to control the nightlight from the parent unit. The nightlight does not turn off automatically, press the nightlight on/off button again on the baby unit to switch it off.

How can I reset the parent unit?

You can reset the parent unit by simultaneously press the "power on/off button" and the round "navigation down button" at the front of the parent unit for about 1 second. The parent unit will switch off. In order to turn the parent unit back on, press the "power on/off button". Specific user information stored in the memory of the parent unit such as user mode, brightness settings, volume, lullaby selection, zoom selection and vibration settings will not be lost.

HOW TO USE / CONNECTING THE UNITS

Question Answer

Where can I turn on the nightlight?

Press the nightlight on/off button on the baby unit to switch on the nightlight feature. It is not possible to control the nightlight from the parent unit. The nightlight does not turn off automatically, press the nightlight on/off button again on the baby unit to switch it off.

INDICATIONS ON THE PARENT UNIT

Question

The battery LED on the parent unit turns red.

What should I do?

Answer

The battery power is low. If you do not connect the parent unit to the mains power when the battery LED has turned red and starts to make a beeping sound, the unit will stop working after approximately 60 minutes.

Switch to lower brightness and/or volume to save battery consumption and connect the parent unit to the mains with the power adapter. (see chapter

‘Preparing for use’).

Why does the parent unit beep?

Your baby monitor beeps in a certain way to tell you what the problem is.

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INDICATIONS ON THE PARENT UNIT

1 beep: parent unit is switched off.

1 beep, every 20 seconds for the first 3 minutes, after that, every minute: parent unit is low in battery.

2 quick beeps every 20 seconds: temperature of the baby room is outside the range that is defined by the user, temperature icon is shown on parent unit's screen (for model SCD630 only).

3 quick beeps every 20 seconds: connection between parent and baby unit is lost, link icon is shown on the parent unit's screen and the link connection button is red.

When the parent unit is connected to the mains power the color of the battery light will show:

* Green: battery is full.

* Orange: battery is charging.

What does the battery

LED colour (green, orange, red) or no burning LED mean for the status of my battery?

When the parent unit is not connected to the mains power the color of the battery light will show:

* Red: battery is almost empty (<10%)

* No burning LED: parent unit is not connected to the mains.

NOISE/SOUND

Question

Why does the parent unit

 and/or baby unit produce a high-pitched noise?

Answer

The parent unit and baby unit may be too close to each other. Make sure the parent unit and the baby unit are at least 2.5 meters / 8.2 feet away from each other.

How can I mute the sound?

Why don’t I hear a sound?

 Why can’t I hear my baby cry?

The volume of the parent unit may be set too high. Decrease the volume of the parent unit.

For causes of a beeping sound from the parent unit, see the FAQ "Why does the parent unit beep?"

Mute the device by pressing the bottom part of the control button. When the volume bar on the screen is completely empty, the volume is muted.

The volume of the parent unit may be set too low or may be switched off.

Press the top part on the control button to increase the volume level.

Perhaps the parent unit is muted, unmute the device by pressing the top part of the control button and adjust the volume.

The sensitivity is set too low, adjust the sensitivity in the parent unit's menu to a higher level.

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NOISE/SOUND

Why does the parent unit react too quickly to other sounds than my baby makes?

The baby unit may be too far away from your baby. Make sure the baby unit is not further than 1.5 meters/ 5 feet away from your baby for optimal sound detection. Closer than 1 meter /3.5 feet increases strangulation hazard.

The baby unit also picks up other sounds than those of your baby. Move the baby unit closer to the baby (but observe the minimum distance of 1 meter/ 3.5 feet).

Why does the parent unit make a buzzing sound?

The sensitivity level may be set too high. When your baby makes soft sounds, the sensitivity has to be higher. However, the louder your baby sounds, the lower the sensitivity level can be set. You can change the sensitivity of your baby monitor on the parent unit's menu.

Interference may occur when the parent unit is out of range of the baby unit. Interference may also occur if there are too many walls or ceilings between the parent unit and the baby unit or when other 2.4 GHz wireless devices are switched on (e.g. microwave, Wi-Fi router).

Put the parent unit in a different place, closer to the baby unit, or switch off other wireless devices.

If this answer does not help you, check the other FAQ on " Why does the parent unit and/or baby unit produce a high-pitched noise?"

How long will the lullaby song be played by the baby unit?

Once you select a lullaby, it will be continuously repeated for approximately

15 minutes. In case you want to play all songs that are available, select the last option in the lullaby list.

How can I increase the volume of the lullaby?

You can adjust the volume of the lullaby on the parent unit, not on the baby unit. Press the lullaby button on the parent unit to open the lullaby menu and adjust the volume.

OPERATING TIME / RANGE

Question Answer

Why does my baby monitor manage a much smaller distance than specified in this user manual?

The specified operating range of 300 meters /985 feet is only valid outdoors in open air and in the line of sight. Depending on the surroundings and other disturbing factors, the operating range may be smaller (see also table in chapter on positioning of parent and baby unit).

The operating time of the parent unit is supposed to be up to

 10 hours. Why is the operating time of my parent unit shorter?

Inside your house, the operating range is up to 50 meters/165 feet, which is also limited by the number and type of walls and/or ceilings between the parent unit and the baby unit.

The video brightness of the parent unit may be set too high, which causes the parent unit to consume a lot of energy. Decrease the brightness of the parent unit.

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OPERATING TIME / RANGE

The parent unit consumes a lot of energy when the video display is switched on continuously. Activate the AUDIO, VOX or ECO mode in the parent unit's menu to increase the operating time (see chapter ‘Features’, sections 'AUDIO mode', ‘VOX mode' or ' ECO mode' ).

The volume of the parent unit may be set too high, which causes the parent unit to consume a lot of energy. Decrease the volume of the parent unit.

As any other rechargeable electronic device, the battery capacity decreases after a long period of usage.

VIDEO DISPLAY

Question Answer

Why do I get interference on the parent unit? Why does the video display on the parent unit flicker?

Interference may occur when the parent unit is out of range of the baby unit. Interference may also occur if there are too many walls or ceilings between the parent unit and the baby unit or when other 2.4 GHz wireless devices are switched on (e.g. microwave, Wi-Fi router).

Put the parent unit in a different place, closer to the baby unit, or switch off other wireless devices.

The rechargeable battery of the parent unit may need to be charged.

The parent unit may be in the AUDIO, VOX or ECO mode. Press the mode button on the right side of the parent unit to switch modes (see 'Modes').

Why isn’t there any image on the video display while the link

 light is green?

Why isn't the image on the video display clear?

The display brightness may be set too low. Increase the display brightness on the parent unit using the control button in the centre (see 'Brightness').

Perhaps the lens of the baby unit is dirty. Clean the lens with a dry cloth.

The baby unit may be too far away from your baby. Make sure the baby unit is not further than 1.5 meters / 5 feet away from your baby for optimal video quality. Closer than 1 meter / 3.5 feet increases strangulation hazard.

Compliance information

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and Industry Canada

License-exempt RSS standard. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Radio interference

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a

Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules and ICES-003 of

Industry Canada. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed

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31 and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

- Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

RF Radiation Exposure Statement

This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 7 3/4 inches / 20 centimeters between the radiator and your body. For handheld/body-worn operation, this equipment has been tested and meets the FCC RF/Industry Canada RF exposure guideline when used with the belt clip supplied with this product.

This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance with FCC RF/Industry Canada RF exposure guidelines. This equipment also complies with Industry Canada RSS-102 with respect to

Canada’s Health Code 6 for Exposure of Humans to RF Fields.

Do not attempt to repair or modify this equipment.

Any repairs or alterations made by the user to the equipment may void the warranty and compliance of the equipment. Changes or modifications made to this equipment not expressly approved by Philips Avent may void the

FCC authorization to operate this equipment.

Electromagnetic fields (EMF)

- This Philips appliance complies with all applicable standards and regulations regarding exposure to electromagnetic fields.

- If handled properly and according to the instructions in this user manual, the appliance is safe to us based on scientific evidence available today.

Wall mount

Printing instructions:

Print this page in scale 100% and use the template to accurately mark the position of the holes for the screws on the wall.

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