Baby Monitor Guide: Motorola MBP36

Are you in the market for a video baby monitor that has all the bells and whistles, and is ideal not only for one child, but for many different areas in your home? The Motorola MBP36 Video Baby Monitor is innovative, and top notch quality. Read on to learn more.

The Motorola MBP36 will give you suburb photo quality to bring you reassurance that your little one is safe and sound when they are sleeping. Whether you are peeking in on your child napping peacefully in their crib, or panning around the room locating your young toddler that is transitioning into their “big girl bed,” the Motorola MBP36 is sure to grow and adapt with your family’s needs.

We love the Motorola MBP36 for these innovative qualities:

2.4GHz FHSS Technology with Two-Way Communication: The 2.4GHz technology offers a reliable wireless connection with awesome sound quality. You won’t be kept awake with an annoying white noise sound created by a monitor with the Motorola MBP36. The 650ft range is impressive, and means that your chance of getting a dropped signal is slim. An alarm sounds when you’re getting out of range of the transmitting unit, so you’ll never have to wonder if you’re close enough to hear what’s going on. The Motorola MBP36 also automatically encrypts audio data it transfers, meaning you won’t ever have to worry about your neighbors accidentally tapping into your channel and snooping from afar.

The two way communication option is an excellent feature as well, allowing you to talk to your little one without being in the room. Sometimes all your child needs is a calm voice of reassurance, or a gentle reminder to return to their bed.

Color LCD Screen with Infrared Night Vision: The large 3.5″ full color screen captures details and boasts amazing quality. The night vision will allow you to peek at your child even at night time, without disturbing them in the slightest bit. We also love how the parent unit has a handy kickstand on the back for easy viewing at all times.

Pan, Tilt, and Zoom: This is one of our favorite features with the Motorola MBP36, and is one of the only models of Motorola monitor products that has this. You can press a button on the parent receiver, and the camera will pan, tilt, or zoom to your request. The movement is whisper quiet, and is sure to not disturb your slumbering child.

Room Temperature Monitor: You can keep an eye on the temperature of your child’s room at all times, so you never have to wonder if it’s too hold, or too cold.

5 LED Alerts for Sound-Activated Lights: If you’re a visual person, the LED sound-activated lights on the parent monitor is perfect for you! They indicate the level of sound activity in the room, from a rustle or whimper, all the way up to a full-blown cry.

Camera Switch: The Motorola MBP36 is expandable up to four cameras (each additional camera sold separately) and the parent receiver automatically switches every 10 seconds when it is placed on the scan mode. This feature makes it ideal for the growing family, or perfect to place an extra camera in a playroom for easy surveillance when you have to step away momentarily.

Fast and Easy Set-Up: You can pretty much pull this item out of the box and get it up and running within minutes. The cameras are able to be wall mounted for convenience, and the parent receiver can be used plugged in, or wireless in view mode, or battery saving audio-only mode. All Motorola MBP36’s come with a one year warranty.

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Megan

Megan lives in Michigan with her husband, daughter, and son. Her days are spent hanging out and doing family projects on her real-life farm, and spending time on the Great Lakes. She loves swimming, celebrity gossip, University of Michigan and Denver Broncos football, trashy reality TV, and writing. In addition to being a Mommy and self-proclaimed urban-farmer, she owns a photography business located in Southeast Michigan, Memoirs Photography.

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