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SC875 5″ Touchscreen Video Baby Monitor (SC875)

$249.00

Oricom’s Secure875 is the latest high quality video baby monitor that does much more than just watch over your baby. With a easy to use 5” touchscreen display and motorised pan-tilt camera you can check on your little one from anywhere in the home. Key features also include a room temperature sensor, lullabies and white noise to help make sleep-time easier. Up to four cameras can be connected the Secure875 system. Additional cameras sold separately (CU875).  

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Oricom's Secure875 Baby Monitor

Oricom baby monitors have earned a special place in the hearts of Australian parents. One of their most popular models, the Secure875 Baby Monitor, delivers top-notch digital video monitoring, ensuring parents can multitask around the house while maintaining a constant watchful eye on their little ones.
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3 year Warranty
Up to 300m Range

More Than Just a Baby Monitor

Equipped with a rechargeable lithium battery in the parent unit, the device offers up to 6 hours of uninterrupted usage on a single full charge (remember to fully charge it before initial use). It’s important to note that the camera requires a power connection during operation. Furthermore, the camera is integrated with a room temperature sensor, designed to contribute to the baby’s safety and comfort.
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5" Touchscreen

Parent Talk Back

Parent Talk Back

Room Temperature Display

Room Temperature Display

Rechargeable Battery

Rechargeable Battery (Parent Unit)

Soothing Lullabies

Soothing Lullabies / White Noise

5" Touchscreen

Parent Talk Back

Room Temperature Display

Rechargeable Battery (Parent Unit)

Soothing Lullabies / White Noise

Supremely Clear

Baby Friendly Night Vision

With the Oricom Secure875 video baby monitor, you have the option to select from a range of integrated soothing lullabies and comforting white noise options (including womb sounds and vacuum cleaner sounds) that contribute to your baby’s sleep regimen. Additionally, the monitor features a two-way intercom system that empowers you to communicate with your infant, even when you’re located in a different room.

Motorised Pan, Tilt and Zoom

Baby Friendly Night Vision

Multi-Camera Capable

  • High quality 5” touchscreen
  • Motorised pan-tilt camera
  • Room temperature monitor
  • 800 x 480 screen resolution
  • Baby friendly night vision
  • Lullabies and white noise
  • Feed timer
  • Parent talk back
  • 2 x Digital zoom
  • Soft, comforting night light
  • Vox capable (single camera only)
  • Up to 6hrs battery life (with VOX enabled)
  • Wall mountable camera unit
  • Multi-camera capable up to 4 units. Additional cameras sold separately (CU875)
  • 3 Year Warranty
SC875 Spec Sheet
SC875 User Guide

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The Secure875 can connect up to 4 camera units (CU875) to the one parent unit. The original unit is supplied with one camera. Additional cameras can be purchased from our online store or from your local baby store.

Check that both the parent unit and baby unit are turned on. Check that the parent unit is charged or placed on charge. Check that the baby unit is connected to the correct supplied power adaptor. Failing this, please contact Oricom Support on 1300 889 785 Mon-Fri 8am-6pm AEST, or email support@oricom.com.au.

Move the parent unit closer to the baby unit. Try resetting your monitor to avoid busy channels:
1. Turn both camera and parent units off and remove the battery in the parent unit. Leave unplugged for 20 seconds.
2. If you have Wi-Fi in the home, make it busy by streaming a video on YouTube or similar.
3. Turn the camera back on wait for 30 seconds.
4. Plug the battery into the parent unit and turn on.
If the display is still beeping, please delete and re-pair the camera as instructed on page 12 of the User Guide. When pairing it is best to keep the camera and parent units close together (within 1m) and keep clear of all other electronic devices including mobile phones, tablets or computers.

Increase the distance between the parent unit and baby unit. Reduce the volume on the parent unit.

Check the battery is connected to the battery connection in the battery compartment. After a period of time, the battery may need to be replaced due to everyday usage. Please find the part under the accessories tab on the Secure740 Product Page.

Depending on the usage, the parent unit will work for up to 8 hours on a fully charged battery with power save turned ON. When the battery charge becomes low on the parent unit, the battery icon will turn red. At this point, you need to charge the parent unit. The rechargeable battery pack (supplied) can be charged and discharged hundreds of times, however it will eventually wear out and lose its ability to hold a full charge. When the in-use time becomes noticeably shorter than normal, it is time to purchase a new battery pack.

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How many cameras can I connect to the one parent unit?

The Secure875 can connect up to 4 camera units (CU875) to the one parent unit. The original unit is supplied with one camera. Additional cameras can be purchased from our online store or from your local baby store.

My SC875 is not functioning as it should. What can I do?

Check that both the parent unit and baby unit are turned on. Check that the parent unit is charged or placed on charge. Check that the baby unit is connected to the correct supplied power adaptor. Failing this, please contact Oricom Support on 1300 889 785 Mon-Fri 8am-6pm AEST, or email support@oricom.com.au.

What do I do if my parent unit is beeping?

Move the parent unit closer to the baby unit. Try resetting your monitor to avoid busy channels:
1. Turn both camera and parent units off and remove the battery in the parent unit. Leave unplugged for 20 seconds.
2. If you have Wi-Fi in the home, make it busy by streaming a video on YouTube or similar.
3. Turn the camera back on wait for 30 seconds.
4. Plug the battery into the parent unit and turn on.
If the display is still beeping, please delete and re-pair the camera as instructed on page 12 of the User Guide. When pairing it is best to keep the camera and parent units close together (within 1m) and keep clear of all other electronic devices including mobile phones, tablets or computers.

What do I do if there is a high-pitched noise coming from the parent unit?

Increase the distance between the parent unit and baby unit. Reduce the volume on the parent unit.

Why is the battery not charging?

Check the battery is connected to the battery connection in the battery compartment. After a period of time, the battery may need to be replaced due to everyday usage. Please find the part under the accessories tab on the Secure740 Product Page.

What is the in-use time of the battery?

Depending on the usage, the parent unit will work for up to 8 hours on a fully charged battery with power save turned ON. When the battery charge becomes low on the parent unit, the battery icon will turn red. At this point, you need to charge the parent unit. The rechargeable battery pack (supplied) can be charged and discharged hundreds of times, however it will eventually wear out and lose its ability to hold a full charge. When the in-use time becomes noticeably shorter than normal, it is time to purchase a new battery pack.

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