- Soft comforting adjustable night light
- Paging function
- Fully portable
- Adjustable digital volume control
- Privacy guaranteed with 120 DECT auto-select channels
- High definition sound
- Out of range/ low battery warning
- Belt Clip
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When only the best baby monitor will do for your baby there is only one choice, Oricom DECT Baby monitors. DECT technology provides crystal clear sound and zero interference, ensuring you’re the only one listening to your baby.
The fully portable Parent Unit allows you to go about your daily work, safe in the knowledge that you will always be able to listen to your baby. It will warn you when your battery power is low, or if you move out of range, meaning you should never be in a position where you cannot hear your baby.
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FAQs for Oricom SC50
Q: My parent unit is beeping, why?
A: This could be that the batteries need to be recharged, place the parent unit on the charger to recharge the batteries. You could also be out of range of the baby unit, try moving closer to the baby unit.
I can’t hear any noise coming through the parent unit, why?
A: Check that the sensitivity is correctly set on the parent unit and that the volume is set to a suitable level.
Q: Can I have two parent units to the one baby unit?
A. Yes you can have two parent units.
Q: Can I have two baby monitors to the one parent unit?
A. NO the unit can only have one baby monitor
Q: The parent unit won’t turn on, why?
A: Take out the batteries from the parent unit and turn off the baby monitor – leave it off for 1 hour and then reconnect the unit. Are the batteries fully charged – try a full recharge of 14 hours.
Is the battery pack inserted correctly? The black lip must be facing downwards.
Q: My batteries are not lasting the recommend hours.
A: Check the date of purchase as the batteries may need to be replaced. Try doing a full 14 hour charge then leave the unit off charge but switched on until the battery low warning turns on, then recharge again for 14 hours. If you do this charge discharge 3 times it should recover the capacity of the battery, if not they will need to be replaced. Replace the batteries with the same type and capacity, if you are unsure of what batteries to purchase please contact Oricom Customer Support for advice.
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