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XP Angelcare Monitor Question

I  bought this one on eBay

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&_trksid=p4340.l2557&rt=nc&nma=true&item=330558261065&si=7U9O%2Fdn7qWT5c5qmDmuhUMkGw%2Fc%3D&viewitem=&sspagename=STRK:MEWNX:IT

(sorry not clicky dont know how)

I know it's just the movement monitor.  I plan to buy another one w/sound and movement so I can have 2 movement bases,(twins) but only need 1 sound, right?

Question:  is the triangular thing the thing I take w/me to my room that the alarm goes off if theres no movement for 20 seconds?

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Re: XP Angelcare Monitor Question

  • From the looks of it compared to my Angelcare, you'll leave the whole thing in the baby's room. The pad connects to that triangular base thing and THAT will beep if baby stops breathing, which is picked up by the sound monitor from the other one, which will be to the sound receptor for the monitor that does sound. Does that make sense?

    The AC I have has one pad that connects to the monitor base, and two portable "receivers". When the alarm goes off, the receivers are just transmitting the noise the base is making. But the base needs to be connected to the pad.

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  • Honestly if it were me and I had twins, I would leave the sound on for both and label the 2 monitors so you know which is which. But that's me and I'm finicky that way! I have the deluxe one...

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    You put the pad under the mattress in the middle, the triangle thing with the ring (which is a night light) goes on a nightstand next to the crib, and then I put one of the handsets in my room next to the bed and the other in the living room.

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  • image Gummybear:

    From the looks of it compared to my Angelcare, you'll leave the whole thing in the baby's room. The pad connects to that triangular base thing and THAT will beep if baby stops breathing, which is picked up by the sound monitor from the other one, which will be to the sound receptor for the monitor that does sound. Does that make sense?

    The AC I have has one pad that connects to the monitor base, and two portable "receivers". When the alarm goes off, the receivers are just transmitting the noise the base is making. But the base needs to be connected to the pad.

    thank you! This answers exactly wht I was askin :)

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