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OWNER’S MANUAL
Model AC410, AC510
Baby Video and Sound Monitor
Model AC417, AC517
Baby Video, Sound and Movement Monitor
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    OWNER’S MANUAL
    Model AC410, AC510
    Baby Video and Sound Monitor
    Model AC417, AC517
    Baby Video, Sound and Movement Monitor



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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    WARNINGS...................................................................................................................................................3
    SETUP REQUIREMENTS....................................................................................................................................5
    STEP 1 - Charging the Parent Unit (8 hours)..............................................................................................6
    STEP 2 - Positioning the Movement Sensor...............................................................................................7
    STEP 3 - Setting up the Camera.....................................................................................................................8
    STEP 4 - Getting to know your monitor.................................................................................................... 12
    STEP 5 - A
     ctivating and deactivating additional functions................................................................ 16
    STEP 6 - A
     dding accessories........................................................................................................................ 26
    Troubleshooting................................................................................................................................................ 28
    Limited warranty............................................................................................................................................... 29
    Technical specifications.................................................................................................................................. 29

    OWNER’S MANUAL
    KEEP YOUR OWNER’S MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
    PLEASE READ THE WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE ASSEMBLING
    & USING THE PRODUCT.
    FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE WARNINGS AND THE INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN
    SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH OR DAMAGES TO THE PRODUCT.
    THE SENSOR PAD FEATURE IS NOT FOR USE WITH ADULTS, CHILDREN OR INFANTS
    OLDER THAN 24 MONTHS.
    THE SENSOR PAD IS NOT INTENDED TO BE USED TO DETERMINE IF A CHILD IS OUT OF
    THE CRIB.

    WARNING
    Adult assembly required.
    Keep small parts away from children when assembling.
    We, at Angelcare®, stand behind all of our products.
    If you are not completely satisfied or have any questions,
    United States and Canada: Please contact us at: angelcare@cdecinc.ca
    Other countries: Please contact your local distributor.

    FCC AND IC REGULATIONS
    RF radiation exposure statement
    The Camera complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment.
    Caution: To maintain the compliance with the FCC’s and Industry Canada’s RF exposure guideline, install the
    Camera at least 20 cm from ALL persons. The transmitter of this device must not be co-located or operating
    in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
    Industry Canada
    This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical specifications.
    CAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3 (B)

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    WARNINGS
    1. T H I S
    PRODUCT
    C A N N OT
    R EPL AC E
    RESPONSIBLE ADULT SUPERVISION. This product
    is designed to aid in the monitoring of your child.
    When using the monitor, you must still provide the
    supervision necessary for the continued safety
    of your child. Monitoring of premature babies,
    or those considered to be at risk, should always
    be carried out under the supervision of a health
    professional. This monitor SHOULD NOT be used
    as a medical device, nor as a device to prevent
    Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
    2. WARNING Strangulation Hazard — Children
    have STRANGLED in cords. Keep adapter cords
    o ut of th e re a ch of
    children (more than 1
    meter away). NEVER use
    Sensor Pad(s) without
    t h e p r o te c t i ve c o r d
    covering.
    Check
    protective cord covering
    before
    each
    use.
    Immediately discontinue
    use of Sensor Pad(s) if
    protective covering is
    damaged or broken.
    3. Never use extension cords with adapters. ONLY
    use the adapters provided.
    4. When an adapter is plugged into an electrical
    outlet, DO NOT touch the exposed end.
    5. ALWAYS be sure that both the transmitter and
    receiver are working properly and are within range
    of each other. Test the monitor before first use,
    periodically and when changing location of the
    Camera.
    6. ALWAYS be sure to immediately check on baby
    whenever an alarm sounds.
    7. DO NOT use monitor near water (such as bath
    tub, sink, etc.).

    CAUTION
    RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
    DO NOT OPEN

    DO NOT EXPOSE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE

    8. Keep monitor AWAY from heat sources (such
    as stoves, radiators, etc.).
    9. ALWAYS place both the Camera and the Parent
    Unit on a flat surface in an upright position and
    allow for proper ventilation. DO NOT place on
    sofas, cushions, beds, etc. which may block
    ventilation.
    10. This monitor uses public airwaves to transmit
    signals. The Parent Unit may pick up signals or
    interference from other nursery monitors in your
    area. Your monitor may even be picked up by
    other households. To protect your privacy, make
    sure both units are turned OFF when not in use. If
    you experience interference, change the channel
    on both units.
    11. This product is NOT a toy. DO NOT allow
    children to play with it.

    12. This product contains small parts. Adult
    assembly required. Exercise care when unpacking
    and assembling the product and keep small parts
    away from children.

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    13. When using the monitor, the room temperature
    should be between 10°C and 40°C.

    BATTERY WARNING
    14. The Parent Unit battery is a replaceable Li-Ion
    battery. Only use the Angelcare recommended
    replacement battery. Danger of explosion if the
    wrong battery is used or if replaced incorrectly.
    Refer to your user manual for correct battery
    installation. DO NOT short circuit supply terminals.
    Only use the Angelcare provided power adapter
    to charge the battery. Remove the battery from
    your parent unit if product is to be stored for an
    extended period of time. Dispose of batteries
    according to your local ordinances. ALWAYS keep
    all batteries away from children.
    15. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
    15.1 Heed all warnings – All warnings on the
    product and in the operating instructions should
    be adhered to.
    15.2 Follow all instructions – All operating and
    use instructions should be followed.
    15.3 Water and moisture - DO NOT use this
    apparatus near water. For example, near a bath
    tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet
    environment or near a swimming pool and the
    like. Care should be taken so that objects DO NOT
    fall onto units and that liquids are not spilled into
    either unit or Sensor Pad through its openings.
    15.4 Cleaning - Disconnect all units before
    cleaning. DO NOT immerse in water any part of
    the monitor. Clean only with dry cloth.
    15.5 Ventilation - DO NOT block any ventilation
    openings. Allow for proper ventilation when units
    are in use. DO NOT cover the Camera or the Parent
    Unit with any object such as a blanket. DO NOT
    place it in a drawer or in any location which would
    muffle the sound or interfere with the normal flow
    of air.
    15.6 Heat sources - DO NOT install near any heat
    sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,
    TVs or other apparatus (including amplifiers)
    that produce heat. Heat can damage the case or
    electrical parts.
    15.7 Power cord protection - Protect the Sensor
    Pad cord and Adapter’s power cord from being
    walked on or pinched by furniture or other items –
    Power supply cords should be routed so that they
    are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items
    upon or against them, paying particular attention
    to cords and plugs, convenience receptacle, and
    the point where they exit from the product.
    The socket outlet shall be installed near the
    equipment and shall be easily accessible. Make
    sure to plug the adapter to the socket outlet
    nearest to the equipment and that is easily
    accessible. To disconnect from mains, unplug
    the adapter.

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    15.8 Accessories - O nly use at tach m e nt s/
    accessories specified by the manufacturer. DO
    NOT place this product on an unstable cart,
    stand, tripod, bracket or table. The product may
    fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult and
    serious damage to the product. Use ONLY with a
    cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table recommended
    by the manufacturer or sold with the product.
    Any mounting of the product should follow the
    manufacturer’s instructions.
    15.9 Unplug this appliance during lightning storms
    or when not used for long periods of time.
    15.10 Servicing - DO NOT attempt to service
    this product yourself as opening or removing
    covers (except battery door) may expose you to
    dangerous voltage or other hazards.
    15.11 Replacement parts - When replacement
    parts are required, be sure the replacement parts
    specified by the manufacturer have the same
    characteristic as the original part. Unauthorized
    substitution may result in fire, electric shock or
    other hazards.
    15.12 Usage - This baby monitor is intended as
    an aid. It is NOT a substitute for responsible and
    proper adult supervision and should not be used
    as such. Use this appliance ONLY for its intended
    use as described in this manual.
    15.13 Power Sources - Operate this product only
    from the type of power source indicated on the
    type plate of the adaptor. If you are unsure of the
    type of power supply to your home, consult your
    dealer or local power company.
    15.14 Overloading - DO NOT overload wall
    outlets, extension cords or integral convenience
    receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or
    electric shock.
    15.15 Object and Liquid Entry - NEVER push
    objects of any kind into this product through
    casing slots as they may touch dangerous voltage
    points or short out parts that could result in a risk
    of fire or electric shock. NEVER spill liquid of any
    kind on the product.
    15.16 Antenna - The antenna used for this
    transmitter must be installed to provide a
    separation distance of at least 20 cm from all
    persons and must not be collocated or operating in
    conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
    15.17 Power Lines - An outside antenna system
    should NOT be located in the vicinity of overhead
    power lines or other electric light or power circuit,
    or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits
    as contact with them may be fatal.
    15.18 Vibration Source - When the monitor is
    in use, DO NOT use a crib mobile or other crib
    accessories that may produce vibrations. Other
    sources of vibrations may include fans, washing
    machines, loud music, etc. These sources of
    vibration may interfere with the performance of
    your Angelcare® monitor and the alarm will not
    sound if it continues to detect any movement
    other than your baby’s. Be sure all vibration
    sources are eliminated before using the monitor.
    You may experience false alarms for several reasons.
    The most common reason is the Camera has not
    been turned OFF after you have removed your baby
    from the crib. Another reason is the Sensor Pad
    has not been placed under the mattress properly.
    Be sure the Sensor Pad is on a flat, firm surface

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    with the printed side facing up. The sensitivity
    level may also need to be adjusted. Refer to Step
    5.1. Always be sure to immediately check on baby
    whenever an alarm sounds.
    15.19 Sensor Pad - Your Sensor Pad can be used
    in any crib that is stationary. If the crib has a
    spring or slat base, place a hard board between
    the crib base and the Sensor Pad measuring
    at least 33 x 33 cm and 6 mm thick. Only use
    your Angelcare® monitor in a stationary sleeping
    environment such as a crib where the Sensor
    Pad can rest on a completely flat, firm surface.
    The sensor pad is made of plastic and does not
    permit the air to circulate. Therefore, mildew
    build up could develop underneath the mattress
    in the sensor pad area. We suggest rotating
    the mattress regularly to prevent any mildew.
    16. I M P O R TA N T S A F E T Y I N S T R U C T I O N S
    RELATED TO USE OF BATTERIES
    16.1 Use ONLY the type and size of batteries
    specified in the owner’s manual. There is a risk
    of explosion if batteries are replaced with an
    incorrect type.
    16.2 Charge the battery for 9 hours prior to first
    use. Be sure to have the monitor in the OFF
    position during this period. ONLY use the adapters
    included with your monitor.
    16.3 DO NOT use these adapters with any other
    equipments.
    16.4 When unplugging the adapter from the
    Camera, be sure it is switched to the OFF position.
    If it isn’t, the unit will revert to battery mode if
    batteries are installed.
    16.5 DO NOT use rechargeable batteries in the
    Camera. Use alkaline batteries ONLY.
    16.6 DO NOT dispose batteries in fire. They may
    explode. Check with local regulations for possible
    special disposal instructions.
    16.7 Exercise care in handling batteries in order
    not to short out the batteries with conducting
    materials such as rings, bracelets and keys.
    Overcharging, short circuiting, reverse charging,
    mutilation, or incineration of batteries must be
    avoided to prevent one or more of the following
    occurrences: release of toxic materials, release of
    hydrogen and/or oxygen, gas and rise in surface
    temperature.
    16.8 DO NOT attempt to recharge batteries
    provided with or identified for use with this
    product that are not intended to be charged.
    The batteries may leak corrosive electrolyte or
    explode.
    16.9 DO NOT attempt to rejuvenate the batteries
    provided with or identified for use with this
    product by heating them. Sudden release of
    battery electrolyte may occur, causing burns or
    irritation to eyes or skin.
    16.10 If and when necessary, the batteries must
    be replaced with identical new ones or equivalent
    (volts and size). If a battery to be replaced is
    connected with other batteries in series, replace
    the other batteries at the same time as well. DO
    NOT mix old and new batteries.
    16.11 Reverse polarity installation of the batteries
    in the end product must be avoided. Reverse



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    insertion of batteries can cause charging, and
    that may result in leakage or explosion.

    in accordance with the instructions, may cause
    harmful interference to radio communications.

    16.12 Remove batteries from both units if you store
    the product over 30 days because the batteries
    could leak and damage the product.

    17.3 H oweve r, th e re is n o g ua ra nte e th at
    inter ference will not occur in a par ticular
    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:

    16.13 Discard ‘dead’ batteries as soon as possible
    since ‘dead’ batteries are more likely to leak in a
    product. If a battery has leaked or vented, it should
    be replaced immediately using protective gloves.
    16.14 DO NOT store this product, or the batteries
    provided with or identified for use with this
    product, in high-temperature areas.

    WARNING
    17. (North America Only)
    17.1 Warning: Changes or modifications to this
    equipment not expressly approved by the party
    responsible for compliance could void the user’s
    authority to operate the equipment.
    17.2 NOTE: This equipment has been tested
    and found to comply with part 15 of the FCC
    Rules and the Industry Canada license-exempt
    RSS standard(s). 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 and used

    • Reorient or relocate the receiving
    antenna.
    • Increase the separation between
    the equipment and receiver.
    • Connect the equipment into 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.
    17.4 This device complies with the part 15 of the
    FCC Rules and the Industry Canada license exempt RSS standards(s). Operation is subject
    to the following two conditions:
    17.5 ( 1) This device may not cause harmful
    interference, and
    17.6 (2) This device must accept any interference
    received, including interference that may cause
    undesired operation.

    Model AC410, AC510

    SETUP REQUIREMENTS

    Baby Video and Sound Monitor
    Model AC417, AC517

    INCLUDED:

    Touch control parent unit

    AC adapter
    (for parent unit)

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    Baby Video, Sound and
    Movement Monitor

    Camera

    Lithium ion battery pack
    (for parent unit)

    Tabletop stand
    (for camera)

    AC adapter
    (for camera)

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    INCLUDED (CONTINUED):
    * Always place printed side up *

    CR3032 battery
    (for sensor pad)

    Adhesive strips
    (for flat micro USB cable)

    Wall mount
    (for camera)
    with hardware

    (Screwdriver required
    for wall mounting)

    Flat micro USB cable
    (for camera adapter)

    Wireless movement sensor pad
    (only for Model AC417, AC517)

    STEP 1 - CHARGING THE PARENT UNIT (8 HOURS)
    Battery compartment lock

    1) Unlock the battery compartment on
    the backside and remove the cover.
    Insert the provided rechargeable
    battery into the compartment.
    Contacts of the battery and the
    contacts in the compartment must be
    aligned.

    2) Connect the USB plug to the
    Parent Unit.
    3) Connect the power adapter
    with an electrical outlet.

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    4) Charge the unit for 8
    continuous hours prior to first
    use.
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    PARENT UNIT:
    Power
    On/Off

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    Power indicator
    Visual sound indicator
    Microphone

    Volume
    control +/(on the side)
    Micro USB
    charging port
    (on the side)
    Folding stand (on backside)
    Rechargeable battery
    compartment (on backside)

    WARNING
    STRANGULATION HAZARD.
    Children have STRANGLED in cords:
    • Keep adapter cords out of the reach of children (more
    than 3 feet / 1 meter away).
    • Because of the serious strangulation risk to infants
    and toddlers, parents and caregivers should never
    place the Camera within 3 feet / 1 meter of a crib.
    • NEVER use extension cords with adapters. ONLY use
    the adapters provided. This product is not a toy. Never
    allow children to play with it.

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    STEP 2 - POSITIONING THE MOVEMENT SENSOR
    Note: If you have model AC410, AC510 (no Sensor Pad) you can skip to
    Page 9.
    2.1 - POWERING THE MOVEMENT SENSOR PAD

    1) When using the Sensor Pad for the first time, you will need to insert the provided
    CR3032 battery.
    2) Remove the battery cover using a coin. Turn in the direction of the arrow.
    3) Place the included battery (CR3032) in the compartment.
    Note: The + symbol should be facing up.
    4) Replace the battery cover (the two dots will line up). The Sensor Pad is now ON.
    5) Verify the wireless sensor pad icon is on the status bar of your Parent Unit.

    2.2 - INSTALL THE SENSOR PAD ON THE MATTRESS SUPPORT

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    1) Remove the mattress from the crib.
    2) Place the Sensor Pad - printed side up in the center of the mattress. It should
    be centered on the hardboard if your
    crib requires a hardboard support.
    3) Replace the mattress.

    Sensor Pad

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    IMPORTANT
    If your crib does not have a solid, stable surface for the
    Sensor Pad, you will need to place a hard support board
    (not included) underneath the sensor pad to ensure correct
    operation of the system.
    This hardboard support should be at least ¼” (6 mm) thick
    and should have minimum dimensions of 13” x 13” (33 cm x
    33 cm). This support board must be larger than the Sensor
    Pad surface area.

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    Hardboard

    • Place the Sensor Pad directly underneath the mattress (and on top of support board, if
    needed) in the center of the crib. Make sure there is nothing between the mattress and
    Sensor Pad to interfere with operation.
    • Never immerse the Sensor Pad in water or other liquids!

    STEP 3 - SETTING UP THE CAMERA
    3.1 - SELECT A LOCATION FOR THE CAMERA

    WARNING
    IMPORTANT
    Place the crib near a supporting wall and far from air currents. Install the Camera on a flat,
    stable surface facing the crib at a distance of at least 1 meter / 3 feet. Make sure to plug
    the adapter to the socket outlet nearest to the equipment and that is easily accessible.

    Place the
    camera at least
    3 ft (1m) from
    the crib

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    3.1 - CAMERA
    A
    B

    C
    D

    A) POWER ON/OFF
    B) Pause Sensor Pad

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    C) Speaker
    D) Microphone

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    E) Camera
    F) Room temperature display
    G) Micro USB charging port

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    Front Side

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    1) Place the Camera at a
    minimum of 1 meter /
    3 feet away from the crib.
    2) Connect the USB plug to
    the Camera.

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    3) Connect the USB plug with
    the power adapter and then
    with an electrical outlet.
    4) Adjust the camera using
    the magnetic mount to get
    the best view of baby in
    the crib.

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    TURNING ON YOUR MONITOR

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    1) Press and hold the Parent Unit
    ON/OFF button for 2 seconds until
    LCD screen is turned ON. Angelcare’s
    logo will be shown for 1 second.
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    2) Slide the Camera ON/OFF switch to
    the ON position
    3) The Parent Unit will display Video
    mode screen.

    If there is a lost connection between the
    2 units after 15 seconds, the Out-of-Range
    alarm will sound on the Parent Unit (refer to
    troubleshooting):

    When Parent Unit is turned
    ON and Camera is OFF,
    Parent Unit will display
    Disconnected mode.

    • The Out-of-Range icon will appear on the
    screen.
    • The Lost Connection icon will appear on the
    info bar.

    INFO BAR IMPORTANT ICONS
    Sensor Pad Status icons: Indicates the current status of the Sensor Pad
    Normal Status

    Sensor Pad Alert

    Sensor Pad is Paused

    Camera icons: Indicates which camera is currently viewed
    Talk icon: Indicates when the Talk button is being pressed
    Vox icon: Indicates when the camera is on VOX mode
    Temperature icon: Indicates room temperature
    Temperature Alerts Icons: Indicates Temperature Alarm is active
    Too Warm

    Too Cold

    Connection Icon: Indicates the connection quality between the Parent Unit and the Camera
    Out-of-Range

    Poor connection

    Medium connection

    Good connection

    Sound Level Icon: Indicates sound level
    Mute (0/5)

    2/5

    3/5

    4/5

    5/5

    Battery Level icon: Indicates battery life
    Empty

    1/4 Full

    1/2 Full

    3/4 Full

    Full

    Fully charged

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    STEP 4 - GETTING TO KNOW YOUR MONITOR
    Time/Temperature

    Camera connection
    signal strength
    Volume level

    Active Camera

    2:04

    68°F

    Battery status
    of parent unit
    Adjust screen
    brightness

    Pause sensor pad

    Zoom

    Main settings menu

    Activate parent
    unit microphone

    Show reporting

    Select Camera

    Your Angelcare® monitor can be used with the preprogrammed factory settings or you
    can customize the settings to your preference. Your monitor is equipped with a touch
    screen. Just a tap anywhere on the screen will bring up the menu and feature selections.

    IMPORTANT
    When in menu or sub-menu modes, sound transmission between Parent and Cameras
    will be temporarily deactivated. ONLY movement-detection alarm will remain active (if
    function is activated).

    4.1 - SENSOR PAD

    Note: If you have model AC410, AC510 (no Sensor Pad) you can skip to
    Page 15.
    IMPORTANT
    • To ensure adequate monitoring of your child’s movements, you can adjust the
    sensitivity of the sensor pad in the main settings menu.
    • Set a high sensitivity for a newborn and a lower sensitivity as the child grows and
    gains weight. A thicker mattress will also need a higher sensitivity.
    • Alarm will sound if there is no movement after 20 seconds.
    IMPORTANT
    The Sensor Pad is not designed for use with adults, children or infants older than 24
    months. Once you are finished using the Sensor Pad, deactivate the movement function
    and remove it from the baby’s crib and store it away.

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    TO ACTIVATE THE SENSOR PAD:

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    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up the
    menu.

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    2) Tap the Settings Icon

    3) Tap the Sensor Pad Icon
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    3

    5

    .

    .

    4) Tap the Sensor Pad Toggle button to
    activate the Sensor Pad (the toggle
    button will turn blue).
    5) Tap the Save Icon at the bottom of the
    screen (Icon will turn blue)

    TO TEST THE SENSOR PAD:
    IMPORTANT
    • Test your monitor before first use.
    • Test your monitor regularly to ensure it is functioning correctly.
    • Test your monitor every time you move the Sensor Pad to a different place.

    1) After activating the Sensor Pad, the alarm
    should go off after 20 seconds.
    2) Rub you hand over the mattress and confirm
    the alarm stops.

    MOVEMENT ALARM

    IF THE ALARM DOES NOT SOUND

    • Alarm activates when no movement
    is detected by the Sensor Pad for
    20 seconds.
    • Both the Parent Unit and the
    Camera speakers will emit warning
    sound.
    • Movement Alarm icon will show on
    the LCD screen.

    • Avoid contact with the crib while
    Sensor Pad is in operation.
    • Place the crib near a supporting wall to
    reduce vibrations.
    • Adjust the Sensor Pad sensitivity level.
    • Turn OFF crib mobile, fans, loud
    music or anything else that may cause
    vibration.

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    PAUSING AND RESTARTING THE SENSOR PAD:
    • If you remove baby from the crib,
    e.g. for feeding or comforting,
    remember to pause the Sensor
    Pad. That can be done from the
    Parent Unit by tapping the screen
    and then tapping the Sensor Pad
    Pause Icon
    in the upper left
    corner of the display OR from the
    Camera by pressing the pause
    button on the top right of the
    unit.
    • Don’t forget to restart by utilizing
    the same methods to re-engage
    the Sensor Pad.

    Pause Sensor Pad

    IMPORTANT
    If you do not pause the Sensor Pad, the alarm will sound if there is no movement after
    20 seconds

    TO ADJUST THE SENSOR PAD SENSITIVITY LEVEL:

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.

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    2) Tap the Settings Icon

    3) Tap the Sensor Pad Icon
    4) Tap
    or
    level.

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    4

    5

    .

    .

    to adjust the sensitivity

    5) Tap the Save Icon at the bottom of the
    screen (Icon will turn blue) to confirm
    your settings.

    TO ACTIVATE SOUND:

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    1) Press the Volume up / Volume down button
    button at the right side of the Parent Unit to
    adjust the sound level.
    2) To mute the sound level press the Volume
    down button until the mute symbol is
    displayed.

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    IF YOU HEAR NO SOUND:





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    Check that both units are powered ON.
    Check that Parent Unit is not on MUTE.
    Check the battery on the Parent Unit (recharge it if necessary).
    Bring the Parent Unit closer to the Camera.

    IMPORTANT
    To avoid feedback (whistling), keep both units at least 3 meters / 10 feet apart.

    4.2 - BATTERY
    HOW TO CHECK THE BATTERY:
    Unplug the adapter from the Parent
    Unit and check the battery level
    indicator.

    1/4 full

    1/2 full

    3/4 full

    full

    HOW TO CHARGE THE BATTERY IN THE PARENT UNIT:
    Leave the Parent Unit plugged in to fully
    charge the unit. Although the battery
    at 1/4 capacity works normally,
    we recommend that you fully recharge it.

    PARENT UNIT BATTERY ALERT
    • Alert activates when the battery needs to be
    recharged.
    • Parent Unit will emit a beep sound every
    30 seconds.
    • Battery Alert icon will show on LCD screen.

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    YOU ARE NOW READY TO USE YOUR MONITOR
    The Angelcare® monitor can be used with the pre-programmed factory settings or you can also customize
    your settings to your preference.

    DEFAULT SETTINGS
    Parent Unit Volume:

    Level 3 (of 4)

    NU Speaker Volume:

    Level 3 (of 4)

    Camera Microphone Sensitivity:

    Level 2 (of 4)

    Movement Mode:

    ON (AC417, AC517)



    OFF (AC410, AC510)

    Sensor Pad Sensitivity:

    Level 2 (of 4) (AC417, AC517)

    Temperature Unit:

    Fahrenheit

    Temperature Alert:

    OFF

    Temperature Graphing:

    OFF (AC410, AC510)



    ON (AC417, AC517)

    Movement Graphing:

    ON (AC417, AC517)

    VOX:

    OFF

    Camera Color Changing Mode:

    White (No Color)

    Screen Saver Timer:

    OFF

    LCD Brightness:

    Level 3 (of 5)

    STEP 5 - ACTIVATING AND DEACTIVATING ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
    IMPORTANT
    When in the menu or sub-menu modes, sound transmission between Parent and
    Cameras will be temporarily deactivated. ONLY the movement detection alarm will
    remain active (if function is activated).

    5.1 - SOUND TRANSMISSION (VOX)
    Your monitor has the capability to be ‘Sound Activated’. This means that it will transmit
    sounds only when it detects them. It will detect even the softest levels of crying.
    To save power, after 10 seconds, the sound transmission will stop if no sound is detected.
    Once sound is detected transmission will automatically activate.

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    TO TURN VOX ON
    Vox sensitivity allows you to determine the sound level needed to trigger sound
    transmission to the Parent Unit. This means that sound will only transmit based on the level
    that you set.

    E
    N

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.

    2

    2) Tap the Settings Icon

    .

    3) Tap the icon
    to select the Camera
    settings menu.
    3
    4

    4) Tap the VOX Toggle button to activate
    the VOX function (the toggle button
    will turn blue).
    5) Tap the Save Icon at the bottom of the
    screen (Icon will turn blue) to confirm
    your settings.

    5

    TO ADJUST THE SOUND SENSITIVITY (VOX):

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.

    2

    2) Tap the Settings Icon

    .

    3) Tap the icon
    to select the Camera
    settings menu.
    3

    4) Tap
    or
    to adjust the VOX
    sensitivity level.
    4
    5

    5) Tap the Save Icon at the bottom of the
    screen (Icon will turn blue) to confirm
    your settings.

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    5.2 - TWO WAY TALK
    Your parent monitor is equipped with Two Way Talk. This feature allows you to talk to baby
    without being in the nursery.
    Tap and hold the microphone icon to activate the microphone of your PU and talk to your
    baby. The microphone icon appears in the Status Bar when the microphone is active.
    Release the microphone icon to switch it off.
    The volume for the microphone can be adjusted in the Main Settings Menu.
    TO ACTIVATE TWO WAY TALK:
    1) Tap and hold the microphone icon to
    activate two way talk (Icon will expand
    and turn blue).

    2

    1

    2) Make sure you speak into the
    microphone.
    3) Release the microphone icon
    off the two way talk function.

    to turn

    TO ADJUST THE CAMERA VOLUME:

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.

    2

    2) Tap the Settings Icon

    .

    3) Tap the icon
    to select the Camera
    settings menu.
    3
    4

    5

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    4) Tap
    or
    to adjust the two way talk
    volume level.
    5) Tap the Save Icon at the bottom of the
    screen (Icon will turn blue) to confirm
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    5.3 - ROOM TEMPERATURE DISPLAY

    E
    N

    TO CHANGE FROM FAHRENHEIT TO CELCIUS:

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.

    2

    2) Tap the Settings Icon

    4

    3

    .

    3) Tap the Temperature Icon to enter
    the temperature settings menu.
    4) Tap the Edit Icon
    to enter the
    temperature unit setting.

    5

    5) Tap the Temperature Unit Toggle
    button to switch between °C and °F
    (the toggle button and the chosen unit
    will turn blue).
    6) Tap the Save Icon at the bottom of the
    screen (Icon will turn blue) to confirm
    your settings.

    6

    TO ACTIVATE THE ROOM TEMPERATURE ALERT:

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.

    2

    2) Tap the Settings Icon

    .

    3) Tap the Temperature Icon to enter
    the temperature settings menu.
    3

    4

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    5

    86

    4) Tap the Edit Icon
    to enter the
    temperature alarm setting menu.

    5) Tap the Temperature Alarm Toggle
    button to activate the alarm function
    (the toggle button will turn blue).
    6) Tap the Save Icon at the bottom of the
    screen (Icon will turn blue) to confirm
    your settings.

    6

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    TO SET THE ROOM TEMPERATURE RANGE:

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.

    2

    2) Tap the Settings Icon

    .

    3) Tap the Temperature Icon to enter
    the temperature settings menu.
    3

    4

    5) Set the lower and upper temperature
    limit tapping the up/down arrows

    5
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    4) Tap the Edit Icon
    to enter the
    temperature alarm setting menu.

    .

    6) Tap the Save Icon at the bottom of the
    screen (Icon will turn blue) to confirm
    your settings.

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    6

    TO SET THE CAMERA COLOR CHANGING MODE:
    With this option the Camera digits light up in color when the temperature goes above
    or below your preferences. If the temperature goes above your set preferences and this
    option is turned on, the digits on the camera’s LCD will turn to red instead of the default
    white. If the temperature goes under the set preferences, then the digits will turn blue.

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.

    2

    2) Tap the Settings Icon

    .

    3) Tap the Temperature Icon to enter
    the temperature settings menu.
    3

    4

    5

    4) Tap the Edit Icon
    to enter the color
    changing mode menu.

    5) Tap the Color Changing Mode Toggle
    button to activate the color changing
    mode (the toggle button will turn blue).
    6) Tap the Save Icon at the bottom of the
    screen (Icon will turn blue) to confirm.

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    TEMPERATURE ALERT
    • Alert activates when temperature reaches maximum or
    minimum set temperature.

    E
    N

    • Parent Unit will emit 4 consecutive beeps, every 5 seconds.
    • Temperature Alert icon will show on LCD screen.

    5.4 - HOW TO CHANGE TIME
    For model AC410, AC510, please skip to Step 1.
    For model AC417, AC517:
    When your Angelcare baby monitoring system is set up and everything is turned on, the
    Sensor Pad has begun monitoring for movement. If no movement is detected within
    20 seconds an alarm will sound and an alert icon will appear on the Parent Unit. To avoid
    the alarm from interfering with the Time/Date setup, please refer to Section 4.1 and the
    instructions under To Activate the Sensor Pad. Ensure the Sensor Pad is set to OFF, then
    proceed to Step 1.

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.

    2

    2) Tap the Settings Icon

    3

    4

    3) Tap the Settings Icon
    general settings menu.
    4) Tap the Edit Icon
    settings menu.

    5

    to enter the

    to access the time

    5) Tap the Time Mode Toggle button to
    switch between 12 h and 24 h mode.
    6) Set the hours and minutes using the
    up/down arrows
    .

    6
    2

    .

    08

    7) Tap the Save Icon at the bottom of the
    screen (Icon will turn blue) to confirm
    your settings.
    7

    IMPORTANT
    Please remember to turn the Sensor Pad back on after setting the time / date.

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    5.5 - HOW TO CHANGE DATE

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.

    2

    2) Tap the Settings Icon

    .

    3) Tap the Settings Icon
    general settings menu.

    3
    4

    6
    08

    to access the date

    5) Tap the Date Mode Toggle button to
    switch between Month/Day/Year and
    Day/Month/Year display.

    5

    2016

    4) Tap the Edit Icon
    settings menu.

    to enter the

    6) Set the day, month and year using the
    up/down arrows
    .

    22

    7) Tap the Save Icon at the bottom of the
    screen (Icon will turn blue) to confirm
    your settings.

    7

    IMPORTANT
    Please remember to turn the Sensor Pad back on after setting the time / date.

    5.6 - SCREEN SAVER
    Allows you to set the screen saver.

    2

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.
    2) Tap the Settings Icon

    3) Tap the Settings Icon
    general settings menu.

    3
    4

    22

    .

    to enter the

    4) Tap the Edit Icon
    to access the
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    5) Tap the Screen Saver Toggle button to
    switch the screen saver on or off (the
    toggle button will turn blue).

    5

    00:00:30

    00:01:00

    00:02:00

    00:03:00

    E
    N

    6) Tap to select between 30 seconds to
    3 minutes.

    6

    7) Tap the Save Icon at the bottom of the
    screen (Icon will turn blue) to confirm
    your settings.

    7

    NOTE: SETTING:
    MANUAL
    The touchscreen will turn black when video is in Screen Saver mode. Tap the screen
    To manually activate the Screen Saver mode, press the Parent Unit POWER ON/OFF button.
    anywhere to return to Video mode.

    5.7 - MOVEMENT AND TEMPERATURE MONITORING
    (Model AC410, AC510 has Temperature Monitoring Only)
    Activity analysis and room temperature tracking give you insight into your little one’s
    activity level during sleep, helping you to better adapt routines and respond to their needs.
    The movement monitoring records data every ten seconds. Three times every hour the
    system compiles the collected data and a “movement activity report” can be viewed on the
    parent unit.
    TO TURN ON MOVEMENT AND TEMPERATURE MONITORING:
    NOTE:
    Model AC417, AC517 should be defaulted to ON. Model AC410, AC510, you will need to turn
    monitoring ON.

    IMPORTANT
    Before turning on the movement and temperature monitoring, ensure you have set the
    date and time in sections 5.1 and 5.2.

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.

    2

    2) Tap the Settings Icon

    3) Tap the Settings Icon
    general settings menu.

    3

    4

    .

    to enter the

    4) Tap the Edit Icon
    to access the
    monitoring settings.

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    5

    5) Tap the Monitoring Toggle button to
    switch the monitoring function
    ON/OFF (the toggle button will turn
    blue when ON).
    6) Tap the Save Icon at the bottom of the
    screen (Icon will turn blue) to confirm.
    6

    NAVIGATING MOVEMENT AND TEMPERATURE REPORTS:

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.
    2) Tap the Settings Icon

    2

    3

    4

    17

    3

    20

    20

    18

    23

    24

    24

    20

    .

    3) In the movement and temperature
    reports, tap the arrows to navigate
    hour by hour or day by day.

    18

    4) Tap the arrow back
    Main Menu.

    to go back to the

    MONITORING IMPORTANT BUTTONS AND ICONS
    Navigation Icons:
    Go to previous page

    Go to next page

    Go to previous day

    Go to next day

    Sensor Pad Movement Levels: Indicates the amount of movement from your Sensor Pad
    Low Movement

    Medium Movement

    High Movement

    Graphing Icons:
    Indicates an alert during the period

    Indicates the system was turned off during the period

    TO DELETE GRAPHING DATA:
    Allows you to delete saved statistical graphs.

    2

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.
    2) Tap the Settings Icon

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    3) Tap the Settings Icon
    general settings menu.

    3

    4

    5

    7

    to enter the

    E
    N

    4) Tap the Edit Icon
    to access the
    monitoring settings.

    5) Tap the Bin Icon
    to access the
    graph delete menu.

    6) Tap the Bin Icon
    to delete previously
    saved graph data. If no data has been
    saved yet, this option will not be
    available.

    6

    7) Tap the Arrow
    to cancel deleting
    of previously saved graph data. You will
    return to the previous screen.

    5.8 - DIGITAL PAN AND ZOOM
    Allows you to zoom in to twice the normal view.

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.
    2

    2) Tap the Magnifier Icon
    the zoom.

    to activate

    3) Use the arrow keys to zoom in on what
    you want to see more closely.

    3

    4) Tap anywhere on the screen, except on
    the arrows, to return to the Main Menu.
    The camera will stay zoomed in. When
    zoomed in, the Magnifier Icon will be
    blue.

    5

    5) Tap on the blue Magnifier Icon
    to
    return to normal viewing mode. Zoom
    is deactivated.

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    5.9 - LCD SCREEN BRIGHTNESS
    Allows you to adjust the LCD screen brightness on the Parent Unit.

    2

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.
    2) Tap the Brightness Icon

    3

    4

    .

    3) Tap
    /
    to decrease / increase the
    brightness level.
    4) Tap again the Brightness Icon
    return to the Main Menu.

    to

    STEP 6 - ADDING ACCESSORIES
    6.1 - ADDING A WIRELESS SENSOR PAD
    If you have purchased a Wireless Sensor Pad accessory, please follow the steps below to
    add it to the system.
    Ensure you start at Step 2 of the instruction manual to properly position the Sensor Pad in
    the crib.
    See section 4.1 to activate and test your Sensor Pad and adjust sensitivity.

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.

    2

    2) Tap the Settings Icon

    3) Tap the Pairing Icon
    device pairing menu.
    4

    3

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    4) Tap the Icon

    .

    to enter the

    to add a Sensor Pad.

    5) When the trash can icon
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    6.2 - ADDING AN ACCESSORY CAMERA
    If you have purchased an Accessory Camera, please follow the steps below to add it to the
    system.

    E
    N

    1) Tap the screen anywhere to bring up
    the menu.

    2

    2) Tap the Settings Icon

    3) Tap the Pairing Icon
    device pairing menu.

    .

    to enter the

    4) Tap the Icon
    to select/highlight
    CAMERA 2 (icon will be grayed out).
    5) Plug in and turn your Camera on.
    7
    4

    3

    6) Press and hold the Pause / Pairing
    button
    on the top right of the
    Camera.
    7) When the trash can icon
    the Camera is paired.

    appears,

    VIEWING MULTIPLE CAMERAS:
    With more than one camera you can view each camera individually or use the split screen
    mode to view all cameras connected simultaneously. Follow the steps below for multicamera viewing:

    2:04

    18°C

    1) Tap the camera selection icon CAM.
    The Camera Select Menu will popup and active cameras will have an
    icon with a camera number (inactive
    cameras will be grayed out).
    1

    3
    2:04

    2) Tap on the Camera Icon
    of the
    camera you would like to view (the icon
    turns blue).

    18°C

    3) The CAM # icon will appear in the left
    hand side of the info bar.
    2

    2:04

    18°C

    4) To view the split screen option, tap the
    Camera Icon
    .

    4

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    TROUBLESHOOTING
    TAKING CARE OF YOUR RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES
    • Ensure that you fully charge your battery for 8 hours before its first use.
    • To maintain maximum battery life it is recommended that you fully discharge your battery periodically.
    If your Parent Unit is not in use, please turn it OFF.

    FALSE ALARMS
    • Turn OFF the Camera.
    • Make sure there is no bedding between the mattress and the Sensor Pad.
    • If the crib has a spring or slat base, place a hardboard between the crib base and the Sensor Pad
    measuring at least 13 in x 13 in x ¼ in thick.
    • Make sure the Sensor Pad is positioned as described under the setup requirements. Sensitivity
    may need to be adjusted.

    ALARM WILL NOT SOUND
    • Avoid contact with the crib when the monitor is ON.
    • Place crib near a solid supporting wall to avoid Sensor Pad from detecting movement from outside the
    crib.
    • You may need to decrease the sensitivity.

    NO SOUND IS BEING TRANSMITTED
    • Check the volume level on the Parent Unit and the Camera to ensure they are set to an appropriate level.
    • Try bringing the Parent Unit closer to the Camera to see if you get sound.
    • Charge the parent unit.

    WEAK RECEPTION





    Bring units closer together.
    Change the position of one or both units.
    Place units on a flat surface away from baby’s reach.
    Recharge the Parent Unit.

    STATIC, DISTORTION, INTERFERENCES
    (FROM OTHER MONITORS, WIRELESS PHONES, WALKIE-TALKIES, ETC.)
    • Rotate Parent Unit or move it away from source of interference.

    FEEDBACK (LOUD NOISES EMITTED FROM THE PARENT UNIT)
    • Move units farther apart (at least 3 meters).
    • Decrease volume on Parent Unit.

    THE PARENT UNIT SCREEN IS BLACK (PARENT UNIT IS OFF)
    • Turn the Parent Unit back ON by pushing and holding the POWER ON/OFF button for 2 seconds.
    • Recharge the Parent Unit.

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    LIMITED WARRANTY
    Angelcare® warrants to the original owner of this
    product that Angelcare® video, movement and sound
    monitor is free from any material and workmanship
    defects, for a period of one (1) year from the date
    of the original purchase. If this monitoring system
    fails to function properly when used as directed
    under normal conditions within the one year period,
    Angelcare® will either repair or replace the product,
    at our discretion, free of charge. Please contact your
    distributor.
    The product must be accompanied by a proof
    of purchase, either a bill of sale or other proof
    that the monitoring system is within the warranty
    period. Angelcare® will bear the cost of repairing or
    replacing the product and shipping it back to you.
    This warranty does not apply to a product which
    has been damaged as a result of improper
    maintenance, an accident, improper voltage
    supply or any other form of misuse. The warranty
    is also void if the owner repairs or modifies the
    product in any way. Angelcare® is not liable for
    any incidental or consequential damages with
    regard to this product. The warranty also excludes
    any liability other than what is stated above. No
    other warranty is given.

    This warranty does not cover products and
    accessories which are not Angelcare-branded, or
    any problems that result from usage that is not
    in accordance with product instructions, failure
    to follow the product instructions, or problems
    caused by using accessories, parts or components
    not supplied by Angelcare.

    E
    N

    LEGAL RIGHTS VARY FROM COUNTRY TO
    COUNTRY. SOME COUNTRIES DO NOT ALLOW
    THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL
    OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE
    LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
    WE ARE NOT IN ANY WAY RESPONSIBLE FOR
    ANY OUTCOME RESULTING FROM THE USE OF
    THIS PRODUCT.
    IMPORTANT! This Angelcare® monitor is a personal
    care product. Please do not return this product
    to the store. If you have questions or need help,
    please call your distributor before returning this
    product.

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
    Range:
    Open field (Open area without obstructions):
    up to 820 ft / 250 meters.

    Batteries:

    Number of Channels:
    USA/Canada: 24 channels.
    Europe: 24 channels.

    • DO NOT mix alkaline standard
    (carbon-zinc), or rechargeable
    (NI-CD, NIMH, etc.) batteries.

    Power Supply:
    1 included Li-Ion battery (parent unit)
    100 - 240 VAC / 5 VDC adapter for the parent unit
    100 - 240 VAC / 5 VDC adapter for the camera
    1 included CR3032 battery (wireless sensor pad)
    (AC417, AC517)
    Caution: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do
    not expose this product to rain or moisture.
    Danger of explosion if batteries are incorrectly
    replaced. The battery included for the Parent
    Unit is a user replaceable Li-ion rechargeable
    battery, manufactured by manufatured by Icon
    Energy System (Shenzhen) Co Ltd. Only use the
    Angelcare recommended replacement battery.
    To obtain information on replacement batteries
    please contact Angelcare customer service:
    www.angelcarebaby.com or contact your local
    distributor. Instructions will be included with
    the replacement battery. Dispose of exhausted
    batteries properly according to your local
    ordinances. Keep all batteries away from children.

    • DO NOT mix old and new batteries.

    Transmission:
    Data transmission between the Parent
    Unit and the Camera is made on the 2.4 GHz
    frequency.
    Hereby, Angelcare Monitors Inc., declares this
    baby monitor is in compliance with the essential
    requirements and other relevant provisions of
    Directive 1999/5/EC.
    The EU declaration of conformity can be obtained
    at: www.angelcarebaby.com.

    PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT
    This electronic equipment contains reusable
    material and must not be disposed with
    domestic waste. Please take it to a collecting
    point for electric and electronic equipment
    (ask your local authorities for details).

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