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Interference or static noise in Luvion grand elite

I have the luvion grand elite monitor. I have 2 cameras. The 2nd camera has too much interference?? Too noisy for us to use, even though the 1st camera works perfectly.

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The Graco digital iMonitor scrambles the signal as it travels between the monitor and the receiver, making signals nearly impossible to be heard by others.

I had good experience with this product, it didn't suffer from the static noise problem.

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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cold be intefernce from any other electronic device... potentially at a neighbours. even though mifddle of the night, could be microwave, kettle, electric blanmket, heaitng system, etc etc ... any appliance. If on the 2.4ghz wavelength could also be a computer wireless network nearby? good luck with finding and isolating - worst case, take it back and get one on the 1.8ghz ... which is reserved for these devices, and cordless phones, etc

Posted on Sep 01, 2009

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SOURCE: add a camera to safety 1st baby monitor

1. Place camera and handset no more than 1 foot apart.
2. Select "Device" on handset and highlight "Add."
3. Press and hold button on camera. When green light starts to blink rapidly, press right on handset while continuing to hold camera button in.
4. When handset says "Please Wait," camera button can be released. "Successful" will display on handset screen when camera has been added.

Posted on Sep 18, 2009

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