Hi all, hoping I can get some help. We will have baby upstairs and need to monitor room temp. We have an awesome monitor but it reads temps odd and I wanted to know if I could get a cheap remote temperature alarm for the room to show and alarm temp seperatly. Any ideas or suggestions?
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31-12-2011 21:27 #1Junior Member
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Room temp display
31-12-2011 22:10 #2
I think my monitor reads it wierd too. I figured out that it was too close to bub so must of been picking up some of his body heat. You could try something like the following:
Remote viewing I don't know how far.
Easy to tell with the colour coding, doubles as a night light but no remote.
31-12-2011 22:19 #3
We have a Gro Egg (as linked in previous post) and it is spot in with temps. It doesn't have a remote but the coloured light makes it easy to see from DS's doorway whether it us too hot or cold in there. I love it!
01-01-2012 07:07 #4
I have an Oricom 700 video monitor & I'm happy with the temp that it displays as being accurate. So, look for the cheapest Oricom monitor with a temp display perhaps?
Or could you contact the monitor manufacturer & tell them the temp is displaying wrong & get a replacement? I had an issue with my Oricom monitor & they replaced it within a couple of days (you send it to them & they send one back).
01-01-2012 08:26 #5Senior Member
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Hi, I don't have any suggestions re remote temp monitoring. But did want to let you know that my monitor reads the temp around 3 degrees hotter all the time (even when no one in the room). It is an angelcare monitor. It does this in both winter and summer, and in other locations. We have a separate themometer in there too so we know what it really is.
01-01-2012 08:40 #6
01-01-2012 09:09 #7
I have had 5 kids an never used a room temp, just my opinion but waste of money just walk into the room if you feel cold add one extra layer of clothing to baby then what you are wearing if it's warm do the opposite.
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