Dimensions (Overall): 4 inches (H) x 2.5 inches (W) x 2.5 inches (D)
Weight: 8 ounces
Model Compatibility: Infant Optics
Wireless Frequency/Band: 2.4 GHz
Communication Type: One Way
Maximum Operating Range: 700 feet
Number of channels: 1 frequency channels
Power Source: USB-powered
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Warranty: 1 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869
Item Number (DPCI): 030-04-1187
For parents wanting to monitor multiple rooms or children, the DXR-8 add-on Camera Unit can be used with your existing Infant Optics DXR-8 baby monitor. Each DXR-8 monitor pairs up to 4 Camera Units. Viewing direction is remotely controlled both horizontally and vertically. Compatible with Infant Optics Optical Zoom Lens (sold separately) and Optical Wide Angle Lens (sold separately). Constructed with multi-layered glass lens pieces in aluminum housing for improved video performance. 100-240V compatible power adapter included
This monitor system is great! We moved to this model from an outdated Summer Infant model we had with our first child. The clarity of the camera is amazing and I love being able to pan the entire room. Also, the whole system (including the second camera) was super easy to set up.
I bought this add-on camera to compliment the Infant Optics monitoring system I have at home. What I like about this brand is that I can use my existing monitor to toggle between both cameras in different rooms. The quality of the image is very clear and has night mode as well. It does not require wi-fi which I find to be a bonus. Highly recommend!
This camera was easy to add to our alright existing camera and monitor set. It scans between both cameras if we want or we can manually keep it one one camera and then manually switch to the other camera. The only thing I dislike about this system is that the sound of a crying child only comes through if the monitor is currently displaying that camera. I wish the sound came through for either camera, especially in the middle of the night.