— Safety first!! — Even though companies might claim that their Baby Monitors are SAFE - with '10.000 times less radiation' than the Internationally accepted Safety Norms, I would still advise CAUTION, as who would know what the actual SAFETY LEVELS would be!!
The SAFEST Baby Monitors according to me would one of the following:
IP-Cam with Security Features
IP Security Camera
IP Surveillance Camera
… which is LAN only which have NO RADIATION (not the W-LAN type) !!
The best option would be one that even has a 2-way (bi-directional) Audio, so you can not only listen in, but also talk back
Have a look at the TP-LINK TL-SC3130, which is such a model and even has a great low light performance (0.5 Lux) up to 640x480 pixels picture size, with simultaneous dual stream Video Streaming of Motion JPEG (MJPG) and MPEG-4 consuming only 1/4 of the bandwidth and storage.
Digital Baby Monitors: Are they Safe?
— Safety first!! — Even though companies might claim that their Baby Monitors are SAFE - with '10.000 times less radiation' than the Internationally accepted Safety Norms, I would advise CAUTION, as who would know what the actual SAFETY LEVELS would be!! The SAFEST Baby Monitors according to me would be an IP Security Camera with Microphone and even better with 2-way Audio).
Baby monitor health warning — 2014-12-02 - An Australian author has stirred up debate on whether or not baby monitors are safe, claiming they emit dangerous radiation.
Dr Magda Havas demonstrates how WiFi connects your laptop, iPhone and iPad to the internet via microwave radiation. You will also learn how WiFi base stations, portable phones and baby monitors constantly radiate microwave radiation. The Swiss Government feels that all of these devices have the potential to do great harm if used incorrectly and warn their citizens.
BABIES are being put at risk of cancer by hi-tech cot monitors which emit deadly radiation, it is claimed.
Parents will be horrified to learn that slow-pulsing microwaves blasted out by modern digital equipment may cause leukaemia, say scientists.
Lab tests have also linked the radiation to potentially fatal brain tumours, breast cancer, headaches and disturbed behaviour patterns in kids.
Consumer group Powerwatch has urged parents to ditch digital (DECT) monitors.
Boss Alasdair Philips said: "We don't recommend they are used. Do not put a wireless transmitter in your child's bedroom and irradiate them unnecessarily."
Emissions, even if the monitor is not in use, can reportedly reach six volts per metre-TWICE as strong as those found within 100 metres of mobile phone masts.
That's a similar amount given off by digital cordless phones, as we revealed this month.
Baby monitoring mats-which check a tot's temperature and breathing-are also a concern because it is claimed they can emit 120 TIMES the safe level of 0.05 volts per metre.
Digital products produce the radiation-but are popular because they provide clearer sound than old analogue monitors.
Expert Dr David Dowson said: "Until more research has been done, I would advise every parent not to use them."
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