Motorola MBP854 CONNECT Dual Mode Baby Monitor – Reviews, Questions & Answers

Motorola MBP854CONNECT Dual Mode Baby Monitor with 4.3-Inch LCD Parent Monitor and Wi-Fi Internet Viewing

Motorola MBP854CONNECT Dual Mode Baby Monitor with 4.3-Inch LCD Parent Monitor and Wi-Fi Internet Viewing features

  • Wireless 2.4 GHz FHSS technology, plus Wi-Fi Wireless Connectivity on a compatible device with the Free Hubble viewing application
  • Hubble App available for download on compatible smartphones, tablets and computers and features remote HD (720p) video streaming on devices capable of 720p display
  • 4.3-inch diagonal color screen on parent unit
  • Remote pan, tilt and zoom and touch controls
  • Video can be locally recorded on an SD card (sold separately)


Motorola MBP854CONNECT Dual Mode Baby Monitor with 4.3-Inch LCD Parent Monitor and Wi-Fi Internet Viewing
 

check-price-on-amazonThe mbp854connect is a remote wireless baby monitor by Motorola that enables you to always keep an eye on things both while at home on the parent unit and away on compatible smartphones, tablets and computers. The crystal clear two-way communication feature allows you to communicate without being in the same room. The free Hubble app on your compatible viewing device allows you to receive sound, motion and temperature notifications remotely, so you can be sure to always stay connected to what’s going on. This video monitor parent unit showcases a very large 4.3″ full color LCD screen, remote pan, tilt, and zoom functionality and infrared night vision for keeping an eye on your little one in very low light levels. With Motorola’s mbp854connect you’re free to watch them dream from anywhere.


 


Motorola MBP854CONNECT Dual Mode Baby Monitor with 4.3-Inch LCD Parent Monitor and Wi-Fi Internet Viewing
 

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Q:Will you tell me please if the AC power adapter says 220v? I am in Perú and i want to lnow if this monitor needs an energy transformer. Thanks

A:

Hi Rebeca,

The adapter is universal and you can use it in both 110 and 220v. I just installed it and i am very happy with the product.

Q:Can you turn off the WIFi feature that this offers? I have just heard a lot of horror stories of strangers logging in, but this has the best reviews.

A:

You can’t turn it off, but the only people who could log on would be people that can log on to your router. So as long as your router requires a password to use it, you should be fine.

Q:Can you connect additional cameras? If so, where do you purchase them and how much is it?

A:

According to the information Motorola provides yes you can add more. You can buy from Amazon or direct from Motorola. I think the cost is about $150 each. Thx

Q:does the two way communication work with phone app too or just the handheld?

A:

According to other reviews I’ve read (perhaps on other websites?) you can use 2-way with either, there may be more of a delay though when talking back through the app.

Q:Does it have night vision?

A:

Yes. had it a week now, and is very good. I don’t really like the touch screen navigation, because when I put it in my pocket, it starts pushing buttons-annoying. Good ol’fashion buttons would be better. But, very good picture quality, and I love the fact that you can access via the internet. Very few monitors offer this features. I would give it a 4 out of 5 stars so far.

Q:Can you add an additional camera to this unit? If so which camera should we purchase

A:

Yes, but good luck finding them. I’ve been looking for a couple of weeks. They don’t appear to exist.

Q:I’m looking for a wifi monitor that my parents (who live in another country) could access too. Does this Motorola monitor do the job?

A:

That’s a tough question to answer. If they can access the Hubble website from another country, then my guess would be it would work fine. I would recommend testing the website. First, you should go on there and see if you can access the site without owning a device. Then I would set up a name and password. The only trick with the Hubble website is only one username can be assigned to each “home”. When my wife wants to watch the camera on her iPhone, she logs in using my username and PW. So, you would then test to see if they can access the UN and PW that you set up for yourself….
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That’s a tough question to answer. If they can access the Hubble website from another country, then my guess would be it would work fine. I would recommend testing the website.
First, you should go on there and see if you can access the site without owning a device. Then I would set up a name and password. The only trick with the Hubble website is only one username can be assigned to each “home”. When my wife wants to watch the camera on her iPhone, she logs in using my username and PW. So, you would then test to see if they can access the UN and PW that you set up for yourself.
My guess is it might all work fine but there might be better devices that could help you and your parents view the baby from afar. The Motorola here is a great home monitor that HAPPENS to be useful outside of the home. You might find an outside-home-only monitor that allows multiple users and logins.
Hope that helps.
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