Safety & Convenience

As parents with an infant, we know how precious nap time can be. They're the rare moments of quiet when you can put your feet up and just relax. Quickly connect your parent unit to your TV and you can check on your baby while catching up the news or watching your favorite show.

This is just one of many innovative features available on your baby monitor. It's safety and convenience, together.

Connecting to Your TV
Whether it's to keep an eye on your baby through your TV's PIP (Picture in Picture) mode or to view the monitor in a bigger screen, connecting your parent unit is simple. We're working hard to make things as simple as possible. Just connect you're A/C cable from your parent unit to your TV.

When using your TV or computer monitor, the picture may appear to be grainy as your baby monitor camera limits the video resolution to VGA. This is not a defect or a malfunction as this feature was designed to be used with your TV's PIP (Picture in Picture) function. Check your TV/Monitor product manual to see if the PIP (Picture in Picture) feature is available on your TV/Monitor. When connected to the TV or monitor, the receiver screen will go black.
Note: This feature is only available on the SEW-3034 (SmartView) and the SEW-3035 (SecureView)

Features Designed with Your Convenience in Mind
Samsung BabyView baby monitors come standard with many features designed with your convenience in mind. First, the pure digital signal provides secure and interference free video of your baby.

All four models come standard with night vision capability. You can check on your baby without disturbing him/her by turning on the light. All four models also come with SD Card Slots for video record and upload, making it easy to share videos of you baby with loved ones. Furthermore, your parent unit can be programmed to give you reminders for scheduled feedings and other important events. Lastly, your single parent unit can be coupled with up to four wireless cameras, making your baby monitor into a monitoring system.