Philips SBCSC477 manual

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  • Brand: Philips
  • Product: Baby Monitor
  • Model/name: SBCSC477
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, Portuguese, Indonesian, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish

Table of Contents

Page: 0
Instructions for use
English 4
Instructions pour l’utilisation
Français 15
Modo de empleo
Español 26
Bedienungsanleitung
Deutsch 37
Gebruiksaanwijzing
Nederlands 48
Istruzioni per l’uso
Italiano 59
Instruções de uso
Português 70
 	

 81
Bruksanvisning
Svenska 92
Vejledning
Dansk 103
Bruksanvisning
Norsk 114
Käyttöohje
Suomi 125
baby monitor
SC477 DECT
SBC
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☎ Helpline
België & Luxemburg/
Belgien & Luxemburg/
Belgique & Luxembourg
(Belgium & Luxembourg)
Tel: 070 222303
Danmark (Denmark)
Tlf: 808 82814
Deutschland (Germany)
Phone: 0180 53 56 767
España (Spain)
Phone: 902 11 33 84
France
Phone: 08 25 88 97 89
	
 (Greece)
Phone: 00800 3122 1280
Ireland
Phone: 35 317 640000
Italia (Italy)
Phone: 800 820026
Nederland (Netherlands)
Phone: 0900 8406
Norge (Norway)
Phone: 2274 8250
Österreich (Austria)
Phone: 0810 001203
Portugal
Phone: 35 11 416 3333
Schweiz/ Suisse/ Svizzera
(Switzerland)
Tel.: 0844 800 544
Suomi (Finland)
puh. 09 615 80 250
Sverige
Phone: 08 598 522 50
UK (United Kingdom)
Phone: 0870 9009070
BE ✔ DK ✔ GR ✔ ES ✔ FR ✔
IRE ✔ IT ✔ LU ✔ NL ✔ AT ✔
PT ✔ FI ✔ SE ✔ UK ✔ NO✔
DE ✔ CH ✔
SBC SC477 /00 /05 /84 /00H /05H /84H
R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
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3
TALK
MONITOR
INTERCOM
OFF
DC
9V
LIGHT
SYSTEM
1
3
4
5
6
7
9
8
10
11
2
CHARGE
DC 9V
LEVEL
SYSTEM
POWER
TALK
PARENT
VOL
SENSIVITY
BABY
VOL
13
12
14
15
16
17
18
20
21
22
23
26
25
24
19
A) Baby Unit
B) Parent Unit
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ENGLISH
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Your baby monitor
SBC SC477
Philips is dedicated to producing caring, reliable products that new moms
and dads really need. Products whose reliability and operating quality bring
reassurance.You can trust this Philips baby monitor to provide round-the-
clock support by ensuring you can always hear your baby clearly, no matter
where you are in the house.
Philips Baby Care,Taking care together
Important information
Please read this guide carefully before using the baby monitor, and keep it
for future reference.This baby monitor is intended as an aid. It is not a
substitute for responsible and proper adult supervision and should not be
used as such.
• Make sure the Baby Unit and adapter cable are always out of reach of the
baby, at least one metre away.
• Never place the Baby Unit inside the baby ’s bed or playpen!
• Never cover the baby monitor (with a towel, blanket, etc.).
• Clean the baby monitor with a damp cloth.
• Never use the baby monitor near water.
Safety precautions
• Check if the voltage indicated on the type plate of the adapters
correspond to the local mains voltage before connecting to the mains
power supply.
• Do not use the set in moist places or close to water.
• Do not expose the set to extreme heat or light.
Contents
Help line 2
General 4
Important information 4
Product illustration on inside flap 5
Getting the baby monitor ready 6
Monitoring your baby 8
Using the family intercom system 9
Explanation of features 11
Problem solving 12
Technical specifications 13
Resetting to default factory settings 14
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Product illustration on inside flap
A) Baby Unit
1 night light button
2 night light
3 TALK button
4 battery check light lights red when battery power is low
5 DECT system check light
blinks red: connection not OK
lights red: no connection for more than 2 minutes,
the system check alarm on the Parent Unit beeps
blinks green: searching for connection
blinks green fast: transmitting sound
lights green: connection OK
6 loudspeaker
7 microphone
8 MONITOR / INTERCOM power on switch
9 battery compartment cover
10 DC power supply socket
11 AC power adapter
B) Parent Unit
12 sound-level lights
13 battery check light lights red when battery power is low
14 DECT system check light
blinks red: connection not OK
lights red: no connection for more than 2 minutes,
the system check alarm on the Parent Unit beeps
blinks green: searching for connection
blinks green fast: transmitting sound
lights green: connection OK
15 TALK button
16 microphone
17 loudspeaker
18 POWER button
Single Point Control
19 mode switch selects Parent Vol(ume), Baby Vol(ume) and
Baby Sensitivity
20 up (+)/down (-) adjusts sensitivity and volume of selected unit
21 charging base
22 charging light
23 DC power supply socket
24 AC power adapter
25 belt clip
26 battery compartment cover
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Getting the baby monitor ready
Baby Unit
For your convenience the Baby Unit can be mains or battery operated.
Mains operated use
1 Connect the AC power adapter (11) to a mains socket and the cord to
the DC power supply socket (10) of the Baby Unit.
2 The Baby Unit is now ready for mains operated use.
Battery operated use
1 Remove the battery compartment cover (9).
Push on the round part, keep it down and slide the cover downwards.
2 Insert four 1.5V, LR6 (AA) Alkaline batteries noting the + and -
configuration inside the battery compartment.
(The batteries are not included; we recommend non-rechargeable Philips
Alkaline batteries).
3 Put the battery compartment cover back in place. Put the cover on the
compartment and slide the cover upwards until it clicks.
4 The Baby Unit is now ready for battery operated use.
The Baby Unit operates for up to 30 hours on fresh batteries
(Philips Alkaline batteries, Baby night light switched off).
5 When the battery check light (4) flashes red, the battery power is low.
Install new batteries if this happens.
Tips:
– Switch off the Baby night light to save battery power, when the Baby Unit is
battery operated.
– Remove empty batteries from the Baby Unit.
Battery back-up
As soon as the batteries are inserted battery back-up will be activated. In
case of mains failure during mains operated use the unit will automatically
switch to battery operated use.As soon as the mains supply is back on
the unit switches to mains operated use again.
Parent Unit
The Parent Unit comes with and uses high performance rechargeable
battery pack.The battery pack must first be inserted and charged before
the Parent Unit can be used outside the charging base (21).
Note: Never operate the Parent Unit without a battery pack!
Without the battery pack, the unit might not work correctly.
TERCOM
DC
9V
TALK
MONITOR
INTERCOM
OFF
DC
9V
DC
9V
TALK
MONITOR
INTERCOM
OFF
DC
9V
DC
9V
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Mains operated use / charging the battery pack
1 Remove the battery compartment cover (9).
Push on the round part, keep it down and slide the cover downwards.
2 Insert the battery pack (without the battery pack, the unit might not work
correctly):
Plug the connector of the cable into the connector on the left side of the
battery compartment.
Place the side with the connection cable in the top of the battery
compartment.
3 Put the battery compartment cover back in place. Put the cover on the
compartment and slide the cover upwards until it clicks.
If the rechargable battery pack begins to lose its effectiveness, replace it with
a new battery pack. Use rechargeable NiMH battery packs only!
4 Connect the AC power adapter (24) to a mains socket and the cord to
the DC power supply socket (23) of the charging base.
5 Place the Parent Unit inside the charging base.
The red charging light (22) lights.
The Parent Unit can be operated now, but you should leave it in the
charging base until the battery pack is fully charged (at least 14 hours).
When the battery pack is fully charged, the Parent Unit can be taken out of
the charging base and used cordlessly for up to 16 hours.
When the battery check light (13) flashes red, the battery power is low.
Place the Parent Unit inside the charging base to recharge the battery pack.
Note: Never operate the Parent Unit without a battery pack!
Without the battery pack, the unit might not work correctly
Disposal of batteries
Dispose of used batteries in an environmentally friendly manner.
Do not mix old and new batteries, or different types of batteries.
Remove Baby Unit batteries if the baby monitor is not to be used for
long periods.
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DC 9V
CHARGE
POWER
TALK
PARENT
VOL
SENSIVITY
BABY
VOL
TALK
PARENT
VOL
SENSIVITY
BABY
VOL
TALK
L
SENSIVITY
Y
VOL
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Monitoring your baby
Switching on the units
1 Position the Baby Unit at least one metre away from your baby.
Never place the Baby Unit inside the baby ’s bed or playpen.
2 Set the MONITOR/INTERCOM power on switch (8) on the Baby Unit to
MONITOR.
> The DECT system check light (5) blinks (green).
3 Switch on the Parent Unit by pressing the POWER button (18).
> The DECT system check light (14) blinks (green).
> DECT system check lights of Baby Unit and Parent Unit light continuously
(green) when both units have established a connection.
Note:The Parent Unit beeps when it is (accidentally) switched off.
Adjusting loudspeaker volume
Parent Unit
1 Set the Single Point Control mode switch (19) on the Parent Unit to
PARENT VOL.
2 Press the Single Point Control +/- button (20) on the Parent Unit to
increase/decrease the loudspeaker volume of the Parent Unit.
> The sound-level lights (12) on the Parent Unit give visual feedback about
the setting for approximately 3 seconds.
0 lights = monitoring baby silently
5 lights = maximum
Note:A high pitched noise may occur in case the units are too close to each
other.To avoid this you should set the Parent Unit volume to 0 before
placing the units close to each other.
Baby Unit
3 Set the volume/sensitivity selection switch (19) on the Parent Unit to
BABY VOL.
4 Press the Single Point Control +/- button (20) on the Parent Unit to
increase/decrease the loudspeaker volume of the Baby Unit.
> The sound-level lights (12) on the Parent Unit give visual feedback about
the setting for approximately 3 seconds.
0 lights = speaker off
5 lights = maximum
Note:You can only change the Baby Unit volume if the connection between the
Baby Unit and Parent Unit is established.
PARENT
VOL
SENSIVIT
Y
BABY
VOL
PARENT
VOL
SENSIVIT
Y
BABY
VOL
LEVEL
SYSTEM
POWER
MONITOR
INTERCOM
OFF
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PARENT
VOL
SENSIVIT
Y
BABY
VOL
PARENT
VOL
SENSIVIT
Y
BABY
VOL
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Adjusting microphone sensitivity
1 Set the Single Point Control mode switch (19) on the Parent Unit to
BABY SENSITIVITY.
2 Press the Single Point Control +/- button (20) on the Parent Unit to
increase/decrease the microphone sensitivity of the Baby Unit.
> The sound-level lights (12) on the Parent Unit give visual feedback about
the setting for approximately 3 seconds.
0 lights = minimum level
5 lights = maximum level (continuous transmission)
Note:When set to maximum level (continuous transmission), the Baby Unit
monitors continuously and all sounds, regardless of level, can be heard on
the Parent Unit. Battery operating time may decrease to approximately
8 hours during continuous transmission.
Note:You can only change the Baby Unit sensitivity if the connection between
the Baby Unit and Parent Unit is established
Using the family intercom system
Talking back to comfort your baby
1 Set up both units to MONITOR your baby’s sounds.
2 Adjust the loudspeaker volume level of the Baby Unit, using the Single Point
Control switch and buttons, to a level you prefer.
3 On the Parent Unit, press and hold the TALK button (15) and talk clearly
into the microphone.
While the TALK button on the Parent Unit is being pressed, no sounds from
the Baby Unit can be heard on the loudspeaker of the Parent Unit.
Note:Wait with talking until the system check light is blinking green.
Note: In case the loudspeaker volume of the Baby Unit is set to 0 the system
check light will light red, while pressing the TALK button.
4 Release the TALK button when finished.
LEVEL
SYSTEM
POWER
PARENT
VOL
SENSIVIT
Y
BABY
VOL
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PARENT
VOL
SENSIVIT
Y
BABY
VOL
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Two way intercom
Your SBC SC477 is suited for use as a two-way intercom.
1 Set the MONITOR / INTERCOM power on switch (8) on the Baby Unit
to INTERCOM.
> The DECT system check light blinks (green).
2 Switch on the Parent Unit by pressing the POWER button.
3 Wait for an established connection (system check lights green).
4 Adjust the loudspeaker volume level of the Baby Unit to a level you prefer.
5 Adjust the loudspeaker volume level of the Parent Unit to a level you
prefer.
6 On the Parent Unit, press and hold the TALK button (15) and talk clearly
into the microphone.
Note:Wait with talking until the system check light is blinking green.
Note: In case the TALK button is pressed on the Parent Unit, and the
loudspeaker volume of the Baby Unit is set to 0, the system check lights
will light red.
Note: In case the TALK button is pressed on the Baby Unit, and the loudspeaker
volume of the Parent Unit is set to 0, the Parent Unit will beep to indicate
this.
7 Release the TALK button (15) when you are finished.
8 On the Baby Unit, press and hold the TALK (3) button and talk clearly
into the microphone.
9 Release the TALK (3) button when you are finished.
While the TALK button on either unit is being pressed, a signal from the
other unit cannot be heard. In other words,only one person should speak
at a time.
LEVEL
SYSTEM
POWER
LEVEL
SYSTEM
POWER
SYSTEM
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MONITOR
INTERCOM
OFF
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Explanation of features
Monitoring baby silently
• Set the Single Point Control mode switch (19) on the Parent Unit to
PARENT VOL and adjust the volume of the Parent Unit to the lowest
level with the Single Point Control +/- button (20).
> The sound-level lights (12) visually alert you to baby’s sounds.The more
sound your baby makes, the more lights light.
Checking that the units have established a
connection
• Check that the DECT system check light (14) on the Parent Unit lights
continuously (green) to confirm that the connection between both units
is reliable.
> The light flashes red and the system check alarm on the Parent Unit
beeps when:
- the units are not in touch;
- out of range;
- if there is interference.
Switching on the night light
• Push the Baby Unit’s night light button to switch the night light on and
off.
> Switch off the night light when operating the Baby Unit on batteries to
conserve power.
Operating range
• The SBC SC477 baby monitor has an open air operating range of up to
300 metres.Walls, ceilings, large objects and even glass will decrease the
operating range. Depending on your local circumstances the operating
range can decrease down to approximately 50 metres.The system check
function (lights 5, 14 and beeping sound on the Parent unit) will in
principle indicate to you the reliability of the connection between the
Parent unit and Baby unit and whether you are out of range.
PARENT
VOL
SENSIVIT
Y
BABY
VOL
1
2
LIGHT
SYSTEM
LEVEL
SYSTEM
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LIGHT
SYSTEM
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Problem solving
If a fault occurs, first check the points listed below. If you are unable to
remedy a problem by following these hints, contact the helpline (see next
paragraph) or consult your dealer.
Under no circumstances should you try to repair the set yourself as this will
invalidate the guarantee.
Problem Possible cause Solution
DECT system check Parent Unit: unit is not turned on. Press POWER button.
light does not light Baby Unit: unit is not turned on. Switch on with MONITOR/INTERCOM
power switch.
Batteries are low. Replace/recharge batteries.
Power adapter is not plugged in or Plug in power adapter or replace batteries.
batteries are exhausted.
DECT system check Battery pack not inserted into Put battery pack in Parent Unit.
light of Parent Unit Parent Unit.
keeps blinking green
High pitched noise Units are too close to each other. Move Parent Unit away from Baby Unit.
Volume too high. Decrease the Parent Unit volume.
Parent Unit batteries Battery life is at an end. Replace rechargeable battery pack,
do not charge using only NiMH rechargeable battery pack.
No sound Volume on Parent Unit is set too low. Increase Parent Unit volume.
Sensitivity setting on Baby Unit too low. Adjust sensitivity level of Baby Unit.
Units are out of range. Move Parent Unit closer to Baby Unit.
DECT system check No power to one of both units. Check MONITOR/INTERCOM
light is red (blinking) power switch on Baby Unit.
Baby Unit and POWER switch on
Parent Unit.
Battery check light Batteries are low or empty.
is blinking Parent Unit: Recharge battery pack.
Baby Unit: Replace or remove batterries.
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Talk-back not Speaker volume of Baby Unit is set to 0. Set speaker volume to 1 or higher.
working *
Intercom function Baby Unit is in the baby monitor mode. Set Baby Unit in the intercom mode.
not working * Speaker volume of Baby Unit is set to 0. Set speaker volume to 1 or higher.
Units too far away from each other. Decrease distance between units.
DECT system check Units too far away from each other. Decrease distance between units.
light (flashing red)/ Batteries are low. Replace/recharge batteries.
System check alarm Units cannot establish a connection, Try solving the problem by using the factory
beeps on Parent Unit even when close to each other. initialisation mode.
*) In talk/intercom function, when either the Parent or Baby Unit is
transmitting, the other unit can only receive and not transmit.
The TALK function of the Parent Unit has priority over that of the Baby
Unit.When both switches are pressed simultaneously, the Parent Unit
TALK function will be activated.
Technical specifications
Power supply: – Battery pack; rechargeable NiMH for Parent
Unit (included)
– Optional batteries 4 x 1.5V; AA for
Baby Unit (not included)
– AC power adapter 230V AC, 50 Hz
Operating range: Up to 300 metres in ideal conditions.
Range will be affected by walls, doors, etc.
Indoors the range may decrease to 50
meters
Operating temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C
Standard: Digital Enhanced Cordless
Telecommunications (DECT)
Only use the AC power adapter included or a type that complies with
safety standard EN60950 and has the following specification:
9 Volt DC/ 200 mA.
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Resetting to default factory settings
Factory Initialisation mode
With this mode both units can be reset to the default factory settings.
Factory Initialisation can be used if problems occur which can not be
solved by following the suggestions in chapter ‘Problem solving’.
1 Make sure the units are within a range of 1 metre from each
other.
2 Switch off both units.
Note:The units have to be put in Factory Initialisation mode together.
Therefore step 4 should be executed within 5 seconds after the
DECT system check light on the Baby unit starts blinking (step 3).
3 KeepTALK button on Baby Unit pressed for at least 6 seconds,
while turning on the power (power on switch to MONITOR or
INTERCOM).
> The DECT system indicators will blink alternatively red/green.
4 Keep TALK button on Parent Unit pressed for at least
6 seconds, while pressing the POWER button.
> The DECT system indicators will blink alternatively red/green.
> When the units have found each other (normally within
30 - 120 seconds) this will be indicated by a ‘beeping’ sound from both
units.Then connection will be re-established.
Note: By exectuting the factory initialisation mode Parent Volume, Baby Volume
and Baby Sensitivity are automatically reset to their factory default
settings. Personal preferences need to be set again.
Factory default settings are:
- Parent Volume: 3 lights
- Baby Volume: 3 lights
- Baby Sensitivity: 3 lights
Need Help?
In case you have any questions about the SC477, please contact our
helpline for assistance! You can find the number in the list on page 2.
Before you call, please read this manual carefully.
You will be able to solve most of your problems.
The model number of the baby monitor is SBC SC477.
Date of purchase: _____ /_____ /______
day /month /year
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SYSTEM
POWER
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Dealer’s name, address and signature
Nom, adresse et signature du revendeur
Name,Anschrift und Unterschrift des Händlers
Naam, adres en handtekening v.d. handelaar
Nombre, direccion y firma del distribudor
Nome, indirizzo e firma del fornitore
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Återförsäljarens namn, adress och signatur
Forhandlerens navn, adresse og unterskrift
Forhandlerens navn, adresse og unterskrift
Jälleenmyyjän nimi, osoite ja allekirjoitus
Nome, morada e assinature da loja
Date of purchase - Date de la vente - Verkaufsdatum - Aankoopdatum - Fecha de compra - Date d’acquisito -
Data da adquirição - G#	# 	 - Inköpsdatum - Anskaffelsesdato - Kjøpedato - Oatopäivä -
6 month guarantee on rechargeable batteries
6 mois de garantie sur les piles rechargeables
6 meses de garantía para las pilas recargables
6 Monate Garantie auf wiederaufladbare Batterien
6 maanden garantie op oplaadbare batterijen
Garanzia di 6 mesi sulle batterie ricaricabili
Pilhas recarregáveis com 6 meses de garantia
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6 månaders garanti på laddningsbara batterier
6 måneders garanti på genopladelige batterier
6 måneders garanti på de oppladbare batteriene
Ladattavilla akuilla on 6 kuukauden takuu
Type: SBC SC477
Serial nr:_____________________________________________________________
XP SBC SC 477.1 Mediaware 13-11-2002 16:08 Pagina 138

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