How to Connect Baby Monitor to Samsung TV – Samsung SmartCam
- Samsung has a special application called Smart Cam that enables baby monitors to connect to TV
- Connect the wifi to the camera
- Go to samsungsmartcam.com and fill out the details on the sign-up page
- Enter the camera serial number (unique to the camera)
- Add the camera
- Open set up tap
- Select the network tap
How to Connect Motorola Baby Monitor to TV
- You need an AV cable which does not come with Motorola baby monitor.
- Connect an AV cable into the AV OUT socket on the Parent Unit and into the AV input of the TV.
- Scroll to select TV on the Parent unit.
- Scroll through the AV inputs on the TV menu until the Baby monitor picture is visible.
How to Connect Smart Cameras to Amazon Fire TV and Alexa
How to View Security Camera on Google Chromecast
The video below shows how you can screencast the footage from your baby monitor on Google Chromecast.
Top Baby Monitors that Can Be Connected to a TV
Below is a list of our top baby monitors that can be connected to a smart TV using a cable or using compatible smart home ecosystems.
|Name of Baby Monitor||Feature||Check Price|
|Arlo Baby Monitor||Connects to Google Home, Alexa Fire TV, |
Smart TV, Apple’s Homekit
|Nest Baby Monitor||Connects to Google Home and Smart TV||Check Price|
|Miku Baby Monitor||Connects to Smart TV||Check Price|
|Larkkey Wifi Camera||Connects to Google Home and Smart TV||Check Price|
|Kasa Cam by TP-Link||Connects to Google Home and Smart TV||Check Price|
|Blink XT2||Compatible with Amazon Alexa Home||Check Price|
|Wyze Cam Baby monitor||Compatible with Google Home Hub, |
Alexa Home apps (Echo Show, Dot)
& Kindle Fire
|Canary Baby Monitor||Compatible with Google Home||Check Price|
|Ring Cam||Compatible with Alexa Home and Kindle Fire||Check Price|
You can also check out our list of baby monitors and cameras that are compatible with Google Home. All baby monitors and security cameras that can work with Google Home can stream video on Chromecast using the 7-inch tablets that you get when you purchase the Google Home Hub.
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