If you’re looking for a non-WiFi baby monitor, security is probably your number one priority, and you’ve come to the right page. I have reviewed the best non-wifi baby monitors you can find in the market in 2022 with a comparison of secure and hack-proof video baby monitors that function without wifi.
The best monitors you will find in the market in 2022 are much more improved in their design and features than those available 2 years ago. And this is great progress for all that appreciate simple non-connected monitors without all the cluttering features. We have updated this list to reflect the new models that we have included.
Without more chat and delay, let’s dive into our list, starting with a comparison of our top-tier models;
Top Models Comparison of Non-WiFi® Baby Monitors
Highly-Rated Dual-Camera Infant Monitors With Split Screen & No Wifi
All Our 12 Top Picks for a Wifi-Free Monitoring of Babies;
- Infant Optics DXR 8 Pro – Editors’ Choice and overall best pick
- Eufy Spaceview Baby Monitor – Best design & rich in features
- Bonoch – Best non-wifi baby monitor with VOX
- HelloBaby Video Baby Monitor: Best for Night vision
- VTech VM919HD: Best for Large Screen
- Anmeate Baby Monitor: Most Affordable Baby Monitor without Wifi
- Babysense 4.3′ Video Baby Monitor – Best Non-wifi Monitor with Split-screen
- Panasonic Video Baby Monitor: Best Non-wifi Monitor with Longest Range
- VAVA Baby Monitor – Best for Display (IPS)
- LBtech – Best 2-camera monitor without Wifi
- OOTDAY Baby Monitor – Best Recording non-wifi Baby Monitor
- Motorola Comfort75: Best No-wifi monitor with 2-way talk
The Best Baby Monitor Without Wi-Fi® in 2022 – Infant Optics DXR 8 Pro.
The Infant Optics DXR 8 Pro earned the title of “best non-wifi baby monitor” in 2022 and for very deserving reasons. Over 50,000 parents have expressed their trust in this brand with an approving average rating of 4.8/5. Considering critical user data on the reliability of its features, it also won our vote and edged out VAVA Baby Monitor which was our pick last year.
The new improved Infant Optics has improved signal connectivity using Gaussian Frequency-Shift Keying (GFSK) modulation which is known to be more reliable and stable as per their website. The advantages of Infant Optics’ GFSK modulation are that it is very resistant to multipath interference. This means that the signal can travel through walls and other obstacles without losing its quality.
Infant Optics Pro also has a larger 5-inch LCD screen that relays 720p HD videos which can clearly see the entire nursery. You can also remotely control the camera which comes with an interchangeable lens giving you the option to use a wide-angle or standard view.
For the most secure connection, you should consider Infant Optics Pro which uses FHSS technology to solve two key problems that most monitors have; interference and jamming. Interference with other devices that use 2.4 GHz frequency is minimal. It also eliminated signal jamming where malicious persons may try to disrupt or access the signal of your baby monitor.
With this monitor’s improved 1000mW speaker and interference-free connection, you get quality louder volume with crisper sound playback.
Infant Optics went further to give parents excellent sound output by investing in a noise-reduction feature that filters out background noise. This patent-pending Active Noise Reduction (ANR) technology is a lifesaver especially if you have some background noise in the nursery such as air purifiers, or humidifiers.
Watch this short 40-second clip on ANR to get an idea of how big the difference is when ANR is on and when ANR is off. In the video below, I have skipped it to start at 4:30 when she talks about ANR, just click play;
Being a non-connected device, you can be confident that your baby’s signals cannot be hacked. But it also means that the device will work even when there is a power outage. The battery for this monitor can keep working for up to 12 hours on a single charge(with eco-mode on) but Infant Optics promises 8 to 10 hours of monitoring.
Another really cool feature that I really like is the soundbar LED on the side of the screen unit as shown in the two images below. I managed to get screenshots of when sound level is low(just one bar) and when sound level is high(8 bars) as shown below;
This model also has controls for brightness and volume at a very well-thought location at the top of the screen for easy access as shown below;
This model is also expandable and can pair up to 4 cameras to the single screen unit. I found it pretty easy to add the second camera that I had to get when my other monitor broke down and has to rely on Infant Optics to monitor both my newborn and his 2-year-old brother.
The image below shows the easy interface you’ll navigate on the screen to add the second camera;
Below is a table with a comparison of the old Infant Optics model and the new Improved DXR 8 Pro
|Infant Optics DXR 8 (Original)||Infant Optics DXR 8 Pro|
|The range is 700 ft||Has an extended range of up to1000 ft.|
|Does not have a feeding alarm function||There are 1/2/3/4/5/6 hour timer alarm options|
|800mW speaker||1000 mW speaker|
|Does not have a background-noise reduction feature, ANR||It has a special feature to reduce background noise for crisp audio called Active Noise Reduction Technology (ANR)|
|Up to 2X zoom with optical zoom and digital zoom used together||Up to 6X zoom with optical and digital zoom used together|
|3.5-inch display with low-quality 480p VGA format||Large 5 inch 720p HD display/screen|
|12 months warranty||12 months default warranty but another 12 months is available upon registration of warranty (total of 24 months)|
|Supports up to 4 cameras. Add-on cams are available on Amazon here.||Supports up to 4 cameras. Add-on cameras are available on Amazon here.|
|It does not have VOX mode||It has VOX mode|
|Battery life of 6 hours||Decent battery life of 8 to 10 hours|
|Buy on Amazon||Buy on Amazon|
The 5-inch display gives you a clear 720p HD view of your baby and comes with an interchangeable wide-angle or standard view lens. You can remotely pan, tilt, and zoom the camera to get a better view of your baby. The two-way talk feature lets you communicate with your baby from another room. You can also play pre-recorded lullabies on the monitor to soothe your baby to sleep.
The DXR 8 comes with a set of accessories that improve its functionality. These include a power adapter, an additional camera, a table stand, and mounting screws. You also get a 1-year warranty guaranteed which may be extended to 24 months if you register your warranty within 7 days of purchase.
You can mount it on the wall or on a flat surface. You get a mounting kit but can also choose to get a custom mounting kit such as crib mounts on Amazon for less than $30. It has a longer connection range of 1000 ft which is almost 30% improvement from the older model.
|Name||Infant Optics DXR-8 and Infant Optics DXR-8 Pro|
|Image of Infant Optics DXR 8|
|Release Date||Infant Optics DXR-8 was initially released in 2013 but a renewed model was released in January 2015 and in 2017. Infant Optics DXR-8 Pro was released in 2020|
|Sales to Date||Over 1,000,000 units sold according to their website|
|Why parents love it||100% secure, reliable audio and video, incredible camera, long-range, expandable as it can support up to four cameras|
|Features of Infant Optics DXR 8||700 ft. range, 3.5-inch dedicated parent unit, does not use wifi, does not connect to phone, uses FHSS transmission technology, durable for up to 3 years, night vision, 8 infrared LED lights, parent unit uses batteries that last up to 8 hours, non-HD video but clear images, interchangeable lens, support up to 4 cameras, has a replacement screen. |
DXR-8 Pro has 5-inch display and displays in 720p HD resolution
|Current Standing||Best Selling Baby Monitor in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020. It is still leading in sales in 2021|
|Warranty||12 months for Infant Optics DXR 8 and 24 months for Infant Optics DXR 8 Pro|
|Cost of Infant Optics DXR 8||Check Price|
|Cost of Infant Optics DXR 8 Pro||Check Price|
Original Infant Optics DXR 8 Pros:
- 1. It gives you quality videos of your baby despite its VGA display (non-HD).
- 2. It supports up to 4 cameras and you can replace the camera or the handheld/screen unit
- 3. It has an interchangeable camera lens with a wide-angle, giving you the widest viewing angle
- 4. It is hack-proof as it uses FHSS technology in the 2.4 GHz frequency band
- 5. Extremely easy to use
- 6. Very durable – You can count on it for at least 2 years, although it has a one year warranty
- 7. It has an ‘Audio-only mode’ which means you can turn off the screen while the sound remains on
Original Infant Optics DXR 8 Cons:
- 1. It does not support split-screen viewing if you want to use two cameras
- 2. The display is not high definition, VGA resolution
Below are the features of this video monitor;
Pros of New Infant Optics DXR 8 Pro:
- 1. A large 5-inch screen that displays in HD, 720p HD
- 2. Improved zoom feature, 6x optical and digital zoom, better than VAVA and older Infant Optics’ 4x
- 3. Secure transmission thanks to its FHSS technology
- 4. It has a noise-reduction feature and improved speakers to give you and the baby crisp sound quality – No other monitor has this Active Noise Reduction feature
- 5. Better transmission range compared to the older Infant Optics DXR 8 – They claim to have fixed connection issues experienced in the older model.
- 6. Improved night vision
- 7. Unlike Vava and Eufy Spaceview that give you low-battery warning alerts once before it dies, Infant Optics DXR-8 Pro gives you alerts until you plug it into power.
- 8. It is Voice-activated online VAVA and the older Infant Optics DXR 8.
- 9. Comes with 1 year warranty, extendable for another 2 years upon warranty registration. That’s 24 months!
- 10. It has VOX mode which is lacking in the older version
Drawbacks of New Infant Optics DXR 8 Pro:
- 1. More expensive compared to the earlier model, Infant Optics DXR 8
- 2. It does not have split-screen viewing for monitoring twins on the same screen
Best Design Baby Monitor with No Wi-fi
If you want the best non-wifi baby monitor with the best design and generous add-on features such as a crib mount, you may want to pick Eufy Spaceview Baby Monitor.
The monitor comes with an LCD color screen that measures 5-inches in diagonal, almost the size of the iPhone 12 of the early 2015s. What I like specifically about the design is how the monitor buttons are placed so that they are not easily pressed. Some brands are notorious for having loose keys that can get you waking up the baby with 2-way talk when you mistakenly touch the talk button.
Check out the monitor and the camera unit below.
You must appreciate that the screen looks super organized with icon, alerts and notifications positioned on both the top and bottom.
Overall, the monitor unit looks sleek and can easily be mistaken for a smartphone when placed at a distance. The 5-inch display gives you a generous viewing area that is helped by the large icons. The side bezel houses the 8 different buttons for quick access to features.
Eufy Spaceview camera design:
Your baby would probably like the design of this monitor’s camera too. The camera has a circular design on one-half of the 360-degree viewing camera. While it is not a bunny, this well-designed dome-shaped camera can rotate up to 360-degrees. The base is stable and the movements are silent. You can remotely control the movement of the camera to see your baby or nursery from different angles or focus on a particular area in the room. You can focus the cameras sideways reaching up to 330 degrees from wall to wall and 110 degrees from floor to ceiling.
The night vision feature is improved with the use of 12 IR LEDs. This monitor’s night vision sensor that’s built into the camera unit will automatically turn on the IR LEDs for a clear black and white view of your baby in a dark room. The viewing range is up to 15-feet even in pitch-black conditions.
- Sound alert
- Night vision
- Temperature monitor
- Two way talk audio
- 1.5x & 2x
- 5-inch LCD display
- Has an antenna that you can only extend if the connection is spotty.
|Eufy Spaceview Baby Monitor||Infant Optics DXR 8||Infant Optics DXR 8 Pro|
|Wider room coverage with 330 degrees pan and 110 degrees tilt||Coverage of 270 degrees pan and 110 degrees tilt||Coverage of 270 degrees pan and 108 degrees tilt|
|Has a lullaby player with 5 lullabies||No lullaby player||No lullaby player|
|Large 5200 mAh battery that lasts for up to 12 hours in normal usage situation||A battery that lasts for 6 hours||A battery that lasts for 8 to 10 hours|
|It is voice-activated||It is not voice-activated||It is voice-activated|
|720 p HD resolution images and videos on a 5-inch screen||VGA display (low-resolution images) on a 3.5-inch screen||720 p HD resolution images and videos on a 5-inch screen|
|1000 ft. range||700 ft. range||1000 ft. range|
|Up to 2X zoom||Up to 4X zoom||Up to 6X zoom|
|12 months warranty||12 months warranty||24 months warranty|
|No ANR||No ANR||Has Active Noise Reduction Technology (ANR)|
|Uses regular speaker||Uses regular speaker||Has improved 1000 mW speaker|
|Other features: 2-way talk, night vision, supports up to 4 cameras, has a temperature sensor||Other features: 2-way talk, night vision, supports up to 4 cameras, has temperature sensor||Other features: 2-way talk, night vision, supports up to 4 cameras, has temperature sensor|
|Buy on Amazon||Buy on Amazon||Buy on Amazon|
- 1. Great HD images and videos, challenging wifi baby monitors
- 2. A modest range
- 3. Great mechaninical pan and tilt
- 4. Can support up to 4 cameras
- 5. Large 5-inch screen
- 6. It has lullabies – a feature missing in Infant Optics
- 7. Long battery life
- 8. It is voice-activated
- 9. High-quality night vision images and videos
- 1. Great HD images and videos, challenging wifi baby monitors
- 2. A modest range
- 3. Great mechaninical pan and tilt
- 4. Can support up to 4 cameras
- 5. Large 5-inch screen
- 6. It has lullabies – a feature missing in Infant Optics
- 7. Long battery life
- 8. It is voice-activated
- 9. High-quality night vision images and videos
Best Baby Monitor with Voice Activation Non-Wi-Fi®
If you want the best non-wifi baby monitor with Voice Activation, you may want to pick Bonoch Baby Monitor which enabled the monitor to enter into sleep mode when your baby is quietly asleep.
Baby monitors are known to transmit a burst of emf radiation even when they are in standby mode. This is because they have to be always linked or paired with the parent unit. To avoid this, the Bonoch baby monitor has a unique feature called voice activation which will put the monitor to sleep when your baby is sound asleep and only turned on again when your baby starts making noise is exceed the set lowest sound level threshold. You can adjust the decibels level for ‘Low’ or Medium and can also set it to ‘off’ mode if you want the monitor to be on all the time.
Among the variety of VOX sensitivity settings in this secure FHSS video baby monitor without Wifi, you can also set the time when you want the monitor to go on sleep mode for some periods. They give you 5, 30, and 60 minutes options.
This VOX feature is very helpful if you appreciate your baby’s privacy and want to avoid the EMF radiation from your monitor. While you could argue that babies don’t have privacy or are not aware, consider how you would feel having a live camera and microphone in your room at all times, monitoring and recording your every move.
- No wifi or app-simply plug and play
- Crisp, clear image quality with 720p high definition screen
- Impressive zooming capabilities, up to 4X digital zoom
- Clear night vision, with no red dot or red light from the camera to disturb your baby
- Allows you to add more cameras to monitor multiple rooms
- Has eight built-in lullabies to help soothe the baby to sleep
- Alarm timer lets you set reminder for feedings, diaper checks, naps
- Very good battery life for all day and night monitoring
- Decent transmission range with steady signal reception
- Great pricing
- Buttons are not easy to use at night, would be better if they lit up in darkness
Best for Night vision Baby Monitor Without Wifi
If you want the best no wifi video monitor with the best night vision that is enhanced with a high-end invisible IR sensor, Hellobaby is your go-to brand. And you can now choose between the older 3.2-inch monitor or the new 5-inch monitor
Below is the image for the 5-inch model;
Baby monitors are able to send you pictures to your screen even in the dark but since the camera needs light to ‘illuminate’ and take pictures of your baby. Hellobaby uses a low-light sensor that uses an invisible infrared LED to illuminate your baby in the dark. The camera captures the natural heat that is emitted by your baby and creates a black & white image on the monitor. You will be able to see your baby even if the room is completely dark.
It is very important that infrared LED lights are invisible as bright infrared LED lights in your baby’s nursery will disturb your baby’s sleep. In addition, it is very critical that the camera uses an inbuilt sensor to detect low-light conditions such as at night.
Brands that require you to manually turn them on make it easy to forget and your baby will be disturbed by you having to physically go to the nursery to turn it on. In addition, you’ll have to turn it off in the morning so you can switch from night-vision black and white images to color images. A big hassle.
Hellobaby 5-inch Baby Monitor is perfect for parents who want to stay connected to their little one without risking security or worrying about data plans.
This video baby monitor is the newest model by Hellobaby, just released this past year – 2021. It uses secure 2.4 GHz FHSS technology that is hackproof and does not require the internet to operate, which makes it a perfect choice for parents who want to keep an eye on their baby while they are home.
- 1. Inexpensive compared to others on this list
- 2. Clear night vision
- 3. Two VOX settings, the low setting allows us to have a noise machine in the nursery without it activating the monitor but will pick up the baby crying.
- 4. The hello baby monitor can turn on lullaby music from the parent unit, allows us to turn it on for the baby without having to go into the room.
- 5. The battery life of the parent unit is decent.
- 6. The temperature reading on display lets us know if we need to turn down ac.
- 1. If you get the parent unit too close to the camera, a loud feedback noise is emitted.
Best Large-Screen Baby Monitor no WiFi®
If you would our overall best large-screen non-wifi baby monitor, then the 7-inch VTech VM919 brand is our favorite model. The standing screen display size measured diagonally is 7-inches with a 1080 x 710 p HD resolution which also supports single-screen or split-screen viewing. This model is an upgrade from the VTech VM819 which had a smaller 2.8-inch screen.
The 7-inch model is more than double the size of its predecessor. On a 7-inch LCD screen, you can see your baby more clearly and in more detail. You will also have an easier time navigating the various settings, features, and menus.
|Item Weight||2.55 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.87 x 4.28 x 0.77 inches|
|Battery Life||Up to 15 hours – thanks to its 2022 improved 5000mAh rechargeable battery|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Item model number||VM919HD|
|Remote pan?||Yes – Pan up to 270-degree side to side and can tilts 100-degree up & down|
|Has Lullabies?||Yes – 5 melodies and 4 ambient sounds|
|Technology||Local Network using 2.4 GHz FHSS – Not connected to the internet|
|Mobile app||No mobile app as it is a non-connected monitor|
|Power Source||The parent unit/screen is battery powered but the camera requires to be plugged in|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount – wall mount bracket and screws are included in the box|
|Special Features||Portable, Night Vision, Image Sensor, Motion Sensor|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
On this super big screen, you can also zoom up to 4 times to focus on different areas in your baby’s room.
You must be thinking that the battery of the parent unit with the large LCD screen consumes a lot of power and require continuous charging which is not true. This improved monitor comes with a large-capacity 5000mAh battery that can last up to 15 hours, thanks to other cool features such as voice-activation mode which allows the camera to occasionally switch to ‘sleep mode.’
VTech’s earlier no-WiFi® baby monitor brand (VM819) with a smaller screen of 2.8 inches also good rating – 4.6/5 on Amazon which is pretty decent. The only downside of this older model is that it has a smaller screen – just 2.8 inches, almost a third of VM919’s 7-inch model. It, however, has both single-camera and dual-camera options and are pretty inexpensive in comparison to other models on this list.
The Most Affordable Baby Monitor Without Wi-Fi® in 2022
Anmeate Baby Monitor
The most inexpensive baby monitor on our list of best-performing non-connected video baby monitors is the Anmeate which costs less than $50 yet it is not lacking in features. Over 18,000 parents have rated it highly giving it an average of 4.5/5 which is pretty high for a monitor with a small 2.4-inch screen which you may think is too small if you consider others like the VTech brand above is more than double its size.
There are two models of Anmeate, one with a 2.4-inch screen and another with a 3.5-inch screen with the only difference being the screen size and about $20 price difference.
|Anmeate 2.4-inch Video Baby Monitor||Anmeate 3.5-inch Video Baby Monitor|
|Rated 4.5/5 by over 16,000 reviews on Amazon||Rated 4.6/5 by over 2,500 reviews on Amazon|
|Uses secure 2.4 GHz FHSS transmission that does not rely on Wifi for 100% security and privacy||Uses secure 2.4 GHz FHSS transmission that does not rely on Wifi for 100% security and privacy|
|960 ft. range, 2-way talk, Eco-mode/VOX mode, lullabies, room temperature monitor,||960 ft. range, 2-way talk, Eco-mode/VOX mode, lullabies, room temperature monitor,|
|Check Price||Check Price|
Anmeate has 2 monitor brands both retailing at affordable prices. The 2.4-inch goes for about $55 and the 3.5-inch model goes for about $70. You can opt for the larger screen if you think the 2.4-inch is too small for your needs for just additional $15.
The only reason we didn’t rank this budget-friendly monitor higher is that it had no remote pan and have to physically rotate the camera. Its connection is also reported to be spotty at times but this varies from user to user. Otherwise, it had all the great features we liked including Sound Activated LED Indicators, Alarm/Timer Setting, 2x Digital Zoom with Digital Image Pan/Tilt option, Multi-Camera Expandability (up to four cameras), Lullabies, Manual Pan (360 degrees) & Tilt (60 degrees), Auto Scan View, and, Tabletop or Wall Mounting Options.
- 1. It is very easy to install
- 2. It has a modest battery life of 6 to 7 hours (950mAh).
- 3. It has 4 soothing lullabies, a feature that other expensive monitors in this list do not have
- 4. It has fairly accurate temperature sensors
- 5. It has a 2-way talk communication
- 6. It is relatively cheaper compared to the first three non-wifi monitors on this list.
- 1. Anmeate’s buttons do not have backlight and not the easiest to use in the dark.
- 2. It has static noise that’s loud even when the volume is turned down
Best Split-Screen Baby Monitor that doesn’t use Wi-Fi® in 2022
If you plan on expanding your monitor by adding more cameras and perhaps monitoring more than one kid, you should go Babysense HD S2 Baby Monitor with 5-inch screen, or Babysense 4.3-inch Baby Monitor. Both have a split-screen viewing feature.
The split-screen feature is not a common feature with even our top brands above such as Infant Optics, Eufy Spaceview, and Hellobaby. What makes the split-screen feature in this monitor stand out is the design of the parent unit.
The 4.3-inch color LCD screen is designed to show two video streams side-by-side. You can view one large screen with a single-camera feed or you have the option to choose 2 smaller screens, one for each camera.
|Name||Babysense Video Baby Monitor|
|Screen size||3.5 inches|
|Full Features||Eco mode, infrared night vision, lullabies, two-way talk back, 2X digital zoom, temperature monitoring, expandable up to 4 cameras, long range - up to 900 ft.|
|Non Wifi Technology||Spread Spectrum, FHSS|
|Manufacturer||Hisense Ltd company|
|Why parents like Babysense||Budget friendly, accurate temperature monitoring,|
We like this design as it doesn’t require you to keep switching between cameras to view the feeds from both, you can view them at the same time. This is especially useful when you have twins or two kids in different rooms.
Unlike Infant Optics, VAVA and Eufy Spaceview which support scan-mode viewing when more than one camera are connected, only one camera feed can be viewed at a time on the Babysense when on split-mode viewing.
You should note that only audio from one camera is active during split-mode viewing and you need to select on the camera you want to capture the audio or use 2-way audio.
The benefit of having split-screen viewing is that you can see two different areas at the same time, for example, your baby’s crib and their play area. You no longer have to keep flipping between feeds or use scan-mode viewing which can be taxing on your eyes when doing so for long periods.
This monitor also comes with all the features we like to see in our top-rated monitors including; Long Range, VOX Mode (power saving mode), Expandable up to 4 Cameras, Room Temperature Display, Lullabies, and Alarm/Timer Setting.
- The baby monitor alerts you when the batteries are low or when you are out of range
- The baby monitor is easy to use
- You can sue the monitors away from the baby’s room upto 960ft
- You can watch two angles of the baby’s room simultaneously on the parent unit because of its split-screen function
- It is more affordable compared to similar baby monitors
- The zoom feature is very grainy, especially at night, which makes it hard for you to check the breathing patterns of the baby.
Best Long Range Baby Monitor with No 2.4GHz Wi-Fi Connection in 2022
Our top long-range non-wifi baby monitor is the Panasonic Long-Range Baby Monitor, which has 50% more connection range than its closest competitor.
When it comes to the reliable connection of radio devices, you need to trust the Panasonic brand. Unlike other monitors on this list that use FHSS transmission technology utilizing 2.4 GHz frequency band, DECT uses the less-crowded 1.9 GHz frequency with limited interference. The DECT technology was designed to be used in cordless telephone systems and after its successful launch in Europe in the 90s, Panasonic has utilized it in its traditional cordless phones it is known for and now for baby monitors.
Why DECT has a better connection range:
DECT which stands for Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications has a data compression algorithm that allows for more data to be sent in the same time slot than FHSS. Secondly, due to using time-division multiple access(TDMA), it can have more than one call on the same frequency without interfering with each other. In our testing, we found that this resulted in fewer signal dropouts and a more stable connection between the parent unit and the camera.
The benefit of having a long-range monitor:
For parents who have large homes or live in apartments with many walls, a long-range monitor is essential as you are more likely to experience signal dropouts if the range isn’t sufficient. A longer range also means you can take the parent unit with you around the house and not have to worry about losing connection with the camera.
Other features of The Panasonic KX-HN4101W Long Range Video Baby Monitor:
The 3.5” LCD display provides clear audio and video, and the rechargeable battery provides up to 13 hrs standby / 5 hrs use. The Remote Pan, Tilt and Zoom feature gives you a clear view of your baby, and the smart alerts appear if baby wakes, cries or if room temperature changes outside preset range. When privacy matters most, the Video and Audio is transmitted through secure DECT technology ensuring no one else can eavesdrop.
Panasonic’s video baby monitor with 2-way sound lets you listen and talk to baby from another room. It also provides a wide, 130° field of view so you can keep tabs on your little one even when the camera is placed out of sight. You can also play soothing sounds like white noise or lullabies to calm your baby.
The portable system packs neatly into a weekend bag and sets up in minutes, without the need for WiFi. The additional cameras (sold separately) allow you to expand your monitoring system as needed and it supports up to 4 cameras but not on split-screen mode like the Babysense reviewed above.
- Uses secure hackproof DECT technology that provides a clearer, more stable connection for a long-range of up to 1500 ft.
- It comes with a 3.5” LCD display which provides clear audio and video
- You can remote Pan, Tilt and Zoom to get a clear view of your baby
- It has smart alert features, not common with other no-wifi monitors on this list. Its smart motion sensor alerts you when the baby is awake or crying.
- It has a 2-way sound lets you listen and talk to the baby from another room
- It packs neatly into a weekend bag and sets up in minutes and is a great portable monitor that doesn’t require an internet connection
- Buggy- A lot of issues with camera adjustment, powering on, charging issues. This is the reason we didn’t rank this monitor higher despite having a better range compared to Eufy, VAVA, Infant Optics, Babysense and Hellobaby.
The Best Video Quality Display Baby Monitor that doesn’t use Wi-Fi
VAVA Baby Monitor
If you want a superior-display screen utilizing the more recent IPS display technology, VAVA is the brand for you. IPS which stands for in-plane switching has many advantages over the older LCD screens.
The first advantage of using an IPS display is that it can be viewed from a wider angle than LCD screens without losing image quality. The viewing angle on the VAVA monitor is 170-degrees, which means multiple people can view the screen at the same time without worrying about image distortion. The second advantage is that IPS displays have better color accuracy and vibrancy than LCD screens. This is due to every pixel on an IPS display having its own transistor instead of sharing it with pixels next to it as seen in an LCD display.
Vava Baby Monitor is the overall best HD non-WiFi video baby monitor in 2022 that you can get and expect the most value for your money. We ranked it top ahead of Infant Optics and Eufy Spaceview because its battery life is more than double that of Infant Optics and has super cool quality videos and images with its advanced IPS-display screen. All other monitors either use a VGA display or LCD display.
|Feature/Name||Vava Baby Monitor|
|Technology||Non-Wifi, FHSS technology using 2.4 GHz frequency|
|Screen Size||5-inches, IPS display|
|Range||480ft – 900ft range|
|Camera resolution||720p HD|
|Cameras||Comes with one camera but supports up to 4 cameras|
|Battery life||Up to 24 hours on eco-mode|
|Warranty period||12 months|
Talking of value, this monitor has all you would need in a modern, well-designed monitor with a super large-capacity battery of 4,500 mAh that can last for up to 24 hours on eco-mode! The transmission of this monitor is 100% secure as it utilizes 2.4 GHz secure and hack-proof FHSS technology that is known to be hack-proof and you can count on it to guarantee advanced security for the baby.
In addition to superior security and long battery life, Vava also has a large-screen display, 5-inches diagonally, and its display is IPS which is better than the regular LCD displays you’ll find in other brands.
This monitor was released to the market in April 2019 and 15 months later, 5,600 parents had reviewed and rated it very highly, 4.7/5, making it one of the best-rated baby products on Amazon. It was also Amazon’s Choice Product but has since been removed from Amazon. This monitor does not rely on Wifi and uses a to transmit signals from the camera to the dedicated 5-inch screen.
Vava is a great monitor for anyone looking for a security monitor with the most value for the money to monitor infants without relying on Wifi. The only downside is that you cannot connect it to your phone or receive signals outside its range of up to 900 ft.
Vava baby monitor was released a year ago and anyone who has used it talks very highly of it because of the unique features that make it stand out from traditional non-connected monitors.
The 5-inch IPS display screen displays 3x more detail than traditional monitors and can see the best color in all angles, better than the traditional LCD display. All other monitors on this list have an LCD display.
Below are some other features great about this no-wifi monitor;
It is very well designed and you may actually mistake it for wifi baby monitors that are usually known for having better designs than non-wifi monitors. It won the Red Dot Design awards in late 2019. The award recognized “latest technology with the current knowledge about the child’s needs expressed in an innovative design“
Like most monitors in this list, Vava is a FHSS baby monitor and is impossible to hack. The signal will not fall in the wrong hands and your baby’s safety and security will not be compromised.
|Infant Optics DXR 8 Pro||Vava Baby Monitor|
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|Similarities: 720p HD images, remote pan, tilt, and zoom, interchangeable lens, 5-inch screen, alarm/feeding reminding timer, supports up to 4 cameras, non-wifi with FHSS technology |
& no lullabies
|Similarities: 720p HD images, remote pan, tilt, and zoom, interchangeable lens, 5-inch screen, alarm/feeding reminding timer, supports up to 4 cameras, non-wifi with FHSS technology & no lullabies|
|Differences: Voice-activated, longer range of 1000 ft., up to 6x zoom, 24 months warranty, 8-10 hours battery life, reliable customer support (award-winning), improved 1000mW speaker, noise-reduction feature, Pan: 270° Tilt：110°, available on Amazon||Differences: Not voice-activated, max range of 900 ft., 2x and 4x zoom, 12 months warranty, longer battery life of up 24 hours, regular speaker, lacking noise-reduction feature, Pan: 270° Tilt：108°, not available on Amazon|
|Rated 4.8/5 by 2,700+ customers||Was rated 4.7/5 by 5,700+ customers before they pulled it our of Amazon|
|Buy on Amazon||Check Price on Vava’s website|
It is also very easy to mount as it has a hole to mount to the wall. No need for additional hardware. You can read our full review of the Vava monitor here.
The main disadvantage we found with this monitor is that it doesn’t have split-screen viewing. The split-screen viewing feature makes it easy to monitor two kids or twins in two separate rooms or in separate cribs. However, it supports up to 4 cameras and the camera feeds switches every 15 seconds.
Vava Baby Monitor Pros and Cons
Best Temperature Monitoring Baby Monitor without WiFi® in 2022
Dr. Meter non-Wi-Fi baby monitor was introduced to the market in late 2019 but we were not aware of it until just this month. The company behind this brand is Shenzhen Thousand Shores Technology Corporation which trades as Dr. Meter and is foreign. You’ll really appreciate the security features of this FHSS baby monitor which managed to combine all useful features into one high-quality product that will make monitoring your baby a pleasant experience.
This monitor has it all from high-quality resolution, reliable signal, temperature monitoring, and even small helpful features like lullabies and feeding alerts! And the best thing is it’s going for less than $100! Check out the full list of features you will get with this baby monitor.
- 5 inch 720p HD resolution
- 2X zoom
- Remote Pan/Tilt/Zoom
- Two way talk
- Sound activation mode
- Temperature sensors
- VOX mode with five levels of sound sensitivities
- 1000 ft transmission range
- Automatic night vision with infrared lights
- 5 lullabies
- Feeding alarms
- 2100mAH battery that lasts up to 6 hours in continuous video
- Multiple camera support to up to four cameras
The Simplest Baby Monitor You Can Find That Doesn’t Require Wifi
UU Infant Baby Monitor
UU Infant Baby Monitor made it to our top reviews of no-wifi baby monitors of 2022. UU Infant is one of the best-rated baby monitors without wifi and as of this post update in 2022, UU Infant is no longer available on Amazon despite it being among the best-selling baby monitors on Amazon for a long time. UU Infant baby monitor has been in the market for less than one year having been released in August 2018 as an upgrade of the older UU Infant baby monitor that was released in 2017. UU Infant baby monitor was one of the first products to be released by the UU Infant company which was also founded in 2017.
This baby monitor is a favorite for several parents and below are some great things about this monitor:
- It uses reliable FHSS baby monitor and you can be guaranteed of 100% security.
- It is very suitable for use when traveling as its batteries can last up to 10 hours and is very light and easy to travel with.
- It can support up to 4 cameras despite being almost $100 cheaper than Infant Optics DXR 8 and perhaps $150 more than Eufy Spaceview S baby monitors in this list. As of this update in September, it is retailing at $65 but you can check its price today here.
Like other baby monitors above, UU Infant uses FHSS, a technology that has been regarded as hack-proof as it does not rely on the internet to transmit its signals. It has the downside that it does not have a smartphone app but its dedicated 3.5 inch LCD display can stay connected to the baby unit for up to 960 ft. In addition, the camera can be manually rotated 180 degrees horizontal and 120 degrees vertical. You can read the full review of UU Infant here
The Best Dual Camera Baby Monitor without Wi-Fi® in 2022
LBtech Video Baby Monitor is another good non-wifi baby monitor with 2 cameras. It comes with dual cameras and was released to the market in March 2019. LBtech is manufactured by LB Technology Company Ltd, a small Chinese manufacturer based in Guangdong Provide, China. It manufactures door phones, IP video cams, and baby monitors at a significantly lower cost compared to its peers.
The LBtech video baby monitor comes with 2 cameras but add-on cameras can be purchased as it supports up to 4 cameras. The silver-color brand shown alongside is currently the best-selling model of LBtech and has been rated very highly by over 1000 customers on Amazon.
An additional camera costs less than $50. While it does not support an app like other non-wifi baby monitors, LBtech video baby monitor uses 2.4 GHz FHSS transmission technology which guarantees 100% privacy and security of your baby.
The green model, also called JLB7tech was released later and has similar features to the silver model above with a slightly different camera design.
In August 2020, LBtech Video baby monitor was the 22nd best-selling baby monitor on Amazon and as you can see from the graph below, it has consistently increased its sales volumes. As per Helium10 Data, it ships out over 2,400 units per month on Amazon.
Here are the features that enabled LBtech video baby monitor to feature in 10BabyGear’s list of top non-wifi baby monitors:
- Large screen with 4.3 inches in diagonal
- Automatic night vision
- Two-way intercom
- Temperature sensors
- Voice-activated to save power and reduce EMF emissions
- 2X zoom.
- Expandable – This baby monitor supports up to 4 cameras but the video feed from each camera bounces off the screen at certain intervals and does not support split-screen viewing like the Motorola video baby monitor in this list.
- Very affordable
- Comes with 2 cameras
- Secure transmission with FHSS technology
- Decent long range of up to 1000 ft
- Large screen 4.3-inch screen
- Does not connect to the app
- No timer/alarm or clock
- Bright power light
- No remote pan and tilt – have to manually pan or tilt
- Cases of temperature being wrong by a few degrees.
You can check the price of LBtech video baby monitor on Amazon here.
The Best 2-Way Talk Monitor With No Internet in 2022:
#13. Campark Video Baby Monitor – No Longer Available
Campark video baby monitor is another inexpensive non-wifi baby monitor you can pick to use in monitoring your baby. Since its release to the market in March 2019, Campark has seen tremendous growth. It is priced very competitively.
Campark video baby monitor comes with a high-quality 2.4-inch display, similar to Anmeate’s display. It relies on FHSS technology to transmit the signal from the baby unit to the parent unit. The Campark video baby monitor’s camera is similar to that of Infant Optics as it has 5 infrared LED lights for night vision.
The monitor is voice-activated which makes its batteries last longer for up to 5 hours when fully charged. The graph below shows the sales chart for the last few months. The upward sales trend is indicative of great positive approval of the product by thousands of parents who rely on Campark, a Chinese electronics manufacturer.
Below is a table with a quick preview of Campark Video Baby Monitor.
|Screen Size||2.4 inches|
|Two Way Talk||Yes|
|Night vision range||23 meters|
The Best Motorola Baby Monitor No-Wifi Needed:
Motorola Baby Monitor without Wifi: Motorola Comfort75
Motorola Comfort75, a product of Binatone Global is a Motorola baby monitor without wifi that made it to our list of reliable, top non-wifi baby monitors of 2022. This is the only Motorola branded non-WiFi baby monitor that has made it to this 2022 list.
You can comfortably view your baby on its large 5-inch LCD screen, which does very well compared to Infant Optics’ 3.5-inch screen. Eufy Spaceview is the only other large-screen non-wifi baby monitor. The feed from the camera is displayed on the large screen, the 5-inch screen.
- It features a 2x digital zoom
- A decent range of 1000 ft.
- Two-Way Intercom
- Temperature sensors
- Night vision
- Remote pan
- high-sensitivity microphones that can catch the slightest sounds
This Motorola non-wifi baby monitor is currently number 42nd best-selling baby monitor on Amazon.
If you are looking for a baby monitor no wifi, Motorola Comfort 75-2 Video Baby Monitor is another great option you can choose from. While this monitor relies on a wireless connection, it does not rely on wifi and is not prone to hackers.
Like all non-wifi baby monitors, this baby monitor does not connect to your iPhone or any smartphone as it does not have an app. However, this trusted brand will give you a secure connection and other features such as an in-built temperature sensor that alerts you when the temperature is above the normal range. This baby monitor has a large-screen 5-inch screen and allows you to remotely control the camera for optimal view of the baby.
The 75-2 model comes with 2 cameras and both cameras have an automatic night vision feature that enables you to view your baby at night.
Display size: 5”
Maximum range: 1000 feet
Transmission: Wireless technology
Two-way audio: Yes
The Best Baby Monitor With Smart Alerts and No Wi-Fi in 2022
#15. Summer Baby Pixel Zoom HD Video Baby Monitor
Among the best baby monitors without wifi on our list is Summer Baby Pixel Zoom HD Video Baby Monitor. This baby monitor provides secure hack-proof transmission between the 5-inch parent unit and the camera. You’ll enjoy the quality 720p HD video or image resolution from this baby monitor.
There are some features that you’ll really like. For example, you can remotely control the camera and its automated night vision which enables you to view the baby during low-light conditions (at night). Another unique feature of this baby monitor is the SleepZone Boundary feature that notifies you when the baby moves or rolls out of a specific area in bed.
This baby monitor also gives you up to six zoom options and is expandable as it can support up to 4 cameras. Its range of connection is up to 800 ft. and has a voice-activation feature.
Display size: 5.”
Maximum range: 800 feet
Transmission: Wireless technology
Two-way audio: Yes
- Large 5-inch display
- Remote-controlled camera or remote steering
- Night vision for night-time viewing
- SleepZone Boundary feature that is not common with other baby monitors in this list
- Expandable camera
- HD videos and images
- Relatively expensive
Buying Guide for the Best Non-Wi-fi Baby Monitors
Why get a non-wifi baby monitor?
Baby monitors that function without WiFi can relay videos and audio to the parent unit/screen without a WiFi connection. Unlike wifi baby monitors that have a 3 to 10 seconds video lag, non-wifi video monitors do not have a delay in video and audio transmissions and can stream 24/7. Another reason we recommend non-wifi monitors is that non-wifi transmission technologies such as FHSS and DECT cannot be easily hacked. The only downside is that there isn’t a non-wifi baby monitor with an app simply because they do not relay videos and audio signals to smartphones. You can read more on Wifi vs non-wifi baby monitors here.
Features to look for in a baby monitor without wifi:
As you do your research on non-wifi baby monitors, you should note some key and helpful considerations to have when picking your most ideal baby monitor. I did very little research back in 2017 when I first purchased our first baby monitor and I ended up throwing our purchase barely 3 months after purchase. To avoid making the wrong purchase, you should seriously consider the following so you don’t end up throwing your new purchase 3 months down the line as I did:
Battery life – Get a baby monitor with a battery that can last for at least 8 hours. You won’t want to wake up to charge the battery in the middle of the night. Battery life is determined by the battery storage capacity of the baby monitor you get, usually written as mAh and our top choice below(VAVA) has a 4,500 mAh battery capacity and the third choice Eufy has (5200mAh) and Infant Optics Pro has 2800 mAh. I don’t recommend getting a monitor with a battery capacity below 2,000 mAh. Those with voice-activation features (VOX) are great as they are mostly on ‘sleep-mode’ with the screen off until it ‘detects’ the sound of your baby, perhaps crying and this extends battery life.
Analysis of User Feedback
We analyzed over 40,000 reviews from verified customers with the help of our automation tool.
To get a good understanding of each feature or functionality, we entered the feature/functionality we’re looking to analyze and the bot will run through thousands of reviews and return results that touch on a feature we’re investigating such as ‘Infant Optics night vision’.
This way, we are collecting insights from thousands of customers to come up with the best ranking factors in the market ideal for all kinds of families.
From the tests and analysis of customer feedback, we learned a ton about what customers are looking for in a non-wifi baby monitor: Secure transmission and less interference.
From our extensive expertise reviewing several baby monitors on this site, we also settled on the following additional 6 features to rank all the best non-wifi baby monitors you can find in the market.
What are non-wifi baby monitors?
Non-wifi baby monitors are wireless baby monitors (digital or analog) that allow you to remotely monitor your baby using a technology that does not rely on the internet.
Thanks to other communication technologies called FHSS and DECT, not all video baby monitors require WiFi to transmit visual or audio signals from the camera to the parent unit.
In this updated 2022 list, I am biased towards FHSS baby monitors as their technology assures you 100% privacy and guarantees the security of your baby. You wouldn’t want some creep talking to your baby, right? Not sure that’s what doctors meant when they wrote about the importance of a mother’s voice to the baby. Yes, baby monitors can be hacked but not the digital non-wifi baby monitors. Hackers are unable to hack digital non-wifi baby monitors because they use FHSS which stands for Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS). All our top 10 non-WiFi baby monitors in 2019 employ this technology. We’ll go into detail about FHSS and DECT when we answer the question of non-wifi baby monitor hacking and safety.
Are Non-Wifi Baby Monitors Safe?
Non-WiFi monitors are wireless devices that are hack-proof but not entirely safe. First, they transmit signals using radio frequency that creates an electromagnetic field and emits radiations.
The use of radio frequencies means that the baby monitor forms an electromagnetic field that emits microwave radiation that can be harmful when exposed to your baby for an extended period. The non-wifi baby monitors also emit infrared radiation that can have adverse long-term effects. Both microwave and infrared radiations are non-ionizing.
Can a Non-wifi baby monitor be hacked?
It is not impossible to hack a non-wifi baby monitor, but it is VERY difficult to hack a non-WiFi baby monitor mostly because of the technology it uses. Non-Wifi baby monitors that the DECT and FHSS spread spectrum technologies.
FHSS stands for Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum, a technology that uses 2.4 GHz frequency to transmit sound and video signals. When the digital signals are in transit, they hop from one sub-frequency to another at a speed of 400 milliseconds.
The channels or sub-frequencies in which data is transmitted are also encrypted with ‘access parameters’ throughout the transfer period, making it hard for hackers to get access to the signal. We have a more detailed page on FHSS technology and FHSS baby monitors which can give you more information about the origin in 1941 and how it has changed secure baby monitor communication.
A few secure non-wifi baby monitors use DECT technology. DECT stands for Digital Enhanced Communication Technology. Unlike FHSS, which uses the 2.4GHz frequency, DECT uses a 1.9GHz band that has less interference. The 2.4 GHz frequency is used by several devices, including your phone, microwave, cordless phones and has a lot of interference. The DECT is however safe and unhackable like the FHSS technology used by our best non-wifi baby monitors.
The biggest difference between WiFi baby monitors and Non-WiFi monitors is their transmission range. WiFi baby monitors can transmit audio and video signals from the camera to the parent unit which is usually the smartphone app anywhere in the world where there is an internet connection. It is not limited by distance as it uses a 2.4 GHz or a 5 GHz Wifi network.
On the other hand, non-WiFi baby monitors can only transmit the signals to the parent unit within a range of up to 1000 ft of the camera unit. While you can use your non-WiFi baby monitor when traveling, it’s range is limited and does not utilize a smartphone mobile app.
The table below has more details that differentiate between Non-Wifi and WiFi baby monitors.
|WiFi Baby Monitor||Non-WiFi Baby Monitor|
|Requires Wi-Fi, either 2.4 GHz Wifi or 5 GHz Wifi||Does not require Wi-Fi|
|Can easily be hacked if it does not have robust security protocols||Very difficult to hack as most of them use frequency hopping spectrum (FHSS)|
|Longer time delay- up to 10 seconds||Unnoticeable time delay|
|Unlimited monitoring distance as long as you have internet connection||Limited monitoring distance of up to 1500 ft.|
|Most of them can record video and audio clips to the cloud or locally. Read our reviews of baby monitors with recording feature||A few non-wifi baby monitor brands such as DBPower have a recording feature but most of them do not record.|
|Uses two frequency bands, 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz||Uses either 1.9 GHz (DECT) or 2.4 GHz (FHSS)|
|Uses smartphone's screen as the display||Uses a dedicated screen that measures 2.4 inches to 5 inches|
|It comes with a smartphone app||Does not come with a smartphone app as they are not connected to the internet.|
|Have better quality videos and images, some having 1080p HD and even 2k resolution||Most non-wifi monitors have low quality images and videos as they utilize Video Graphic Array (VGA). However, recent models such as Infant Optics DXR 8 Pro and Eufy Spaceview Baby Monitor have 720p HD resolution|
|Some can integrate with smart home ecosystems such as Google Home, Alexa Home or Apple Homekit||They do not integrate with smart homes|
Top Non-Wifi Baby Monitors for Twins
If you are in the market for a non-wifi baby monitor for your twins, you need to consider a few critical aspects of what makes a baby monitor best suited to monitor twins. If you currently have a baby monitor, check whether it is possible to expand it by purchasing an add-on camera for your current non-wifi video baby monitor. Most baby monitor brands are expandable support up to 4 cameras. The best non-wifi baby monitor you can get for twins is the Babysense HD S Split Screen but you won’t go wrong with Summer Baby Pixel Zoom for your twins as well. See table below on all top baby monitors in different categories.
If your current baby monitor does not support more cameras and is impossible to monitor multiple kids with it, consider buying one that is expandable. Of course, you can buy two monitors to monitor your twins but I highly discourage this option. In purchasing an expandable camera, you should consider the following:
- An expandable baby monitor that can support more than one camera: A few baby monitors in the top 10 list of non-wifi baby monitors are expandable and most parents would jump on the opportunity since it enables them to purchase an additional camera and monitor the twins using one parent unit. An add-on camera has become a very popular option for parents but you need to also know that the cost of the additional camera can range from $30 to over $100.
- Split-screen Options – Some baby monitors that relay several sets of video feeds from separate cameras allow a parent to view all the videos on the screen without the need to toggle from one to another. Most split screen baby monitors for twins are expensive from those baby monitors that require you to toggle from one screen to another manually. Split-screen options are the best as you can monitor your twins by watching one screen.
- Quality of Video from Add-on Cameras – Some cameras have one quality video feeds while the rest are very low quality. Infant Optics, our top non-wifi baby monitor in 2022 has low-quality images from the add-on camera. The camera feed from the add-one cameras are poor and not comparable to the feed from the original camera.
- Battery life – The best non-wifi baby monitors for twins should have a long battery life, guaranteeing extended use. The best one in this group has 12 hours of battery life because it uses VOX features which ensures minimal use when the baby is not crying. My personal favorite non-wifi baby monitor for twins which has long battery life and can support up to four cameras is Hellobaby. It can go for 12 hours when VOX mode is turned on and can do 8 hours when the screen is on. It also comes with features that allow you to lull your baby with lullabies or with your voice (2-way talk feature). In addition, it also has a replacement monitor, just like Infant Optics replacement monitor.
You can read more about our best dual camera split screen baby monitors ideal for twins.
Best Long Range Non-Wifi Baby Monitor 2022
When deciding on a baby monitor to purchase, it is very important to note that the range of a baby monitor is critical as the reception of the baby signal depends on it. Several brands of baby monitors only indicate the outdoor range of a baby monitor and not the indoor range.
The outdoor range is the distance that the signal can be transmitted in a straight line without obstructions. Our best baby monitors on the list transmit up to 1000 ft. However, the indoor range is more important and you mostly use the baby monitor in the house.
The indoor range could range from 30 ft. to 200 ft and it is important to read the reviews by parents who’ve used the particular brand of non-wifi baby monitor you want to purchase. Our best long-range Wi-fi-free monitor of 2022 is the Panasonic long range baby monitor(link above)
Non-wifi Baby Monitor Security Cameras
Your non-wifi security camera can be turned into a non-wifi baby monitor. Several options of non-wifi baby monitors, especially the quality ones go for at least $150. On the other hand, you can purchase a non-wifi security camera for as low as a fifth of the amount. My personal favorite which has thousands of positive reviews is the Wyze Cam Security camera
Mounting Top Non-Wifi Monitors – Infant Optics, Eufy Spaceview, and Hellobaby
Time needed: 10 minutes.
This is a step-by-step process on how to mount some of our top non-wifi baby monitors of 2022, specifically Infant Optics, eufy Spaceview, and Hellobaby. The steps will guide you on how to mount the cameras on the wall and on a flat surface.
- Purchase Mounting EquipmentThe first step to mount your Infant Optics or eufy Spaceview or Hellobaby is to get the mounting equipment that would enable you to mount the camera on the wall, a flat surface, or on the crib. My personal favorite for Infant Optics is the adjustable wall mount which sells on Amazon (You can check today’s price)
If you prefer a non-adjustable mount for any of our top non-wifi baby monitors of 2022 such as Infant Optics, you can pick this fixed wall mount on Amazon which sells for the same price as the adjustable wall mount shown below.
- Secure the mounting equipment you purchased on the wall or on the cribThe adjustable wall mount for infant Optics is really easy to install. You just attach your camera to the mount and adjust it to the desired angle. If you opted for the fixed wall mount (see it here on Amazon), which is not adjustable, you should use your two screws that come with your wall mount
You can read more on how and where to mount your DXR 8, Eufy, UU Infant, Babysense, Hellobaby and others
Frequently Asked Questions of Non-Wifi Baby Monitors
It is possible to hack a non-wifi baby monitor but it’s very difficult. You would need to be within the physical location of the baby monitor and you’ll need to get access to the radio frequency transferring the sound or visual signal. Several non-wifi baby monitors use FHSS which uses a sequence that allows signals to hop from one sub-frequency to another using a pseudo-random sequence making it almost impossible to get access to the signal. Simply put, it is almost impossible to hack a non-wifi baby monitor
Motorola is a FHSS baby monitor and does not use Wifi.
Motorola MBP36XL is a non-wifi baby monitor that uses the 2.4 GHz FHSS technology. It has a 5-inch color display unit and can support up to 4 cameras in a range of up to 1000 ft.
Non-wifi baby monitors generate their own signal and send it from the transmitter unit to the receiver/parent unit instead of depending on Wifi or internet connectivity. A non-wifi baby monitor uses radio frequency, similar to the wifi baby monitors but their connectivity is localized. Analog baby monitors use lower radio frequency, 49 MHz or 900 MHz while other digital non-wifi baby monitors use higher frequencies from 900 MHz to 5 GHz. L
You can use Owlet without Wifi as Owlet uses either or both Bluetooth and Wifi to send you notifications when the vital signs are out of pre-set ranges. When you don’t have Wifi connection, you can connect the base station to Bluetooth and you’ll receive color prompts when temperature, heart rate or oxygen levels are above or below the acceptable range.
If you are using a non-wifi video monitor, you can zoom in up to 6 times if using brands such as Infant Optics Pro without requiring any internet connection. If you are using a connected monitor such as iBaby M8, you’ll need to be connected to use features such as zoom, pan and tilt.
|List of Top Baby Monitors||Editors' Choice|
|The Top Camera Baby Monitor||Infant Optics DXR 8 Pro|
|Best Dual-Camera Split Screen baby Monitor||Babysense HD S2|
|Best Baby With the Longest Range||Panasonic Long-Range Video Baby Monitor|
|Best Monitor Powered by Batteries||VTech VM819 Video Baby Monitor (19 hours on a single charge)|
|The Best Voice-activated(VOX) Baby Monitor||Anmeate Baby Monitor|
|The Best Breathing Baby Monitor||Owlet Smart Sock 3|
|Best Large-Screen Video Baby Monitor||VTech VM919HD Video Monitor|
|The Best Audio/Sound-only Baby Monitor||Philips AVENT SCD720/86|
|The Best 5 GHz Wifi Baby Monitor||iBaby M8 Video Baby Monitor|
|The Best Baby Car Camera/Monitor||Yada Portable Baby Monitor|
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