Never miss important milestones again. Motorola's Halo+ offers you a full, unrestricted view of your baby in his crib with the uniquely designed crib mount. The Halo+ comes with an integrated light show projector that transforms the ceiling of your baby's nursery into space. Choose from seven changing colors on the night light, adding a little ambience in their nursery. Or, soothe them to sleep from a wide selection of lullabies, natural sounds, white noise and bedtime stories.
Track your baby's sleep activities with Sleep Insights function, which detects motion triggered by your baby movement in the crib. This data is captured, logged and presented on a graph form to help you oversee your babies activity levels during the night.
The detachable camera gives you the option to monitor your baby from either the above-crib or move it to another area such as the dining room or living room - keeping it plugged in to a power source.
The over-the-crib mount is specially designed with stability and security in mind where the included cable management tube keeps cords safely away from curious fingers.
Stay close to your little one, even when you're out. Watch live video footage of your baby on your smartphone or tablet, via the Hubble for Motorola Monitors app. Or, watch over your baby on the 4.3" screen on the portable parent display unit at home. Remotely control the Halo+ through the app and display unit, without stepping into the nursery.
Download the Hubble for Motorola Monitors app to see and hear your baby from anywhere, in high definition and get sound and motion notifications. Use the app to monitor your baby's sleep activities, set SmartZone, access expert sleep advice, play from a wide selection of lullabies, sothing sounds and bedtime stories, plus more. Learn more about subscription plans on Plans page.
With the two-way talk feature, hear when your little one gets fussy then with the press of a button, comfort and soothe them letting them know you're there - while in another room or in the office.
See your baby clearly in low light surroundings, including at night.