The FCC TCB certification for the Monbaby Device has been completed.
Many thanks to JB Kim and Device Factory for the help in getting the certification.
Today Fox New aired a segment on Monbaby, you can view it here: smart-baby-monitor-aims-to-prevent-infant-deaths
There were couple of minor errors in the video. The accelerometer is not 140 bit, rather 14 bit. To a non-technical mind 14 bits is not much, that is unless it’s 2 to the power of 14.
Another corrections, babies don’t get SIDS. SIDS is still an unknown condition and we cannot prevent it. What Monbaby aim is to help parents to monitor their babies for unsafe conditions, such as sleeping on a stomach.
Other from those two minor errors, the video was an awesome chance for us to spread the word about the Monbaby. Huge thanks to Douglas Kennedy and his team and to Fox News Channel!
We just picked up a testing lab that would go take our Monbaby prototype PCB board through rigorous and thorough tests, so that we can achieve FCC certification.
As Monbaby talks to a smartphone over Bluetooth Low Energy, we want to make sure that the transmission from the device is under limits approved by the FCC. In the end of the certification we will get the FCC Declaration of Conformity or the FCC label.
The lab is in Baltimore Maryland.Read More
We’ve picked a local manufacturer of PCB, brains of Monbaby, in Nutley in New Jersey.
“”"Established in 1968, PNC Inc. has been a leading manufacturer of Rigid, Flex and Rigi-Flex printed circuit boards (PCBs). Located in Nutley, NJ, we are the largest circuit boards manufacturer in the area.”"”
They going to start on manufacturing next week and PCB boards will be ready in 4 weeks, (if there is no delay).Read More
We’ve reached our funding goal of $15,000 to manufacture MonBaby, and collected more than $16,000, and that is a HUGE accomplishment thanks to all of you for your pledges, comments, likes and shares over the last 30 days.