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HD-Link2x 1080P HD Solar WiFi Bullet Cameras

R2,299

Retail: R3,500
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The simple to set up solar wifi bullet camera is very high resolution, with many great features such as motion detection, night vision, and the awesome ability to monitor it remotely. The camera is intended for outside use and is powered by solar. The security of your home comes first!

Product Features
  • A wireless solar-powered security camera, solar and electric power, environmental protection and energy saving. 1080P HD display, clearer, more transparent screen. Advanced infrared LED light, night vision maximum range is 10 meters, protect your home at night
  • IP66 waterproof and dustproof performance, even on rainy days, you don't need to worry about the failure caused by water. Suitable for all kinds of inconvenient outdoor environment, villas, communities, yards, fishponds, orchards, vegetable fields, outdoor pet houses, etc
  • SD card and cloud storage available, insert SD card (not included) to watch video playback, loop recording. Comes with AP hotspot, when your phone is near the camera, you can watch video directly even without WiFi. Motion sensor, turn on intelligent detection, it detects moving objects and sends alarm to mobile phone
  • Environmental protection, solar panel is embedded above the camera, and there is no extra panel on the outside, which is green and energy-saving. Two-way audio, with built-in speaker and microphone, you can not only watch video in real time, but also listen and talk with family, friends, and dogs
  • Low power consumption, 10 meters of PIR sensor, PIR automatically wakes up when the object moves, and enters the working state in 1 second. If nothing moves, the camera goes into sleep mode. 2 18650 rechargeable lithium batteries can be easily disassembled and replaced; three charging modes: solar panel charging, USB interface charging, battery charger charging
Product Specifications
  • 2 Cameras Included
  • Lens Type: Glass LensLens: 3.6MM 2.0MP HD Lens
  • Image Sensor: 1/3 CMOS
  • Field Of View: 105° Wide Angle
  • Minimum Illumination: Color 0.6Lux @ F1.2, B/W 0.08Lux @ F1.2, 0Lux Infrared
  • Double IR-CUT Filter Automatically Switches
  • PIR Detection: High Sensitivity/Medium/Low Adjustable
  • Low Power Alarm: Supported
  • Infrared Lamp: 8 Infrared Leds; 10 M (25 ft) Night Vision Maximum Distance
  • Maximum Image Size: Main Code Stream 1920 x 1080; The Subflow: 640 x480;
  • Compression Standard: H. 264
  • Video Mode: HD/SD
  • Motion Sensor: Intelligent PIR Sensor 10m (25 ft)
  • Code Rate: Double Code Rate
  • Pick-Up Equipment: Built-In Microphone
  • Network: Wi-Fi 2.4GHz, IEEE 802.11b/g / n
  • Application Support: for iOS, for Android
  • Storage Capacity: Up to 64GB for SD/TF Card
  • Recording: Local Mobile Recording/Video Rebroadcast, Device Recording/Video
  • RebroadcastSupport: Built-In MCU Supports Real Standby Function, Infrared, Button, GPIO Alarm and Wake-Up System; 60uA Standby Power of the System
  • Intelligent Alarm: PIR Human Temperature Detection
  • Battery: 2 x 18650 Lithium Battery (Built-In)
  • Power: 0.75W (Working) 0.0025W (Standby)
  • Working Environment: -30°C-60°C / 20% - 85% (Non-Condensing)
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