Orders placed after 4PM on weekdays will not ship until the next business day. Orders placed after 11AM Fridays will not ship until the following Monday.
Faster shipping methods may be available; just upgrade during checkout.
*Some exclusions apply.
Enjoy Extended Returns thru Feb 1, 2017!
You have until Feb 1, 2017 to return or exchange items purchased between Nov 1, 2016 and Jan 1, 2017. All other standard return policy conditions apply.
Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time.
View live video from up to four network cameras with the Spot Monitoring Module from Digital Watchdog. This module automatically detects all cameras on a network using ONVIF protocols and HDMI and VGA outputs allow you to connect a monitor for on-site monitoring. VMAX AHD Core DVRs and VMAX IP Plus NVRs can also be detected for local monitoring. You can configure the module remotely from a web browser and select the cameras you want to view via drag-and-dropping them into the viewer. A USB mouse is included for navigation and a touch-tab fastener is supplied to attach the module to the back of a monitor.
Automatically detects ONVIF-compliant cameras, DVRs, and NVRs through a network
Live viewing of up to four cameras
HDMI and VGA video outputs for on-site monitoring
Supports cameras with up to 5MP resolution
USB mouse and touch-tab fastener mount included
In the Box
Digital Watchdog Spot Monitoring Module
Limited 5-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Input: 16 channels
Frame Rate: Up to 120 fps
Screen Mode: Single channel, quad-view mode, sequence
IP cameras (up to 5 MP, 2592 x 1944 resolution), VMAX AHD Core DVRs, VMAX IP Plus NVRs
Monitor: HDMI, VGA
Resolution: 800 x 600, 1024 x 768, 1280 x 1024, 1920 x 1080
RJ45 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit Ethernet, fixed IP, DHCP, and DDNS
Live monitoring, time synchronization by NTP server
Software: CMS and mobile application
Web (IE): System settings
System Recovery Management Solution
Auto-reboot and log file system
Firmware upgrade by USB and CMS, import/export settings, warning alarm for system over-heating, digital zoom