Google 1080p Indoor/Outdoor Nest Cam Battery

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Google 1080p Indoor/Outdoor Nest Cam Battery
Key Features
  • 1920 x 1080 Resolution at 30 fps
  • Up to 20' of Night Vision
  • 130° Diagonal Field of View
  • Mic & Speaker for 2-Way Talk
Monitor an indoor or outdoor area with the Nest Cam Battery. Housed in an IP54-rated enclosure for protection from dust and water, this camera can be powered by a built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery, or an included USB Type-A power adapter.
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Can I plug it to 220 volts outlet?

Can I plug it to 220 volts outlet?
Asked by: Victoria
The Google Nest Cam 1080p Indoor/Outdoor Camera (Battery) BH #GONIOCBW is a 120V AC/60Hz appliance only.
Answered by: Mark S
Date published: 2021-11-29

What is the cold weather temperature limit on ...

What is the cold weather temperature limit on this camera? I'm in Fairbanks, Alaska and it can get 40 below (F) in the winter.
Asked by: Eric
The operating temperature for the Google Nest Cam is from -4 F degrees up to 104 F degrees. When the temperature drops below -4F, the camera will stop working until the temperature picks up.
Answered by: Zev
Date published: 2022-02-15

does this camera come in any color besides white?

does this camera come in any color besides white?
Asked by: Bruce
The Google Cam 1080p Indoor/Outdoor Camera (Battery) BH #GONIOCBW is only available in white.
Answered by: Mark S
Date published: 2021-10-08

If video recording is on 24/7, how long is the ...

If video recording is on 24/7, how long is the battery expected to last between charges.
Asked by: Pascal
The Nest Cam has a built-in rechargeable (6 Ah, 3.65V lithium-ion) battery that allows for wire-free installation. Estimated battery life with event-based recording is as follows: Busy: About 1.5 months battery life with 20-25 recorded events per day Typical: About 3 months with 9-12 recorded events/day Quiet: About 7 months with 2-4 recorded events/day The power source, combined with local storage, means you get an hour’s worth of video when Wi-Fi is offline. This translates to an estimated week’s worth of clips that will upload when the connection is regained.
Answered by: Mark S
Date published: 2022-08-04

Can I plug it to a 220 volts outlet?

Can I plug it to a 220 volts outlet?
Asked by: Victoria
Since there is no spec on the input voltage we cannot say for sure. If the power adapter says on it 100-240V input then all you need to do is adapt the plug to whatever plug you need. If it says 110/120V then you will need to use a step down transformer that will convert the 220V to 110V.
Answered by: Ezra
Date published: 2021-11-30

How far away can I set up this outdoor camera ...

How far away can I set up this outdoor camera from my WiFi router? I want to set it up on a light pole 100 feet away from my indoor router. Will it work?
Asked by: Eric
The Google Nest Cam will have to be set up within the range of your local WIFI network. The camera will need to be plugged in for power.
Answered by: Zev
Date published: 2021-08-17

Could I use this camera on a 220 volts outlet ...

Could I use this camera on a 220 volts outlet with a transformer from 220 volts to 120 volts?
Asked by: Victoria
Yes if you use a step down transformer that converts from 220V to 110V then it will work. If the included power adapter says 100-240V input then you just need to adapt the plug to whatever outlet you are plugging in to.
Answered by: Ezra
Date published: 2021-11-30

Is your cellphone alerted when their is motion ...

Is your cellphone alerted when their is motion detected?
Asked by: Linda
Yes, The Google 1080p Indoor/Outdoor Nest Cam Battery Edition will send alerts to your phone. Nest Cam can even tell the difference between a person, animal, and a vehicle, so you can set alerts that you want.
Answered by: Chris H
Date published: 2022-08-04
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