Swann ADS-45 Indoor PrivateEye Hidden Video Camera

Swann ADS-45 Indoor PrivateEye Hidden Video Camera

Swann ADS-45 Indoor PrivateEye Hidden Video Camera

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Product Highlights

  • For Covert Surveillance
  • PIR Sensor for Motion Detection
  • 1.3 MP Camera / Triggered Recording
  • 1280 x 1024 Resolution
  • Viewing Angle of 45˚
  • Built-In Microphone
  • SD Card Slot (Up to 32 GB cards)
  • Battery Operated
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The Swann ADS-45 Indoor PrivateEye Hidden Video Camera is ideal for discreet video monitoring, especially in sensitive areas where people are not comfortable being watched. Though intended for daytime use, the camera can function even during night, provided the surveillance area is well-lit.

Despite having the looks of an ordinary PIR alarm sensor, the covert 1.3 MP camera can deliver clear pictures at 1280 x 1024 resolution and videos up to 30 frames per second. A built-in microphone can capture sound up to a maximum distance of 9’ (3 m).

Trigger interval delays can be defined for recording or the camera can also be set to record only when motion is detected. A built-in slot in the camera can accommodate SD cards up to 32 GB for storing still images and video footage (card not included). For every 1 GB of space, you can store over 2,000 pictures or 1 hour of video or a combination thereof in proportion.

The indoor camera runs on 4 AA batteries and you can place it anywhere on a wall or ceiling, without running wires or needing a power output close by. With minimum installation and zero setup, the camera is a true plug and play unit.

Looks like any standard PIR detector used in alarm systems
1.3 MP camera captures clear images in JPEG format at 1280 x 1024 resolution and AVI videos at 320 x 240 (30 fps) of 10 seconds each
Built-in microphone for capturing audio along with the video footage
Time and date stamping to track the exact recording time
Viewing angle of 45˚ with a PIR sensor for detecting motion
Configurable triggered-recording with options of taking 1 or 3 pictures per activation or AVI video of 10 seconds to capture only what's essential
Recorded footage is stored on an SD card
SD card for easy viewing of the contents on a computer
Durable ABS plastic casing for impact resistance and toughness
Completely cordless and runs on 4xAA batteries, so you place it anywhere indoor on wall or the ceiling without the need to run wires
True plug and play unit with minimum installation and setup 1
In the Box
Swann ADS-45 Indoor PrivateEye Hidden Video Camera
  • Mounting Bracket
  • Mounting Screws & Plugs
  • Operating Instructions
  • 4 x Theft Deterrent Stickers
  • 1-Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Video
    Video Format AVI
    Video Resolution 320 x 240 pixels
    Video Bit Rate 250 kbps
    Day/Night Mode Day only
    Viewing Angle 45º
    Photo Format JPEG
    Photo Resolution 1280 x 1024 pixels
    File Size Photo: approximately 500 kb
    Audio
    Built-In Microphone Yes
    Audio Range 9' (3 m)
    Recording
    Recording Mode PIR sensor activated
    Video Frame Rate 30 fps
    Storage Type SD Card
    Storage Capacity Up to 32 GB

    Card not included

    Recording Duration Video: 10 seconds per file
    Storage Time Approximately 60 minutes / GB
    Multiple Photo Capture 1 or 3 at a time
    Trigger Interval Delay 10 seconds, 1, 5 or 10 min.
    Image Overlay time / date stamp
    General
    Operating Power 6 VDC
    Battery Type 4 x AA Alkaline

    Batteries not included

    Dimensions 1.8 x 2.9 x 4.4" (45 x 73 x 112 mm)
    Weight 0.28 lb (127.5 g)
    Indoor / Outdoor Indoor only
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.0 x 8.2 x 3.2"

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