Logitech Alert 750e Outdoor Master Security Camera System with Night Vision (961-000337)

Logitech alert 750e outdoor master system is the weatherproof, night vision video security system you can set up yourself and count on when you need it. installation is simple and takes just minutes. 750e and 700e are the same physical camera and has same manual, the only difference being the 750e has the additional components

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Logitech alert 750e outdoor master system is the weatherproof, night vision video security system you can set up yourself and count on when you need it. installation is simple and takes just minutes. 750e and 700e are the same physical camera and has same manual, the only difference being the 750e has the additional components which is required to build the complete system.

Product Features

  • Please note: Logitech Alert Digital Security Systems are not backwards compatible with Logitech WiLife Digital Security Systems
  • HD-quality video with night vision and 130 Degrees wide-angle lens
  • Free, remote viewing of live video on your computer or smart phone (iPhone, Android or BlackBerry)
  • Motion-triggered recording and alerts
  • Windows-based PC needed for set-up and control

Comments

Internet shopper "Retired but not tired!" says:

Outstanding features, attic installation and UPS power backup – here is how! First of all the SETUP is very easy. The on screen prompts will take you though the steps.1. Install the software.2. Plug the master network adapter into the power outlet and plug the Ethernet cable into your router3. Plug the camera into power outlet and click yes to update firmware (adapters and camera).NOTE: Do not unplug the camera or the master adapter during the update.Wow that was easy. It took less than 15 minutes to get the system up and running.You can even use your neighbors WiFi signal (please ask first) – more below.PICTURE QUALITYThe picture quality is great (but not HD and not what you have come to expect from a digital camera) during daylight hours but not so great at capturing clear pictures of moving objects in total darkness. However in my case I have a flood light with motion detector that comes on when someone enters the area at night making the video bright and clear.MOTION DETECTION…

David Hilliard "Helevitia" says:

Pretty good for the most part – Updated again, see second update I’ve been waiting for an inexpensive HD security system to come out. This system is pretty good and, for the most part, does what I want it to do.SETUP: Setup isn’t too bad. Just remember to read the directions but there are a few gotchas such as, you can’t plug the camera side or the network side plugs into a power strip because of the circuitry screws up the data making it out of the power strip. This leads to the first problem I have. You have to use a dedicated outlet for each plug. In my older house, plugs are few and far between.SOFTWARE: The software installation was quick and painless. Immediately the software updated the firmware for my camera which was nice. The software controls are OK. It’s missing some key features in my opinion. There is no “record” button. So it only records if it detects motion. I want the ability to be able to record on demand.MOTION: You can select up to 6 zones that trigger recordings and alerts when…

Bob J "tarheelinva" says:

Quite a ride Logitech has taken us on…BUT> I purchased this camera system, six cameras total, two at a time, until I was somewhat basically satisfied with them. Today, I’m at about 80% satisfaction rating but the first few weeks were pretty brutal. It’s a bit of a learning curve figuring out how this system works because it uses POE (power over ethernet) connects and if you run your vacuum cleaner or carpet shampoo machine, well, some of the cameras get confused and bug out. Some will come back on after you are done, some may not. And they definitely don’t like power outages: during one ice storm here, the power flickered on and off multiple times – the cameras went out, would not come back on and ultimately I had to wait til the event was over and then unplug and replug every unit (some of which were not very convenient to reach in 10 degree weather, I might add). In other power failures, where the power simply goes out and stays out, they have all managed to recover on their own (after the new update which may have…

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