XEPA PSD3 Solar Powered LED Security Camera Light with Wireless DVR

Illuminate your property and keep watch on your home or business with this wireless, solar powered security light with covert built-in camera. The motion-activated, lightweight unit is easy to set up and has no electrical wiring required. The 3-Watt monocrystalline solar panel captures the suns energy, charging the 7.4V Lithium-Ion battery (included). A motion sensor

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Illuminate your property and keep watch on your home or business with this wireless, solar powered security light with covert built-in camera. The motion-activated, lightweight unit is easy to set up and has no electrical wiring required. The 3-Watt monocrystalline solar panel captures the suns energy, charging the 7.4V Lithium-Ion battery (included). A motion sensor automatically illuminates the two 5-Watt super bright LEDs whenever motion is detected within 50-Feet or 160-Degree. The light then triggers the activation of the video camera and microphone which transmit the signal via the included 2.4 GHz digital wireless transmitter. This enables the DVR to receive pictures and sound directly from the camera without any drops or interference. Simply connect the DVR to any TV or Monitor using the included RCA audio/video connecting cables to see and hear what triggered the sensor. This unit also includes a 2GB SD Card to store the information. The receiver has a built in quad screen system which allows you connect up to 3 more cameras (Sold separately, see model PSD3E) to monitor your entire property.

Product Features

  • Motion-activated, lightweight unit is easy to set up. No electrical wiring required
  • Detects motion at a distance of up to 50-Feet with a range of 160-Degree
  • 2.4 GHz digital wireless transmission enables DVR to receive pictures and sound from the camera without any drops or interference
  • Included SD card enables storage of videos and photos
  • System can be expanded to receive transmission from up to 4 cameras

Comments

M. Chavez says:

Expensive light, useless camera 0

Carroll Davis says:

Not worth the money 0

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