This may look like an normal PIR, but in fact it cleverly incorporates a high definition covert camera along with with flash memory DVR system that is completely hidden within making it the perfect room surveillance camera system.
To find the ideal room surveillance system requires a device that can be easily added into the environment without arousing suspicion. Using a PIR to house a spy camera is ideal and now we have been able to incorporate a high definition system into a compact and discrete looking alarm PIR sensor.
Naturally Discreet Spy Camera System
When any person walks into a room whether it is in an office of home environment, it is rare that they will feel compelled to look up above their standard eye level unless there is something that is exceptionally distracting. Alarm PIR sensors have been around for decades in various shapes and sizes, although almost all of them are white or creme in colour. Having one of these sensors in the top corner of a room will not attack attention and as such will therefore be an excellent choice to use as an enclosure for a covert camera system
Motion Detection / Loop / Scheduled Recording Options
The unit produces high quality, 720p HD video with audio and time/date stamping on the recorded footage. The camera itself looks out of a small hole at the bottom of the front fact of the PIR. There is also a red LED in the the front face that randomly flashes thereby giving the impression of a fully functional alarm sensor (the unit cannot be used as an alarm sensor). Although programmed in through-the-lens motion activated mode, the unit can be set into, scheduled and timed recording if required. The DVR system has an overwrite function for continuous recording with memory capacities of 32GB as standard or as a paid upgrade at time of purchase – 64GB or 128GB.
Mains Power with Battery Back-Up
Although some Alarm sensors are wireless and battery powered, the majority still have a power/data wire emerging from the back of the device, disappearing into the wall or ceiling space. This PIR DVR takes power from a mains supply and has a small internal rechargeable battery to keep the unit running for up to 20 hours should mains power supply fail. Running the system from the mains ensures that the full memory capacity can be exploited before the device needs to be connected to a computer to offload the footage.
Automatic Day / Night Mode switching
One common problem experienced by many covert camera systems is the ability to record in very low conditions. The new HD PIR Camera has an auto-switching capability that allows the system to record full colour during normal lighting conditions and then automatically change to monochrome (black and white) footage when the light becomes particularly subdued.
Playback on Both Mac and Windows Computers
Offloading recorded video from the device memory is simple. Either unplug and unclip the device from the wall bracket (supplied with product) then plug into a desktop PC or a Mac or leave the PIR in-situ and connect the unplugged device power/USB cable to a laptop computer and then offload the video onto the connected laptop. We would recommend unclipping from the bracket unless you want to build your biceps.
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