HD Home desktop Security Camera - Black from Piper RP10NAB
Piper Security HD 180 Camera with 2 Way Audio ,105 dB siren, Motion, Temp, Humidity, Sound, Light Senors, Black
• Make sure no one slips by undetected with a precise built-in motion sensor and high quality microphone for loud sound detection.
• Set Piper to sound its powerful 105 dB siren when a security mode is breached.
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|Built In Mic||Yes|
|Connectivity||1 x Wireless LAN|
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