SwannEye ADS-453 Indoor 720P HD Plug and Play Wi-Fi Security Camera with Remote Viewing from Swann
• 'Plug & play’ wi-fi internet camera packed with features for home & business security.
• Easy 3 step set-up using a QR code & your Smartphone with no network setup required.
• Saves video & HD pictures to a Micro SD card (not included) or your 3G/4G device & sends you an email notification when motion is detected. Play back recorded files on Smartphone or tablet via ‘cloud edge’.
• Built for life on the move with the free SwannEye HD app for viewing on PC, Mac, tablets & Smartphones including iPhone, iPad & Android devices*.
• Mount the 720p HD camera on any flat surface, on a wall, or upside down on the ceiling.
• Perfect for day/night surveillance with the ability to see & hear what’s happening 24/7.
Features • Video Resolution: 720p 1280 x 720
• Frame Rate: Up to 30 fps (real-time)
• Micro-SD Slot
• Night Vision: Up to 30ft/10m
• Microphone: Yes
Recommended for Indoor
• Weight: 0.66lbs/300g
• Operating System: Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista/7/8/10 Mac OS 10.7 & later
|Video Resolution||1280x720 (WXGA)|
|Video Frame Rate||30 fps|
|Still Image Resolution||N/A|
|Built In Mic||Yes|
|Connectivity||1 x Mic|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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