IP 1080p Night Vision Clock Camera

This IP clock camera features night vision to view and record in low light conditions. The camera can also be viewed remotely via a free app on a compatible smart phone.

Camera Features1:

  • IP function to stream and view remotely via a compatible smart phone (only works on 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi networks)2
  • the camera must be connected to an outlet in order to function (Power Input DC 5V)
  • has IRs for night vision or low light recording
  • 1080p, 720p and WVGA recording resolution options
  • Continuous, Manual or Motion Detection video recording modes
  • can take 2MP quality pictures
  • Memory Card: supports up to a SDHC 32GB SD card
  • Records approximately 25-30 minutes per GB at 1080p resolution
  • Viewing Angle: 78.2 degrees
  • Date and Time Stamp
  • File Format: MOV for video and JPG for pictures
  • Free App to view live, playback what was recorded, change settings and take pictures
  • Functioning digital clock (powered separately by AAA)

 

App Features:

  • free to download from the App Store or Google Play Store
  • no charges for any additional features
  • stream live video
  • adjust settings such as recording resolution and type
  • playback and download videos from the SD card (only when the phone is on the same Wi-Fi network as the camera)
  • set time and date

 

This camera can function in 3 different ways:

  1. It can be connected to a Wi-Fi network and be viewed remotely via an app on a compatible smart phone almost any where as long as you have internet.
  2. It can send out a signal in which you can connect a compatible smart phone to and view via an app up to 30 feet away.
  3. A memory card can be placed in the device and it can record.

 

Included in the Box:

  • IP 1080p Night Vision Clock Camera
  • Power Adapter (DV 5V/2Amp)
  • Mini USB Cable
  • Micro SD Card with Adapter
  • (2) AAA Batteries
  • Instruction Manual

 

 

1 Some features are ONLY available via the smart phone app.

2 Viewing the camera remotely with a smooth video playback depends on the speed of the network in which the camera is connected and the speed of the internet on your phone.