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Mini F300 GSM Monitor Camera Infrared Real-time Video Record Alarm Home Office Warehouse Securit
[Sku:F300]

When F300 host detects the movement of human body or sound, F300 will take photos and send them to monitoring mobile phones while recording a video for 30 seconds and storing it into TF card. (The trigger distance of human body induction is about 5m; while the sound induction trigger depends on the set sensitivity of F300 host’s sound pick-up.) Monitoring mobile phones can send short messages to notify F300 host to take photos. And F300 host will immediately send multimedia message of pictures to the monitoring mobile phones after taking the photo. Monitoring mobile phones can send short messages to notify F300 host to record a video from 1 to 99 minutes and the video is stored in the TF card of F300 host. Monitoring mobile phones can monitor the situation of the F300 host when making calls to it, with the monitoring scope depending on the set sensitivity of F300 host’s sound pick-up. Monitoring mobile phones can adjust the sensitivity of F300 host’s sound pick-up by sending MIC1-9 (1-9 represent the sensitivity levels, and 1 represents the most sensitive level) to F300 host. (the factory setting is 7). F300 host has infrared night-vision light, which is convenient for video recording at night (it will be turned on only when recording without sufficient light). The night-vision distance is about 4 meters. Body detecting distance: Approx. 5m Night viewing distance: Approx. 4m Angle of camera: 60° Video recording format: MOV Receive at four frequencies :850/900/1800/1900MHz Photo format JPEG (about 150KB/piece) TF card Support 2G(support video recording for 6-7hr) Video resolution ratio: 400*200 Battery: 3.7V/500mAh (standby: 48hr) Power: 5V 500mA Package contents: 1x Main Unit of F300 1x Stand 1x USB Cable 1x Battery
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