This PIR Alarm Sensor With Built In Camera 30 Days Battery Life that looks like an alarm PIR sensor. Product code PIR-UL is actually a high quality HD, PIR Sensor activated camera, it makes recordings straight onto an SD card whenever movement is detected to cut out all of those hours of unwanted video footage that just take up memory/battery power.
Say goodbye to all the complicated wiring with cameras of this type, with the new PIR camera with motion activation, you can install greater peace of mind for a fraction of the cost. The PIR camera will record all of the action straight to a micro SD card of up to 64 GB capacity.
This device, is made for long term surveillance in remote places where getting a power supply is a problem or fast deployment is required
The camera comes ready to go complete with battery built in charger and remote control. This camera is designed for ease of use and can be operated by a single button press on the remote control.
The bracket is equipped with a joint, so you can adjust the angle and direction of the camera.
• HD resolution
• Up 30 days in standby based on 1 trigger per day
• 16 hours of continuous recording
• Supplied with a remote control
• Video output for simple setup
Video Resolution HD(1280*720P),D1(720*480),VGA(640*480)
Video Compression H.264
Recording Video Format AVI
Photo Resolution JPEG 1600×1200
Frame rate 24FPS for HD
View Angle 65 degree
Motion Detect distance 8M
Min Illumination 1.0lux
Lens type Pinhole PIR distance 8M
PIR Standby Time Max. 30 days
Memory type Micro sd card (max up to 64GB, not included)
Memory Consumption HD:25mins/GB, D1:38mins/GB, VGA:80mins/GB
Playback via SD card reader or via monitor
A fully charged battery can record for up to 16 hrs and if used in the PIR activation mode it can remain in standby for up to 30 days depending on activity in the area of the camera
Please note if you use your own 64 GB micro SD card it needs to be reformatted to FAT32
The battery life quoted is genuine unlike many of those who claim many days of battery life, this is totally unrealistic as you would find if you tested one.
These are an approximate guide only as many factors can affect both the battery life and the storage consumption such as image content, light levels and temperature