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Universal Adapter Camera Plug Motion Detection Plug with Socket Mini Camera

  • PRODUCT CODE: UNI2002 Spy Camera

Model: SF-BD300
Rated voltage: 5V
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    • Delivery expected by May 25, 2019
    DESCRIPTION
    SPECIFICATIONS
    • Features Overview:
      Video resolution of 720 x 480 30 frames per second.
      Video format: AVI format
      USB transmission speed: 2.0
      Support motion detection video recording
      Camera function: Camera can be used as a standard computer, you need to install the supplied drivers.

       Appearance and buttons:
      1. Stop recording key
      2. SD card slot
      3. USB interface
      4. Camera

       

      Methods of operation:
      Power Video: directly into the mains 220V socket can boot and automatic recording, light the green light.
      Video preservation: In the video mode, short press the red record button flashes three times then turns off, save that video, and then unplug the socket.
      Motion Detection: boot only started recording, video files automatically saves every 20 minutes. When no objects in front of the camera moves to stop recording, an object is moving to start a new recording.
      Into the USB, the camera automatically enters state U disk, U disk to read the video information to open!
      Insufficient disk space, video will automatically overwrite the previous file one by one!

      Driver installation:
      U disk driver:
      Windows 98 users only, install the supplied driver CD into your computer and reboot to take effect.
      Windows ME / 2000 / XP / Mac OS 9.2.2 or later operating system without installing drivers.

    • Model: SF-BD300
      Rated voltage: 5V
      Rated current: 500A
      Payload: 2KW
      Color: White
      Net Weight: 223g
      Package Weight: 240 g
      Size: approx. 140 x 80 x 60 mm ((L x W x H)

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