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Light Socket Powered Wi-Fi Security Camera

Light Socket Powered Wi-Fi Security Camera

Wish to add a little covert surveillance outside your home with relative ease? Then check out these cool newLight Socket Powered Wi-Fi Security Cameras. These innovative outdoor Wi-Fi security cameras only need access to a porch or garage light to power them up - no wiring required. Just screw in the bulb adapter into a light socket, screw a bulb back in on top of it, and mount the camera.

Once installed and paired to the free app on your smartphone, you can now stream and record video from anywhere in the world, get notifications and play pre-recorded messages (Get off my lawn!) when the infrared sensor detects motion, chat with visitors through the built-in microphone, sound a 100 db alarm to scare off intruders, and turn the lights on or off as well.

A great way to monitor an area outside your home while you're away, especially on vacation, see and converse with visitors before opening the door, and much more. Check out this video to see it in action.

Features

  • Easy-to-install home security system that retrofits a motion-sensing WiFi camera to an outdoor porch or garage light
  • Bulb adapter screws into an existing light socket to provide power to the wall-mounted wireless HD video camera via a short cord
  • Requires no wiring
  • Infrared sensor detects when someone approaches and automatically sends a notification to your paired WiFi device via a free app
  • Streams and records video, letting you monitor your home from anywhere in the world
  • Built-in microphone and speaker for voice chatting with visitors
  • Turn the light on and off remotely or at pre-scheduled times
  • Play pre-recorded outgoing messages upon motion activation
  • Sound a 100db alarm to scare off potential intruders
  • Weatherproof camera withstands moisture, heat, and cold
  • Attaches to any exterior surface with the included mounting plate
  • Size: 4.75" Diameter x 2" D - 8 1/4 oz

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