Frequently Asked Questions
Does the RoomWatch camera need a light to see at nightime?
A bit like the human eye, the more light there is the better you can see, the RoomWatch camera is the same but it does have a couple of lights built-into it. There's an IR LED array surrounding the lens which uses the on-board photocell to activate when the light levels fall. These glow a faint red but emit no visible light to the human eye they just give off a spotlight style beam that helps the camera to see up to a 10M range. The camera also has the unusual feature of a white light built in too. This can be programmed to light up and strobe when movement is detected or an alarm input is triggered.
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