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Covert Cameras

Covert Cameras
Covert Cameras

Hidden or covert cameras provide a great way of catching theft or vandalism on camera without the suspect even being aware and are a great enhancement to most CCTV systems.

Installers say..

“Coverts are great to capture shots when suspects think they aren’t being watched.”

Hidden Camera Retail Mirrors

Looking just like a convex retail mirror this 12” model actually disguises a hidden camera.

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Covert Spotlight Ceiling Cameras

This is a lovely looking covert that is great for mounting in suspended ceilings.

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Tiny Board Lens Camera Modules

Compact module that’s relatively easy to hide. With a standard board lens that is easily swapped for other sizes.

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Tiny Pinhole Lens Camera Modules

These tiny covert modules can be hidden almost anywhere to suit the environment.

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Wide Angle Corner Cameras

Discreet camera that can be tucked away into the corner of a room, lift or stairwell.

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PIR Cameras With Built-in Mic & IRs

Probably our most popular style of covert camera as it is so easy to fit and suits most rooms.

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Covert Smoke Detector Cameras

A familiar sight to staff and shoppers so a good choice for a covert.

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3.7mm Covert Keyswitch Cameras

These keyswitch cameras are ideal next to an entrance capturing mugshots as people leave.

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Budget Board Lens Camera Modules

These tiny modules are easily disguised in other equipment or in the fabric of a building making them ideal for discrete covert surveillance.

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# Quick Links, Manuals & Product Documentation - IPmitter Range

Below are a list of product manuals and quick start guides covering our IPmitter wireless bridges and wireless access point range.

Dual Band Wireless Access Point - IPMIT100

Full Manual (PDF) / Full Manual (HTML)

Quick Start Guide (PDF) / Quick Start Guide (HTML)

The above manuals cover the following models: IPMIT100


Budget 48V PoE Wireless Bridges - IPMIT204/254

Full Manual (PDF) / Full Manual (HTML)

Quick Start Guide (PDF) / Quick Start Guide (HTML)

The above manual covers the following models: IPMIT204 / IPMIT254


Standard 48V PoE Wireless Bridges - IPMIT304/354

Full Manual (PDF) / Full Manual (HTML)

Quick Start Guide (PDF) / Quick Start Guide (HTML)

The above manual covers the following models: IPMIT304 / IPMIT354


Pro 48V PoE Wireless Bridges MK2 - IPMIT430/460/450

Full Manual (PDF) / Full Manual (HTML)

Quick Start Guide (PDF) / Quick Start Guide (HTML)

The above manual covers the following models: IPMIT430 / IPMIT460


Legacy

Budget 24V PoE Wireless Bridges - Full Manual (PDF)
The above manual covers the following models: IPMIT200 / IPMIT250

Standard 24V PoE Wireless Bridges - Full Manual (PDF)
The above manual covers the following models: IPMIT300 / IPMIT350

Pro 48V PoE Wireless Bridges MK1 - Full Manual (PDF) / Quick Start Guide (PDF)
The above manuals cover the following models: IPMIT400 / IPMIT450


Do I need a laptop or PC to pair up two IPmitters?

No not at all.

All 3 IPmitter models boast a superb easy pairing method which means you can set up the IPmitter without needing a laptop or PC to set up its IP address, perfect for getting the job done more efficiently and without needing a dedicated IP technician to do the install.

IPmitter wireless bridges LED display when pairing
My IPmitter is not pairing, what should I do?
1. Check the signal strength on the LED display at the Host and Client IPmitter. Between P-070 and P-095 is too low for transmission > Try the pairing process with the devices closer together.

2. Check the SYS light at the Host and Client IPmitter > If the SYS light is not lit then check your 48V PoE source or 12V DC source.

3. Check the WAN or LAN indicator Host and Client IPmitter > This will light up if a device connected and powered correctly. Please note this may not just be a power issue for the device connected but the cable connecting the IPmitter and the devices may be wired incorrectly or the cable may have a fault.

My IPmitter reads signal strength P-095, what does it mean?
The signal strength of P-095 shows they have not paired up correctly.

1. Check the pairing > Reset both IPmitters, holding the R (reset) button down on both IPmitters for 10 seconds. Once both units have booted back up, then try the pairing process again.

2. Between P-070 and P-095 is too low for transmission > Try the pairing process with the devices closer together.



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