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Wireless Camera Thermostat

This really is an excellent device for a private investigator or private detective to make use of in property or commercial investigations as a room thermostat is a widespread feature in both these settings so won’t arouse any suspicion. Integrated into the thermostat can be a wireless colour camera, together having a transmitter. Both audio and video may be transmitted to the receiver to provide all the evidence a private investigator or private detective wants.

For very best results, the private investigator or private detective wants to have a clear line of sight between the room thermostat camera and the receiver; there's a range of as much as 100 metres. As the device is wireless, it really is perfect for use in a lot of different scenarios. The camera is powered by a 9 volt battery or power pack along with the receiver can be plugged into the private investigator’s or private detective’s VCR or Television using a scart or phono leads. The resulting photographic evidence, getting of high quality, will supply accurate details in any investigation so helping private investigators or private detectives to solve their case.

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