The HCHDWeather is a perfect fit for any home or office! This small clock covertly houses a Wi-Fi camera that pairs with a router for remote viewing.
You can adjust the time on the clock between 12 and 24 hour formats, and once paired with a router, will automatically update and display the weather, date, and time!
Night Vision – This unit has sensors that can detect when the light level gets too low, automatically turning on the night vision IRs. This allows you to see up to 15 feet in the dark!
External Memory – You can use up to a 128GB MicroSD card with this unit!
Wide Viewing Angle – This unit has a 110 viewing angle to ensure that you don’t miss any needed footage!
Livestreaming – Download the FREE smartphone application so you can view your camera and manage settings remotely!
- 1080p Full HD resolution streaming
- Wi-Fi for remote viewing and recording
- MicroSD slot for recording locally
- Motion detection alarm configuration settings
- Streaming Video Resolution: 1920 x 1080 @ (up to) 25 fps, 720p, 480p
- Recording Video Resolution: 1280 x 720 @ (up to) 25 fps
- Video Format: MPEG-4
- Angle of View: 110°
- Battery Life: 4 hours
- Battery Type: Lithium-Ion
- Battery Voltage: 3.7v
- Battery Capacity: 1800 mAh
- Battery Type: Rechargeable
- Battery Location: Inside the unit
- Storage Capacity: up to 128GB microSD
- Storage Consumption: 1GB per 20 minutes (average)
- Motion Detection Range: up to 15 feet
- Power Consumption: 300MA/3.7V
- OS Compatibility: Windows 7 and above, Android 5.0+, iOS 6+
- Browser Compatibility: IE7+, Chrome, Firefox
- Size: 4.75″ x 3.5″ x 0.5″
- 1 x HCHDWeather
- 1 x AC Adapter
- 1 x USB Cable
- 1 x Manual
- 1 x MicroSD Card Reader
- Anytime a microSD card is inserted, it will be formatted for use. Please save any data from the card before inserting into the device.
- We recommend using plug-in power for long-term use.
- This device will only connect to 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi Networks.
- We are unable to guarantee Wi-Fi connection will work with all routers. Although most networks are compatible, certain routers enact stricter security measures that may block remote connections to the camera. Some examples likely to experience these issues are hotels/motels, corporate networks, 4g hotspots, open wifi networks like Starbucks, etc.