The last few weeks have been quite busy at Spytech, as you will see with the newest high tech products being added to our online shop over the next little while. First of all, I'm pleased to introduce a type of camera that we have constantly been asked about over several years. This is a camera that looks like a "Peep Hole" in a door. Ideally, the customers I have talked to are trying to see who is outside their door, or who is messing around in the hallway when they are asleep, or not at home. Since most typical residential building hallways have no potential places to hide a camera, this Peep Hole Wireless Camera is surely the best way to protect the area just outside your front door.
During our testing this camera has been operating perfectly. The only issue is that the diameter of this Peep Hole Camera seems to be a few millimeters thicker than the standard "apartment door peep hole" we tested it on. I'm not sure how many different sizes there are in the peep hole industry, so make sure you have permission to drill the correct hole in your door if it currently has a slightly smaller sized hole. If you are starting fresh with a brand new door, the diameter of the part of the Peep Hole Camera that fits inside the hole is 13.8mm, so be prepared to drill accordingly. If you happen to have a larger hole in your door, the Peep Hole camera has a 25mm diameter end on it so it can still cover a hole up to that size.
Going over the features, we were impressed! Not only does the Peep Hole Wireless Camera come with a high quality LCD video receiver to view the live image, but if you just insert a MicroSD card, the screen then becomes a motion activated DVR that can record all the activity from the Peep Hole. The Peep Hole Camera itself has to be plugged in to a power outlet to operate, but the LCD video receiver can be unplugged and will operate on its built in rechargeable battery for about 5 hours or so.