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Camean Outdoor Dummy Fake Motion Detector Sensor Security Camera

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Want crime prevention or just to keep people on their toes? This Outdoor Security Camera is a powerful yet small security camera that doesn't draw attention and blends in well with its surroundings. This fake security camera is an exact match to real...
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Specifications:


  • This fake security camera is an exact match to real cameras
  • Fake security cameras will fool criminals into believing you have a real video security system
  • This camera can be installed easily in seconds and designed for outdoor use
  • Outdoor Security Camera can be used at home, company and factory
  • Material: Metal
  • Size: 182 x 59 x 55mm / 7.16 x 2.32 x 2.16in (L x W x H)

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Camean Outdoor Dummy Fake Motion Detector Sensor Security Camera

Camean Outdoor Dummy Fake Motion Detector Sensor Security Camera


  • This fake security camera is an exact match to real cameras

Camean Outdoor Dummy Fake Motion Detector Sensor Security Camera

Camean Outdoor Dummy Fake Motion Detector Sensor Security Camera


  • Fake security cameras will fool criminals into believing you have a real video security system

Camean Outdoor Dummy Fake Motion Detector Sensor Security Camera

Camean Outdoor Dummy Fake Motion Detector Sensor Security Camera


  • This camera can be installed easily in seconds and designed for outdoor use

How to Make a Motion Detector Camera?


  • In your home, you just can't have eyes everywhere. Or can you? Many consumers are increasingly relying on motion-activated cameras to be their eyes when they can't. Whether it's a nannycam to make sure your babysitter stays out of certain rooms or a scouting camera to see what's been in your garden, a motion detector camera is an increasingly popular choice for home security. But you don't have to spend hundreds of dollars on expensive professional game cameras. Instead you can put together your own using a few parts from an electronic supply store

Instructions:


  • Following instructions that come with your particular model camera, attach a length of speaker wire to the remote camera trigger. If you use a Canon Sure Shot Owl PF, you will simply need to pry back the housing using the Philips screw driver and solder, use the wire strippers to strip the ends from the speaker wire and solder the wire to the circuit board
  • Connect the camera to the preassembled remote sensor board by soldering the other end of the wire to the board's correct connectors
  • Connect the camera's battery chamber to the toggles using alligator clamps and jacketed copper wire. To do this, use the wire nippers to clip the wire to the correct length, then strip the ends of the wire using wire strippers. Clamp alligator clamps onto the ends of the wire. Then clamp one end of the wire to the camera's battery connections and the other end to the toggles. Then connect toggles to the 9-volt battery using the same procedure. You can now turn the camera off or on using the toggling switch
  • Connect the battery to the second toggling switch using the same method as step 2. Then connect the toggling switch to the preassembled remote sensor board using jacketed copper wire. Strip the ends of the wire and use alligator clamps for the toggle. Solder the wire to the motion sensor board using the soldering tool and soldering wire. You can now turn the remote sensor on and off using the second toggling switch
  • Connect the LED to the motion sensor board and then to the camera's toggling switch using jacketed copper wire and wire and alligator clips. The LED provides enough ambient light to help the motion sensor board detect motion
  • Measure the size of the camera's lens and flash. Use this measurement to cut a hole in the housing with the jig saw
  • Pack the camera, sensor board and battery into the housing and secure them with closed cell foam

Package Included:


  • 1 x Outdoor Realistic Looking Security Camera