From the front door to the stable:
With a surveillance camera, you always know what’s going on
Strange noises in the garden at night? Unfamiliar cars in the courtyard entrance? With an outdoor surveillance camera, you can always see what’s happening around your house, in your courtyard, garden, horse stable, or anywhere else on your land – regardless of whether there’s an imminent threat or you simply want to feel completely safe. Integrated in the Hama outdoor camera are a floodlight and a motion detector, both of which can be used in a variety of ways via app and voice control. Of course, the smart camera is protected from water jets in accordance with IP65, and can therefore be mounted to an external façade without concerns.
Everything in view on your phone display
You use the Hama Smart Home app to call up the live view of the surveillance camera on your smartphone display: in colour and in high-resolution Full-HD quality – you won’t miss a thing. From a safe distance, you can first check what the unfamiliar car is doing in the courtyard entrance – perhaps the driver is just wanting to turn around. The children are enjoying a birthday party in the garden but you want to go indoors to prepare some snacks and drinks. Now you can do so without a guilty conscience, as the live view enables you to keep an eye on the children at the same time (this also applies to puppies and kittens, for instance, or anything else that occasionally gets a silly idea in its head).
PIR motion sensor:
This camera won’t miss a movement
Sometimes something or someone scurries over your property so quickly that you don’t even realise it – be it your daughter creeping out to a party at night, or a burglar taking advantage of your absence. The surveillance camera reacts to movement with a passive infrared (PIR) sensor. PIR sensors detect objects that emit heat and therefore infrared radiation, that is, people, animals, but also cars; the sensor itself does not generate heat, which is why it is called ‘passive’. If something scurries, creeps or positions itself within the 145-degree field of view, you get a notification on your phone and can take immediate action if there is an imminent threat – at the same time, the WLAN camera takes a photo. You can also start recording video automatically – it is then stored either on the SD card or in the cloud for subsequent viewing.
The combination of motion detection and a very bright floodlight offers major benefits: If the camera detects a movement, the light switches on. Firstly, a burglar is immediately deterred if caught in the bright light. But apart from security, this also brings convenience – the courtyard is lit up as soon as you drive in with the car, for example, or enter the property through the garden door – you then have excellent visibility in the dark, without having to run to the house to switch on the courtyard light.
Brightness outdoors whenever you want
Disconnect, connect, done: That is the principle of the outdoor camera with integrated light. You get a 2-in-1 solution and can use the existing cabling from your previous outdoor lamp, greatly simplifying the installation process. With a colour temperature of 4000K and a powerful 1800 lumens, your outdoor area is immersed in bright light. The floodlight can be conveniently controlled using the Hama Smart Home app; for example, it can be switched on or off, or the light intensity can be changed. The highlight is, of course, the smart functions: A variety of scenes and automations can be set using the app; for example, the light control can be linked to the motion sensor, or other smart home devices can be integrated (examples: if the smart roller blinds are lowered, the courtyard lighting should switch on; or if you turn on the WLAN LED lamp in the living room, the lamp of the surveillance camera should give low-intensity light).
Automatic recording on SD card or in the cloud
Of course, you cannot keep an eye on your property 24/7 using your smartphone screen. Therefore, when the camera detects motion, it can automatically start recording video, which is stored either on a 128-GB SD card or in the cloud. You can use these video clips to find out later on what happened in front of the WLAN outdoor camera. Besides exposing offences such as intrusion, theft and vandalism, this likewise offers convenience: For example, you can see where and how the postman has left your parcel, and don’t have to look in all possible places, such as the garage or summer house, when you get home from work.
This camera sees clearly even at night: Infrared night vision
Perhaps you have suspected for some time that a raccoon is getting into the bins at night? Then simply lie in wait at your smartphone display – this is more thrilling than being at the cinema. The infrared lighting enables an excellent view even at night – regardless of whether it’s a raccoon, burglar or your revelling children. If the floodlight is on, the night vision automatically switches off – this prevents the night vision and lighting from getting in each other’s way. If you have detected the nightly troublemaker in night vision mode, you can quickly switch to floodlight mode – unless, of course, you have already set the ‘Motion detection with lighting’ automation.
WLAN camera with two-way audio:
Intercom to go
Speaking of the postman: The door bell rings, but you would like to check who’s there before opening the door. Simply take a glance at the live view. Of course, this works not only when you’re at home, but also when you’re away. You can then use two-way audio to tell the postman that you’ll be back from shopping in ten minutes, and that he may leave the parcel in front of the door. The camera surveillance image is therefore transmitted to the live view, and you can use the speakers built into the camera and the app on your smartphone to communicate with the visitor. In the same way, you can also ask unwanted visitors, from a safe distance, to leave the property immediately.