Flexible Recording Triggers
The MemoCam Plus recording feature can be activated by any of three methods. For example, you can use its integrated VMD (Video Motion Detection) feature to detect motion within specific areas of interest within the picture frame. It can also be triggered by the standard, heat-based PIR motion sensor integrated into the main unit. It even offers three dry contact inputs for external triggers, like door/window contacts, glassbreak sensors, etc. Recording can be activated by any one of the above methods, or a combination of them to increase reliability and reduce false alarms. In addition, you can use the included remote control to arm or disarm the event recording process, or to record events manually.
Because of its flexibility, the MemoCam Plus can be used in many applications. At home, the MemoCam Plus can be used for nanny monitoring, visitor and intruder identification, or even as a video door phone with recording capability. Or use the MemoCam Plus at the office for entrance/exit recording, trespass verification in confidential locations, or recording of after-hours activity. It's also an ideal loss prevention system for retail locations or stock rooms.
Two Recording Modes
The MemoCam Plus offers two recording modes. The first is Fixed Mode, which records events until the memory card is full. The second recording mode is Cyclic Mode, which records events successively, overriding old data when the memory card is full.
Expandable With Additional Cameras
The MemoCam Plus has the flexibility of being expanded with up any two external surveillance cameras, including the . This feature is ideal for converting the unit into a multiple camera CCTV System.
Other features include:
The MemoCam Plus includes a 16MB MMC-type memory card (upgradeable to 64MB, which stores 10,000 black & white images) and a palm-sized remote for arming/disarming the event recording process or to record events manually. To review the camera images, you'll also need any standard MMC-type memory card reader, like the Flash Card Reader/Writer (#7527MCR, sold separately), which connects to a PC's USB port and acts an external hard drive that you can use to drag and drop images to and from the memory card.
Note: To use this product you must have a Multi-Media Card reader. If you do not already have one, 7527MCR will be required.
The MemoCam Kit includes the following items:
~20KB per frame
~10K per frame
~5 KB per frame
2 (for external cameras)
1 (for adjustment and monitoring
420 TV lines
0.1 Lux (F2.0)
JPEG with automatic Thumbnails Support
Picture quality options
Good, Great, Better, and Best modes, from 5K up to 20K image sizes.
From 3 images per second to 1 image per 5 minutes.
Fixed - Records fixed number of events until memory is full.
Cyclic - Continues recording from start when Multimedia card is full.
Delay time between alarm triggers
1 sec to 999 sec
Number of images per event
1 to 101 images
Hard Spherical Lens
1,2 Dipswitch; 2-3 Automatic depending on speed spectrum analysis.
Wide angle 90o (60ft x 60ft)
30V/m 10-1000 MHz
50,000V of electric interference from lightning or power through.
Terminal Connectors and Switches
Isolated dry contact input
28VDC, 0.1A with 10 ohm serial resistor, opens for 1.8 sec upon detection. Normally Closed
Control relay - Normally Open
If cover is removed.
Dry Contact Input
3 (for external triggers)
Separated power feeds
Optional Separated power feeds for PIR and Recording module sections.
Power Supply & Size
PIR detector only
Typical - 30 mA @ 12 VDC
Total power consumption
Maximum - 500 mA @ 12 VDC
2.67"w x 5.31"h x 2.20"d
PC Minimum Requirements
Pentium II 200MHz or higher
16MB or higher
Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME, NT, or XP and Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher
Multimedia Card Reader
Pocket PC Minimum Requirements
ARM (or compatible)
16MB or higher
320x240, 16 bit or higher
Windows CE 3.0 or higher
Multimedia Card Reader