not to my knowledge I did hear someone who had so many bikes stolen wire one of the bikes to a 240 mains.
Totally bad and illegal even with a warning sign. A sence movement taser may be more applicable if there is such a thing?
NO!. . I wondered the same thing before I got them and had 'prearranged', in my mind, locations where I could stuff the cable up under the tile roof. . BUT, when they arrived, I discovered you can simply 'tuck' the cable back into the unit's arm, making it look like it 'goes into' the place it is mounted, thru the 'arm' .. works good . .looks 'authentic' .. AND . .they are cheap . .LOL been a couple of months now and the little red lights are blinking like a champ . . VERY noticable . . from the street! . . we like that
I have not opened mine. However, there are 6 recessed screws in the front lens that if removed, may allow room for a camera. My dummy cameras are installed to I don't want to take one apart. Sorry. For what its worth, the fakes are very light so I would imagine they are hollow inside.
We have had the cameras installed and working for two months now, and batteries are still fine. I remember reading another review when I bought them that they were good through 3 months. My guess is in colder, harsher climates the batteries may wear faster but you should be able to get 3-4 months out of them otherwise.
Mine looks exactly like the seller's photos. The user submitted may be a newer or older model.
I can't tell you which base you'd receive. But whichever base, it's still going to look like a real security camera.