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Is it battery powered Apr 15, 2014
Nope; must've plugged in.
Apr 15, 2014 by HPX
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I don't know what NAS is. The camera records to your account on the Home Monitor website. From there, you can download video clips to your system.
May 21, 2014 by M. T. Volosin
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I have an area indoors that will monitor 26 feet across. It may actually go further but the wall is there.
3 days ago by Janeen Wyatt
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There's usually about 5 seconds of pre-roll and post-roll with the recorded clips. So the length of video clip is as long as it's detecting motion plus 5-10 seconds.
Apr 13, 2014 by Young K.
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The cam will continue to send motion alerts to you and continue to record motion. they have a web site that you can customize the way you want the cam to operate. It will be your personal home page for your cam and is very easy to use. The cam is probably one of the best if not the best available to home owners in this price range with it's functionality. I would definitely spend the little extra and purchase the HD model you are inquiring about, the picture resolution is very good compared to other cam on the market. Set up is fairly easy. When you log on to the site it will walk you through the process and they provide instructions with the cam as well. However the APP is constantly being upgraded and sometimes won't allow remote operation of the cam using your cell phone for instance. I am confident that the APP issue will be resolved. Set up is much easier than that of any other cams I have seen. Hope this helps. DON
Apr 13, 2014 by dolasma
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If it had no connection...you would have a fast blinking red...connect it to the internet with wired Ethernet and see if it connects to homemonitor cloud..if all else fails do a reset on the cam with a paper clip and reconfigure it from scratch (what I would do)
10 days ago by Dave
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That depends, surely, on your router? Test it on your phone.
19 days ago by Mr John P Griffin
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You can simply activate and deactivate the camera by disconnecting the power plug.
21 days ago by M. T. Volosin
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