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It takes a 1GB micro SD card. Manual says up to 2. I was able to get a 64GB formated, and used it for a month. However it got squirrely after that. The card would randomly become "unformatted" and would stop recording. I have had no problems with a 8GB.
By Mr. C on March 18, 2014
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go here same products same company www.nightwatchersecurity.com
By callharve on January 5, 2014
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I am very pleased to have bought this - just the sight of it has kept the thieves away, but there are several defects.
1. The mini disk that it is supplied with is rubbish and needs to be replaced with a SAMSUNG 16G mini disk. (All 32G mini disks miss out some videos).
2. When a burglar comes near the nightwatcher, on … see more
I am very pleased to have bought this - just the sight of it has kept the thieves away, but there are several defects.
1. The mini disk that it is supplied with is rubbish and needs to be replaced with a SAMSUNG 16G mini disk. (All 32G mini disks miss out some videos).
2. When a burglar comes near the nightwatcher, on sensing the movement, it immediately turns away from the burglar and scans something else, so you cannot get a clear view of the burglar.
3. The light, as good as it is, does not light up anything further than 15ft away at night time,so you cannot see anyone passing across the path of the Nightwatcher when it is dark.
4. Do not position the Nightwatcher near climbing plants, or [plants that move in the wind, as they will continually trigger the Nightwatcher to record. see less

By Mr. P. L. Hitchiner on September 2, 2013
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No, but it can be move by using panduit boxes and panduit raceways and hardware if needed.
By Clifford Hutchison on February 15, 2014
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It comes with a 1gb micro card. It says not to use more than a 4gb card. The 1gb card doesnt record that much.
By Matt on April 27, 2014
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Look in the manual and you'll find the following:
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The LED may flash continuously in orange indicating the stepper motor of NW700 - Smart Tracker is now in an abnormalstatusandthelightmaystopturningautomatically. Pleasesimplyswitchoff/onthemainpowerto resume the NW700 - Smart Tracker.… see more
Look in the manual and you'll find the following:
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The LED may flash continuously in orange indicating the stepper motor of NW700 - Smart Tracker is now in an abnormalstatusandthelightmaystopturningautomatically. Pleasesimplyswitchoff/onthemainpowerto resume the NW700 - Smart Tracker.
Below are the possible abnormal situations:
- External force: the light head is blocked by objects or is blown by strong wind and is unable to turn properly. The hidden LED indicator will flash in orange to signal users the abnormal situation.
- Stepper Motor : when the stepper motor is reaching the end of its life or is damaged, the bottom hidden LED will flash orange to signal a malfunction. Please switch the NW700 off and on at the mains, the tracking light now
Fig. 9 Fig. 10
may or may not resume operation.
- If the stepper motor stops working and is outside the standard warranty period, the NW700 will continue to function as a regular motion sensor security light. see less

By QuiltingBetty on October 27, 2014
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It is hard wired. Very simple great light. It's LED so the amp draw is low not sure the exact number.
By Joel H Szklarski on April 25, 2014
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The Night Watcher moves continuously and rapidly when it detects or senses any movement. It is a great detractor and unless you know exactly where to look for the "sdram" card, it would take some time to find the slot, and remove it. May I suggest that you could also put some extra clear tape or a glue seal on it if t… see more The Night Watcher moves continuously and rapidly when it detects or senses any movement. It is a great detractor and unless you know exactly where to look for the "sdram" card, it would take some time to find the slot, and remove it. May I suggest that you could also put some extra clear tape or a glue seal on it if there is a concern about it being stolen. The Night Watcher will definitely slow down a perpetrator. Compare the Night Watcher to an alarm system. Any one breaking and entering a home could still do so with the alarm on, in a few minutes, and still run off with something valuable near the door or easily accessible. I do not know of anything that is 100 percent fool proof if you think hard enough of a way to work around it. I love the Night Watcher, which I have had for some five years. A large percentage of the time, a potential thief will walk away, much like they would when they see the sign posted in a window/yard indicating an alarm system is in a home. see less
By MPAT on May 9, 2016
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My personal opinion, for what it's worth.
Pro's:
*Light is bright, when it turns on at night there is no place to hide.… see more
My personal opinion, for what it's worth.
Pro's:
*Light is bright, when it turns on at night there is no place to hide.
*People are used to normal flood lights, and are not phased when they turn on by motion; however when the light starts to follow you, it makes you fully aware that you are being monitored. Great deterrent.
Cons:
Is a slight hassle if you want to view the video. You need to turn off light, un screw the sd card cover, remove sd card, and view on PC, put sd back into slot, re-screw cover and turn light back on. ( I personally do not pull card unless I think someone has entered my property.
*Dust can enter into motor mechanism, causing unit to not rotate fully. Some days it turns all the way left and right, others it will only turn one way. (sometimes a little nudge is needed to get it moving again)
*Unit can go into a "sleep like" mode, it flashes but will not turn on or rotate. Needs to be re-booted basically.
Overall, I am less worried about the video aspect of this unit, as I am in it's ability to "follow" motion. That aspect alone is more than enough to ward off would be trespassers. I put mine up in July of 2013, been exposed to rain, dust storms, and hail, and is still working. Like I said, sometimes I need to give it a little push, but it does work, and it does record good quality video. It has it's quirks, but I do recommend it.
Just my two cents. see less

By Mr. C on September 4, 2014