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This camera is part of a Uniden wireless system. It is an add on which works with several different Uniden systems. However, it does nothing on its own. It does NOT communicate to a standard Wifi network. The connection is proprietary to the Uniden system. That said, I have have four camera Uniden system and it wo… see more This camera is part of a Uniden wireless system. It is an add on which works with several different Uniden systems. However, it does nothing on its own. It does NOT communicate to a standard Wifi network. The connection is proprietary to the Uniden system. That said, I have have four camera Uniden system and it works just fine. see less
By Scott D. Nelson on December 25, 2013
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The camera itself is wireless. You have to have an electrical outlet within 4 feet to plug the camera in to power each one.
By OhioMoose on December 4, 2013
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There are no batteries. The cameras use 120 VAC. You will need to install a power outlet under the fascia board ideally. In my case we simple used weather proof extension cords and plugged into an attic light using a screw in light bulb outlet then ran extension cords out through the attic air vents on both sides of o… see more There are no batteries. The cameras use 120 VAC. You will need to install a power outlet under the fascia board ideally. In my case we simple used weather proof extension cords and plugged into an attic light using a screw in light bulb outlet then ran extension cords out through the attic air vents on both sides of our home. Each cord was then staple gunned just under the edge of the roofing so that they are invisible. We have 4 cameras they use radio signals to communicate with the Uniden 3" x 5" monitor unit. No cables are necessary to transmit the sound and video signal back to the base unit. Base unit uses SD card to record any motion that triggers it. So it is not constantly recording but it does constant allow you to watch. In our case we general just archive the recorded .MP4 movies that are general nothing more than a car passing by or people walking down the street. Night vision is perfect once you get use to the fact the everything green at night looks as though it is cover with snow. BTW, we have had 2 incidents both occurred not on our property but on neighbors property on both sides of our house. They ask that we review the movies during the time period in which the incident occurred. One was a car theft and we would able to provide the local police with movies that resulted in arrest of 2 suspects and recovery of the neighbor's car. The other was a hit and run incident where a neighbor's automobile was sideswiped by a drunk driver around 3 AM in the morning. We were able to find the incident in the movie and even able to see the tag number of the truck that hit the cars and provide this information to police which also resulted in an arrest. While running the electrical wiring is probably the most difficult part, the units have provided a very safe home as the cameras are quite visible to anyone approaching our home. The cameras presence are themselves a deterrent to burglars. MP4 movies are 420p quality the detail is very easy to view. I recommend these cameras highly, when purchased with the base unit Uniden Guardian that does the recording. The Guardian Unit also makes the cameras available via the Internet though a Uniden portal at http://unidenvideo.com which allows us to view any of the 4 cameras around our house when away from our home. Of course this require an Ethernet connection to a ISP router that is always on. An Android or IPhone apps is in the appropriate apps store for free of each of these phone types so that you can view the cameras via theses cell phones. A Windows 8 phone app is due for release by 3rd quarter 2013. However without the app Internet Explore on current Windows phone can view the portal now. As to the batteries in the control unit, in our case the unit stays plugged in to an electrical outlet 242 hours a day. The only time I have used the unit on batteries was during installation to appropriately aim each camera during installation. In that case fully charge batteries lasted throughout the 4 camera install process which was about 3 hours. Can say how long they would last beyond that one experience. But as others have stated once installed the base unit generally is in a stable location connected power adaptor and a Ethernet cable. However, the base using sits in a base that allow ease lift out should it be necessary to go portable with it. Use rechargeable batteries in the Guardian and they will stay charged when in the base unit. Hope this helps. see less
By XTC Media Group, LLC on July 8, 2013
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Yes it does, everything you see in the picture plus the cord/plug
By John on July 19, 2013
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You have to have the matching Uniden monitor that goes with the video system.
By Bill_Texas on December 4, 2015
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I looked at the power supply. It reads "120-240 -50/60 Hz" Therefore, the answer is Yes.
By LCook on June 3, 2015
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no
By Joe Dellinger on October 26, 2015
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After it was installed and set/locked in place, it did once on accident from the monitor - but haven't been able to do it again...
By raquelina woods on April 9, 2015
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If the model number is the same then it's only the color that is different and it should work the same.
By Jay on January 7, 2016