SE FC9955 Dummy Sensor Security Camera
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- Optional red flashing light
- (2) screws
- (2) dry wall anchors for mounting
- Dome shaped
- Designed to imitate the small, high-tech security cameras in the market today
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|Package Height||2.99 x 4.8 x 4.88 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.31 pounds|
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SE is proud to present this Dome-Shaped Dummy Security Camera. Deter theft and vandalism without incurring the cost of real security cameras. To enhance the image of authenticity, press down on the dome to activate the optional red flashing light—a great crime deterrent at an affordable price!
This camera is easy to install with screws and anchors for easy mounting. Camera requires two AA batteries, which are not included.
SE is committed to providing the customer with the best source for value possible on the market. You will enjoy the quality, function and usefulness of our SE FC9955 Dummy Sensor Security Camera.
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From the Manufacturer
? Dome Shape ? Red Flashing Light Gives the Appearance of a Real Working Camera ? Push On/Off Switch ? Comes with 2 Screws and 2 Drywall Anchors for Mounting ? Dome Diameter: 4 1/2inches ? Requires 2AA Batteries (Batteries Not Included)
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Originally, I didn't screw the mounting screw in deep enough, so one of them was hanging on one screw for a while, revealing it as a fake. I tightened all the screws and jammed both decoy cameras on there very tight -- they will not be moving any time soon.
Also, the Chamberlain motion sensors pointing down from the eaves is a really useful touch. It's a visual deterrent, and it does alert me if somebody (or the neighbors dog) comes up on my porch. It's a bit like an anti-stalker device.
-------------original review from 2015-------------------------
FYI: I protected it on both sides with Chamberlain drive-way motion sensors, pointed down from the eaves. I placed the base station for the motion sensors close enough to the doors inside that a potential thief will hear them beeping as he approaches the rear entry. Just one of several of things to freak out a potential burglar who approaches my back patio or garage door.
From a distance, the decoy camera with the two motions sensors three feet on each side is plenty to send a potential thief to the next house.
I hope this will keep my place looking pretty secure. Looks real enough to me hope it looks real enough to discourage the bad guys.
Unlike the description photo, my red LED is located on the base-side of the camera lens (instead of top-of-dome side as pictured). Dome is spring-loaded and can be pushed slightly into base. The product box mentions an ON/OFF switch here, but no switch exists. The motion-sensor mentioned behind the camera lens, also does not exist. When 2 AA batteries are installed, the red LED flashes steadily at a rate of about 1 second ON, 1 second OFF. Removing the base-plate shows 2-wires going from the battery compartment to the flashing LED, that's it for internal circuitry.
For the $4 price, I think it has a good appearance. The flashing light gives added realism in a lit area, while drawing attention in a dark area. With 24/7 flashing, I'll have to see how long a pair of batteries lasts before deciding whether this feature is actually worth using. The batteries are in the base, so the unit must be removed from the wall to replace the batteries.
If you need extra "cameras" to spackle around to add security (or if you use this as the decoy and have the real video camera hidden away) it's cheap enough. Just--not great.
Con: should have come with a manufacturer,s battery with prolonged life,say 6 month or more. I use duracell battery with the cam and I have to have them replace every 3 /4 weeks.
Tips:For max security and benefits I advise dummy cam users to maintain absolute secrecy about it. Simply, do not tell folks out there it,s just a dummy. Not even friends and family member.