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Yale Wireless Black Indoor & outdoor Bullet camera
This camera is ideal for outdoor use with it's weatherproof case. HD CCTV camera that can be used to extend Yale CCTV systems, it provides clear images even in low lighting up to 30 metres.
- Guarantee - 2 years
- Mains-powered powered
Features and benefits
- Smart phone notification - receive alert notifications if an event is detected
- 30m night vision - clear footage 24 hours a day
- Full 4 megapixel high definition quality
- Works independently or as part of a Yale smart Home CCTV kit
- Control from your smart phone
|Location||Indoor & outdoor|
|Power voltage supply||12V|
|Smart home compatibility||11|
No good trust me
Big shaq - 1 month ago
I bought this and I got burgled and they even stole the camera and took a dump on man's bed fam trust me dis ting is whack 100
This product is not fit for purpose
Duke1955 - 3 months ago
The camera is great but the Yale View app is not. The SD card does not automatically overwrite (even though Yale say it does) and the reformatting function does not work so you will need to manually reformat the SD card every few days. Not ideal if you need a ladder to get there and absolutely useless if you are away from home - which is when you need a security camera!
Skinner1066 - 2 years ago
Can be used on it's own or as part of a set.
The instruction leaflet, and the app could have better instructions but overall I found Yale happy to answer questions on social media.
First thing to consider is where you will mount this - you need to drill a hole 20mm in diameter for the ethernet plug to pass through. It is a wifi cam but there is an ethernet port also which I had no use for.The power cable is long but think about where you will plug it in.
You need to buy a memory card to record onto, ideally get this before you mount it. Also install the app on your phone using the QR code on the camera's underside.
I tested it indoors before mounting, you can have it on a window pointing outside but at night you get glare.
The app took some figuring out, to view what it has recorded you tap history and waiting for it to load, the red thick lines will be activity - scroll along to play footage- if you want to save any footage, tap the video icon while its playing and it saves or the camera icon to save an image, you can then export these file.
For the alerts I chose human activity only otherwise you get too many from cars passing and moths etc
The cam itself is solid and well made, login is password protected (or fingerprint on phone) once it is able to work with Alexa (which hopefully is in pipeline) it will be even better.