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Netgear Arlo 5-Camera Wireless HD Security System (Mfr. Refurb.)
Like stalwart sentries, these wireless cameras keep watch over entryways, outdoor property, and anywhere else you station them, promoting security at home or the office. They capture HD video, even in the dark, and because of their weather-resistant build, they remain unfazed by downpours, blizzards, and high winds.
Clear Video, Even at Night
Infrared technology lets these cameras peer through the darkness and capture footage as clear as video recorded in daylight. The IR bulbs also don’t create any visible illumination—perfect for covert surveillance or checking in on a sleeping baby.
You don’t have to check in at home constantly; this camera sends your smartphone a notification if something might be going on. Whenever the integrated motion sensor detects suspicious movement, it immediately tells you to check the live stream so that you can determine whether or not there’s an intruder.
Check In from Anywhere
Whether you’re down the street or across the country, you can always know what’s going on at home. WiFi connectivity lets this camera stream live video securely to a compatible app for your smartphone, so you can see what’s happening from anywhere you have cellular or WiFi reception.
- Model: VMS3530-100NAR
- 5 wireless HD cameras with base station
- Video resolution: 720p HD
- Motion detection
- Night vision
- Weather resistant
- Free apps for remotely viewing live video
- Storage: free 7-day cloud storage
- Weight: 2.16lb.
- Product dimensions: 9.1”x9.8”x9.9”
- Condition: manufacturer refurbished
- 90-day warranty from Arlo
In the box: 5 Arlo smart security cameras, smart home-base station with power adapter, Ethernet cable, 5 wall mounts, mounting screws, outdoor security mount, 20 batteries, 2 window decals, quick start guide
As its name implies, Netgear designs the gear necessary to connect you to the internet. This includes high-speed WiFi routers, modems, and mobile internet hotspots. And since they’ve been making internet equipment since 1996, the fledgling days of consumer web access, they’ve had a few decades to fine-tune their devices for maximum speed and reliability, ensuring you get the most out of your internet service whether it’s cable, DSL, or cellular.