Night Owl Security Solution Contents
- 8 indoor/outdoor cameras
- 16-channel Smart DVR with preinstalled 1TB hard drive
Night Owl 16-Channel Security Solution
Night Owl’s security solution deploys an assembly of durable cameras to record up to 1TB of footage on the included DVR. The Smart DVR obeys commands from a free app, and it also interprets gestures to switch between channels.
Monitor from Anywhere in the World
You can monitor the Night Owl’s footage from a TV or computer monitor, but you can also check up on things remotely with the free iOS and Android app. Beyond just viewing files, you can configure the DVR settings from your smartphone or tablet no matter where you are.
Motion-Activated Push Notifications
Whether it’s a window sliding open or a plant teaching itself to tap dance, you’ll receive motion-activated push notifications on your mobile device the second the cameras sense activity.
Monitor Indoors and Out, Day or Night
Each camera is designed to nestle into indoor corners or stand guard from an outdoor perch. In addition to monitoring goings-on anywhere, the cameras are outfitted with 50’ night vision for when the lights go out.
- Model number: S16-8624-1TB
- Monitor your home or business on your mobile device
- Eight 600TVL cameras
- 50’ night vision
- 1TB hard drive
- View live footage, configure DVR, and play back videos on your smartphone or tablet
- HDMI output connects to TVs or monitors
- Free iOS and Android app
- Motion-activated push notifications
- Multigesture technology switches channel views
- Condition: new
- One-year warranty
- DVR: 12.4”x9.1”x1.8”
- Cameras (each): 3.5”x2.4”x2.2”
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The Fine Print
Free returns. Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders are delivered within 7 business days from the purchase date. Does not ship to PO boxes. See return policy. Must pay applicable tax and provide name and shipping address at checkout, which will be shared to facilitate shipping. 1 year warranty. How is the strike-through price determined?