All Things Electronic extends range with spy cameras

Jan Harris

April 23, 2007

Internet retailer All Things Electronic LLC has extended its range of surveillance products with the addition of spy cameras.

The company launched the new products in response to demand from customers.

The new range includes several covert models including a clock radio wireless surveillance camera system. A working clock radio conceals both the camera and the receiver, which are designed to be connected to a TV, monitor, or VCR/DVR.

The 2.4Ghz wireless security camera system has an indoor range of up to 200′, and 420 TV lines of resolution black and white, or 380 lines in colour. The system also features a 3.6mm lens and the RCA connection for connection to monitor or recorder.

The new products also include a home security surveillance camera built into either a PIR motion detector or a smoke detector. A hard-wire version and a 2.4Ghz wireless security camera version are both available. The device has a 3.7mm lense and RCA jacks for connection to monitor or VCR.

Several new pinhole board cameras are also available, with 1/3″ CCD image sensors and 3.7mm lenses as standard.

The company’s internet store features VeriSign SSL encryption.


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