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External PIR Lamp (with remote) and inbuilt CCTV Camera 73% discount - Lighting Direct £21.37

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CCTV 300w Maxicam PIR Floodlight See your visitors Hidden CCTV in a 300W floodlight Plugs into your aerial system via supplied modulator (optional) to view on any connected TV 120 degree PIR sensor … Read More
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CCTV 300w Maxicam PIR Floodlight
See your visitors Hidden CCTV in a 300W floodlight Plugs into your aerial system via supplied modulator (optional) to view on any connected TV
120 degree PIR sensor detects movement and switches light on (automatic night time only)
Finish: Black NEW LOWER PRICE 74% OFF

** I'm looking at this for my CCTV system would save cost of permananet infared just not sure if it has standard CCTv coax output as seems to be mention TV connection **

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#1
+£4.99 p&p
+£3.51 VAT
Total £26.88
#2
I would imagine you splice it into your tv aerial downlead, like an old console modulator box. So its a basic UHF signal rather than a composite one. Mind you, as it says optional it probably has standard composite output to feed the modulator :thinking:
#3
I think most people's aerial socket would be unused and free anyway as most people have Sky, Cable etc.
#4
Hibron
I think most people's aerial socket would be unused and free anyway as most people have Sky, Cable etc.


I was thinking the same. I'm actually tempted to buy one of these.
#5
Ouch didn't see the VAT bit - will ammend - still good value
#6
Very tempting.........must hold out :thinking:
#7
right then question time so the camera's on all the time day and night?? and you turn the tv over to the set channel or automatic triggered with pir??
#8
some sort of 10% discount code expiring end Sept 2009: LD982881

polite reminder to add vendor to deal title.
#9
Added vendor title.... seen it on Ebay for £39 + 8.95, lighting direct technical not in till monday. Just found this pdf http://www.scldirect.co.uk/files/19-maxicam_data.pdf its now looking VERY good value, I'd need it in colour and can't see that, can't see a Scart auto switch but the PIR lamp also has an included remote control.
#10
am i being thick - you have to plug it into your aerial ?

so you need to run coax up your wall to it too ... :?
#11
Fitted these before, connects to tv via scart, this would look ugly on front of house though?
#12
the modulator which is optional, is that included or we need to buy seperately?
#13
gap30
Fitted these before, connects to tv via scart, this would look ugly on front of house though?


RF modulator in item description would indicate connection is via RF aka standard aerial connector. Above PDF manual also confirms this.
Maybe you are thinking of another model (that I have also fitted) that has a SCART connection rather than RF.
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#15
Flipd
some sort of 10% discount code expiring end Sept 2009: LD982881

polite reminder to add vendor to deal title.


Just had a live chat with them and they said the discount is not valid on this already discounted item!
#16
rogercat
External PIR Lamp (with remote) and inbuilt CCTV Camera...


potentially dumb question:
what is the remote for?
The last page of this PDF expands the description to "remote key fob".
#17
Flipd
potentially dumb question:
what is the remote for?
The last page of this PDF expands the description to "remote key fob".


to answer my own question:
remote key fob to manually turn floodlight on and off, apparently.
Seems to be a fully-featured item!
#18
Nice1 Just Bought two, been looking to put cctv up at the front for a while but didn't like the idea of whacking a blatnt camera up this is ideal.
Voted hot n repped cheers.:thumbsup:
#19
might be ok or a cheapie deterrent, but picture quality will be rubbish on this. most decent cctv cameras cost >£100 alone which give approx 480tv lines. can buy a pir light from aldi for approx £5, so paying around £20 for camera bit.
#20
I think this would be great for me the remote control is the key feature i wonder how far away it would work i have dark stairs and my current pir only works when im at the middle landing ...not the best as im sure you can imagine...so the remote is intruging canna afford it just now but will save the details. If anyone has with remote could you let us know how well it works ? Many Thanks
#21
dilly dallying on purchase

white pvc double glazing, white pvc door, BLACK pir lamp???!!!
#22
is the camera colour or black and white?
#23
gap30
Fitted these before, connects to tv via scart, this would look ugly on front of house though?


I am not 100% sure but are your allowed more than 150 at the front of a house and 500 at the rear
#24
not a bad find
#25
Good deal - remote control clinched it

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