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2.4 Ghz Wireless Mantle Clock Covert Camera (Color)

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2.4 Ghz Wireless Mantle Clock Covert Camera (Color)


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Completely concealed inside this fully functional, dark mahogany Seth Thomas "lantern" style mantle clock is a tiny CCD camera and FCC Approved 2.4Ghz video transmitter. Our color model automatically switches to B&W in low light. Great for keeping a video record visitors to your office or for home or office security.

Featuring eight USER CHANGEABLE channels, up to eight units can secure you home or business simultaneously. Eight channel capability insures a very low possibility of interference with other 2.4GHz devices such as cordless phones and wireless routers. Line of site range is 700 feet. Our new high power twelve channel models offer 3000 ft. line of site range. Actual range will vary depending on terrain and ambient RF interference at your location.


Available in B&W, super low light B&W (.0003 lux) and Color/BW (auto switching). Unit includes eight channel digital receiver, AC adaptor for receiver and RCA connector cable. .(Audio not Available)

Available Models:

  • Model LAN-W-BW– B&W
  • Model LAN-W-C– Color/BW
  • Model LAN-W-LL - B&W .0003 Lux Super Low Light
  • Model LAN-W-BW-HP B&W High Power
  • Model LAN-W-C-HP Color High Power
  • Model LAN-W-LL-HP B&W High Power .0003 Lux Super Low Light


Name 2.4 Ghz Wireless Mantle Clock Covert Camera (Color)
Image Sensor 1/3″ DSP CCD Imager
Valid Pixel No
Image Resolution 400 TV lines resolution (color) 430 TV lines resolution (B&W)
Viewing Angle 98 degree field of view - 3.6 mm Lens
Mini. Illumination .5 lux Color .05 lux B&W .0003 lux B&W low light
Gain Control No
Transmission Frequency 2.4 GHz
Transmission Distance 700 ft. LOS (standard power) - 3000 ft. LOS (high power)
Modulation mode No
Power Supply No
Exposure No

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