Motorola Focus 66 Wireless Wi-Fi Home Security Camera

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The Focus 66 turns any compatible device into a home monitoring system via Hubble for Motorola Monitors app. The cameras pinch to zoom function allows you to digitally zoom in for a close up view of your home.

  • Integrated temperature sensor, with alerts whenever things get too hot or too cold.
  • Infrared night vision capability, so you can clearly see what’s going on even in low light levels
  • App Compatibility - Android (4.0 or later) or iOS (7.0 or later) for live streaming via Hubble for Motorola Monitors app.
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Features and benefits

Receive alerts whenever motion and sound are detected, and with the Motion Triggered Recording* you’re able to view the footage from when movement is detected. You can manually capture images and video recordings via the in-app** function to capture key moments on your smartphone or tablet for the whole family to enjoy later.

Tech specs

Brand : Motorola
Operating range : 150m
Viewing angle : 62°
Night vision : Night Vision
Colour camera : Colour camera
Wireless : Wireless
Number of LEDs : 8
Sensing element : Infrared, Motion & Sound
Colour description : White
Primary power supply : Mains
Weight (g) : 190g
Width (mm) : 100mm
Length (mm) : 10mm
Depth (mm) : 55mm
Guarantee : 1year
Night vision : Night Vision
WEEE Regulations : WEEE compliant

More information

  • *Motion Triggered Recording requires a paid subscription plan, please see the manual for more information.
  • **In-app video recording and image capture is a free feature and requires a Smartphone or Tablet with available storage. Please note this feature is different to our Motion Triggered Recording service which requires a paid subscription plan.
  • Two-way audio communication capability
  • The user-friendly Timeline feature will keep track of all saved events that are triggered by your sensors
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