Keep an eye on what matters most with the OnGARD indoor / outdoor wireless Walk-About™ home or business surveillance system. This affordable, user-friendly system designed by the Security Sensei contains everything needed to keep an eye on your home, family, or business. With no video wires to fuss with, you can take the Walk-About™ display monitor from room to room or outdoors while sitting on your deck entertaining. Doing laundry? No problem. Simply plug the Walk-About™ monitor into a nearby outlet and observe the interior and exterior of your home while you fold clothes or sunbath.
Watch your children poolside, see who's at your front door, or keep an eye on your employees while at your place of business, all with the Walk-About™ wireless security camera system.
Plug & Play Setup
The Walk-About™ security system includes four digital wireless indoor/outdoor, weather-resistant security cameras and one wireless LCD monitor receiver with built-in DVR. Simply mount the cameras via the included brackets to a wall, ceiling, or tree and plug them into any standard 110V electrical outlet. Connect the power adapter to the LCD monitor, and you’re ready to go—the cameras automatically connect to the receiver! A complete home security surveillance system in a box for $579.00.
Multiple Viewing Options
The wireless LCD monitor receiver is paired to all four cameras and supports single-channel viewing and 4-channel viewing. This means you can view video feed one camera at a time in full-screen, or view the images of all four cameras at once using Quad View. There is even an auto-scan feature, which cycles through all four cameras individually in full-screen mode.
SD Recording and USB Port
Record and store video feeds from any of the four cameras using the SD card support system (up to 32GB storage with built-in overwrite function). There's also a USB port for storing audio/video via an external USB2.0 Thumbdrive
Long Range 2.4 GHz Spread Spectrum Secured Network
2.4 GHz secured spectrum system-no interference, no privacy leaks!
Infrared (IR) night vision with up to 15-ft visual range.
Built-in PIR motion sensor for accurate motion detection.
Built-in microphone allows you to listen in on audio transmissions.
OnGARD Walk-About™ Wireless Surveillance System Tech Specs
One 7" LCD monitor with built-in wireless video/audio receiver and built-in DVR.
Four indoor/outdoor wireless broadcast cameras (mounting hardware included).
Five AC power adapters.
Questions and Answers
My camera is pointed through a window, and during night time viewing/recording, I see a glare and/or reflections. Why?
We strongly advise against viewing a camera with infrared LEDs (used for night vision) through glass as the infrared light causes reflections.
While the supplied cameras are weather-resistant and can be installed indoors or outdoors, we strongly recommend mounting all outdoor cameras under a roofline eave and/or sheltering them from direct rain fall.
Motion-activated recording is not functioning properly through a window. Why?
A window can affect motion sensing as the temperature of the glass varies. This in turn affects the accuracy of the PIR motion sensor .Should you desire to monitor an outdoor environment, we recommend mounting the camera on the exterior of your home or business.
Can I extend the wireless range of the receiver?
Yes. There are optional antennas available for the Walk-AboutTM home security surveillance system. Please contact email@example.com for pricing and support.
What happens to the system during a power failure while in recording mode?
If a power failure occurs during recording, you may lose the most recent recording. We suggest purchasing a UBS back-up battery/ surge suppressor to help protect the equipment from a lightning surge. In addition, the surge suppressor contains a battery which will remember all of your settings prior to the lightning strike or power outage.
What is the maximum distance I can have between the camera and the receiver?
Typically 800 ft with clear line of sight or approximately 275 feet in a home or business. Walls, studs, and furniture will interfere with the range of wireless transmission. For optimal signal strength, try positioning the camera and/or monitor in a location with a clear line of sight.
What does 'line-of-sight' mean?
'Line-of-sight' means that there are no obstructions between the camera and the desired visual field interfering with the transmission of the audio/video signal. Obstructions include items such as furniture, walls, buildings, and certain electronic devices.
Why does my "wireless camera" have a power cable?
The term "wireless" refers to the absence of video and audio cables between the camera and the receiver. The camera requires a 110V AC adapter for electrical power.
What is pairing?
Pairing is an electronic handshake between digital wireless devices. Pairing allows the wireless video surveillance devices included in your Walk-AboutTM system to communicate exclusively with each other. It also helps keep the video and audio transmission private and secure.
Can digital wireless cameras be paired to more than one receiver?
Digital wireless cameras can only be paired to the monitor receiver included in the box. This prevents interception by third parties, and helps prevent other devices from picking up your system's signal.
What does the flashing power-plug icon mean?
A power failure occurred while the system was actively recording. Refer to "What happens to the unit during a power failure?" for more details.
Is the signal secure?
Yes. The type of digital wireless signal transmission used by the Walk-AboutTM home security surveillance series is known as FHSS-Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum. This type of signal is highly resistant to deliberate signal jamming, as it generates a channel hopping sequence using a sophisticated algorithm generated by the receiver system.
What type of memory cards are the OnGARD Walk-AboutTM compatible with?
The system is compatible with SD (secure digital) and SDHC (SD high capacity) memory cards, minimum Class 2.
What is the maximum capacity SD memory card supported?