The Resideo PROOUTMV is a battery-powered, wireless outdoor motion detector with a built-in video camera is intended for use with ProSeries Control Panels. The Outdoor MotionViewer is powered by three C123A lithium batteries that provide up to 4 years of battery life (typical use). The detector can be mounted directly on a wall or with an optional PROOUTMV-MB mounting bracket (sold separately).
This weather-resistant outdoor security device enhances the effectiveness of home security systems by providing visual verification of motion events, offering remote access capabilities, and seamlessly integrating with other components of the ProSeries security solutions.? When the motion sensor is activated, the camera instantly takes either a still photo or a 10-second video clip, depending on its settings and transmit that to the control panel and the user's Total Connect 2.0 account over WiFi only.
No wiring or remote power required. Fully portable battery powered camera allows for flexibility in selecting locations
Provides video stream and live video viewing functionality
The module features an advance triggering algorithm to minimize the possibility of false alarm activations
Pet Immunity up to 80 lbs when installed at recommended heights and set to low sensitivity
AES Encrypted Wireless technology provides optimum signal integrity and security
CMOS camera sensor with a wide angle 90° lens (horizontal field of view)
Night vision (up to 16 feet, 5 meters) with one white LED
Fresnel lens motion detection: Large coverage area of 40; x 56' (12m x 17m), and 90° detection pattern
Camera sends color video
Captures images in little or no light
Saves time and reduces service calls
Completely wireless, with easy to replace batteries
Transmits a periodic check-in / status signal to the ProSeries panel
Helps expedite alarm verification and response
Captures video for transmission to Total Connect and the ProSeries panel for end-user verification purposes
The detector can be mounted directly on a wall or with the PROOUTMV-MB mounting bracket (available separately). All programming and RF testing should be done while the detector is in its intended mounting location to ensure good communication between the Control Panel and the detector. After enrolling, verify adequate signal strength by conducting a sensor test with the device installed in its intended mounting location. Adjust the device mounting location and orientation as necessary to achieve maximum signal strength.
Use proper tools and hardware
Mount the camera at heights per the "PIR Field of View and Mounting Height Considerations".
Do not mount too close or aim at an air conditioner or other heat source.
Do not aim the detector at moving objects such as automobile traffic or outdoor fans.
Do not paint or cover the detection or camera lens.
Do not aim the detector directly at a close wall (within 16 ft/5 m) to minimize any excessive light reflections and enhance the camera viewing area.