Model # PSD3

Internet #203404523

XEPA 600 Lumen Outdoor White Solar Powered LED Light and 4 Channel Digital Wireless DVR With 1x320 TVL Camera, 2 GB SD Card

Discontinued XEPA

600 Lumen Outdoor White Solar Powered LED Light and 4 Channel Digital Wireless DVR With 1x320 TVL Camera, 2 GB SD Card

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Product Overview

This Solar Powered LED Security Camera Light and Wireless DVR - is the most cost-effective way to illuminate and protect your home, business, and recreational areas. With its easy setup and lightweight design, this light conforms to most of your lighting needs and is especially useful where an electrical outlet is not accessible. This solar security camera light converts sunlight to electricity, so lighting is available wherever and whenever you desire. Because there are both a photocell and a motion sensor, the light illuminates at night only when motion is detected, then automatically resets, conserving battery power. The security camera looks like a floodlight, but it contains a convert camera with DVR function as well. Mount this solar powered LED security camera light where it can keep an eye on things, and then connect the video receiver to a video monitor and you are finished with the installation. There is even a 2.4 GHz digital wireless transmission DVR built into the receiver, complete with a 2GB SD card to record events and store photos without any interference. The receiver has a built in quad screen system which allow you connect up to 3 more camera to monitor your entire property. This features two 5 Watt super bright LEDs (equal to 60Watt incandescent bulb), and lamp housings are made of cast aluminum to act as heat sinks for the LEDs, to assure durability and ensure maximum brightness.

  • Solar-powered, easy installation, no wiring needed, no electricity bill
  • 2 x 5 watt super bright LEDs (equal to 60Watt incandescent bulb)
  • 2.4 GHz digital wireless transmission-enables DVR to receive pictures and sound without any drops or interference
  • 2GB SD card enables storage of videos and photos detects motion at a distance of up to 50 ft.
  • Expandable up to 4 cameras and view up to 4 cameras at a time or in sequence
  • Manual, Auto, Video and Photo recording options
  • Time and date stamped recordings for easy retrieval
  • Auto illumination from dusk to dawn
  • Rechargeable battery: 7.4-volt/2200Mah lithium-ion battery
  • Included microphones allow you to listen in while you monitor and recording
  • Color temperature: 6000K to 7000K
  • Two lamp heads for dual direction illumination

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can you relay pictures or video to a cell phone or ipad?

How do I access the SD card?Is there a way to connect pictures or video to my smart cell or view on iPad or email?
Asked by: ionlydyemyroots
It works well just the solar panel is easy to get broken if not located in a secure place.
Answered by: JamesB
Date published: 2016-05-17

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Can additional cameras be added to the system?
Asked by: Paul
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Customer Reviews

600 Lumen Outdoor White Solar Powered LED Light and 4 Channel Digital Wireless DVR With 1x320 TVL Camera, 2 GB SD Card is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 25.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good but needs consideration in positioning After a neighbor's house was vandalized, I started investigating security cameras for my property. I started out looking at IP webcams, which require wired power and a PC running if you want to record video. When I saw the PSD3, I thought it was the perfect answer since it was wireless and came with its own DVR video recording device. The outdoor unit is smaller than I expected, and can be easily mounted on any flat surface with two screws that it slips over. The build quality is very good - I'm especial enamored of the 2-axis articulated arms the lights are mounted on. You get high flexibility as to where the lights are pointed and they lock securely, unlike some units I've used that have flimsy ball-joints. As a solar-powered security light, I rate the unit highly. The two lights are very bright and have a good coverage angle. Motion detection worked out to 35'. There's a caveat here. Initially the motion detector only worked to 15', which was inadequate for my application. After calling technical support, I was told that the motion sensor is most sensitive below the angle it's pointing at. The recommendation was that the motion sensor head be aimed as high as possible unless the unit was mounted more than 12' above the ground. I had it mounted at 8' with the head aimed down for the camera view. Raising the head fully increased the detection range from 15' to 35'. The light on time when triggered is spec'd at a minute but mine was more like 45 seconds. There's no adjustment for how long the light stays on. As to to Xepatech technical support - I called twice. Wait times were short to none, and the representative was polite and helpful. The manual mentions a mounting template, but there was none in my box. This wasn't a big deal since there's nothing tricky about where the screws go. Security Camera: You use the menus on the DVR to link the camera to the DVR. I initially couldn't tell which yes/no menu item was selected and picked the wrong one. Tip - the item with the black background is the selected item. I tried testing the camera with it near the DVR with the DVR in "monitor" mode. The TV screen would say "no signal", which I thought meant it wasn't linked to the DVR. What it really means is that the camera isn't transmitting. In order to save power, the camera only transmits for 10 seconds when the motion detector is tripped. If you're monitoring the camera, you only see video for those 10 seconds and then the screen goes back to saying "no signal". Fortunately there is an optional alert tone when then camera is triggered to tell you to look up at the monitor. I think it would be better if, when monitoring, the TV showed the last frame and time of the the transmission instead of saying "no signal". In that case you could tell at a glance if it had triggered and whether you needed to go review the video recording. The DVR records audio as well as video - a plus. The video resolution is fair - I've attached a screen shot to this review. There are two issues with the camera that are concerning to me. First is that the angle of view of the camera is only 55 degrees, while the motion sensor covers 160 degrees. It's easy to trip the motion sensor and end up with no video of what tripped it. Second is the need to point the sensor head parallel to the ground even when the unit is mounted as high as 12'. Since the camera is built into the sensor head and has a narrow field of view, it's difficult to get the view of the camera to agree with where you want motion detected. It would have been nicer if the camera could be aimed separately from the motion sensor. When monitoring the camera, it shows a signal strength meter on the screen. At 75', my signal strength was 4 out of 5 bars. I did have to move the unit due to radio interference from a nearby 2.4GHz transmitter that caused the camera to lose communication with the DVR after about an hour. The DVR arranges recordings by hour. You can toggle through the recordings within an hour with the left/right buttons, but if you want to move to the next hour you have to navigate up to the hours menu and down to the next hour. Each recording is a megabyte, so the 2GB SD card that came with the DVR will hold about 2000 recordings. There's an option to overwrite old recordings if the memory card fills up. Videos are recorded in the popular mp4 format and look better on my PC than on the TV screen to the DVR.
Date published: 2012-10-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 24 Hour Color Camera, Wireless Install, Expandable Nice set of features for a home or small business security system. The outdoor unit mounts with two screws for the light/camera and four screws for the solar panel. You'll have 15 feet of cord to find a sunny spot for the panel if the camera is installed in shade. The light itself is surprisingly bright. Easily the brightness of two 60 watt bulbs and very white in color. I was taken back by the lights being able to shine on the entire deck, being LED and solar powered, you'd think they were plugged in when they come on. You can adjust the lights in any direction you wish, independent of each other. The camera captures color still pictures or video and sound, you can select the mode on the DVR menu. Pictures are clear and not fuzzy, you can make out faces pretty well. Like the lights, you can aim the camera in any direction you wish,independent of the lights. The camera works 24-7, not just when the lights come on. It will detect motion and record during the day as well as the night. DVR operation is simple and straightforward. Even without the manual the menu is intuitive and easy to use. It times dates all the videos and saves them in daily folders. Each 10 second video will use 1MB of disk space, so with the included 2GB card you'll be able to save over 1900 videos. You can set up the DVR to dump the oldest videos once it is full and save the new ones. You may also install higher capacity cards and store years of videos if you wish. I had a slight issue with the included SD card, I had to take it out of the DVR a few times before it was recognized. I have not had any issues since that first time. I have had zero issues getting a signal between the light and the DVR. They always connected right away no matter where I Iocated the light. I will be adding at least one more camera soon, and the DVR can handle four cameras at once and store videos for each camera.
Date published: 2012-10-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very useful product This product exceeded my expectations in some ways because it had not only a solar-powered camera and light, but it also transmitted audio to my TV as well. I did have some difficulty synchronizing the camera with the DVR unit, but a call to tech support resolved the issue quickly. The only design issue I have is the mounting method - it slides on two screws you install in a wall. The unit could be easily removed. Instead, I mounted the unit on a board and then drilled the board to use two 1.5 inch U bolts to mount it high up on a pipe over a basketball pole, giving it greater range as well (see picture). So, adding a U bolt attachment method would be a good improvement in my opinion.
Date published: 2013-02-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not for me Although the product worked, I had to return it for a couple of reasons. 1. The camera was zoomed too much for my use. It should have a wide angle lens. I mounted it on the 2nd floor aimed at our driveway and the camera was showing a closeup of the ground which was no good. 2. The video worked but if you have movement all the time, it will drain the battery quickly. Once I had it mounted, the video kept recording and by the time the evening came, it didn't have enough power to turn the lights on. I made sure that the unit was charged for a few days before mounting it. I think if it had a wide angle lens and a motion sensitivity adjustment, I would have figured out a way to keep it.
Date published: 2013-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GREAT PRODUCT AND GREAT INNOVATION This is the first solar LED light with wireless camera and DVR I have ever seen. Amazing, the light is very bright and sensor works wonderfully well. Unbelievable, wireless camera can be powered by solar. I bought one light with DVR and another add on one. It's really a great product since nothing needs wiring. I put one at front door and another one behind my shed in backyard, where is an area away from the house that would have been extremely difficult to pull wires to. All I did was just locate the light and camera at where I need, installation is easy for anyone but remember to make sure DVR can get best signal before install it. Good job Homedepot!
Date published: 2012-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy Installation! I'm buying an additional set of lights/camera! Very easily installed... The product arrived one afternoon, and within 90 minutes it was installed and running (that includes the time for me to debate whether it was warm enough to go outside). Pictures come in clear. I have recorded a few surprises already. It's been installed for a month and the 2GB SD card is only 10% used. It would be nice if the wireless transmitter could have routed to my home wireless network (e.g., to a USB-based receiver rather than to a unit connected to my television). Given how well this works and how easy it was to install, I will be buying at least one additional set of lights and camera for the other side of our house. The next question is whether I would recommend this product; I have recommended to neighbors, friends, and siblings.
Date published: 2013-02-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from It Worked for 3 Days Then Quit The light and camera worked great for three days. Then on the fourth day, it quit and nothing I do can get it going again, even though I worked my way through all the troubleshooting suggestions. I called the customer service line several times during the hours the manual said it was open. All I got was voicemail. I left a message but got no return phone call. Very disappointing, especially after it worked so well for the first three days.
Date published: 2013-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bright light with added security of a camera Works very well. Led lights surprisingly bright for battery/solar powered. I needed a light to illuminate the door of an unattached garage. The added security of the camera was a bonus. It will video or take still shots just in case someone tries to break in. It records flawlessly to the included sd card recorder that is in my house about 100 feet away.
Date published: 2013-04-04
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