2.5 Inch LCD 2MP CMOS Digital Peephole Viewer

2.5 Inch LCD 2MP CMOS Digital Peephole Viewer

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What you are viewing is a 2.5 Inch LCD 2MP CMOS Digital Peephole Viewer, to get everything behind the door, this CMOS digital peephole viewer is a must have for you!The CMOS digital peephole viewer features 2.0 megapixels, captures HD pictures for you! With 150 degrees peephole view angle, nothing can escape your eyesight! Made of high quality material, the CMOS digital peephole viewer is durable and reliable for long time use! Adopts advanced technology, the CMOS digital peephole viewer provides great performance!Best choice for you, do not miss the CMOS digital peephole viewer, you will get more than you paid! : General Hot Sale: Door Viewer Peephole Camera Specifications: Primary Function: Peephole Viewer Sensor: 2.0 megapixels CMOS LCD Screen: 2.5 inch TFT LCD Door Thickness Demand: Flexibly adjustable for 35-57mm Power Source: 2 x AA battery (good for approx. 1700 peeps) Dimension: 146 x 90 x 30mm/5.7 x 3.5 x 1.2in(L x W x H) View Angle: Optical Lens: 54 degrees Peephole: 150 degrees Features: 2.0 megapixels CMOS lens 2.5 inch TFT-LCD 150 degrees peephole view angle Easy installation Safe, fashionable, convenient Details: 2.0 megapixels CMOS lens, the CMOS digital peephole viewer provides HD pictures for you The CMOS digital peephole viewer is with a 2.5 inch TFT-LCD display 150 degrees peephole view angle, the CMOS digital peephole viewer captures everything behind the door The CMOS digital peephole viewer is easy to install with the screw How to install: How to Choose a Home Intercom System? 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You wouldn't want to spend money on a technician Make sure the system comes with multi-option installation brackets for mounting into a wall or for desktop use Package Included: 1 x Digital Peephole Viewer 1 x Peep Hole 1 x Base Flange 1 x Tightening Tool 1 x Screw 1 x User Manual - English