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Mikeinnc The camera lens is 14mm diameter (or 0.55 inch if you use old fashioned measurements......). That's without the plastic lens cover which I assume you wouldn't use in a peep-hole.

2020-10-15 09:07:21 Pomocny (0)
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Q: what do they call the wire strip connected to the camera

zapytał BG101249473 na 2020-09-25 04:15:52

Mikeinnc I'd call it the ' flexible camera bus cable'.

2020-09-27 08:36:10 Pomocny (0)
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Mikeinnc Just check the 'Features' section of the Banggood page for this camera. It will answer ALL your questions! (But FYI, yes, it works with RPi4; it is a 5megapixel camera and it will work in the dark with infrared illumination. In 'normal' light, the colours will be 'wrong' as it is a NOIR camera.)

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Mikeinnc There is no tamper switch mounted on the PCB, although it appears there are mounting PTH holes to mount one. The holes are in a 'square' formation - 5mm between hole centres. I would think 'GeekcreitMini Micro Momentary Tactile Touch Switch Push Button DIP P4 Normally Open' (ID: 917570 ) would probably fit, although may need to adapt for the hole in the back cover?

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Q: Does it work with a shutter roller?

zapytał Emanuel Frish na 2020-06-01 06:52:57

Mikeinnc It's basically an on-off switch controlled over wifi. My guess is that it will operate anything that requires an on-off process. So, yes, fundamentally it would open and close a door via a motor turning on and off. BUT - and it is a BIG BUT - I believe you would need a good understanding of electronics to be able to interface it to the door mechanism and associated up-down limit switches. Hope that helps?

2020-06-01 11:53:00 Pomocny (0)
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Mikeinnc Your question seems illogical. This IS a wireless wall switch - it is designed to work in conjunction with a normal on-off light switch; installed in the wall box that supports the normal switch, and uses wifi transmissions via your home wireless network to allow it to be operated (and programmed) remotely. When flashed with the readily available 'Tasmota' software, it becomes an excellent, fully functional local OR remote device. Hope that helps?

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