The dark corners and dim areas around our homes can seem scary, especially when it comes to the safety of your loved ones. That’s why we’re excited to introduce the new Logitech® Alert™ 750n Indoor Master System and the Logitech® Alert™ 700n Indoor Add-On Camera – a complete video security system with wide-angle night-vision that lets you see up to 50 feet indoors in complete darkness.
The Logitech Alert 750n Indoor Master System lets you rest at ease whether at home or away thanks to the wide-angle night-vision, powerful PC software and free remote viewing account. What’s more, the Logitech Alert 700n Indoor Add-On Camera is easy to add to your existing Logitech Alert Master system, expanding your monitoring into other rooms or places.
The wide angle lens helps you see up to twice as much viewing area when compared to standard cameras, even in complete darkness. And thanks to motion-triggered recording, if there is movement on your property, automatic alerts let you know about it instantly, sending notifications to your email address and mobile phone, keeping you informed even when you’re away.
Installation for both the master system and the add-on camera is easy, and there’s no need to run wires or bother with network configuration. Simply plug your camera into a wall power outlet, and HomePlug® networking uses your electrical wiring and outlets to connect your camera to the network and transmit video securely.
What do you think you’d catch with a night-vision camera in your home?
I ordered this on 5/8 on your website and when my order was completed I saw that it was for the non night vision version. When I called in to question what happened your sales team told me they do not sell an indoor camera with night vision and the website has an error.(guess they did not get the memo). I now have a camera in transit that was under as night vision but is not. Can someone contact me to fix this.
Hi Troy, thanks for getting in touch with us here and on Facebook. We’re looking into your order and will be in touch via email shortly. Thank you for your patience.
If you install this using a suction cup, will the cup be blocking the infrared LED? I had to give up on using the 700e on a window inside because of the LED glare, and will this new 700n be ok from the glare if mounted on a window using a suction cup? Looks like the LED is way above the lens, so it will be OK. So two questions before pre-order: (1) will it work at night mounted on a window? (2) will the suction cup block the LED?
Very good question! The 700e shouldn’t have a problem working with the set-up that you’re thinking about.
Let us know how your set-up goes!
Are there PoE versions for these cameras? If yes, there product ID
Hi Dick. Here is the link: http://bit.ly/KzfHsa.
I’ve just ordered the Logitech HD WebcamC510. What do you think about it’s use on SKYPE? Will it run smooth or freeze all the time? I Hate That, murder!!
Thanks your question. Have you visited our forum and searched for the terms “Logitech HD WebCam C510” and “Skype”? It’s a great place to see what others have thought about the product. Here is a link to a post to help you with your Skype video calls: http://forums.logitech.com/t5/Video-Chat-Applications-Non/HD-video-calls-and-Skype/m-p/499836
I have MAC. Filtering enabled on my network. How do i obtain a MAC. Address for camera’s network adaptor?
Here is a link to support for the Alert 700n Indoor Add-On Camera: http://www.logitech.com/en-us/support/video-security-systems/alert-700n-add-on-camera
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Great, we’re glad it helped!