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HCO Outdoor Products Wireless IR Digital Scouting Camera has been discontinued by HCO Outdoor Products and is no longer available. Our product experts have helped us select these available replacements below. You can also explore other items in the Trail Cameras category yourself to try and find the perfect replacement for you!

HCO Outdoor Products Wireless IR Digital Scouting Camera Product Info

HCO Outdoor Products Wireless IR Scouting Digital Camera is great for performing surveillance in the hunting field and being able to send photos anywhere inimage the world. All that is needed is a SIM card activation which supports MMS/SMS/E-Mail via GSM Network with wireless carriers such as AT&T or T-Mobile. The HCO Oudoor Products Scouting Camera is lightweight scent free and will save you time and money with no travel expense of going to camera for picture retrieval. The HCO Scouting Camera has an SD card capacity which allows you to use your device in areas with no cell coverage and be able to retrieve images while in the field. The HCO Outdoor Products UM562 Scouting Camera lets you share pictures with your friends, and it is possible to set it to send the images to multiple phones or emails. A perfect trail camera for hunting groups and clubs available from HCO Outdoor Products.

Please note: The UM562 must be programmed to your wireless providers protocol prior to use.

Specifications for HCO Outdoor Wireless IR Digital Scouting Camera:

Image Sensor: 5MP Color CMOS sensor
Maximum Resolution: 3264x2448
Lens: F=3.0mm/FOV(Field of View)=52 degrees
IR-Flash: 20-40Ft
Display: Built-in 2.0" Color Display
User Interface: Built-in Display/PC Software
Sound Recording: Yes
Image Stamp: Date/Time/Temperature/Moon phase
Non-wireless Operation: Yes
Internal Memory: N/A
Media: GSM Cellular Network(MMS or Email) & SD-card from 8MB to 16GB
Picture Resolution: 8MP = 3264x2448, 5MP = 2560x1920, 3MP = 2048x1536
Video Resolution: 640x480(Default, 16FPS)& 320x240(20FPS)
PIR Lens: Multi Zone
PIR sensitivity: Adjustable(High/Normal/Low)
Illumination: 40 High-Output IR Emitters
Operation: Day/Night(24hours)
Trigger Time: 1.2s
Delay: 1s C 60m Programmable
Capture Mode: 1~3 Programmable
Video Length: 1-60s Programmable
Power Supply: 4, 8 or 12 AA 6V DC
Power Consumption: 600 videos interval=5min,video length=10s, >800 MMS(use 12*AA batteries)
Low Battery: Alert LED Indicator
Ports & Jacks: SIM Card Slot, USB Jack / SD Card Slot, 6V DC Jack / Antenna Port
Mounting: Strap
Dimensions: Heights
Weight: Approximate 12 oz Without Battery
Operation Temperature: -4F to 140F
Storage Temperature: -22F to 158F
Operation Humidity: 5% - 90%
Security Authentication: FCC CE RoHS

Features of HCO UM562 GSM Wireless Infrared Digital Scouting Camera

  • 5 Mega Pixels CMOS sensor, high quality picture
  • Transmit pictures via cellular network(message or email)
  • Text or call notification via cellular network
  • Easy setup with user-friendly interface
  • Compact size
  • Quick trigger time(1.2s)
  • Build-in color display for camera setting and picture view
  • Sound recording
  • Support up to 16G SD card
  • 40 High-Output IR LEDs
  • Password protection
  • Ultra low stand-by power consumption (<0.2Ah/month), extreme durable and convenient with AA batteries(>80days)
  • Lockable with mounting strap
  • Temperature and moon phase stamp on the images
  • External battery jack works with 6V external power including solar panel

Package Content

  • HCO Outdoor Products GSM Wireless Infrared Scouting Camera UM562

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HCO Outdoor Products Wireless IR Digital Scouting Camera UM562, MPN: UM562, UPC: 091037063083, Code: FD-TC-UM562

HCO Outdoor Products Wireless IR Digital Scouting Camera Comments

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Helpful Negative Review A lot to go wrong by Legacy Reviewer, June 30, 2013
Continually having issues with camera. Will stop sending pics for no apparent reason. Need to have easy access to camera to continually fix. Pros: Getting pics from afar, good concept Cons: A lot to go wrong
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