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Smoke Alarm

This dummy smoke alarm is an exceptional device for private detectives and private investigators to use in covert investigations. Smoke alarms are typical functions in houses and offices so the use of this device wouldn't raise any suspicions. A private detective and private investigator can put numerous them in different places to allow them to efficiently gain all the evidence he or she requirements, simply by way of a mobile telephone.

The dummy smoke alarm camera can be known as, through a video call, making use of a 3G phone from any network along with the private detective or private investigator can listen to audio or view live footage, captured by the camera, of the circumstance below investigation. You'll find no sounds made or any flashing lights on the camera when it answers the call, so nobody would be alerted to it, which is vital to any private detective and private investigator. Recordings might be produced to a SD card to supply vital evidence for an investigation.

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