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The Scout1100 Digital Wireless Outdoor Video Pet Monitor by Motorola is designed to help keep a close eye on your pets while they are outdoors. It's expandable up to 4 outdoor cameras giving you optimal opportunity to make sure your pet always stays within boundary. This video monitor also showcases a 3.5" full color LCD screen, has remote pan, tilt, and zoom functionality, and infrared night vision for keeping an eye on things in very low light levels. Easily monitor everything that matters with the Scout1100.
2.4GHz FHSS Technology Wireless Technology - The 2.4GHz FHSS technology offers a more reliable wireless connection over previous cordless technologies. That means better range and less chance of missing something important happening outside due to a weak or dropped signal.
Color LCD Screen with Infrared Night Vision - A full-color 3.5" LCD display shows real-time video, so you can keep informed of what's happening outside. Infrared night vision means you can stay in touch with what's going on outside in the dark.
Pan, Tilt, and Zoom - Control the Scout1100 camera remotely to pan, tilt, and zoom the video image as needed.
Up to 590ft Range with "Out-of-Range" Alert - The superior wireless range of the Scout1100 lets you keep connected to the action outside up to 590 feet away. An alarm sounds when you're getting out of range of the transmitting unit, so you'll never have to wonder if you're close enough to hear what's going on.