Weatherproof, night-vision video security. Set it up yourself, count on it when you need it.
Want to Build Your Own System?
We’ll walk you through four easy steps to help you configure your own Logitech Alert™ Security System—and make sure you have everything you need.
A complete video security system in a box.
The Logitech Alert 750e Outdoor Master System comes with everything you need to help protect what’s important to you: a smart, weatherproof camera with wide-angle night vision, powerful Windows and Mac software and a free remote viewing account.
Weatherproof with 100 ft. night vision.
With high power night vision illumination and a weatherproof design you can easily recognize people and objects at greater distances- day or night, rain or shine.
security camera IR illuminators match the Field of View (FOV) of the camera lens.
To help you identify people and objects more clearly in the dark, Logitech Alert includes the high-quality night vision technology—from the world leader in LED lights, Osram AG. Osram night vision technology is used by the world’s top automobile brands, including BMW, Mercedes, Audi and Volkswagen
Most Infrared illuminators used in security cameras are “off-the-shelf” parts whose selection criteria are based more on economics than performance.
that manifests itself in the center of the camera’s image. The spotlight makes the image appear to be very bright near the center and as you travel to the outer bounds of the cameras field of view, the image becomes noticeably darker making it harder to identify objects. To ensure that you get the full benefit of our 130-degree wide-angle lens, Logitech Alert cameras use Infrared illuminators that have been specially chosen to match the FOV of the camera lens.
No new wires. No hassles.
In addition to High Definition video, mobile alerts and many other features,
every Logitech Alert system includes HomePlug powerline — the key ingredient
providing easy installation, reliable data transmission, and wired network
fidelity. HomePlug achieves this by leveraging the existing electrical wiring run
throughout your home to network the cameras to your computer and beyond
— minimizing the long cable runs or complex network configuration that come
with most other so-called do-it-yourself solutions.