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Energizer 1080P Smart Wi-Fi Indoor Wired Security Camera (Black or White)

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Walmart has Energizer 1080P Smart Wi-Fi Indoor Wired Security Camera (Black or White) for $16.88. Shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (free trial) or on $35+ orders.

Thanks to Community Member FeistySoda4913 for posting this deal.

Available:
  • Black (EIX1-1004-BLK) $16.88
  • White (EIX1-1004-WHT) $16.88
Key Features:
  • 1080P Full HD Resolution
  • Remote Access: Download the Energizer Connect App to your phone, view your existing recordings or see the live feed anytime, anywhere. Available from Google Play or the App Store
  • Instant Motion Alerts sent to your connected devices
  • Activity Zone Selection: Using the app, highlight which area in your camera's view you want to receive motion alerts about
  • Cloud Storage/Micro-SD Card: Your recordings can be saved to a 128GB Micro-SD Card or uploaded to the Cloud. Get a free 30-day trial of Cloud storage with every purchase. (Micro-SD Card not included)
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Found a new Energizer App-controlled Smart Camera for only $16.88 at Walmart. Seems like a great deal. Lowest price I've seen on an indoor camera.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Energi.../705589285
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cho9736 asked this question on 06-23-2022 at 12:55 PM
06-23-2022 at 12:55 PM
yes, but this cam is probably bad at night or low light
johnnybegoode asked this question on 06-23-2022 at 11:12 AM
07-03-2022 at 12:04 AM
No, it does not
janalove asked this question on 06-23-2022 at 12:16 PM
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"Get a free 30-day trial of Cloud storage with every purchase."
No thank you. I will wait to see if there are any deals for the Eufy indoor cam on prime day.
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Like all low priced wifi cams, this one doesn't support 5ghz networks, thus these are subject to deauth attacks. I'm not saying such attacks would be common, but it's still something worth noting.

https://www.reddit.com/r/EufyCam/...t_support/
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Would this perhaps work with ispy connect?
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This arrived today. Package says 1080p. Manual is at Energizerconnect.com (use model EIX1-1003).
In this case the Energizer name has been licensed by "JEM connected IoT", an importer in New Jersey.

The cam connects by reading a QR code displayed on a phone running their EnergizerConnect app. Presumably this tells the cam how to connect to your local wifi.

However the actual manufacturer is Hangzhou Meari Technology. The FCC ID is:
2ag7c-mn2-f1
for "Mini 2-F1 IP Camera" dated 01/25/2022

main processor:
Fullhan FH8626v100 2mp 1080p @ 15fps H.264 with 64mb internal memory.

According to the manufacturers manual, the camera works with the Smart Life app.
Manufacturer's manual is here:
https://fccid.io/2AG7C-MINI2-F1/U...al-5653557

SO: it should be possible to use this cam with the popular SmartLife app used by other manufacturers.
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What!? Energizer camera??!!
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Quote from kyungjpark :
Unfortunately, not available error when checking out
Thanks for posting though! Didn't even know Energizer made cameras
They don't. They simply put their brand on cheap generic Chinese made products. If you go to another country, you'll see the identical camera under a different brand. Energizer will, however, provide support and warranty service for the product. This is not a slam against Energizer, but it's just the way things are done.
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This arrived today. Package says 1080p. Manual is at Energizerconnect.com (use model EIX1-1003).
In this case the Energizer name has been licensed by "JEM connected IoT", an importer in New Jersey.

The cam connects by reading a QR code displayed on a phone running their EnergizerConnect app. Presumably this tells the cam how to connect to your local wifi.

However the actual manufacturer is Hangzhou Meari Technology. The FCC ID is:
2ag7c-mn2-f1
for "Mini 2-F1 IP Camera" dated 01/25/2022

main processor:
Fullhan FH8626v100 2mp 1080p @ 15fps H.264 with 64mb internal memory.

According to the manufacturers manual, the camera works with the Smart Life app.
Manufacturer's manual is here:
https://fccid.io/2AG7C-MINI2-F1/U...al-5653557

SO: it should be possible to use this cam with the popular SmartLife app used by other manufacturers.
Thanks for the info. So I can monitor the camera on my phone for free without using their Cloud service?
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In for one because Walmart has a great refund policy. The thing that sold me was the 2 way sound. Our present camera allows me to listen in but can't broadcast my voice. This camera allows me to talk to the subject in the camera, which can be handy for deliveries. Or scaring away intruders.
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Quote from zerweck :
This arrived today. Package says 1080p. Manual is at Energizerconnect.com (use model EIX1-1003).
In this case the Energizer name has been licensed by "JEM connected IoT", an importer in New Jersey.

The cam connects by reading a QR code displayed on a phone running their EnergizerConnect app. Presumably this tells the cam how to connect to your local wifi.

However the actual manufacturer is Hangzhou Meari Technology. The FCC ID is:
2ag7c-mn2-f1
for "Mini 2-F1 IP Camera" dated 01/25/2022

main processor:
Fullhan FH8626v100 2mp 1080p @ 15fps H.264 with 64mb internal memory.

According to the manufacturers manual, the camera works with the Smart Life app.
Manufacturer's manual is here:
https://fccid.io/2AG7C-MINI2-F1/U...al-5653557

SO: it should be possible to use this cam with the popular SmartLife app used by other manufacturers.
Thanks for the FCC info. I'm also a fccio.io nut myself but couldn't find FCC registrations for the camera under JEM Connected IoT (FCC grantee code 2AXOH) or Jem Accessories Xtreme Cables (their older/other name, code 2AHAS). Turns out it was registered to the manufacturer (Hangzhou Meari) as you discovered.

The sensor size is tiny at 1/4" so the quality, light sensitivity and viewing angle will mostly likely be worse than Wyze/Eufy/Kasa cameras (most have 1/3" or bigger sensors).
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Quote from SkillfulPiranha7944 :
Thanks for the info. So I can monitor the camera on my phone for free without using their Cloud service?
Can you use the smart life and view the cameras through local networks? If so, then we would just need to block internet access for that device so it doesn't allow connectivity back to energizer or China? Tia!
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Don't use SmartLie app all your data will go to the Chinese government.
Quote from FatFaluz :
Thanks for the FCC info. I'm also a fccio.io nut myself but couldn't find FCC registrations for the camera under JEM Connected IoT (FCC grantee code 2AXOH) or Jem Accessories Xtreme Cables (their older/other name, code 2AHAS). Turns out it was registered to the manufacturer (Hangzhou Meari) as you discovered.

The sensor size is tiny at 1/4" so the quality, light sensitivity and viewing angle will mostly likely be worse than Wyze/Eufy/Kasa cameras (most have 1/3" or bigger sensors).
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Quote from coachclass :
All these people putting up cloud-connected INDOOR cameras...even if you're not putting it in sensitive areas of the house, it's still really creepy
I setup my Wyze cams for home and away. When I'm home they are turned off.

PS- your phone and computer etc have cameras too
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Quote from OrangePollution5297 :
I setup my Wyze cams for home and away. When I'm home they are turned off.

PS- your phone and computer etc have cameras too
The number of times people mention "your phone also has a camera" as if it justifies the creepiness of having a cloud-connected camera indoors. If your phone is accessing the camera when it shouldn't, there's both more oversight over that and easier to detect. These cameras inherently stream footage to the cloud to do the thing that they do. You have no idea if it's good or bad or who is looking at the footage. Especially true when the backend of a lot of these are some Chinese company with no accountability.
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How is the night vision on this thing?
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