This Gsm listening device bug has an exceptional battery life, which allows you to leave the device in place for a long period of time. Under close examination it looks like a smoke alarm. However, there is a powerful hidden listening device. As the device is hidden inside the housing, it would not be noticed.
Simply insert SIM card and call number to start listening. Features include sound activated auto call back. The microphone is fully open to hear every sound over a large area. The signal reception is strong and reliable.
The latest, advanced GSM audio module requires a sim card for wireless audio monitoring. Therefore, you can dial the device up from anywhere in the world using the normal GSM mobile network.
The GSM module is powered by 2x 3.7v 5000mA lithium batteries. It lasts up to a month on standby or up to 50 hours in use, depending on reception and use. The battery takes up to 24 hours to fully recharge. To recharge lithium battery, simply connect USB lead provided with the charger.
At a Glance:
GSM Frequency Compatibility: 900MHz, 1800MHz, 1900MHz
Primary Function: GSM Two-Way Audio Spy Device
Power supply: 2A charger included
Battery capacity: Built in 5000mAh Rechargeable Li-on Battery
Battery standby time: up to a month
GSM bug monitoring time: up to 50 hours of use
Microphone Range: 10 Meter Radius
Dimensions: 40mm x 30mm x 10mm
Estimated times are depending on reception in the area of use & listening/recording time.
To use the features on this product you will require a compatible GSM sim card once you have tested ok put some credit on the sim to ensure that the network keeps it active.
It's always best to stick with a network that you know has a decent reception in the area that the product is being used, we normally recommend Vodafone, Virgin or EE in the UK as these have good network coverage. Device works with most GSM networks across the world.
O2 & the 3 Network sim cards will NOT work with listening devices as they are mainly 3g sim cards.
Warning: This product should not be used for any illegal purposes; you may be subject to prosecution under applicable laws.
It is illegal to make recordings (audio/visual) of any person(s) without their prior knowledge and/or consent.