Power bug GSM bugging device secreted inside a power extension lead.
The power bug GSM looks like a regular power socket extension, at a glance, however it hides something a little more sinister. As a fully functional mains adaptor, its hard to spot the GSM bug inside the power strip. Benefiting from the latest GSM listening technology, it delivers crystal clear audio with voice activation.
How do I use the surveillance device?
Call the GSM bug from any phone, the microphone opens, enabling you to listen to sound up to 30 feet. Sound is filtered, so it’s 100% buzz free, for perfect audio clarity. The device is powered by the mains, so you don’t need to recover the device to recharge the battery.
GSM based bugs are ideal for long term monitoring. The bug works when connected to any UK power supply 220-250V. Operation frequancy is 800/1900 MHz mobile phone network.
Put safety first use a power breaker.
It is not recommended to overload any electrical item or use this device for long periods. Using the socket in conjunction with a safety extension (Power breaker) is recommended. It would be best if you also plugged the Power bug GSM into a power source with low amplitude for added safety.
We should always be carfull with mains power, and do as much as we can for safety, just in case.
If you are unsure, please consult an approved technician or electrician for safety advice. The product is built and sealed moldings to set the electronic components firmly into the power base.
But with all power based products we recommend using a standard power breaker, just to be extra safe. Power breakers can be purchased from any good electrical store, and are not expensive.
Once the power bug is plugged in, you enjoy unlimited audio surveillance. You also control the bugging devices voice activation feature by sending a text message to turn it on or off.
- GSM power strip.
- Sim card (pre installed).
- Operating instructions.
- UK power specification & plug.
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