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The staff at Wildlife Monitoring acknowledges the Eora people who are the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work. We pay respect to the Elders past and present of the Eora nation and extend that respect to other Aboriginal people present in this place.

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Wildlife Monitoring is Australia's oldest dedicated trail camera specialist!

Get in touch today and let us help you with your trail camera needs.

Security Box - all steel


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The all-steel security box contains a prominent opening at the front for exposing the main camera features. These include the infra-red flash LED array, the passive infrared (PIR) motion sensor and the camera lens.

The box consists of two separate parts. A cable-tie can be seen at the bottom, threaded through the lock-hole. You will need to cut this cable tie after receiving your security box in order to open it up.


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The security box is a little larger than the camera. Even so, the total package (camera plus box) weighs less than some trail camera models which use D cell batteries - but with the added bonus of the security box.

The side of the box contains a hole to allow the Python security cable to be threaded through. The front cover has 2 plates that run down the sides of the camera and the Python cable threads through these too, securing the front cover to the box.

The bottom of the box contains one hole to allow access to the 6V DC input jack, and a second hole to allow rainwater to drain from the box.


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The front cover slides up in order to remove it.


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The security box front cover has been removed.


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The camera is placed in the security box.


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The cover slides back on.


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And the camera is now in the security box.

A lock may be attached through the hole at the bottom of the security box in order to prevent unauthorised opening of the box.

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