Cuddelink L-Series Starter Kit

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Cuddelink L-Series Starter Kit


Each Contain a LLC-H Home Unit and 2 remotes. LL-2A for the IR or LL-3A for the Black Flash.

These cameras can be used with or without a Cell Plan. You can put up to 23 cameras on one system on a single property.

Choose CuddeLink if you deploy a lot of cameras on a single property, or if your property has limited LTE service. CuddeLink cameras automatically build a private wireless network used to send images to a central unit we call Cell Home or a Home Camera. Deploy up to 23 CuddeLink cameras which will use this network to send images to Cell Home , which then uses LTE to deliver them to you. So instead of paying for multiple cell plans, you only pay for one.

CuddeLink eliminates escalating cell fees. Most hunters use multiple trail cameras. But using multiple cell trail cameras can quickly add up to exorbitant fees. With CuddeLink you only pay 1 cell fee, yet you get images from up to 23 trail cameras. Here’s how it works.

CuddeLink Cell Home: (item LLC-H) *(If you choose to do Cellular). This is the heart of the CuddeLink system that collects images and delivers them via LTE. You only need one of these. CuddeLink Cameras. You can deploy up to 23 cameras on a single CuddeLink network. Choose from these models:
Link IR: (item LL-2A) CuddeLink Infrared camera. Low glow LEDs for long range and excellent image quality.
Link Black Flash: (item LL-3A) CuddeLink Black Flash camera. No glow LEDs are totally


  • Detector Sensitivity Adjustment
  • 3rd Generation Animal Sensors
  • Full User Interface
  • Patented Prime Time Time-Lapse
  • CuddeLink Network Enabled
  • Camera Delays 5 Seconds to 1 Hour
  • Uses Any Full Size SD Card
  • Patented Auto camera delay
  • D Battery Power (not included)
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