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LiveWatch ADC-V720W Wireless Outdoor IP Bullet Camera w Infrared

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  • Works perfectly with a Simon XT or Simon XTi and can be programmed to record video when a door or window is opened or closed when the camera is connected to a home security system with award-winning LiveWatch alarm monitoring. No DVR required!
  • HD 720P live and recorded video are available through web-enabled computers, cell phone web browsers and via our free downloadable apps compatible with all enabled mobile devices.
  • This camera has been designed to see at a distance of over 39 feet in the dark while still delivering true daytime colors thanks to the mechanical IR cut filter.
  • Wireless set-up is a breeze with push button wireless set-up using the WPS button.
  • Wireless cameras make it very easy to install, relocate and use with LiveWatch alarm monitoring. The service component of the camera that comes with LiveWatch alarm monitoring makes the camera superior to anything you can purchase from Home Security Store, SimpliSafe or any other home security dealer.
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B009YK2H5S
  • Item model number: ADCV721W
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,012 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 29, 2012

Product Description

The Wireless Outdoor IP Bullet Camera w Infrared is LiveWatch's new wireless outdoor IP night vision camera. Designed specifically to work with the LiveWatch Interactive Service with video, it provides a professional surveillance solution.

HD 720P live and recorded video are available through web-enabled computers, cell phone web browsers and via our free downloadable apps compatible with all enabled mobile devices. This camera has been designed to see at a distance of over 39 feet in the dark while still delivering true daytime colors thanks to the mechanical IR cut filter. Plus, wireless set-up is a breeze with push button wireless set-up using the WPS button.

You may also need:

A spare Ethernet cable, if the setup PC is not already connected to the network and cannot be connected wirelessly.

The network router's login and password, if Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) is disabled at the router.

NOTE: For commercial facilities, make sure an IT staff member is available to assist as needed during the camera setup.

Specifications:

Live resolution options: 1280x800, 640x400, 320x200, 176x144

Recording resolution options: 1280x800, 640x400, 320x200

Live quality: High, medium and low compression options

Recording quality: High and medium compression options

Image sensor: 1/4" CMOS, 1280x800

Iris: Fixed Iris, F1.8

Field of view: 77° (horizontal) 54° (vertical)

Low-light sensitivity: 0 lux with IR on

IR LED illumination: 12 meters

Ethernet connection: 10/100 Mbps RJ-45

Wireless encryption: WEP, WPA or WPA2

Wi-Fi 802.11 Support: b/g/n

Password authentication: "Digest" authentication

Simultaneous viewers: 10

Privacy Button: No

Operation temperature: ~4° ~ 122° F (-20°C ~ +50°C)

Operating humidity: 0% ~ 90% RH

Max power consumption: 12V DC, 5.1W

Dimensions (LxD): L:194mm, ø:66mm

Weight: 28.6 Oz

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The cameras do technically work over Wi-fi but to get them working is nothing short of a major effort.
duskb
Only 5 Frames Per Second recording, bad graphics and really bad alert triggers, not to mention that night vision is really good for 10' at most.
Henry
There is a newer model, though if it's anything like this camera, it would be to your advantage to look at it with a skeptical eye.
Casiotone

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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By duskb on November 10, 2013
I purchased this camera bundled with a Safemart security system and have found what was a huge expense turn into a massive headache. The camera can work and the resolution is ok, and they are configurable via alarm.com's website, but depending on the light and how much motion the camera is picking up (i.e. wind, shadows, trees, birds, etc), you'll end up having to turn off the motion detection feature anyways because you'll get too many false alarms. With alarm.com false alarms = a big bill at the end of the month for bandwidth. The night vision does work but you can't see much detail.

One of the major marketing points of this camera is how easy it is to install. NOTHING COULD BE FURTHER FROM THE TRUTH. First off, because the advertised PoE does not come with a simple solution, your alternatives are to hire an electrician to get your 120V near where you want the camera or you do what I did and cut the cabling and run a hardwire extension using whatever wire and connectors you can get. (Since this camera uses a DC wall wart that is not intended for permanent outside use you probably don't want it hanging around outside anyways so you'll have to bury it somewhere in your attic.)

Once you do get the camera installed you'll learn the same lesson I did. It's not disclosed in the literature but you have to connect the camera to your router prior to installation.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Henry on December 4, 2012
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The camera looks solid and it connected very easily but it has the worst picture ever.... Its like comparing a Nintendo DS to an ATARI. Only 5 Frames Per Second recording, bad graphics and really bad alert triggers, not to mention that night vision is really good for 10' at most. Not worth $300.00
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By kmichel on June 17, 2013
This camera sounds expensive at first, but for the features it is a reasonably priced camera compared to others. Shop around and you can find prices in the mid-200 range. I bought this to replace a motion sensing still camera for keeping an eye on our porch, and it does a great job if configured correctly.

Images: It supports multiple resolutions, so you need to set it up correctly for your needs. It has 1280x800, 640x480, and 320x240 for live and recorded video (and 176x144 for live).

Dimensions: (D x W x H) 27.94 x 88.9 (mm), 5.9 x 2.3 x 2.3 (in)
Weight: 22.2oz (629.36g)
Operating Environment: -4° to 122°F (-20° to 50°C)
Field of view is 56° x 42° (Horizontal x Vertical)
Low-light sensitivity: 0lux at F1.8 (IR LED on) at 30 feet
Image Adjustments: Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Sharpness, Exposure
Video Motion Detection has 3 Windows, Adjustable sensitivity and threshold
Digital Input Trigger, and a 10/100Mbps RJ-45 Ethernet connection
5 Simultaneous viewers
Supports power over Ethernet (with an injector) or uses the included 120v adapter

The frames per second can be configured up to 5FPS, as it is a progressive scan image sensor. This is more than sufficient for security purposes as someone cannot run past it fast enough to avoid it. Keep in mind this is not a live motion camera for recording sporting events and such - it is a security camera. The night vision is reasonable up to about 25-30 feet away. It is easy to configure if you have WPS on your router, otherwise you have to manually configure the camera. I found I had to open the ports to the camera on my firewall to fully communicate with it. Your monitoring station tech support can help with this if you can't do it yourself.
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