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TENVIS Wireless IP Pan/Tilt/ Night Vision Internet Surveillance Camera Built-in Microphone With Phone remote monitoring support(White)

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  • Pantilt Vertical 270?, Horizonal 90?.
  • 12 Meters Night Vision.
  • 9 Channels in the same time. Free 36 Channels Client Software.WIFI/RJ45 Wired Both.
  • Network Interface: RJ-45 (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)</br> Supporting Protoco ls: TCP/UDP/IP/ARP/ICMP/DHCP/DNS/HTTP/FTP/SMTP/NTP/PPPOE
  • Web Browsers: IE 6.0 or above version, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome ,etc
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Technical Details

  • night-vision
  • Wireless

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 4.7 x 6.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • ASIN: B006O6ADIS
  • Item model number: JP T3815W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (231 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #615 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 25, 2011

Product Description

FEATURES  Pan tilt Vertical 270°, Horizonal 90°  12 Meters Night Vision  9 Channels in the same time  Free 36 Channels Client Software  WIFI/Wired Both  Speak and Hear--2 way Audio  Motion Detection Image sensor:1/4 Color CMOS Lens:3.6MM Infrared LED:10 PCS ř5 Night vision Distance:8M AWS/AGC/AES/ exposure:Auto Min. Illumine:0.1Lux Audio:2- way audio Input:Built-in Microphone Output:Built-in Speaker Image format:PAL/NTSC Compression:MJPEG Max. frame rate:25 fps Resolution:640×480(VGA), 320×240(QVGA) PT Angle:Horizontal 270°; Vertical 90° Level Speed:0 - 16 °/s Vertical Speed:0 - 16 °/s Wi-fi:IEEE 802.11b/g Network Interface:RJ-45 (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) Supporting Protocols: TCP/UDP/IP/ARP/ICMP/DHCP/DNS/HTTP/FTP /SMTP/NTP/PPPOE/UPNP/DDNS Motion detection: One configurable zone Alarm events: • Notification via email, FTP • Video recording to local storage Periodic sending : Send pictures to Email/FTP within the Provided time User Authentication: Authentication: user/password; administrator/operator/general user Web Browsers: IE 6.0 or above version, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome ,etc Mobile View: Support Nokia, Android, Windows mobile phone, Iphone and other smart mobile phones Power: DC 5V 2A Power Consumption: 4W/6W (Infrared off/on) Operating Temperature: -10 to+55 °C Storage Temperature: -20 to+60 °C Operating Humidity : 20- 80%RH Storage Humidity: 20- 95%RH Package Dimension:215mm x135mm x185mm(L xW xH) Gross Weight:600g( accessories included) Warranty:Limited 1-year warranty

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The quality of image is very good.
Ketan Kuruwa
I love that both we can use both our phones, ipad and computers to see the image from this camera.
Heather T.
Now when I go away from town, I can keep a close watch on my home.
Rogerdh

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Rich P on January 17, 2013
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It comes with IP camera Wizard software on a CD, which was very easy to use. Even those who don't know networking should be able to get the camera working on their home network.

But here's the first caveat. The initial set up DOES require a hard wired ethernet connection to do. If you don't have that you have a problem.

Next caveat - after you get it talking to your network immediately do the software and firmware upgrades (if available for your model). It's make for a much better experience.

The night vision works VERY well for a dark room. The web page that pulls up when you access the camera is easy to use. With 10 seconds of instruction my wife was accessing the camera, moving it around, etc.And the image is impressively clear.

Now for some shortcomings. First - the power cord is only 3-4 feet long. The short cord limits where you can place or mount the camera. Ideally the camera should be up a little higher than eye level. But unless your are going to install a custom electric outlet that's tough to do. Of course you do have an option to splice the power cord or use and extension cord - not real good options aesthetically for going up a wall..

Shortcoming #2 - I had wanted to put it in a window looking out for security. Works fine during the day. But the lens is encircled with LED's that it uses for night vision. When placed to look out the window these LED's reflect off the glass and make seeing anything outside impossible. And since it is not weather proof just leaving it outside is not an option. I don't know if it would have the same problem of reflection in a weatherproof enclosure. And putting it outside one would have to deal with issues of power and the short power cord.

Next caveat.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By cadblu on July 11, 2012
Having experience in IP Cams, this camera did not disappoint. Setup was a breeze using the supplied mini CD. Once the network finds the camera, the wireless feature is activated using the wifi setup screen, and setting up port forwarding on the network router. The camera is used indoors to keep an eye on pets. Pan and tilt with audio works great. I use with both google chrome and Internet Explorer. Video quality on par with Foscam equivalents. For a fraction of the price of the Foscams, I highly recommend this Tenvis model.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Marcos Garcia on October 16, 2012
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I purchased this product with the purpose of monitor my baby in his new room. The camera has a great price and features. The quality of image is very good. These are the cons for this camera for the purpose I'm using it:
The camera reset itself frequently with the on line tool and loses the point you were looking at and the audio.
If I go to sleep and the the camera resets itself, I lose the baby view and the audio because every time you start the camera, the audio needs to be turned on.
I found an alternative solution to stream with VLC and it does not reset as much (once every two weeks) and the audio is on all the time which is vital for my inetented purpose because when you are sleeping, what is warning you if something is wrong is the audio. But still the audio has delay and after a few hours becomes intermittent.

I have the camera in a wireless mode. I will try to connect it with LAN to see if it will improve.

***Update***

Using VLC and a LAN instead of wireless, the camera does not reset the position and the delay of the audio is only 2 or 3 seconds but I can live with it. Much better performance and serve the purpose. I have not checked for upgrades in the softwares or in the online tool.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By R. Vernon on May 29, 2013
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OK. So, it's probably obvious at this point that the camera's are all clones. If you've scanned Amazon for IP camera, you've probably seen a dozen of these same cameras under different names. So, this review applies to all of them. I'm not singling out {insert Chinese clone hardware retailer here}.

Firstly, the IR filters have been removed to give the sensors night vision capabilities. This causes weird color shifting. The sensors being used are very low resolution and low grade. Also, the on board micro-controller dishing out the Wi-Fi, video/audio compression, motion control, etc is very under powered for all its tasks. In other words, all corners have been cut. That's to be expected for this price point.

Second, SINCE these all are the same hardware, the differentiation is the software support. Again, not much difference. I will say that the main difference APPEARS to be one of two things: audio support and mobile device application support. For instance, I downloaded the Android Foscam IP video viewer and it worked with the Tenvis clone. Tenvis claims to have two way audio support. This is a misnomer. It REALLY only works with a highly specialized IE plugin. Running Win 7 x64 with IE 9 and 10, I have yet to get it to work. So, forget audio.

Finally: performance for the actual task. OK, if you are INSIDE your home network using a browser like Chrome on a fast PC, the video and pan/tilt support is very responsive. Deceptively so. It's only when you go outside the firewall do you see how incredibly laggy the camera is. It's almost unbearable. I think I'll ultimately install GotoMyPC on my Android tablet and remote in to view the video on Chrome ON my internal PC. A lot of work to get decent video.
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