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TRENDnet ProView Wireless Advanced Pan/Tilt/Zoom Internet Surveillance Camera TV-IP400W


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  • View streaming video and record from any Internet connection
  • No need for Ethernet connection, transmits video over a secure encrypted wireless signal
  • Enjoy an expansive viewing field with remote pan and tilt controls
  • Program motion detection recording, email alerts and more with free software
  • Supports 4x digital zoom for close-up images
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Product Details

Style Name: wireless
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 8.4 x 5.5 inches ; 2.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000COC7T6
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  • Item model number: TV-IP400W
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 22, 2003

Product Description

Style: wireless

From the Manufacturer

The Pan/Tilt IP Camera is a full-featured surveillance system that provides high quality video over a wireless network connection. Built-in CPU and Web Server allow the camera to function as a standalone device, allowing users to access the camera anywhere in the world by using a Web browser. Users can also move the camera remotely in almost any direction, scanning sensitive locations for unauthorized intrusion. The IP Camera comes with a CMOS sensor to deliver clear and crisp images, and its powerful IPView software gives users enhanced security options to archive streaming video straight to a computer´s hard drive. IP View software can also monitor multiple cameras on a single screen, enable motion detection to trigger automatic recording, and send email alert notification.

Additional Features

  • Wi-Fi Compliant with IEEE 802.11b/g Devices on 2.4 GHz ISM Frequency Band
  • Wireless Supports Infrastructure and Ad-Hoc Modes
  • Wireless Supports WEP 64/128-bit Encryption (ASCII & HEX)
  • Built-in Pan & Tilt Control for More Flexible Monitoring
  • Supports 4x Digital Zoom for Close Up Images
  • Supports Internet Explorer and Java applet for IE and Netscape Navigator
  • Allows for Remote Access from Web Browser for Live Image Viewing
  • Supports TCP/IP networking, SMTP e-mail, HTTP and other Internet related protocols
  • Supports in a mixed Operating System Environment such as Windows and Macintosh
  • Supports Web Configuration with Password Protection
  • Powerful Windows IPView Application Software for multiple cameras monitoring, image capturing, and video recording (Windows 98/ME/2000/XP)
  • Broad Range of Applications for Monitoring Homes, Offices, Banks, Hospitals, and a Variety of Private and Public Monitoring
  • 3-year limited warranty
How It Works

Product Description

The Pan/Tilt IP Camera is a full-featured surveillance system that provides high quality video over a wireless network connection. Built-in CPU and Web Server allow the camera to function as a standalone device, allowing users to access the camera anywhere in the world by using a Web browser. Users can also move the camera remotely in almost any direction, scanning sensitive locations for unauthorized intrusion. The IP Camera comes with a CMOS sensor to deliver clear and crisp images, and its powerful IPView software gives users enhanced security options to archive streaming video straight to a computers hard drive. IP View software can also monitor multiple cameras on a single screen, enable motion detection to trigger automatic recording, and send email alert notification.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The tech was very difficult to understand.
Rob Prindle
I finally got someone who told me that someone would call me back, and I never heard from them.
L. Kline
One clarification: I am not a geek, but I am not technologically dumb either.
A. Dent

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Bluegrass Buff on January 21, 2008
Style Name: wireless Verified Purchase
A decent remote ip camera for home applications. Setup was easy, although I have set up similar products before. Shipped camera did not work properly in Firefox, although after I downloaded the upgraded firmware the issue was addressed. Focus is not great in low-light situations, but acceptable. I would recommend for the casual home user, but would suggest a more expensive version for business applications.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By JAH1JAH1 on October 21, 2008
Style Name: wireless Verified Purchase
I bought this camera for the pan/tilt feature, but I found out that it does not work with well with Vista. I also thought the video would be as good as the TV-IP110W fixed wireless camera, but it is not. I am an IT guy and I have used several cameras and this is one of the worst I have ever used. I do wish Trendnet would get their act together and make a pan/tilt wireless with a high quality video sensor. Their other products are much better than this one. Buyer BEWARE....
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Zebart on August 21, 2008
Style Name: wireless
I bought one for my house 1 1/2 years ago so I could see my cat when I was out on business, then I bought another one 4 months ago to monitor the back entry and traffic area. I haven't had problems with them and setup was relatively simple, after following the instructions.

I am a very detailed person and compared feature to feature, this product to similar D-Link and Linksys models. TRENDnet beats them on features and the price is 1/2 of that of D-Link.

You can pan and tilt the camera when you are out on business and it sends me email alerts when motion dection is triggered.

I wish they had this deal 4 month's ago!!!!!!

This is an amazing price...
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Haley on October 10, 2007
Style Name: wired
I purchased this camera to use at my cabin. I have trouble keeping a computer with a conventional webcam alive when I'm not there, so this was a great solution since it plugs straight into the router and functions without a computer. I find the picture quality to be good as long as there is adequate lighting. Actually, you can see quite a bit even in low light. I haven't been able to figure out how to put the video feed onto a separate web page, otherwise I would give the camera five stars. Programming the router for remote access via your ISP is not all that easy, but it can be done with a little understanding of IP addressing and networks. The camera has an amazing pan and tilt range!
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By George Robertson on September 29, 2007
Style Name: wireless Verified Purchase
Works as advertised, but the Java plugin is mysterious. I can't get it to work in Java mode on my Vista based PC, but it does on XP. None of my Macs can do it over the web. Active X in Explorer works fine. A bit pickier than the stationary trendnets.

Camera works great, easy setup, worth the price. Just be aware you're not going to view live motion with anything by Windows Explorer and Active X.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. LeBlanc on January 11, 2008
Style Name: wireless
Short story: Would be great IF it worked and was reliable.

Had a little difficulty in the beginning because the picture would not show, and the camera controls worked sparatically, even directly connected. Then, suddenly one day just before returning it, I had a picture and could control the camera from my home PC. Again, a few days later, I had problems controlling the movements from the internet, some times it would work, most times not, even directly conneted. Then Exactly 1 month after purchase, I could not recieve the video from any computer or connection.

Also, the manual was pretty good. But, it would be much better if they explained more on how to set up the camera's more complicated internet settings (FTP and SMTP). Most people do not have a clue.

When it worked, and for the price. The picture quality was very decent, fairing better in low-light situations than most web cams I have used. Kinda washed out in bright light, or reflected light situations. Also, movement control worked pretty decently.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Curt J. Carlson on May 25, 2008
Style Name: wireless
Setup was simple and straigtforward. Everything just works. Some wireless knowledge is required.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By V. Miner on April 3, 2010
Style Name: wireless Verified Purchase
I bought this model camera a few years ago, and have just bought another. I'm not an IT person, but with the help of the Users Guide, and a very helpful tech support person, it's working well. The camera comes with a Quick Start Guide, but there is additional documentation available from the Trendnet web site - the Users Guide, FAQs and one on remote web access, all as pdf docs. It's worth taking the time to read everything and understand the steps to get it working. Even if you don't understand the ins and outs of network configuration, you can get it going by just carefully following their instructions. The difficult part is making the camera visible via the Internet, because there is a lot of variability in how each local network connects to the Internet.
With the older camera, I could view the video with Safari, but could not control pan and tilt. Worked OK using ActiveX with IE (running in XP as a virtual machine on my Mac). But the preset position settings did not work at all. That's when I emailed Trendnet tech support, who recommended a firmware upgrade (to version 3.36). That process was trickier than the original setup, but I got it done. The user interface looks quite different from the older version (version 3.17). But the really good news is that I can now control the camera from both Windows IE and Mac's Safari, including configuring and using preset positions.
I can't view the video on my iphone, as it requires java. However, I did find an app called Cam Viewer that works. I don't see video in real time, but as a series of still images with a user-settable refresh rate. Good enough to accomplish what I wanted.
I was impressed with the Trendnet tech support - I got a prompt response to my email, the person was knowledgeable, and stuck with me through several questions until I got it all working.
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