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TRENDnet Wireless N Pan, Tilt, Zoom Network Surveillance Camera with 1-Way Audio and Night Vision, TV-IP651WI (White)

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Day/Night
  • Night vision up to 7.5 meters indoors*
  • Pan 340° side-to-side and tilt 115° up-and-down
  • High speed wireless n connection
  • Program motion detection recording; recording schedules; email alerts and more with complimentary software
  • 1-Way audio
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Product Details

Style Name: Day/Night
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 8 x 10 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007FGH6Y0
  • Item model number: TV-IP651WI
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 16, 2012

Product Description

Style: Day/Night

Product Description

The Wireless N Day/Night PTZ Internet Camera; model TV- IP651WI; provides day and night security over a large area. Pan the camera side-to-side a remarkable 340 degrees and tilt up-and-down 115 degrees from any Internet connection. Record indoor video in complete darkness for distances of up to 7.5 meters. Wireless n technology provides unsurpassed wireless coverage and improved streaming video quality. Add this camera to your wireless network at the touch of a button with Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS). Record 640 x 480 pixel (VGA) video at up to 20 frames per second (fps). Manage up to 32 TRENDnet cameras with the included complimentary camera management software. Advanced features include adjustable motion detection recording areas; email alerts; scheduled recording sessions; pan/tilt Auto-Patrol; date-and-time overlays; one-Way audio; an adjustable lens; and four times digital zoom. A wall/ceiling mounting kit is included and the camera’s off white housing blends into most environments. It is not compatible with Mac.

From the Manufacturer

TRENDnet

TV-IP651WI Wireless N Day / Night PTZ Internet Camera

The Wireless N Day / Night PTZ Internet Camera, model TV-IP651WI, provides day and night security over a large area. Pan the camera side-to-side a remarkable 340 degrees and tilt up-and-down 115 degrees from any Internet connection. Record indoor video in complete darkness for distances of up to 7.5 meters. Wireless n technology provides unsurpassed wireless coverage and improved streaming video quality. Add this camera to your wireless network at the touch of a button with Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS).

Record 640 x 480 pixel (VGA) video at up to 20 frames per second (fps). Manage up to 32 TRENDnet cameras with the included complimentary camera management software. Advanced features include adjustable motion detection recording areas, email alerts, scheduled recording sessions, pan / tilt Auto-Patrol, date-and-time overlays, one-way audio, an adjustable lens, and four times digital zoom. A wall / ceiling mounting kit is included and the camera's off white housing blends into most environments.

Overview – TV-IP651WI

  • Night vision up to 7.5 meters indoors*

  • Pan 340° side-to-side and tilt 115° up-and-down

  • High speed wireless n connection

  • Program motion detection recording, recording schedules, email alerts and more with complimentary software

  • One-way audio

Video Specs:

  • 4x digital zoom
  • Supports up to 640 x 480 pixel MJPEG resolution at up to 20 frames per second
  • Minimum illumination: 0 lux

Audio Specs:

  • Built-in omni-directional microphone
  • Sensitivity: -38dB +/- 3dB (5 meters max)
  • Frequency: 100~20000Hz

Surveillance Solutions


TRENDnet SecurView Pro Internet Camera Chart

TV-IP551WTV-IP551WITV-IP651WTV-IP651WITV-IP672WTV-IP672WI
Model TV-IP551W TV-IP551WI TV-IP651W TV-IP651WI TV-IP672W TV-IP672WI
Product TitleWireless N Internet CameraWireless N Day/Night Internet CameraWireless N Day/Night PTZ Internet CameraWireless N Day/Night PTZ Internet CameraMegapixel Wireless N Day/Night PTZ Internet CameraMegapixel Wireless N Day/Night PTZ Internet Camera
Features
Software IncludedSecurView Pro
(32 cameras)
SecurView Pro
(32 cameras)
SecurView Pro
(32 cameras)
SecurView Pro
(32 cameras)
SecurView Pro
(32 cameras)
SecurView Pro
(32 cameras)
Image Sensor1/5" CMOS Sensor,
1 lux
1/5" CMOS Sensor,
0 lux
1/5" CMOS Sensor,
1 lux
1/5" CMOS Sensor,
0 lux
1/5" CMOS Sensor,
1 lux
1/5" CMOS Sensor,
0 lux
Lens4mm/F1.5,
38° view angle
4mm/F1.5,
38° view angle
4mm/F1.5,
38° view angle
4mm/F1.5,
38° view angle
4mm/F1.5,
51.8° view angle
4mm/F1.5,
51.8° view angle
CompressionMJPEGMJPEGMJPEGMJPEGH.264 / MJPEG / MPEG-4H.264 / MJPEG / MPEG-4
Resolution640 x 480 pixels640 x 480 pixels640 x 480 pixels640 x 480 pixels1280 x 800 pixels1280 x 800 pixels
Frames Per SecondQVGA: 30QVGA: 30QVGA: 30QVGA: 30WXGA: 30WXGA: 30
3GPP Support - - - -
Zoom4x Digital4x Digital4x Digital4x Digital4x Digital4x Digital
Audio Support1-way1-way1-way1-way2-way
(3rd party speakers)
2-way
(3rd party speakers)
VisionDay/low lightDay/nightDay/low lightDay/nightDay/low lightDay/night
Pan and Tilt - -
Mounting BaseHardware
included
Hardware
included
Hardware
included
Hardware
included
Hardware
included
Hardware
included

TV-IP651WI Box

Package Contents:

  • TV-IP651WI
  • CD-ROM (Utility & User's Guide)
  • Multi-Language Quick Installation Guide
  • Network cable (1.5 m / 5 ft.)
  • Power adapter (5V DC, 1A)
  • Camera mounting kit

*This camera is designed for indoor use. For outdoor surveillance applications we recommend TRENDnet outdoor cameras.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Pan & Tilt functions works as advertised.
Dave
This process involves programming BOTH the camera and your router with your new dynamic IP address and new port to make everything get through your firewall.
Historian
Do yourself a favor, buy a different brand.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By B. Schwarzenbek on December 19, 2012
Style Name: Day/Night Verified Purchase
The IP651WI is indeed a solid camera to own. It is well-built, looks nice, and records a very good picture on your computer. It is a bit bigger than I thought it would be and is a little noisy when panning the room, but all-in-all it was a good buy for my first IP camera setup.

In terms of installation, if you intend to simply view your camera from your house (i.e. your home network), then the setup is a piece of cake. You connect the camera to your computer and follow the software CD prompts. At the end, they will ask you to click a link that brings you to the web-based display. Make sure you bookmark that link and write down the IP address (i.e. number before the :6500 in the URL). You also have the option of downloading the SecurView software, but that is mainly for multiple camera setups and more advanced options.

Please note that the previous paragraph is ONLY for viewing the camera in your own network. If you try entering that same bookmark in your phone in 3G or anywhere away from your network, you won't get a live webpage. If your intention is to check in on your house when you are away, then do the following:

Find the no-ip website using a search engine. It is a .com site. Sign up for a free account (I think they call it ManagedDNS currently) and pick whatever address you want. For example, you can take your own email user name and then have a no-ip .org designation after it. Doesn't matter what you choose. Why do you need to do this? Because your cable company doesn't use a fixed IP address. It changes and unless you want to change it manually every single time they change it, then you should do this. This address, called a Dynamic DNS, will now point to your home network IP no matter whether it changes or not.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By awiggen on August 29, 2013
Style Name: Day/Night Verified Purchase
I tried MANY different types of IP cams almost all were disappointing. I am an IT guy and so the idea of configuring ip addresses (even on a variable subnet for the Foscam pos...) was not intimidating to me. That said, some of them are incredibly hard to set up or have a pretty poor image quality (again...talking about you Foscam). The TRENDnet... very easy to set up - pretty much just worked. Image quality is great once I realized that there is a manual focus ring. You can turn off the bright LEDs which is nice and it has a 'privacy button'. Also IR and color both are great quality. Two small complaints - it drops the connection from time to time and has to be re-setup and the TRENDnet phone apps...pretty bad. That said, if you are looking for an IP cam...I bought something like five trying them out....this was my favorite.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Pankaj Patel on January 2, 2013
Style Name: Day Verified Purchase
Overall camera is great but as other reviewers commented, set up can be painful and many hours wasted.
Camera would not work in wireless mode. Spent many hours with tech support. had linksys wrt120N. Set up wizard would load all data and passwords but would not work.
By out of sheer luck we selected encryption to AEP mode only instead of standard TPA/AEK on Linksys router. Then finally worked. After setting up port forwarding am able to view from iphone or adroid phone.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Historian on December 30, 2012
Style Name: Day/Night
After researching countless wireless IP cameras for home security, I decided on this one. It has a nice combination of features at a fair price. Ironically, the price of around $125 puts it into the "consumer" realm but the setup is anything but... you had better be a certified network engineer to get it connected to a mobile device outside of your home.

The hardware features on this camera are pretty good. Night mode works OK but I find it better to leave it in day mode, which is less distracted by glare and reflections if you are viewing through a window to the outside. If you are viewing a pitch black room at night, then night mode is OK. The audio is so crude that I leave it off. The image quality is OK once you realize that this isn't a 12 megapixel camera.

The software is rudimentary and the documentation that comes with it is cryptic. As one other viewer reported, you will spend HOURS trying to get this device working and may not be successful. My biggest problem was getting through my web browser security to view the video feed. The documentation does not help with these issues. I'm a serious and experienced computer user but I gave up trying to use Internet Explorer because I could not find the right ActiveX settings. At first, Firefox would not work either until I enabled the Java add-on. Unfortunately, when you do that, Firefox tells you that Java causes stability issues and leaves you wondering if you are doing the right thing. So far, I haven't had any stability issues (I'm running Firefox 17).

If you don't have WPS set up on your home router, then the setup instructions are painfully unclear about the sequence of steps needed. You will have to run an Ethernet wire (included) from the camera to your router to get it on your network.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. Walker on July 26, 2014
Style Name: Day/Night
These are great little cameras, very dependable, a couple of qualifiers: use a trendnet router to do the port forwarding, and Trendnets sofware SUCKS, i used an iphone and trendnet software DOES NOT work with iphones for real-time video viewing, i found a great little iphone app called UcamPro that WILL give you realtime video and recording, pan tilt zoom from their interface, and its only $4.99 so that is a great deal, you DO need to understand how to "port forward" thru your router, that is why i recommend the trendnet routers since they are easily the best and easiest to do port forwarding, LINKSYS port forwarding is terrible for these cameras, you will need to select a port to forward thru your router, DO NOT USE PORT 80 since a lot of ISP's DONT ALLOW PORT FORWARDING thru routers on port 80
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