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Wansview Outdoor Waterproof Wifi Wireless/wired Ip Camera with Night Vision, Motion Detection Alarm, FTP and E-mail alarm,with base/bracket

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  • add-on 9-24pcs IP cameras to the same one PC
  • for wireless set-up up to 10-15m, for night vision up to 30 meters
  • Alarming record by email, FTP server
  • BWi-Fi compliant with wireless standards IEEE 802.11b/g and supports both WEP & WPA WPA2
  • can be viewed remotely using smartphone software (not included)
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Product Description

Its outlook is smart, easy and convenient to install in many sites.
Features:
-The video is compressed by M-JPEG.
-VGA/QVGA /QQVGA resolutions optional .
-Built-in web server, support video view and parameter settings by browser.
-standard IR lens, support night vision distance up to 30m.
-Support 802.11b/g protocol, can build up wireless monitoring.
-Supports UPNP, port forwarding automatically on the router.
-It uses metal shell,more suitable for engineering application.
-Provide IP66 waterproof grade,more suitable for outdoors application.
-Provide 485 interface,connect with external 485 Pan/Tilt.
-Motion detection and alarm pin can be connected to external sensors to detect environmental situation.
-Alarming record by email, FTP server.
-Support three level of user authority.
-Support upgrading online.
-Manufacturer Device ID, DDNS at the bottom of each IP Camera.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0047CKAN4
  • Item model number: NC543W
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 15, 2010

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Customer Reviews

2.7 out of 5 stars

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Wolf I. Butler on May 30, 2012
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Update 7/26/12:
All of these cameras seem to have the same "flashing" problem. It isn't clear if it is the "IR Cut" filter or some other problem. They also might as well be black-and-white given how terrible the color is. If something happened and video from this camera needed to be submitted to authorities- it would be next to impossible to actually identify anyone in it.

The "flashing" problem seems to occur at a particular light level (much too bright for the "IR Cut" filter if it is working normally), so at least twice a day (or more often in changing weather conditions) the cameras brightness rapidly changes between light and dark for 30 minutes or more. This triggers both the camera's internal "motion detector", as well as the motion detection algorithms in security DVR software like Blue Iris or iSpy. In other words- your mailbox, FTP server, or DVR will fill up with completely useless images, very quickly.

Technical support via email says a "Factory Reset" will fix the problem. Not only doesn't it fix the problem- but you then have to set everything up again from scratch, which is a problem if you are using them via WiFi in a not-easily-accessible location.

Also- mounting these cameras outdoors means you pretty much have to cut and splice the 5v power cord, and use a lot of tape or an outdoor box to keep the connectors in. They come with a short cable and a set of connectors that you would have to drill a 1.5" hole in the wall to route inside. The power supply is only indoor rated, and is too big to put in an "In-Use" covered GFCI box. Of course- you can't return them without the factory-provided power supply...

Update 6/12/12:
I dropped my rating to two stars.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By J. Canfield on January 25, 2011
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This cam is a Wansview NC543W.

UPDATE: 2.26.2014

Amazingly the cam is still sort of working, it's been in temperatures from the 10 degree range to maybe 100 degrees. Recently I've noticed now I can't view a picture with Internet Explorer (ActiveX mode) but it still will stream a picture in Mode 2 view (all other browsers.) Another issue is the motion alarm only works intermittently. I have an old Toshiba pan/tilt cam that would lose time due to NTP not keeping the internal clock synchronized and I could always bring it back to full functionality (for a little while anyway) by reflashing the firmware.

So off I go trying to find some updated firmware for this cam, well guess what - there isn't any available. Wansview has firmware available on-line for their NCM line of cams but that's it, apparently there is ZERO effort going into any cameras except the NCM models. Thank you for abandoning me - I will be certain to return the favor.

I now have about a dozen IP cameras of various makes, models and price ranges running around the place and after years of IP cam experience, believe me when I say you ARE NOT GOING TO BUY A DECENT CAM FOR UNDER $100, actually if you want a good camera, you need to get into the $200-250 range. Now if you can move up to the $350 range, you have lots of good choices out there. I've bought several TriVision NC-336PW cams - great build quality, full 1080p and power over ethernet (POE).

UPDATE: 2.12.2013

Cam is still functional :) What I thought was wonky color balance is I believe due to no IR cut filter, the IR emitters are always on which screws up the color balance.

UPDATE: 3/15/2012

The cam still works! Yea! The color balance is still awful. Boo!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By W. Stubbs on July 11, 2011
Review Update of 7/25/11

A NEW (replacement) Wansview NC543/W outdoor wireless IP camera arrived today! The seller honored their (3-year) warranty by returning a New camera, not a refurbished unit! Based on this experience, I highly recomment the (Chicago) seller and Wansview camreas! The other two cameras are still working Great on my wireless network!

Review Update of 7/23/11

I was just notified that the seller was sending me a new camera to replace the defective camera. If that's true, I'm impressed! I'll post a final review when it arrives.
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Review Update on Wansview Warranty Problem

Perhaps I was too hasty in my first review, so I have changed it. I finally received a RMA & address to return the camera, which was returned on 7/13/2011. I'll post another update when the camera is returned.
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This review is about a Wansview NC543W warranty problem.

I purchased three of these cameras in a popular auction Website in Nov.- Dec. 2010. They have worked very well since installation (only about 6 - 7 months), until recently when one camera just "died". It has no power and you cannot communicate with the camera via a CAT5E cable nor wirelessly. Additionally, the camera does not show up with the "IP Camera Tool" that looks for any camera on the LAN, even when it's plugged directly into the router.

The problem I have is not so much with the camera, although I'm beginning to be concerned with the quality of Wansview products. My biggest concern and problem is with the Chicago, IL seller - in trying to get warranty repair/replacement/RMA shipping instructions.
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