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Six feet. Had to use power cord extensions on both of the cameras. If I remember correctly 5 Volts. After you set it up and remove the CAT5 cable to verify it is now wireless, you can unplug it and place it any place that is in wireless range. I used a 20 cent blue electrical handy box to stuff the reset button and… see more Six feet. Had to use power cord extensions on both of the cameras. If I remember correctly 5 Volts. After you set it up and remove the CAT5 cable to verify it is now wireless, you can unplug it and place it any place that is in wireless range. I used a 20 cent blue electrical handy box to stuff the reset button and keep it out of the weather. One camera has been in 24-7 service outdoors for 12 years, still works like new camera. see less Six feet. Had to use power cord extensions on both of the cameras. If I remember correctly 5 Volts. After you set it up and remove the CAT5 cable to verify it is now wireless, you can unplug it and place it any place that is in wireless range. I used a 20 cent blue electrical handy box to stuff the reset button and keep it out of the weather. One camera has been in 24-7 service outdoors for 12 years, still works like new camera.
By BluejayAZ on November 22, 2014
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By homealone on August 6, 2014
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It does not have any way to access video other than Ethernet or WiFi. Unless you have a smart TV with supporting apps, it won't work.
By r6ixerrr on June 28, 2014
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No, the camera has to be on the network for it to do any good at all. You would have to put it somewhere that has wifi, or where you can run an ethernet cable to it. Also, at 50m you won't be able to clearly identify anything at all, this camera isn't that clear, and at 50m would just be shapes moving around.
By Jay Edgemon on August 27, 2014
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It has a power supply which you plug in to a 110 volt outlet.
By Donald C. Ross on October 29, 2014
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Yes this camera can be monitored from the internet using port forwarding on your router setup with the IP address of your ISP. I/E 286.44.13.2:8001. You can use the Foscam IP camera monitor for free or Blue Iris monitoring application for $50.00 approximately. Included in the box is the camera, lens shield, Cat5 hookup… see more Yes this camera can be monitored from the internet using port forwarding on your router setup with the IP address of your ISP. I/E 286.44.13.2:8001. You can use the Foscam IP camera monitor for free or Blue Iris monitoring application for $50.00 approximately. Included in the box is the camera, lens shield, Cat5 hookup to set up the camera initially, mounting bracket, antenna, and ports for speaker and microphone of which you to buy a mic if you wanted to use that to talk to people that may need help getting into your house of business. I would strongly suggest you buy a mounting bracket for about $8.00 on amazon as the generic one Foscam provides is low grade aluminum and can break when you adjust your camera. I think that covers it all. The camera works really well except when IR is turned on at night sometimes you can't make out things like peoples faces when they are in range of the camera. Hope this helps you...Rick C sends see less Yes this camera can be monitored from the internet using port forwarding on your router setup with the IP address of your ISP. I/E 286.44.13.2:8001. You can use the Foscam IP camera monitor for free or Blue Iris monitoring application for $50.00 approximately. Included in the box is the camera, lens shield, Cat5 hookup to set up the camera initially, mounting bracket, antenna, and ports for speaker and microphone of which you to buy a mic if you wanted to use that to talk to people that may need help getting into your house of business. I would strongly suggest you buy a mounting bracket for about $8.00 on amazon as the generic one Foscam provides is low grade aluminum and can break when you adjust your camera. I think that covers it all. The camera works really well except when IR is turned on at night sometimes you can't make out things like peoples faces when they are in range of the camera. Hope this helps you...Rick C sends
By Rick on May 5, 2015
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It needs constant power.
By Herman Munster on June 1, 2014
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It's brand new
By VegasMicro SELLER on December 10, 2016
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The camera I got was only .11g. Don't know if they've upgraded the radios in then.
either way, you'll find better frame rates hard wired. I just turned the radio off sadly.

By Alternate-Route on July 12, 2014
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I was not able to get it to work with this big a separation. My biggest is probably about 35ft. But give it a try - you can always return it.
By David Huchital on August 13, 2013