Laview 1080p home security camera system, 8 channel NVR recorder with 2TB hard drive, 6 bullet 1080p waterproof IP66 security system cameras, indoor/outdoor surveillance system with 100ft night vision
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- 【Day/Night HD Clarity】 The camera’s HD 1080P image resolution creates the perfect footage for reviewing any type of surveillance activity. It’s IR night vision paired with the cameras HD sensors allow you to capture detailed footage up to 100ft in the dark.
- 【Mobile Alerts/Notification】 Receive instant mobile alerts when visitors approach any of your surveillance cameras. Their advanced motion sensors notify you whenever nearby motion is detected. Enjoy the ability of customizing the exact areas you’d want triggered if motion were detected. If a visitor approaches your home, you’ll instantly receive a notification.
- 【Mobile/Remote View】 Our complementary mobile application “LaView connect”, grants you the ability to review live or recorded footage via your mobile device. The application ensures you’ll be able to check in on your home 24/7.
- 【Simplified Installation】 The security systems plug-and-play navigation guarantees the ease of configuration. Simply plug in your cameras to your security system and they’ll automatically pair and configure with each other.
- 【Warranty/Support】 Equipped with a 2 Year warranty and life time technical support, LaView Security guarantees unlimited support for its customers.
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|1080P Wi-Fi System||1080P Security System||4MP Security System||8MP Security System||LaView One PT|
|Connection Type||Wifi 2.4 GHz /Ethernet||Ethernet POE||Ethernet POE||Ethernet POE||Wifi 2.4 GHz /Ethernet|
|Audio||Built-in Microphone||N/A||N/A||N/A||Two Way Audio|
|Weatherproof||IP67 (-22°F ~ 140°)||IP67 (-22°F ~ 140°)||IP66 (-22°F ~ 140°)||IP67 (-22°F ~ 140°)||Indoor (-22°F ~ 140°)|
|Storage Included||1TB||2TB||4TB||4TB||Not Included|
|Cloud Storage||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||30 Day Free Trial|
|Night Vision||100ft Complete Darkness||100ft Complete Darkness||100ft Complete Darkness||100ft Complete Darkness||33ft Complete Darkness|
|Smart Features||Automatic Pairing/ Adjustable Motion Sensors/Smart Search/Scheduled Recording||Adjustable Motion Detection/Smart Search/Scheduled Recording||Adjustable Motion Detection/Smart Search/Scheduled Recording||Adjustable Motion Detection/Smart Search/Scheduled Recording/Smart Line Detection||Pan-and-tilt 360 control/360 Tap Navigation/Motion Tracking/Adjustable Motion Detection|
The cameras plug and play feature enables the user to instantly configure their camera to their security system.
Simply plug in your cameras to the system and watch them instantly pair with each other.
Motion Detection & Smart Search
Our user-friendly systems are packed with useful features! You can crop areas and select times for motion-triggered recording,
when a situation arises, Smart Search helps you go straight to the footage needed!
Being able to see what goes on when you’re away is essential, we think it should be easy! Simply download our free LaView Net App
onto your phone, laptop, or tablet and scan the barcode on your NVR to access remote viewing
1080P Bullet Camera Specs
*Image Sensor: 1/2.8"
*Feild of View: 79°
*Standard: ONVIF ISAPI
*Recording Resolution: 1920 × 1080p
*Operating Temperature (F): -22~140
*Weatherproof Rating: IP66 Indoor / Outdoor
*Night Vision Range: 100ft
8CH IP PoE NVR Specifications
*Remote View App: LaView Connect
*Video Compression: H.264
*HDMI Output: 1920 × 1080P /60Hz
*SATA: 2 SATA Interfaces-Capacity: up to 6TB each disk
*Recording at up to 6MP Resolution
*Dimensions: 17.5 ”x 11.4 ”x 1.8”
1 x 8 Channel HDMI Full HD IP NVR
1 x Pre-Installed 2TB Hard Drive
6 x Full HD 1080P Bullet Indoor/Outdoor Cameras
6 x 100ft Cat5 Cables
1 x Mouse
1 x User Manual
1 x 2 Year Warranty Card
Legal DisclaimerThis Model Does not include hard drive and must be purchased sepperate
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Installation: the toughest part of installing this system is running the Ethernet cables. That has nothing to do with this particular system - it's just something you have to endure when installing ANY camera system like this (wireless systems don't compare). In my particular house, I was able to find a location in my attic where I could drop all lines down to a cabinet where the NVR would live. Then, in my attic, I was able to run the Ethernet cables to all of the various locations relatively easily (soffits, garage ceiling, living room ceiling, etc). The most difficult run is one that goes to the outside of the house and needs to hang from a soffit. I determined the best solution there is to (a) drill the 1" hole from the outside in the soffit itself (mine is aluminum), (b) from the outside of the house, take a fishing pole and push it through the hole and angle it parallel to the roof of the house and push it in as far as possible, c) go up in the attic and route the Ethernet to that location - NOTE: this can be extremely difficult depending on the pitch of your roof (d) tape the Ethernet to the end of the fishing pole and then (e) go back outside and gently pull the fishing pole out. I then mounted a 2x4" to the underside of the soffit (see photo) and painted it the color of the house. I've read reviews elsewhere where they say you can't just mount it to the aluminum because strong winds will suck the camera up through the soffit as the house breathes during a storm.
Setup: Once you have the NVR powered on, plugging in a camera was extremely easy. The cameras are powered from the Ethernet cable so there's only the one cable to run. Once you plug it in, it takes about 40 seconds for it to register in the NVR and it'll automatically show up as a new camera. You then can go in and set various options like camera name, position of the date/time on the screen, how you want it to record (constant or on motion only), etc. As I said previously, there are options for just about anything you can imagine needing to do, it's just unfortunate that they're not documented anywhere for you. TIP: one thing I found out was there are even more settings that you can control on each individual camera that are not accessible via the NVR. You have to plug in a laptop or computer into one of the free ports on the NVR and set the network settings on your laptop to be on the same subnet as the NVR and cameras. Once you've set that up, then you can just enter the IP address of a camera into your laptop's web browser and login to the camera itself directly using the UID/PWD (default is admin/12345). In there, you can control all sorts of things like the camera's exposure, contrast, white balance, etc. Once again, this isn't documented anywhere but extremely handy (and almost required in my case) to resolve issues.
Video Quality: The daytime quality of FANTASTIC. Sharp, clear picture. At first, the night time video was pretty poor. I contacted support and we worked through several attempts at correcting it. It turned out that I had to take the steps mentioned above under "Setup" to remote into each camera and adjust several settings until my night time picture was much better. As I said above, this was a must for my situation - you may find the same in your case.
Remote Viewing: The iPhone and iPad apps are AWESOME! I've found that this is the best way to view what's going on around your house - way better than the NVR or web interface itself. I did take the time to setup the dynamic dns because my ISP changes my public IP address periodically. Once again, no instructions are provided for this, but I did get what I needed from Laview's support via email.
Support: because of the limited documentation (none), I've found myself needing to contact Laview's tech support quite a few times. I must say, they have been great to work with. Very responsive (they are west coast). They even called me via the phone without me asking - they wanted to make sure I got my issue resolved.
Price: I purchased this on Amazon. NOTE: I highly-recommend you watch the price over a period of time. I purchased the unit for $999. Since then, I've seen it go up to $1499 for most of the time, however recently, it's been all the way down to $750.
Overall: This is a fantastic security/surveillance system. I highly-recommend it if you are patient and don't mind putting a little effort/work into getting things completely setup the way you want. I wouldn't say that this system is for the non-techie user. As I said, it did require a fair bit of work and tweaking on my part to get it to work the way I wanted. Then again, I can assure you that it will provide basic functionality by unboxing and plugging in the cameras and going.
This is a no brainer easy setup. As long as your camera cables are terminated correctly, all cameras auto install themselves. Please give each camera 30sec-1min to auto configure, after you plug it in. The quality of these 4mp cameras is unbelievable. The picture is true HD quality.
The inside cameras, comes with a security tool that is needed to open them. You will need to do this to mount the inside cameras.
Also I suggest having a charged drill with a 1' paddle drill bit. You need a little hole/room to push the rj45 coupler connection back into the ceiling.
My preplaned ms viso drawing was to place the nvr in a closet and extend a hdmi cable to the living room tv on hdmi input #2. Not knowing if the 75' extension would work or if i had the include 2' wired mouse plugged and could see it on the tv(50' away), I brought my computer monitor and plugged it direct with a 4' hdmi cable. Before I left that morning for the install, I had a quick great idea. Why not take my wireless Logitech mouse and see if it would work or reach 50' to the living room tv. I was amazed, I plugged the small wireless mouse usb sender in the front and it worked perfect. I will say that I did setup everything on my computer monitor and ran the 75' hdmi cable last.
I did get a good deal on amazon and bought a 75' amplified hdmi cable for $45. It came in good quality, and have a 6" inline metal amp built into the cord about 20' in on one end. This was the bad part. I was working with another installer and he was in the attic. The hdmi cable had no markings (input/output) and the attic was a small pitch and tight. We worked it down in the closet and the wall behind the tv. I plugged in both ends and nothing, I was like crap what's wrong now. I plugged my monitor in again, and had a good picture. I got to thinking, and though maybe the built in amp is one direction only. So I had to tell my helper lets swap the cord in the tight attic and pull it back down the walls again(he was not happy). Much to my delight, that was the problem. If you decide to do this, I would preplug and mark the ends going across the floor first, then install the cable.
The iphone app setup is kinda confusing, it has a add a device with a qr code scanner. Every time I would scan the qr code, it come back invalid. This was really making me mad. Also there is multiple laview apps. I went with the laview net app. The only one I got to work was the p2p on the the menu. If you scan the qr code under p2p it works great. What I wanted to do is set this up on my phone first, then not looking like a fool set it up on the customers phone. After p2p was working on my phone I set it up on the customers phone. Then under p2p, when I tried to scan the qr code, it said device is used by another user. I could not figure out how to pull it off of my phone, and also the customer had multiple devices they wanted to view the cameras on. I had to cal laview customer support. Well under p2p if you swip left on the device you can delete it.
I went at it the wrong way, but please look at it like this. Pick one main device, maybe customers main cell phone. Download laview app, setup a user name and password. (user name was customer email address). Then login and goto p2p, scan the device and see the cameras on live view. Next get the second device, download the app and use the first phone's username and password again. I was trying to do things the hard way and give each phone and app a separate login.
I will also say this customer had slow dsl 1/2 meg up and 8 meg down, but we could see the cameras on multiple devices.
This is a 16 port ip poe system with 8 cameras, giving my customer 8 future cameras if wanted. My only complaint was finding more of the exact type of laview cameras on amazon for sale individual.
Each camera has a individual power plug and seperate power supply. The power plug is not needed (because these are poe (power over Ethernet rj45 ports signal+power). I'm not sure, but maybe possible if a camera was extended on fiber optic connection 300'+ (keeping the camera signal, but loosing the power from the nvr). Maybe on the far end, you could re inject power back to the camera, with the included individual power supply.
I was real happy with this system, and Would use it again for another installation.
Other questions I have is can you link 2 systems side by side together?
I guess with the p2p you could scan multiple devices in different locations and switch between.
a wireless mouse and a HDMI extension would be a plus in a package deal. with a possible mouse docking/ charging system by the tv.
I have yet to do the same network or remote computer login to the nvr. I went to the site and downloaded the windows laviewer, but It was real confusing. You would think laview would have better videos for this. They have videos, but they are so generic.