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Trendnet SecurView Wireless Day/Night Internet Camera

B&H # TRTVIP312W Mfr # TV-IP312W
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Product Highlights
  • 2-Way Audio
  • Transmits Real-time MPEG-4 Videos
  • Min. Illumination: 0.5 Lux at f/2.0
  • Night Visibility up to 5 Meters
  • Motion Detection with Email Notification
  • SecurView Camera Management Software
  • Compatible with Wireless G and B Devices
  • Supports 3GPP Live Video Viewing
  • Universal Plug and Play

The TRENDnet SecurView Wireless Day/Night Internet Camera has a 2-way audio feature that allows you to communicate with people within the camera's vicinity. The camera can transmit real-time MPEG-4 videos via a secure encrypted wireless signal. The wireless camera is ideal for homes, offices, and small businesses.

The Day/Night camera's infrared lens allows clear image capture in low light conditions too, the minimum illumination required being as low as 0.5 Lux at f/2.0. With the intuitive SecurView camera management software, you can view and record video from up to 16 cameras simultaneously.

Audio and Video

2-way Audio
Communicate with visitors in the camera's vicinity from the operator's station; echo cancellation improves audio quality.
Audio Output
3.5mm output jack for connecting speakers to the unit.
Microphone Input
Internal Omni-directional microphone input with -48dB + 3dB sensitivity and response frequency of 50 ~ 16000Hz.

Image Capture and Quality

Image Sensor
The ¼" Color CMOS Sensor delivers high-quality images at a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels and offers a 60° viewing angle.
Image Frame Rate
Maximum frame-rate of 30 fps at a VGA, QVGA, and QQVGA formats for seamless transmission of clear images and videos in MPEG-4 format.
Lens and Illumination
The lens has a fixed focal length of 4.6mm. Functional in a minimum illumination of 0.5 Lux at f/2.0, the camera generates real-time clear and bright images even in the dark.
Day/Night Function
Six infrared LEDs enable capture of crystal clear images (night visibility up to 5 meters) in low lighting conditions.
Exposure Control, White Balance, and Gain Control
While the exposure control adjusts the light falling on the sensor to get clear images, the white balance adjusts the red, green, and blue colors by taking a white color reference to get true-to-normal colors. The automatic gain control adjusts the signal strength to maintain a constant brightness level.
MPEG-4/MJPEG Dual-codec Supported
Enables you to configure the image size, quality, and bit rate according to the network requirements.

Alarms

Motion Detection
Triggers an alarm when motion is detected in the camera's field-of-view and sends an e-mail notification. The feature includes 2 adjustable motion detection windows with a just-in-time snapshot and a time stamp overlay.

Supported Protocols and OS

TCP/IP, SMTP Email, HTTP, and other Internet related protocols as well as Windows 2000, XP, and Vista operating systems.

Software Support

The SecurView camera management software allows you to view and record video from up to 16 cameras simultaneously. The software also allows the administrator to configure the camera settings via the Intranet or Internet.

Supports Connection to the External Devices

The auxiliary input/output connectors enable you to connect the camera to a variety of external devices like hard drives, USB Flash drives, and external speakers.

Multiple Profiles

Configure different image settings such as image quality and frame rate.

Mobile Support

View live videos via a 3G mobile phone.

Compatibility

Wireless G and B devices.

Universal Plug and Play

Plug-in the Internet camera for immediate operation.
Camera
Signal System Digital
Image Sensor 1/4" Color CMOS
Number of Pixels 640 x 480
Lens Focal Length: 4.6mm, F2.8 board lens
Viewing Angle: 60°
Microphone Internal Omni-Directional
Audio Output 3.5mm Speaker Output Jack
Minimum Illumination 0.5 Lux @ F2.0
IR Illumination Normal mode: 2~2.5 lux
Night mode on: 0.5 lux
IR on: 0 lux
Light sensor activates the IR LED on/off: 5~10 lux
Controls Exposure Control, White Balance, Gain Control: Automatic
Image Setting: Adjustable Brightness, Contrast, Saturation
Flip Images: Vertical/Horizontal
Light Frequency: 50Hz, 60Hz or Outdoor
Network
Compression Format MPEG4 (Simple Profile), MJPEG, 3GPP
Resolution 640 x 480, 320 x 240, 160 x 120
Frame Rate 30 fps @ VGA, QVGA, QQVGA
Network Interface 10/100Mbps Auto MDIX
Protocol HTTP, FTP, TCP/IP, UDP, ICMP, DHCP, NTP, DNS, DDNS, SMTP, PPPoE, UPnP, RTP, RTSP, RTCP
USB Port USB 1.1
Wireless Standard: IEEE 802.11b/g
Security: 64/128-bit WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK
Antenna: 2dBi Detachable Reverse SMA Connector
Number of Cameras Free SecurView software: view and record up to 16 cameras simultaneously
System Requirements Web Configuration

CPU Pentium III 350MHz or above
Memory Size 128MB or above
Resolution: 800 x 600 or above
Browser: Internet Explorer 6.0 or above
Supported OS: Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000

SecurView Software

CPU: Pentium 4 1GHz or above
Memory Size: 512MB or above
Resolution: 1024 X 768 or above
Supported OS: Windows 7 (32-bit), Vista (32-bit), XP (32-bit), 2000
General
Power Requirements 5VDC (includes AC adapter)
Power Consumption 8W max
Operating Temperature 32 - 113°F (0 - 45°C)
Dimensions (WxHxD) 2.7 x 3.9 x 3" (70 x 100 x 57mm)
Weight Camera: 6 oz (170g)
Stand: 4.8 oz (135g)
Trendnet SecurView Wireless Day/Night Internet Camera
  • Multi-Language Quick Installation Guide
  • CD-ROM (Utility and User's Guide)
  • Cat. 5 Ethernet Cable (5.9' / 1.8 m)
  • Power Adapter
  • Camera Stand
  • 3-Year Limited Warranty
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    TrendnetSecurView Wireless Day/Night Internet Camera
     
    2.0

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    1.0

    Cam froze - I'm changing my review

    By NYC Techboy

    from NYC

    About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • nothing

    Cons

    • Faulty
    • Unreliable
    • Worthless x10

    Best Uses

      Comments about Trendnet SecurView Wireless Day/Night Internet Camera:

      I wrote previously I would buy it again. FORGET IT. I was wrong - I admit it.

      Problem #1: I bought two cams (TV-IP110W AND TV-IP312W) and they are both failing (not even 1 month old) !!

      Problem #2: Since I worked with it on daily / hourly and this cam hardware / software is way too buggy. To top it off, one of the two TRENDNET cam froze. That cam is in S. Korea and I am in NYC !! The other camera started to stream video glitches. This is even before it completely froze.

      Problem #3: I set the cam to record and I go to sleep. I wake up and the record (on both cams) stopped recording - at different time. I use it to monitor my father-in-law (if he has fallen and if he is not being abused). I don't know if care-take is abusing my father-in-law !!

      Problem blah, blah...: The motion detect basically don't work. The audio (on TV-IP312W) don't work when viewed on iPhone. The web record feature does NOT work unless you can figure out how to setup the web-browser "protected mode" feature. The included secureview software stopped recording (disk-full) and refuse to record again - even after I cleaned out my HD and freed up 20GB space. There are numerous other problems too.

      The online tech tries to help, but they are basically useless.

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      Now I have to fly back to KOREA (from NYC) and replace these cams with something that works.

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      3.0

      it works - but after difficult setup

      By NYC Techboy

      from NYC

      About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

      Pros

      • No added monthly cost

      Cons

      • Software hard and buggy

      Best Uses

      • Monitoring old folks

      Comments about Trendnet SecurView Wireless Day/Night Internet Camera:

      I watch my father-in-law in far east Asia from NYC. He refuses to be in a nursing home environment and he lives alone.

      I also bought the cheaper TVIP110W (no night vision) for well lit area. I should have bought 2 of this (2 night vision capable cams) instead. See my review for it too.

      The setup is not easy but once setup, it works. The software also has some problems (ex: the sound can't be monitored from its own software - it has to be monitored from the web browser). The sound software worked well in LAN environment but not over the net. WHY !!

      The viewing angle could be wider and the IR illumination could also be wider. When in night mode, it will be too bright in the center and too dark in the edges.

      I also bought the Trendnet wireless router for better compatibility. The wireless router only needs dynamic DNS update capability - all other setting should exist in just about any wireless router.

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      For somebody who knows how to setup wireless router, etc. I would recommend it.

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