Speco Technologies O3VLB3 IP 3MP Outdoor Network Bullet Camera

Speco Technologies O3VLB3 IP 3MP Outdoor Network Bullet Camera

Speco Technologies O3VLB3 IP 3MP Outdoor Network Bullet Camera

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Speco Technologies O3VLB3 IP 3MP Outdoor Network Bullet Camera

Speco Technologies O3VLB3 IP 3MP Outdoor Network Bullet Camera

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The dark grey O3VLB3 IP 3MP Outdoor Network Bullet Camera from Speco Technologies comes equipped with a 1/3" progressive scan CMOS sensor and a 2.8mm fixed focal lens. Using these, the camera can capture images at a maximum resolution of up to 2304 x 1296. With a built-in IR cut filter and integrated IR LEDs, this camera can capture clear images of objects up to 98' away in complete darkness. The camera supports H.264 and MJPEG compression formats with simultaneous dual streaming. With the IP67-rated weather-resistant housing, the camera is suitable for outdoor applications.

  • Supports 3MP at 20 fps and 1080p at 30 fps
  • Built-in standard PoE (IEEE 802.3af)
  • True Day/Night operation (IR cut filter)
  • IP67-compliant
UPC: 030519019941
In the Box
Speco Technologies O3VLB3 IP 3MP Outdoor Network Bullet Camera
  • Junction Box
  • L Wrench
  • Mounting Screw
  • Software CD
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    Speco Technologies O3VLB3 specs

    Camera
    Image Sensor Progressive scan 1/3" CMOS, 3 MP
    Lens 2.8 mm
    Maximum Resolution 2304 x 1296
    Minimum Illumination Color: 0.37 lux at f/2.0
    B&W: 0 lux
    White Balance Auto, Manual
    Exposure Control Yes
    Digital Slow Shutter Yes
    Backlight BLC, HLC, D-WDR
    DNR 3D
    Video
    Resolution 2304 x 1296 at 20 fps
    1920 x 1080 or 1280 x 720 at 30 fps
    Compression H.264 (HP/MB/BP), MJPEG
    Bitrate Control VBR, CBR
    Streaming 2 simultaneous profiles
    Terminals
    Ethernet 10/100 Mbps
    Power DC jack
    Networking
    Protocols IPv4/IPv6, TCP, UDP, RTP, RTSP, HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, FTP, DHCP, DNS
    DDNS Speco DDNS (free of charge)
    Security User ID & password protection, IP address filtering, digest authentication, user access log, HTTPS
    User Access 20 simultaneous users rwfveudxrtcsesxcbzbt

    Number of users may vary depending on resolution.

    System
    PoE Standard (IEEE 802.3af)
    Analytics Motion detection (4 regions), tamper detection
    Alarm Triggers Analytics
    Alarm Events Email, record, snapshot
    Video Buffer Configurable pre-record & post-record
    Image Settings Privacy mask, corridor mode
    Client Specifications
    Web Browser Support Windows (Internet Explorer 8 and up, Chrome, Firefox)
    Operating Conditions
    Power Supply PoE, 12 VDC (power supply not included)
    Power Consumption 4 W
    Operating Temperature -20 to 140° F (-29 to 60°C)
    Operating Humidity Less than 95% RH
    Certifications FCC, RoHS
    Dimensions
    Unit Dimensions 6.49 x 2.75" (16.48 x 6.98 cm)
    Unit Weight 13 oz (367 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.9 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.2 x 4.2 x 3.9"

    Speco Technologies O3VLB3 reviews

    O3VLB3 IP 3MP Outdoor Network Bullet Camera is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Firmware upgrade buggy, Manufacture will not honor�Warranty The camera worked good until I updated the firmware to 2.60 from 2.40. � After I ran into nothing but problems: Url based authentication no longer worked reliable for fetching snapshots. Couldn't get the camera to accept authentication at all any more from curl requests. The mjpeg url changed but was now worthless with even highest quality settings giving an ridiculously blocky image. �The h.264 steam still seams to work although even that doesn't seem as reliable with my Android tablet and the IP Cam Viewer app. I contacted support for help rolling back, they where able to provide the old firmware file but the camera didn't like it claiming bad file format. They also where able to contact the engineers to get working mjpeg urls. But after 2 weeks of exchanging e-mails that was all I was all the help I was able to get from them, never actually fixing or acknowledging any of the many bugs in there new firmware.� The conversation ended with them suggesting I contact the distributor who the camera was purchased from to start the RMA process, this was my response to which I got no reply: " Most distributors refer you to the manufacturer after 30 days for warranty. Most likely I will be required to pay shipping;� And either way I will have to get on a later and take down the camera, leave the spot bare until I get a replacement, and go back up. I see no indication that replacing the camera will fix these problems unless it comes with 2.4 firmware. �If I take this camera down I will not be putting another Speco up after this.� � To think I was planing on buying more of your cameras� before upgrading the firmware, now it looks like I need to replace the one I have with a different brand. "
    Date published: 2017-12-16
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Firmware upgrade buggy, Manufacture will not honor Warranty The camera worked good until I updated the firmware to 2.60 from 2.40. After I ran into nothing but problems:� Url based authentication no longer worked reliable for fetching snapshots. Couldn't get the camera to accept authentication at all any more from curl requests. The mjpeg url changed but was now worthless with even highest quality settings giving an ridiculously blocky image. The h.264 steam still seams to work although even that doesn't seem as reliable with my Android tablet and the IP Cam Viewer app. � I contacted support for help rolling back, they where able to provide the old firmware file but the camera didn't like it claiming bad file format. They also where able to contact the engineers to get working mjpeg urls. But after 2 weeks of exchanging e-mails that was all I was all the help I was able to get from them, never actually fixing or acknowledging any of the many bugs in there new firmware.� The conversation ended with them suggesting I contact the distributor who the camera was purchased from to start the RMA process, this was my response to which I got no reply: " Most distributors refer you to the manufacturer after 30 days for warranty.� Most likely I will be required to pay shipping;� And either way I will have to get on a later and take down the camera, leave the spot bare until I get a replacement, and go back up. I see no indication that replacing the camera will fix these problems unless it comes with 2.4 firmware.� If I take this camera down I will not be putting another Speco up after this.� To think I was planing on buying more of your cameras� before upgrading the firmware, now it looks like I need to replace the one I have with a different brand. "
    Date published: 2017-12-16
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