TP-Link Tapo C520WS 4MP Outdoor Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Security Camera with Night Vision & Spotlights

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TP-Link Tapo C520WS 4MP Outdoor Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Security Camera with Night Vision & Spotlights
Key Features
  • 2560 x 1440 Resolution at 30 fps
  • Spotlights for Color Recording at Night
  • IR LEDs for Night Vision up to 98'
  • 3.18mm Fixed Lens
Securely monitor your surroundings with the Tapo C520WS 4MP Outdoor Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Security Camera from TP-Link. This unit uses a 1/3" CMOS sensor that captures 2560 x 1440 resolution video at 30 fps. IR LEDs deliver up to 98' of night vision. Additionally, dual spotlights provide illumination for recording full color video at night and in low-light conditions, while deterring unwanted activity. The camera features a 3.18mm fixed lens with 360° panning and 130° tilting ranges. Two-way audio is possible thanks to a built-in speaker and microphone. A memory card slot supports microSD cards up to 512GB (available separately).

Remote management is possible via the Tapo app for iOS and Android. Compatibility with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant enables seamless voice commands. The camera is housed in an IP66-rated enclosure for safe outdoor use.

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Does this support 5ghz WiFi?

Does this support 5ghz WiFi?
Asked by: John
No, the Tapo C520WS connects via 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi. Fortunately, it is common for routers that support 5 GHz to simultaneously support 2.4 GHz.
Answered by: TPLinkSupport
Date published: 2024-05-30

Is this camera series compatible with the TP-Link ...

Is this camera series compatible with the TP-Link Kasa app as used with the KC420 camera or are the 420’s upwardly compatible?
Asked by: Lawrence
No, the TP-Link Tapo C520WS 4MP Outdoor Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Security Camera with Night Vision & Spotlights is not compatible with the Kasa app. You must use the Tapo app.
Answered by: Elliot
Date published: 2024-04-08
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