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IP PoE 2K (2048 x 1536) 3MP IP66 Waterproof Infrared Dome Camera with 4mm Fixed Lens
This outdoor dome camera is designed to connect to your Network Video Recorder or IP Based CCTV System. Monoprice's full featured video monitoring system is compatible with PCs running Microsoft Windows® XP or later (32- or 64-bit) and Apple Mac® computters running OS X®. The camera connects to the network using either Cat5e/Cat6 cabling or wirelessly over a Wi-Fi® connection. It supports the Power over Ethernet (PoE) feature, so there is no need for a separate power adapter when using a wired PoE connection.
This dual-stream camera features 30 infrared (IR) LEDs, which automatically turn on in low-light conditions to allow black and white recording of images in conditions as dark as 0 lux to distances as great as 30 meters! Its image processing circuitry includes 3D Digital Noise Reduction (3DNR), Digital Wide Dynamic Range (WDR), Backlight Compensation (BLC), and Regions of Interest (ROIs). ROI allows you to create up to four subzones within the overall video image, each of which will have its own separate video stream and its own zoom and crop settings. The effect is similar to having multiple cameras focused and zoomed onto specific portions of the field of view, using just a single camera.
1. Incoming visible light
2. Visible light passes through the IR-blocking filter
3. Color filters control the color of light reaching the sensors
4. Color blind sensors convert the light into electronic signals
5. Millions of individual light sensors
Complementary Metal-oxide Semiconductor: The CMOS image sensor utilizes newer technologies to better record HD resolutions and fast-moving activities.
Region of Interest: ROI allows you to configure one or more areas of a given camera's field of view for additional scrutiny. For each defined ROI, the camera will create a seperate video substream, which can be viewed or captured seperately from the main Field of View. The effect is to provide multiple views and capture feeds using only a single camera.
Back Light Compensation: BLC reduces silhouetting, so you can see foreground subjects clearly when positioned in front of a bright background. The BLC circuitry adjusts the exposure so that the subject is properly illuminated and clearly visible.
Digital Noise Reduction: Image noise can come from a variety of sources, but is most often associated with low-light conditions, resulting in a "grainy" image. This noise not only interferes with the ability to clearly distinguish individual image elements, but also increases the storage space required for any given image. The DNR circuitry uses a digital comb filter to remove this noise.
Wide Dynamic Range: WDR produces clearer images and more even lighting in views that are simultaneously both bright and dark. This is particularly useful in areas with windows and lots of natural light. WDR improves on the ability of Back Light Compensation (BLC) and High Light Compensation (HLC) by independently adjusting the intensity of different portions of the image to produce proper lighting intensity across the entire image.
This camera features exception handling for hard drive full, hard drive error, network disconnected, IP address conflict, and illegal login conditions. It can respond to alarms in a number of ways, including sending an email, contacting the surveillance center, and uploading a recording to an ftp site.
- 1/3" 3-Megapixel CMOS progressive scan image sensor
- 3-Megapixel maximum image resolution (2048x1536)
- Full 1080p 30fps realtime video capture
- Uses both the H.264 MPEG-4 codec and MJPEG video compression method
- 4mm F2.0 fixed lens
- Supports Back Light Compensation
- Supports Digital Wide Dynamic Range
- IP66 ingress protection rating
- IK10 impact protection rating (vandalproof)
- M12 type lens mount
- Supports both NTSC and PAL broadcast television standards
- Supports the ONVIF, PSIA, CGII, and ISAPI interface standards
- Supports dual video stream transmissions
- True Day/Night lens with 30 IR LEDs
- Powered using PoE or dedicated 12 VDC power supply
- Supports both wireless and wired Ethernet connections
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|Image Sensor||1/3" progressive scan CMOS|
|Lens||4mm @ F2.0 fixed|
|Angle of View||2048 x 1536: 70° / 1920 x 1080: 79°|
|Minimum Illumination||0.07 lux @ F1.2 with AGC ON, 0 lux with IR LEDs ON|
|Maximum Resolution||2048 x 1536 (3-Megapixels)|
|Shutter Speeds||1/25 ~ 1/100,000 sec|
|Pan Angle Adjustment||0 ~ 355°|
|Tilt Angle Adjustment||0 ~ 65°|
|NTSC Frame Rates||20fps: 2048x1536 / 30fps: 1920x1080 / 30fps: 1280x720|
|PAL Frame Rates||20fps: 2048x1536 / 25fps: 1920x1080 / 25fps: 1280x720|
|Image Settings||Rotation, Saturation, Brightness, Contrast, and Sharpness adjustable using the client software or web browser|
|Automatic Gain Control||Yes|
|Digital Noise Reduction||3D DNR|
|Wide Dynamic Range||Digital WDR|
|Back Light Compensation||Yes, zone configurable|
|Regions of Interest||Yes, up to 4 configurable regions|
|Day/Night||IR cut filter with automatic switch, 30 IR LEDs|
|Video Compression Standards||H.264 MPEG-4, MJPEG|
|H.264 Codec Profile||Main Profile (MP, 77)|
|Bit Rate||32 kbps ~ 16 Mbps|
|Alarm Triggers||Motion Detection, Tampering|
|Supported Protocols||TCP/IP, ICMP, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, RTP, RTSP, RTCP, PPPoE, NTP, UPnP, SMTP, IGMP, 802.1x, QoS, IPv6, Bonjour|
|Supported Interface Standards||ONVIF, PSIA, CGII, ISAPI|
|Data Connection||1x RJ45 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet|
|Power Source||12 VDC ±10% or PoE (802.3af)|
up to 5 watts with IR LEDs OFF
up to 7 watts with IR LEDs ON
|Ingress Protection Rating||IP66 (waterproof)|
|Impact Protection Rating||IK10 (vandalproof)|
|Operating Temperature||-22 ~ +140°F (-30 ~ +60°C)|
|Operating Humidity||0 ~ 95% RH, noncondensing|
|Dimensions (ø x H)||4.4" x 4.0" (111.0 x 100.5 mm)|
|Weight||17.6 oz. (500g)|
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I can't say if it's Zwave compatible, but for all intents and purposes this camera is actually a re-branded Hikvision DS 2CD2132-i.
Uses MJPEG and MP4 standards
Waterproof and outdoor rated
Great viewing angle
CONS: A bit heavy
Mount leaves a bit to be desired in flexibility
Needless to say, I was used to the Hikvision software and interface and was pleased to find that this camera uses the identical interface. Therefore setup and installation was a breeze with my existing PoE router and Synology's surveillance software.
I cannot speak for the technical qualities of the images other than to say that it looks fantastic and sharp and identical to the 1080p (actually 2k) feeds from my other 3 branded cameras.
PROS: Excellent image
Standard PoE installation
Included software and firmware reasonably easy to navigate
CONS: Generic camera - brand not available for surveillance software selection (ONVIF makes this a non-issue)
PROS: Camera is well made with decent documentationrare usually at this price point. Good picture in good light and not bad with IR in dark. IR light pattern is quite consistent. Note it uses a break-out cable for connections. This could be hard to deal with in outdoor connections unless a backbox is used. I do not see a backbox from Monoprice but ones from Axis, Flir, and others may work.
CONS: The included programming software is a bit awkward with latency due, I'm sure, to a slow processor in the camera. The camera has date and time stamp which (AFAIK) cannot be removed. The image rotation and mirroring is inadequate for some special applications. Dual streams are kludgy to configure and 720P would be a nice addition. Maybe in our lifetime there will be a firmware update to address these and other shortcomings. Do not attempt to program this while it is connected to a recorder or similar. The latency will drive you nuts.
Glad to hear you have been satisfied with this IP camera thus far! I just wanted to mention that the date/time stamp can be turned off within the camera's OSD settings. To get there, you would need to go Configuration > Advanced Configuration > Image > OSD Settings. Once in the settings, there will be three check boxes for enabling/disabling the name of the camera, date, and week. I hope this helps and should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us!
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PROS: Can't say yet, as a standalone camera, have not yet got it working due to no power.
CONS: Doesn't come with 5v or PoE accessories, not clear in description. So can't yet use it.
Our security cameras do not come with a power supply included, you would need an NVR as well as an ethernet cable to power the IP camera such as the following:
4CH NVR with built in POE PID 12442
8CH NVR with built in POE PID 12458
5ft Cat6 PID 9832
50FT Cat6 PID 9818
100FT Cat6 PID 11233
Please let me know if you need any further assistance. Hope this helps!
My intended use was to monitor the outside of my house, but I underestimated the distance, and the viewing angles are not great. Also disappointing (my lack of experience with cameras) is that the night vision is 100% useless in true darkness. There MUST be an external light source of some kind and then it's not bad.
That said, in a well lite area, the camera is excellent, the picture is really good. My opinion is that these cameras a more suited to indoor settings, or maybe a door entry combined with a motion sensor light.
CONS: No remote pan and tilt function
No Mac software to help set it up