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Original Tenvis professional Indoor mini wireless wifi security CCTV IP Camera webcam baby monitor JPT3815/JPT3815W, 2-way audio, night version, PT control, iphone & android mobile view - White
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- Support smart mobile remote surveillance anywhere
- High sensitivity sensor CMOS
- PT control Horizontal angle 270°; Vertical angle 90°
- Adopt optimized MJPEG video compression format
- Support WIFI:802.11b/g wireless networking
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l Support Motion Detection alarm function l Support image snapshot camera Image sensor 1/4 Color CMOS Lens 3.6MM Infrared LED 10 PCS ø5 Pixel 300,000 Night vision Distance 12 AWS/AGC/AES/ exposure Auto Min. Illumine 0.1Lux Audio Audio 2- way audio Input Built-in Microphone Output Built-in Speaker Video Image format PAL/NTSC Compression MJPEG Max. frame rate 25 fps Resolution 640×480(VGA), 320×240(QVGA) Pan/Tilt PT Angle Horizontal 270°; Vertical 90° Level Speed 0 - 16 °/s Vertical Speed 0 - 16 °/s Network Wi-fi IEEE 802.11b/g Network Interface RJ-45 (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) Supporting Protocols TCP/UDP/IP/ARP/ICMP/DHCP/DNS/HTTP/FTP/SMTP/NTP/PPPOE/UPNP/DDNS Alarm Motion detection One configurable zone Alarm events ? Notification via email, FTP ? Video recording to local storage periodic sending Send pictures to Email/FTP within the Provided time General User Authentication Authentication: user/password; administrator/operator/general user Web Browsers IE 6.0 or above version, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome ,etc Simultaneous Viewers 10 viewers@320x240 4 viewers@640x480 Mobile View Support Nokia, Android, Windows mobile phone, Iphone and other smart mobile phones Power DC 5V 1.5A Power Consumption 4W/6W (Infrared off/on) Operating Temperature -10 to+55 °C Storage Temperature -20 to+60 °C Operating Humidity 20- 80%RH Storage Humidity 20- 95%RH Package Dimension 200mm x120mm x180mm(L xW xH) Gross Weight 600g( accessories included) Certificates CE; FCC; RoHS Warranty Limited 1-year warranty Technical Suppoort: 1. The manual with the camera will guide you in Installation and Wireless Setup. It's easy and quick. Please kindly follow the manual step by step. Also, you can find all free software and applications on TENVIS Website in the manual.
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Setup was straightforward, the instructions in the documentation were clear and there is decent scope for you to tweak more detailed settings if required. To access the camera using phones you need to get hold of an app from the apple appstore or googleplay - this however is easy, free and the app is simple to use (and allows you to change settings and control the camera): no problems with either of us and the apps.
One great feature is that it automatically changes from regular video to infrared as light levels drop. You can also setup preset video positions if you need to monitor different areas and want to flip between them easily (good in a room with two cots).
It is also possible to setup alerts when the camera detects movement and it will email you still shots when movement is detected - I initially used this as an additional alarm (as well as the separate audio of the baby monitor) to alert me to baby moving, however it did seem to be a bit sensitive as I received alerts when there was nobody in the room (I put this down to shadows moving and changing light at that point of the day) and therefore deactivated this feature.Read more ›
Picture quality doesn't seem as good as the more expensive Foscam, but then I got two of these for the same price (almost). Build quality is ok, not great. Screwing on the wireless antenna on one unscrewed the antenna mounting from the camera. That's not great. Easy to fix.
The cameras default to 192.168.1.239:81 for reasons that are beyond me (Why no default to DHCP and 80 ffs??). The software provided on CD is rubbish and doesn't work (for me), but Tenvis have completely different software available to download from their site which does work.
On that note, there is a web site, and the web site has support and a forum in which people provide actual advice.
The camera arrived securely packaged and with accessories to mount it on a wall or piece of furniture. The necessary software comes on a mini-CD and can also be downloaded easily from the Tenvis website. There are useful online tutorials to help you set up the camera, the Youtube videos are particularly good as you can easily follow the steps.
Unfortunately I ran into difficulties during set-up. First you have to set-up the camera with an ethernet connection to your router. If you have no experience of configuring your router you might find this tricky! Once this is done you unplug the ethernet cable and the camera should show up over the wifi network. After a few hours of trying to find the camera on the network I was ready to give up. It just would not register with my router.
Instead of asking to return the camera straight away I tried looking on the Tenvis forum, there seemed to be a few people having trouble setting up the camera too. I left a message and received a reply with a Skype username and a request to contact customer services using Skype. I was a little apprehensive of calling a customer service agent on the other side of the world (Tenvis is a Chinese company) but I really shouldn't have worried! The advisor took my details via Skype chat (phew no live conversation, great for asocials like me!) and had excellent written english.Read more ›
I read the setup instructions, (and all the helpful comments in the reviews)and plugged it directly into my router. I installed the software and chose the setup wizard (it couldn't find my camera). I tried the Expert function (it couldn't find the camera either). I went to the Tenvis site and downloaded the latest versions of the software (still no joy)
On the base of the camera is an IP address, a port number, account ID and <null password>. After a bit of playing I was able to connect to the camera directly through my Internet Browser and a configuration page comes up. You ideally need to use IExplorer as some of the functionality requires Active X, although you can see video and access some of the configuration through Firefox.
I played with it for a bit connected to my desktop and then enabled WIFI and DHCP. It connected to my router OK (go to Network/WIFI in setup to see which IP address has been assigned).
I moved the camera to its new location and observed it from my desktop and android tablet. The picture was good and the frame rate not jerky.
I left it running overnight. On Saturday I struggled to connect to it and when I only got 1 frame every few seconds. To check if I had any issues with my WIFI I wired it back into my router. Still very poor framerate.
I powered it off for 24 hours and did a factory reset and lo-behold it worked for 5 minutes and then froze up.
Went onto Amazon, printed a return slip and it will go into the post tomorrow.
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I bought 4 of this item a while ago - Last year 2015 to be precise. I just unpacked 2 of them and discovered that I am unable to use it to FTP into an FTP server. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chukwudi Onwuzo
This camera is good for casual live viewing remotely from your iPhone / Device. The manual said it is not a security replacement device, its a supplement. Read morePublished 4 months ago by TechKing
Not worth the money. Crap camera crap quality. Worth saving up and buying something more decent such as camera from D-Link which I did in the endPublished 7 months ago by class450dude
Wifi keeps dropping, reset how many times? Not much use. Tried another one, just the samePublished 8 months ago by Mr. Ben Hulme
Can I get it to work, can I heck. Customer services are useless too.
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