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TRENDnet TV-IP311PI Indoor/Outdoor Dome Style PoE Day/Night Network Camera
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- View high quality 1080p Full HD 3 megapixel video with a compact IP66
- Supports remote viewing
- Compatible with Windows PC, Apple Mac web browsers (IE, Firefox and Safari), iOS and Android mobile devices
- Connect to hassle free network with Power over Ethernet to save installation costs
- Provides 3 years warranty with 24/7 technical support
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About Outdoor PoE Camera Solutions
PoE outdoor cameras are the perfect solution when you are looking to save costs and setup time by utilising one cable for both the power and data transfer for your surveillance device.
Outdoor 3MP Full HD PoE Dome Day/Night Network Camera
The Outdoor 3MP Full HD PoE Day/Night Network Camera, model TV-IP311PI, provides powerful 3 megapixel night vision in complete darkness for up to 25 metres (82 feet). This ultra-compact vandal resistant fixed dome camera is outdoor ready with an IP66 weather rated housing. It comes with a free Apple and Android mobile app and Complimentary pro-grade software to manage up to 32 TRENDnet cameras.
- 3 megapixel resolution
- Compact IP66 weather rated housing
- Night vision up to 25 metres (82 ft.)
- Save installation costs with Power over Ethernet (PoE)
- Program motion detection recording and email alerts
- Vandal resistant housing
- Digital Wide Dynamic Range image balancing
- ONVIF and IPv6 support
|Product name||Outdoor 2MP Full HD Vari-Focal PoE Day/Night Network Camera||Outdoor 2MP Full HD Vari-Focal PoE Day/Night Dome Network Camera||Outdoor 1.3 MP HD PoE Dome IR Network Camera||Outdoor 1.3 MP HD PoE IR Network Camera||Outdoor 3MP Full HD PoE Dome Day/Night Network Camera||Outdoor 3MP Full HD PoE Day/Night Network Camera|
|Resolution||2 Megapixel||2 Megapixel||1.3 Megapixel||1.3 Megapixel||3 Megapixel||3 Megapixel|
|Zoom||Manual 3.5x Optical||Manual 3x Optical||Digital||Digital||Digital||Digital|
|Night vision||25 metres (82 ft.)||15 metres (50 ft.)||25 metres (82 ft.)||30 metres (100 ft.)||25 metres (82 ft.)||30 metres (100 ft.)|
|Image sensor||1/3” CMOS||1/3” CMOS||1/3” CMOS||1/3” CMOS||1/3” CMOS||1/3” CMOS|
|Viewing angle||40 - 123˚ diagonal||42 - 145° diagonal||89° diagonal||89° diagonal||89° diagonal||89° diagonal|
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I ordered this with the plan of mounting it vertically on the side of my house to monitor the back garden (and the dog digging it up). One thing that isn't made totally clear in the details, is that while the lens can pan and tilt, it CAN'T ROTATE - meaning I was left with a "portrait" image which was only visible if I turned my head by 90 degrees. There's no option to rotate the image in the camera settings (or in Surveillance Station that I'm using on my Synology NAS). Picture quality looked pretty good though, so I've returned it for the bullet version (and decided to go for the 3mp version this time). Hope that helps somebody!
AFTER GETTING THE BULLET VERSION:
So I've replaced the dome with 2x 3mp bullet versions of the camera. The image quality is great. The cameras themselves are much smaller than I thought, quite discreet and very well built. They look and feel like solid pieces of kit.
I decided not to use Surveillance Station (SS) on my Synology NAS for a few reasons. I like to have motion detection running so the camera is constantly recording if anything happens, but also use live view on my iPhone/iPad at the same time. I found that the frame rate in live view was quite poor while the camera was constantly "looking out" for motion and running itself through the Synology NAS on my network. I also have a couple of indoor pan/tile Foscam cams I'd like to use with SS too, but the pan/tilt controls are very sluggish when it runs through SS - and there's also the fact you only get 2 camera licenses included (and I'd need 4 in total so thats another £80-100).
So - I wanted to ditch SS and use the cameras built in software if possible.Read more ›
Picture Quality: You cannot really fault these cameras on their image quality. You can stream in MJPEG at 320x240, 352x240, 640x480 and 704x480. You can also stream in H.264 at 1280x720P, 1920x1080P or 2048x1536. You can select the resolution and fps for each profile. The streaming over RTSP has a lag of roughly 2 seconds, most likely due to encoding and decoding. You can stream MJPEG over HTTP in your browser with only about ~200ms of lag, possibly less.
Network Access: We have set up four of these cameras, writing to a NETGEAR ReadyNAS using NFS. Each camera will require it's own network share. The files are created in advanced, pre-allocating the disk space for less delay in writing. You can browse these files and view them using a compatible viewer, such as VLC. The PoE is a useful feature. In our case, we are using a NETGEAR 8 port switch with four PoE ports. This is able to power all of the cameras perfectly. By default, these cameras will forward the ports on your router using UPnP. Disable this feature, or change the password quickly.
Admin Panel: Settings are changed using the web browser. I am not such a big fan of the web panel as it requires a custom plugin to view and also to edit many of the settings. If you are using Linux, you will need to get hold of a Windows PC or Mac.
Possible setup: We are streaming all four video feeds to an oldish Linux PC with a start up script to launch the VLC instances and position them in a quarters. This works very nicely and the cameras all stay in sync with each other.
EDIT: A few extra things I have noticed over time...
If you are using NFS, it is not necessary to create separate shares as NFS does not care about this.Read more ›
I fitted this camera just above my garage door so it can capture anyone approaching my garage up my driveway. The camera was easy to install and adjust to the correct position in the dome, the waterproof network connection is also great and easy to hook up. I ran the network connection into the garage through to the house and have it running off a POE switch after initially using a POE injector to test when mounting. Camera looks really smart and has a metal body making it feel much more expensive than it actually is.
I setup the camera to take snapshots when movement was detected and upload these to my home server via FTP, very easy. The camera takes 6 snapshots when movement is detected each 1 second apart. I then wrote a php script which runs on my server to process these files to make the file names easier to read as well as organise the snapshots into an easy to navigate folder structure. I also setup the camera to record video to a Windows file share on my home server, this also works really well. These were both setup through the cameras comprehensive web interface, video recordings can also be played back through the cameras web interface. I haven't setup any external software to record from the camera as the camera seems to handle everything it needs to really well itself.
Viewing Through TV (DLNA):
I wanted to go one step further with my setup and have the ability to connect to my camera via my TV's.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Day time picture quality is great, however let down by the night vision quality. At night a glare back from the clear housing obscures the lens, I would therefore opt for the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. D. Picksley
This is a late review as my initial good experience has subsequently been ruined by firmware updates. Read morePublished 2 months ago by P. David
unless you can write your own software this is a piece of metal. Nether IE, Chrome nor Firefox will show video from this camera. Read morePublished 2 months ago by AlexS1
Superb image quality let down by the firmware. This is a re-branded HikVision camera. I would advise just to buy the HikVision to get far more functionality in the firmware. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mr. N. Webber
Godd camera in the daytime, terrible at night with ghosting images. Failed after 6 months, cannot return through amazon, must go through Trendnet RMA process which is AWEFUL!! Read morePublished 4 months ago by MyReview
Originally this product was nice (Moved from swann to trendnet about 3 years ago), easy to set up but the web view add on only worked inside firefox , but the app was ok if not... Read morePublished 5 months ago by leerobo
The camera works okay with reasonable image quality, the software to manage it is pretty poor though.Published 6 months ago by Bryan