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Complete Wireless Surveillance System Transmits Color Video and Audio Signs from the Camera to your TV, Monitor or PC
Wireless Surveillance Kit w/Night Vision Camera and Receiver
Clover CW5700 Wireless Surveillance System with Night Vision Camera and Receiver
Clover CW5700 Wireless Surveillance System with Night Vision Camera and Receiver
Item# 79928
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Overview

  • Remotely record and store images onto your hard drive
  • Wireless communication between surveillance camera and receiver
  • Camera IR LED automatically turns on at night, allowing you to capture objects in darkness
  • High sensitivity condenser microphone
  • Schedule recording option

Essential Info

The Clover CW5700 Wireless Surveillance System with Night Vision Camera and Receiver transmits color video and amazing audio signals from the camera to your display monitor wirelessly. The kit includes one wireless camera with 16 Infrared LEDs for night vision capabilities and a built-in microphone. The camera can transmits color video and audio signals to the included receiver up to 400 feet away. Simply connect the receive to your TV or and monitor for instant viewing, and/or connect it to your PC and remotely record and store images on your computer Hard Disk Drive (HDD). The included software not only allows you to use your PC like a DVR to just like a DVR with 30 Frames/sec recording speed and MPEG-4 compression, but you can even or remotely monitor activity online.

Manuals/Software

What's Included

  • 2.4 GHz Wireless Night Vision Camera
  • 2.4 GHz Wireless Receiver / USB DVR
  • Receiver Bracket
  • Two (2) Power Supplies
  • Audio/Video Cable
  • Mounting Hardware
  • Warranty Registration Card
  • Quick-Start Guide
  • Owner's Manual (Part I)
  • Installation CD with Owner's Manual (Part II)
  • Specifications

    Specifications

    General
    Manufacturer:Clover
    Manufacturer Product No.:CW5700
    UPC:617517057009
    Wireless Camera
    Output Level:90DB microvolts/meter@3 meter
    Operating Frequency Band:4CH 2,400 to 2,483MHz
    Modulation:FM
    Video Input Level:1.0VP-P@75 ohm
    Audio Input Level:1.0VP-P@600 ohm
    Image Sensor:1/3" C-MOS sensor
    Number of Pixels:NTSC, 510 x 492
    Resolution:380 TV lines
    Scanning System:525 lines,60 fields/sec
    Sync System:Internal sync
    Minimum Illumination:1.5 Lux / F1.5 & IR LED on:0 Lux
    S/N Ratio:More than 45db
    Gamma Characteristics:0.45
    Electronic Shutter Speed:1/60 to 1,500 sec
    Lens:78° wide angle lens

    Microphone:
    Condenser
    Operating Temperature:14° F to 122° F
    Dimensions:6.4" x 3.2" x 1.5"
    Weight:595g
    Wireless Receiver
    Receiving Frequency:4-Channel 2,400 to 2,483MHz
    Demodulation:FM
    Antenna:50 ohm SMA
    Receiving Sensitivity:-85dbm
    Video Output:IVP-P@75ohm
    Audio Output:IVP-P@600ohm
    Power Supply:DC 8V
    Current Consumption:250mA
    Dimensions:5" x 4.4" x 1"
    Weight:178g


    Important notes:
    Only merchandise credit for defective items returned within 30 days of purchase. No other returns allowed on this item.
    Manufacturer contact information: Clover Electronics USA, Tel: (562) 282-5700

    Reviews

    6 Ratings
    5 star: 0%  (0)
    4 star: 0%  (0)
    3 star: 17%  (1)
    2 star: 50%  (3)
    1 star: 33%  (2)
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    brotherdave -- florida   1/4/2013
    Folks, save your money and time. THIS cw5700 is a PIECE of crap. IF you want an affordable system, go with NightOwl. I threw this junk in garbage after countless hours of trying to get it to recognize its own driver. at 2.4 gHz it interferes with everything from wifi routers to telephones. Junk it quick. take your lumps and move on. Wisecomm is poor quality provider of japus crapus.
    d. gray -- Florida   3/6/2011
    Wish I had seen the previous review before I purchased this item as well. I turned off everything in the house and the picture quality improved but, not enough to make out faces or make it worth while. And it should be stated by the sellers that this item will not work with newer operating systems. I did purchase a video capture device but at times when picture quality is poor makes me wonder why I purchased this at all. Could have had the same deterent for 29.99 a camera that sits there and looks nice.
    BOB -- las vegas, NV   12/23/2010
    The camera system spec.did not say it would not work with newer microsoft systems,xp or older systems.Called mfg. they are not going to write updates to work with newer systems. Thier website is down.Can't get user manual for equip. not packed in box.
    MIKE -- apopka, FL   7/6/2010
    Disappointing purchase. Wireless was a problem from the beginning and it was very difficult to get a consistent noise-free reception, even just a few yards away. Turning off nearby TV's, computers, wireless phones, and audio equipment seemed to help, but we could not keep those devices off during everyday use. Wireless that works in a frequency range beyond that of these devices would be best. I also had issues installing the included software on my PC with Windows XP Service Pack 3. It took extra work & troubleshooting to get the computer to recognize the camera as a USB device and to properly load its drivers. The Wisecomm (manufacturer) website apparently no longer sells this camera-- it isn't even in their closeout list of products. There was no update available for the software, and they did not provide any support of technical support on their site. The included software itself had some nice features, and the manual was included on the software installation disc. The installation was a bit different than described in the manual though. The record scheduling features were quite extensive, but I did run into trouble again when trying to export the recorded timelapse movie out to an AVI thru the software. The resulting AVI movie file could not be opened in any player other than the Wisecomm software to view again (including Quicktime). Also, I found that recording timelapse-- even at the longest interval-- took a very long time to review in the Wisecomm software. Maximum playback speed was not fast enough. So next time, recording with motion detection turned on is probably the better option in that case. The camera itself is fairly heavy and does get quite hot. I did find that the quality of the image degraded over just a few uses. The quality of the color image during daylight and nighttime lit conditions turned into just a clouded , desaturated, almost greyscale image. The InfraRed nightvision capability worked surprisingly well under nearly zero light conditions, (at first) and the IR LED's lit up the room to a distance of about 10 feet. For detecting large object movement it was fine-- details were pretty much lost though. And again, it was difficult to get a clean, steady reception via wireless. Had this camera been strictly a wired device, it probably would have been more useable. The wireless base-station is quite small and light-weight plastic, though combined with the small stand it sits in it is actually quite flimsy. The connection between the external antenna and the base-station is also worrisome-- it just rotates freely making me think that perhaps the antenna connection is bad-- maybe the reason for the unreliable wireless reception. Unfortunately, I missed returning this item in 30 days-- and I certainly would have. Now since I'm stuck with it, I might send it back to the manufacturer (Wisecomm) and have them look at that antenna connection issue. Maybe that will fix it enough
    M.Konstan -- orlando, FL   7/6/2010
    Disappointing purchase. Wireless was a problem from the beginning and it was very difficult to get a consistent noise-free reception, even just a few yards away. Turning off nearby TV's, computers, wireless phones, and audio equipment seemed to help, but we could not keep those devices off during everyday use. Wireless that works in a frequency range beyond that of these devices would be best. I also had issues installing the included software on my PC with Windows XP Service Pack 3. It took extra work & troubleshooting to get the computer to recognize the camera as a USB device and to properly load its drivers. The Wisecomm manufacturer website apparently no longer sells this camera-- it isn't even in their closeout list of products. There was no update available for the software, and they did not provide any support of technical support on their site. The included software itself had some nice features, and the manual was included on the software installation disc. The installation was a bit different than described in the manual though. The record scheduling features were quite extensive, but I did run into trouble again when trying to export the recorded timelapse movie out to an AVI thru the software. The resulting AVI movie file could not be opened in any player other than the Wisecomm software to view again including Quicktime. Also, I found that recording timelapse-- even at the longest interval-- took a very long time to review in the Wisecomm software. Maximum playback speed was not fast enough. So next time, recording with motion detection turned on is probably the better option in that case. The camera itself is fairly heavy and does get quite hot. I did find that the quality of the image degraded over just a few uses. The quality of the color image during daylight and nighttime lit conditions turned into just a clouded , desaturated, almost greyscale image. The InfraRed nightvision capability worked surprisingly well under nearly zero light conditions, at first and the IR LED's lit up the room to a distance of about 10 feet. For detecting large object movement it was fine-- details were pretty much lost though. And again, it was difficult to get a clean, steady reception via wireless. Had this camera been strictly a wired device, it probably would have been more useable. The wireless base-station is quite small and light-weight plastic, though combined with the small stand it sits in it is actually quite flimsy. The connection between the external antenna and the base-station is also worrisome-- it just rotates freely making me think that perhaps the antenna connection is bad-- maybe the reason for the unreliable wireless reception. Unfortunately, I missed returning this item in 30 days-- and I certainly would have. Now since I'm stuck with it, I might send it back to the manufacturer Wisecomm and have them look at that antenna connection issue. Maybe that will fix it enough to make

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