- What's Included
This surveillance camera can receive its power via an Ethernet cable (Power over Ethernet - PoE) or from a normal DC power jack. Using just one cable for power, video feed, and two-way audio simplifies your installation. The 1.3-megapixel CMOS image sensor sends images at HDTV quality. Use the pan, tilt, and zoom feature to hone in on just the view you need for your security requirements. You can even set the camera to automatically "patrol" with 4 preset programs, or move to any of 16 preset positions. There's a built-in microphone so you may listen in to whatever is happening in the camera's vicinity, and you may plug in a speaker if you would also like to talk. The H.264 compression technology drastically reduces file sizes and conserves network bandwidth. Insert a Micro SD card of up to 32GB for local file storage. There's motion sensing that can send you an email when movement is detected, and there is tamper detection to immediately let you know if anyone attempts to redirect, block, change focus, or spray paint the lens. The utility software included allows up to 20 users to monitor the camera simultaneously, and up to 64 channels, as well as control the camera remotely.
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Connect to a Digital Video Recorder
Old video surveillance systems used to require a remote access system, a camera multiplexer; a time-lapse VCR, and an unlimited supply of videotapes for remote viewing and digitally storing video from a multi-camera system. Now you can get the capabilities of all those products in one with a Digital Video Recorder (DVR). By connecting multiple cameras to a DVR, you will be able to record and review video footage of activity around your property. You can even remotely access your video footage using a Network Digital Video Recorder (NDVR).
Understanding Picture Features
Clarity of the picture at night may be the difference between capturing a criminal and having that criminal remain on the loose. There are three main factors affecting how clear the picture will be; these include lux, resolution, and lens. Lux rating is the amount of minimum illumination that a camera can have and still pick up an image, 0 being the lowest, or no light; the closer the lux rating is to 0, the better the camera will operate in no light or low light situations. Resolution is the amount of horizontal TV lines that make up a picture, so the higher the number of the resolution, the better clarity your picture will have. Note that the monitor or recording device you use must have a resolution equal to or greater than the resolution of the camera, as it will do you no good to have a camera that can output in 540 lines of resolution but have a monitor or recording device that only picks up images at 300 lines of resolution. The lens will determine the field of view and the distance at which the camera will be able to accurately see an object. Lenses come in all sizes; the greater the size of the lens, the better the field of view and distance will be. A fixed focal lens will have a set parameter, however, by selecting a varifocal lens (at a greater cost) you can make adjustments by zooming in or out to the field of view and distance required.
Infrared (IR) cameras can pick up images in total darkness. Most IR cameras send out IR light from light emitting diodes (LEDs), which can not be seen by the human eye. This light reflects from objects, which can then be picked up by the camera in low-light and no light areas. These images are seen in black & white rather than color. The greater the number of IR LED illuminators, the greater the power of the camera. The Pan/Tilt PoE Day/Night Network Camera has 10 IR LEDs.
Lux rating is the amount of minimum illumination that a camera can have and still pick up an image, 0 being the lowest, or no light. So the closer the lux rating is to 0, the better the camera will operate in no light or low light situations. The Pan/Tilt PoE Day/Night Network Camera can pick up images in 0.5lux in color, and 0 lux with the LEDs on.
Resolution is the amount of horizontal TV lines that make up a picture, so the higher the number of the resolution, the better clarity your picture will have. Note that the monitor or recording device you use must have a resolution equal to or greater than the resolution of the camera, as it will do you no good to have a camera that can output in 540 lines of resolution but have a monitor or recording devices that only picks up images at 300 lines of resolution. The Pan/Tilt PoE Day/Night Network Camera has a resolution of 1280x1024, better than broadcast HD television.
On Screen Display
The Pan/Tilt PoE Day/Night Network Camera has an On-Screen Display (OSD) which allows you to see and control the camera's various features. Adjust settings for pan/tilt/zoom, focus, camera ID, and more.
Specifications Manufacturer Level One Manufacturer Product No. FCS-6010 UPC 846359015049 Camera Image Sensor 1/2.5" CMOS Resolution 1280x1024 1.3 Megapixels Minimum Illumination IR Off: 0.5 lux
IR On: 0 lux
Lens 4mm Fixed IR LEDs 10 IR Range Up to 33' (10m) IR Cut Filter Auto Removable Exposure Control Auto White Balance Auto Gain Control Auto Video & Audio Image Compression H.264 Frame Rate 30fps Audio Streaming 2-Way Microphone Built In Pan/Tilt/Zoom Pan Range 355° Tilt Range -45° to +90° Presets 16 Patrol Settings 4 Digital Zoom 10x Network Ethernet 10BaseT / 100BaseT (RJ45) Protocols TCP/IP, UDP, ICMP, DHCP, NTP, DNS, DDNS, SMTP, FTP, HTTP, Samba, PPPoE, UPnP, RTP, RTSP, RTCP Number of Clients 10 General Power Requirement 12VDC 1.5A
PoE 802.3af compliant
Power Consumption 12W Operating Temperature 32° to 122°F (0° to 50°C) Operating Humidity 20% ~ 85% Non-Condensing Weight 14.5 oz (410g) Dimensions 4.25" x 4.4" x 4.25: (108 x 112 x 108mm) Approvals FCC, CE
- Review of 76320 Review by dweeb
Review of 76320
Pretty terrible. The only browser supported is Internet Explorer. You can't view anything without it. That said, IE11 isn't detected and still says Use Internet Explorer. It's 2014, if your product requires IE to work, your product is going to be a failure. I'd feel pretty bad for anyone that invested in this company or this product.
Posted on 4/19/2014
- Review of 76320 Review by MATT
Review of 76320
I ordered two of these and neither of them saved settings, am in process of RMA with Level One. But two fails of of two products is nor promising.
Posted on 4/24/2012
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