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Item: IM1GD6368 Model: TL-SC3171
TP-LINK® 1/4-inch CMOS Network Camera is a versatile solution for your home & office monitoring. It watches your home, your kids, your workplace, whatever you care for most. After connecting directly to a local network using the camera's 54Mbps wireless or wired Ethernet connection, it can send live video to your home PC or through the internet to a Web browser or Smartphone. True Day and Night Surveillance produces clear images in the dark and an industrial mechanical completely filters that light during the day ensuring vivid video as clear as you would see with the naked eye, both functions unavailable on traditional day and night cameras that resulted in poor image quality during both the day and the night. 16-channel Management Software assists you manage multiple cameras at the same time. You can also archive streaming video and audio straight to your hard drive, playback video, and monitor up to 16 cameras on a single screen. It also features dual streaming unlike traditional IP Cameras operating at only MPEG-4 or MJPEG compression mode. It can deliver MPEG-4 and MJPEG streams simultaneously, and you can just monitor local rooms with MJPEG stream and remote office with MPEG-4 stream, backing them all up to a server in MPEG-4 format.
|Security Cameras Type||Wired Network Camera|
|Image Sensor||1/4 in Progressive Scan CMOS|
|Lens||4.3 mm: F2.0|
|Minimum Illumination||0.5 lux (0 lux When IR On)|
|Zoom Details||Digital: 10x|
|Dimensions||3 in Length X 1.9 in Height X 5.4 in Depth|
|Field Of View||48 deg (Horiz), 36 deg (Vert), 61 deg (Diag)|
|Frame Rate||Up To 30 (NTSC)/25 (PAL) fps|
|Power||12 VDC, 12 W Max|
|Video Compression||MPEG-4 And MJPEG (Dual Codec)|
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