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Overview: The ClearView IP-72 is a day/night mini bullet IP camera designed
for indoor or outdoor use in a closed circuit system, such as the ClearView Phoenix system. This waterproof (IP66), high-definition camera has a
fixed 3.6mm F1.8 lens, and features a 1/3" Aptina 1.3-megapixel CMOS progressive scan imaging device. It operates on 12VDC or POE (Power over Ethernet), and has
an RJ-45 Ethernet connection.
Video Format: The IP-72 can output video in H.264 or Motion
JPEG (MJPEG) in the following resolutions: 1.3M (1280 x 960), 720P (1280 x 720),
D1 (704 x 480), CIF (352 x 240). The frame rate is 15 fps @ 1.3M and 30 fps @
Minimum Illumination: The IP-72 can give you a clear, bright
picture in low light. The minimum illumination for color is 0.1 Lux @ F1.2,
0.005 Lux @F1.4 for black & white. With the IR LEDs on, the camera has a 65'
range in 0 Lux.
Privacy Masking: If there are areas in the camera's view
that you do not wish to show, you can use privacy masking to obscure those
areas. Up to 4 areas can be selected for privacy masking.
Camera Adjustments: You can make the following adjustments to the
- Gain Control: Auto, Manual
- Day/Night: Auto (electronic), Color, B/W
- Backlight Compensation: On, Off
- 2D Noise Reduction: On, Off
- Electronic Shutter Speed: Auto, Manual (1/3 to 1/10000)
Multiple Network Monitoring: The IP-72 is capable of being monitored
via web viewer, part of a CMS (central management system), or a smartphone app
(iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows Phone). Up to 10 users can monitor the
camera at the same time.
Installation: The IP-72 is designed to be mounted on a wall. The base has 3 keyhole slots that correspond
with the mounting screws. The power and video cables can be routed through the
ceiling by drilling an additional hole, or routed to the side of the camera by
knocking out small panel in the base.