Weatherproof HD mini dome camera with 100-ft. night vision range
Our take on the ClearView IPD-70 by Crutchfield's Eric Angevine
A dome to watch over your home (or business)
The ClearView IPD-70 is a handy little camera — it can be mounted just about anywhere indoors or out, for a little added peace of mind. It shoots 720p HD video, and an array of infrared LED lights gives you night vision up to 100 feet away.
- 1.3-megapixel outdoor mini dome surveillance camera
- 1/3" CMOS image sensor
- 2.8mm fixed lens
- video resolution up to 1280 x 960 pixels
- infrared imaging lets you see 100 feet in the dark
- RJ-45 connector for Power over Ethernet
- Note: this camera does not have a Wi-Fi® connection
- weatherproof for safe outdoor mounting
- sturdy materials help protect camera from vandalism
- consult local authorities regarding video surveillance before installing security cameras in public areas
- 4-1/4" diameter x 2-15/16"H
- weight: 8.8 oz.
- warranty: 7 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- IPD-70 HD mini-dome camera with attached 20" power (DC barrel) and network cables (female RJ-45)
- 3 Self-tapping screws (1" length)
- 3 Plastic wall anchors
- Weatherproof sleeve for Ethernet connector
- Weatherproof cap for Ethernet connector
- 2 Rubber gaskets
- Mini CD-ROM with User's Manual and Quick Start Guide
- Self-adhesive mounting template
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Overview: The ClearView IPD-70 is a day/night mini-dome IP camera designed for indoor or outdoor use in a closed circuit system, such as the new ClearView PhoenixPlus system. The camera features the next-generation video standard H.265 (HEVC). This weatherproof (IP67), high-definition camera has a fixed 2.8mm F2.1 lens with a 1/3" 1.3-megapixel (1280 H x 960 V) CMOS progressive scan imaging device. The lens has an angle of view of 71°. It operates on 12VDC or PoE (Power over Ethernet), and has an RJ-45 Ethernet connection.
H.265: The new H.265 High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) standard goes beyond the capabilities of H.264, offering the same high-quality video as H.264, but at much lower bit rates, resulting in smaller file sizes. Its advanced coding techniques also supports substantially higher video resolution, including 4K UHD and higher, at the same bit rates. The new H.265 standard (sometimes referred to as H.264+) is supported by the new ClearView PhoenixPlus model NVRs, as well as new IPB-series and IPD-series cameras.
Video Format: The IPD-70 can output video in H.265, H.264, or Motion JPEG (MJPEG) in the following resolutions: 1.3M (1280 x 960), 720P (1280 x 720), D1 (704 x 576 / 704 x 480), and CIF (352 x 288 / 352 x 240). The frame rate for the main stream is 1-25 fps @ 1.3M or 1-25 fps @ D1. The bit rate for H.264 is 4 to 8192 kbps.
Minimum Illumination: The IPD-70 can give you a clear, bright picture in low light. The camera is equipped with 12 infrared LEDs surrounding the lens. The minimum illumination for color is 0.08 Lux @ F2.1. With the IR LEDs on, the camera has a 100' 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 camera:
- Gain Control: Auto, Manual
- White Balance: Auto, Manual
- Day/Night: Auto (ICR), Color, B/W
- Backlight Compensation: BLC, HLC, DWDR
- Electronic Shutter Speed: Auto/Manual (1/3 sec to 1/30000 sec)
Installation: The IPD-70 is designed to be mounted on a wall or ceiling with 3 screws (supplied). The power and video cables can be routed through the ceiling/wall by drilling an additional hole, or routed to the side through the groove in the camera base. The camera has an operating temperature range of -22°F to +140°F (-30°C-+60°C).
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1 question already asked
The camera itself does not record. You will need to connect the camera to a recording device such as a dvr to record video. [ Timothy Nov 27, 2017 ]