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CloudCam Indoor Wireless Pan/Tilt Daytime IP Camera w/ MicroSD Slot

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Have you ever wanted to use a remote camera, but have been concerned with how difficult the setup may be? Now, imagine a camera that you can have up and running in a few minutes anywhere in the world! There is nothing else on the market that offers a hassle free setup like you get with a CloudCam. You don't need ANY networking knowledge to setup a CloudCam and can easily deploy them anywhere you have Internet access, with virtually any router!

The CloudCam Pan/Tilt IP Camera is designed with the "user-friendly" idea in mind. The user can install the CloudCam easily on his/her home network and then access the IP Camera anywhere in the world through the accompanied video management software without having to set up a complicated DNS name or changing the router's settings. Users can see the video of the IP camera on any iPhone or Droid anywhere, anytime (basic free and premium paid versions of the app are available in the App store and the Android Market). The biggest difference between the CloudCam and other IP cameras is the simplicity in setup and monitoring - plug and play!

Key features:

  • CloudCam is self-networking, zero-configuration, cloud-based technology that works through firewalls and will work over ANY internet connection (including LTE)
  • Setup can be done via the web app - connecting directly to the router is NOT required (unlike other IP cams)
  • Pan/tilt support - users can monitor the video in a much larger viewing angle range
  • DI/DO for alarm detection/triggering
  • View on your iPhone/iPad or Android device (free and pro apps available)
  • Connect to virtually any WiFi router via ethernet
  • 802.11 b/g wireless with WPA-PSK(2) security support
  • Free 36 channel management software(VMS) bundled
  • NAS storage support, "NAS scan" function for easy configuration
  • Full control event scheduling
  • Motion detection


More Features:

  • Easily access the camera from anywhere in the world via the ID/password (through accompanied video management software, no complicated DNS settings needed)
  • 3GPP/ISMA support
  • Free and full-featured iPhone apps available on Apple’s App Store
  • Free software for Android mobile on Android Market
  • Free video management software (CamView) for Mac and PC for easy access and multi-camera management
  • Dual video streaming with separate frame rate/resolution/bandwidth settings for PC and mobile
  • Wide range Pan/tilt motion control
  • 802.11 n WiFi security supports WEP and WPA-PSK(TKIP and AES).
  • Connect up to 20 users simultaneously
  • Supports enhanced H.264 compression.
  • Supports resolution of up to 640x480 pixels at 30 fps
  • Supports PPPoE protocol for direct ADSL connection.
  • View video from your Wireless or wired Ethernet network
  • Motion Detection and E-mail/FTP notification, attach jpeg image file
  • Synchronize the time through NTP protocol
  • Built-in Web server for managing via standard web browser
  • Built-in micro-SD card interface for video storage on SD card (optional 16GB microSD card can save up to 5 days of recordings; optional 4GB microSD card can save approximately 1 day of recordings)
  • Built-in microphone for synchronized audio
  • Event scheduling
  • NAS storage access
  • Support for Dropbox
  • Online Firmware upgrade, will enter safe mode when power is off during critical firmware upgrade point
  • Watchdog function to prevent system failure

Specifications:

Power DC 12V, 1A
Processors RISC CPU, hardware video processing and compression.
Network Interface Ethernet 10BaseT/100BaseTX, Auto-MDIX, RJ-45
Wireless Interface IEEE 802.11n 90 - 150 Mbps
IEEE 802.11g 6 - 54 Mbps
IEEE 802.11b 1 - 11 Mbps
Transmit power:
14.5dBm typically @ 802.11g
17.5dBm typically @ 802.11b
Receiver sensitivity:
54Mbps: Typical -73dBm @ 10% PER
11Mbps: Typical -86dBm @ 10% PER
Modes: Infrastructure and ad-hoc
Antenna gain: 1.8 dBi
Pan/Tilt control Pan range 130° ( -65° ~ 65° )
Tilt range 90° ( 0° ~ 90° )
Auto pan mode
Auto patrol mode
Image Sensor RGB VGA 1/4 inch CMOS
Automatic exposure control, automatic white balance, automatic gain control, automatic brightness control.
Light Sensitivity 0.2 Lux
Lens 3.2 mm, F2.0, viewing angle: 61°, fixed iris.
focus range: 40 cm to infinity
MicroSD card interface Micro-SD card interface for local video storage
The supported Micro SD-Card capacity is up to 32GB
D/I D/O interface 1 D/I for alarm detection
1 D/O for alarm triggering
Buttons One reset button, to factory default settings
Indicators One LED for internet connection status indication
One LED for Ethernet connection indication
Video Compression H.264 , baseline profile level 3.1
Frame Rate Up to 30 fps in all resolutions
Video Streaming H.264
Separate frame rate/resolution/bandwidth settings for PC and mobile.
Video Settings Resolution: VGA(640x480), QVGA(320x240), QQVGA(160x120)
Bandwidth : 64k, 128k, 256k, 512k, 768k, 1M, 1.2M, 1.5M bps
Frame rate : 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 fps
Audio Built-in microphone for audio monitoring
Audio compression: G.711
Security Web management username/password protection
Video display ID/password protection
WiFi WEP and WPA security mode
Installation, management and maintenance Installation tool on CD and Web-based configuration
Automatic configuration backup and restore
Video management software-CamView for video access and multi-camera management
Firmware upgrades via FTP
Minimum Web browsing and management software requirements Built-in web server for standard web browser access Pentium 4 CPU 1.0 GHz or higher, or equivalent AMD 1 GB RAM
Supported Protocols IPv4, HTTP, TCP, ICMP, RTSP, RTP, UDP, IGMP, RTCP, SMTP, SNTP, FTP, DHCP, UPnP, ARP, DNS, PPPoE, etc.
Accessories (included) Power adaptor, RJ45 ethernet cable, quick installation guide, CD with installation tool/software and User's Manual, ID/Password card.
Video Management Software Surveillance application for viewing and archiving up to 36 cameras
Users Up to 20 simultaneous unicast users(depends on video settings)
Alarm and Event Management Events triggered by video motion detection
Notification/upload of JPEG images over FTP and/or email
Dimensions and Weight 120 x 91 x 84 mm
350 g, camera body only.
Approvals EMC - CE, FCC Part 15 Subpart B Class B
Wireless RF - CE, FCC Part 15 Subpart C
Power supply: CE, FCC, UL, EN 60950
Operating Conditions 0-50°C
Humidity 20 - 80% RH (non-condensing)


CloudCam - Insanely Simple To Use

Have you ever wanted an IP Camera or Webcam, but were concerned about how difficult the setup may be? Now, imagine a camera that you can have up and running in a few minutes anywhere in the world! 3Gstore is happy to announce the CloudCam, which uses cloud-based management, allowing you to view your cameras anywhere you have Internet access. The CloudCam is so easy to set up that your grandmother could do it, but also offers advanced features for users looking for more options.

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Date Added: 10/06/2013 by william m. (castalian springs, TN)
connected behind Verizon wireless 4g lte model 1550 router and had it working in less than 10 minutes... fantastic... highly recommended !

Date Added: 09/10/2012 by Veronica G. (orlando, FL)
Excellent product. We have placed them in all of our fleet vehicles and could not be happier. Easy to install and use. Highly recommended

Date Added: 07/19/2012 by Daniel J. (Evansville, IN)
I'll review qualities from best to worst. Best: it does exactly what it claims, at least for wired connections: there is no configuration needed, just the password they supply. I plugged it into my router with the supplied ethernet cable, dowloaded the free Android app for my smart phone, and I was able to watch the video on my smart phone by simply entering the camera's ID number and password, both of which came with the camera. It connected within seconds, from miles away. It worked with 4g and 3g connections, and once seemed to work when the connection dropped to the "1x" level, which I assume on my phone means the old Edge network. Almost as good: wireless configuration. Of course this is going to be a little harder, since you do have to have the camera find your wireless network, and you have to give the camera the password for the wireless network. Still, by carefully reading the one-page printed instructions, I was on line within five minutes using my wireless network. Now I can move the camera around the house and plug it in to any electrical outlet, and view it from my smart phone miles away, or from my computer in another room. Mediocre: the image size on the smart phone is only half that available on the computer (320x240, instead of 640x480). And the 640x480 resolution on the computer is not high. Even then, image quality is less than with many other 640x480 cameras I owned years ago, and far behind the quality of many mid-priced USB cameras now on the market. Also mediocre: the pan and tilt features and the microphone work perfectly from the computer, but are simply unavailable from the smart phone. So, I can't pan around the room from the smart phone, nor listen from miles away. Also, the camera tilts upward, but not down at all below horizontal. Poor: low-light sensitivity is just plain poor. Also, ability to adjust some of the finer details of the image, such as gamma, are not provided. Bottom line: if you hate the idea of having to learn about subnet masks, gateways, ports, and all that other tech jargon needed to access most internet-protocol cameras, this one works, easily, with no knowledge beyond the ability to plug in a cable and read a printed password. It could use a better-quality chip and higher resolution (even if frame rate were limited at that higher resolution), and it would be nice if the resolution available over a smartphone were better. This is the era of high-definition webcams, and megapixel phone cameras, after all. If this company could sell an upgraded resolution camera with better image quality and better low-light resolution, I would buy it in a heart beat. Still, they have made internet access to a video camera pitifully easy, and that is something.

Date Added: 05/08/2012 by Jan C. (Redmond, OR)
great camera

Date Added: 12/18/2011 by
We just bought 4 cameras and install 3 at our main house and 1 at our secondary home. We have wireless Internet at both places. It took us loooonnnnggg time to instal the first one wirelessly. The other 3 were a breeze to install. I think the instructions should be a lot more clearer in the wireless installation section. We are not specialists. Put clear pictures and wordings so a kid could understand. Cameras are working very well, but not from my Macs, even with Parallels Desktops, only from native PCs. That situation should be adressed asap so both platforms are supported.

Date Added: 11/23/2011 by Michael G. (Cary, IL)
I bought 2 of these. Same review for this one as the other. Up and running in 2 minutes. I have helped other configure webcams and it takes a lot of technical know how. This camera requires not setup. Just like they say. Been showing to my friends and they cannot believe how drop dead easy it is. It is real cool to be able to see AND listen from anywhere from my iPhone. Plug in a 16GB MicroSD and get 5 days of recordings (that you can see/hear from your iPhone or Android).

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Is there ANY way to get this to work with a mac?
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CloudCam - Firmware Upgrade Tipsheet 7/2014 07/25/2014
CloudCam - Dropbox Setup 07/25/2014
CloudCam Firmware v030513 for CC-PANTILT 07/25/2014
CloudCam Pan/Tilt-Day Firmware (MUST UnZip File) 04/11/2014
Cloudcam - Firmware Upgrade Tip Sheet (4/2014) 04/10/2013
CloudCam - Adding Cameras 01/16/2014
CloudCam NAS Storage Tip Sheet 01/10/2014
CloudCam Schedule Recording Tip Sheet 03/21/2013
CloudCam - Setting PPPoE 11/07/2012
CloudCam Video Resolution Settings 11/06/2012
CloudCam - CamView Software Download
CloudCam - Factory Reset Procedure 05/02/2014
CloudCam- Setting up Email Alerts w/ a GMX account 05/31/2012
CloudCam - Enabling RTSP View 05/16/2012
CloudCam - ANDROID Motion & Email Alert Setup 01/16/2014
CloudCam - SD Card Viewing 01/14/2014
CloudCam - 1st Time Setup (includes mobile tips) 07/25/2014
CloudCam - iPhone Motion & Email Alert Setup 01/16/2014


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