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TRENDNET Cámara IP WiFi-N 150 + visión nocturna TV-IP551WI

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  • Peso:110 g
  • Altura:11.5 cm
  • Tecnología de conectividad:Cableado, inalámbrico
  • Tipo de dispositivo:Cámara de red
  • Profundidad:3 cm

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Identificador de producto del fabricanteTV-IP551WI
Peso del producto109 g
Dimensiones del producto20,3 x 15,2 x 12,7 cm
Número de modelo del productoTV-IP551WI
Potencia eléctrica5 vatios
Número de productos1
Incluye bateríasNo
Necesita bateríasNo
Peso110 gramos
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Producto en desde21 de junio de 2012
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Dispositivo de alimentación:Adaptador de corriente - externa CA 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz ) 5 vatios, Requisitos de potencia:CC 5 V - 1.2 A, Tipo:Color - Día y noche - fijo - exteriores, Iluminación mínima:0 lux - F1.5, Zoom digital:4, Características:Compensación de blanco, control de saturación, control de brillo, control de contraste, alertas de correo electrónico, giro de imagen, reflejo de imagen, MDI-X automático, grabación con planificación manual, tecnología de detección de movimiento, iluminador de IR integrado, Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), función de captura de pantalla, Máx. resolución de vídeo digital:640 x 480, Resolución de captura de imágenes fijas:640 x 480, 320 x 240, 160 x 120, Captura de vídeo:640 x 480 @ 20 tramas por segundo Š 320 x 240 @ 30 tramas por segundo Š 160 x 120 @ 30 tramas por segundo, Formatos de imagen compatibles:JPEG, Formato vídeo digital:MJPEG, Campo Horizontal de visión (grado):38, Margen mínimo de enfoque:20 cm, Campo vertical de visión (grado):28.7, Iris del objetivo:F/1.5, Cables incluidos:1 x cable de red - externo - 1.5 m, Color:Blanco apagado, Accesorios incluidos:Kits de montaje en techo, kit de montaje en pared, Cumplimiento de normas:ETSI, FCC, Interfaces:1 x red - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45, Protocolos de red:DDNS, DHCP, DNS, FTP, HTTP, NTP, SMTP, TCP/IP, UDP/IP, ARP, ICMP, UPnP, IPv4, PPPoE, Interfaz de red:Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, Temperatura mínima de funcionamiento:0 °C, Humedad relativa (operativo):0 - 95% (sin condensación), Temperatura máxima de funcionamiento:40 °C, Tipo:CMOS 1/5", Sistema operativo requerido:Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Microsoft Windows Vista (32/64 bits), Microsoft Windows 7 (32/64 bits), Microsoft Windows XP (

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Cumple con sus caracteristicas , resolucion suficiente para aplicaciones domesticas , buena vision nocturna.
He hecho ya una actualizacion de firmware y sin problemas (otra marca se quedo bloqueada en la misma operacion ).
Solo un problema , cuando intento conectarla mediante wifi a una red con WPA o WPA2 es imposible , y en sus caracteristicas pone que las soporta , aunque posiblemente sea debido a una incompatibilidad con mi router (Xavy de telefonica) , con otra camara que tengo IP-572WI pasa lo mismo.Conectadas con PLC funcionan bien .
Tambien funciona bien con Android y ddns.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The whole truth and nothing but 5 de marzo de 2015
Por kathleen white - Publicado en
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It is by no means easy to setup wirelessly. It was my first time setting up a surveillance camera and after following all of the instructions step by step I was only able to make it connect by resetting both the camera and wireless router [if you reset your router you will need to find out what your new "wifi password" key is]. To keep the camera from being disconnected when it's wireless you need to have some basic knowledge of networking, I mean being able to pull up ipconfig, assigning the camera a static IP address, etc, in order to keep it working days later after you first install and configure it.
It is well built, the picture is very clear, perfect almost. This model does not have night vision, if someone can see in dim light or with a flashlight, you're not going to be able to tell who they are in the dark. Sturdy, includes 4 little soft things with glue that stick underneath so it doesn't scratch anything. Take a look at the picture in one of the provided manuals to see how to screw everything together, there is no actual instructions that instruct how to screw the camera together.
My advice if you're planning on buying this:
Don't even think about using the Trendnet ViewPro software unless you're a wiz when it comes to this surveillance stuff. I tried setting it up for motion-detection, ended up recording all the time, which used up all the hard drive space after less than a week. Needless to say I had to erase all the recorded footage as I needed to make more room on the hard drive. Instead I used and highly recommend a nifty little program called ispy, it's opensource [FREE] just google it. No I didn't pay for the pro version, the free version works just dandy.
Final thoughts:
If this is your first time setting one of these up, be prepared to spend a good 4-6 hours from start to finish, including tweaking the motion-detection if that's what you're after. Even then you will go back and probably change the range later but seriously be prepared to take 4-6 hours getting it installed and working properly on the computer.
This review is coming to you from someone who does computer repair for clients in-home and on-site for 10+ years.
I gave it 3 stars because I don't hate it, I'm happy with the amount I paid for it [roughly 50], but if you need to record anything that isn't WELL lit, you need to get the night-vision model, that woulda made it 4 stars, and if the program provided wasn't so user UNfriendly, that woulda made it 5 stars.
I have no plans on returning it, it's been working well for a couple weeks now, just wanted to pay it forward and offer this honest review.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Setup Instructions For IP Camera Newbies - Like Me! See Update 8 de septiembre de 2014
Por markabtex - Publicado en
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These are great little inexpensive IP cameras but the installation instructions are poor. I bought one of these and it took me a couple of days and a lot of internet research to get it to work. The first obstacle was the WPS wireless setup. The installation software would not find the camera using this method, so I just used the wired method using the included Ethernet cable connected directly to my router. The software recognized it immediately with this method and I was able to enter my router's SSID and password for wireless operation. The second obstacle was figuring out the difference between the camera's LAN address for local monitoring and the camera's WAN address for remote monitoring with a cell phone or work computer. To figure out the LAN address, you need to click on the "Click here to configure camera settings" on the last page of the camera setup wizard which is not very obvious. This will bring up a web configuration page that will have the camera's IP address in the address bar. You will need to write down this address for reference when setting up port forwarding on your router. The only thing that needs to be configured at this point is the port you want your router to use for forwarding. The default is port 80, but I found that my ISP blocks that port, so I changed it to 8080. Next, you will need to set up port forwarding on your router for remote monitoring. You will need to look up how to do this for your specific router model, but just be sure to use the IP address and port noted earlier. Now you need to find out your router's WAN address for remote monitoring. You can find this by googling "whatismyipaddress". Once you figure that out, you can download the trendnetview app and use the WAN address and port to map your camera. You can also remotely monitor your camera by entering your camera's WAN address and port in your web browsers address bar. For example, if your camera's WAN address is and the port is 8080 then you would enter and login to your camera. I bought 2 more after I figured out how to configure the first, so I like the camera's, but just wish they had better setup instructions. Hope this helps other IP camera newbies. Update - My cameras all stopped working at the same time. I found that since my router uses DHCP, it had assigned new IP addresses to all the cameras. I had to configure my router to reserve the IP addresses for the cameras to avoid this happening again. I think you can also configure your router so that the DHCP leases never expire, but you will need to research this for your specific router model.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good IP Camera for the price 29 de julio de 2013
Por R. Roux - Publicado en
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I own the same model (but without IR capabilities) and setting this one was exactly the same - which I did without any issues. The IR night vision is very good - I can clearly see in almost total darkness. When there's enough light the camera transmits in color - but you do have the ability to force it to always stay in black & white (in low light the camera sometimes bounces between the two).

I'm not impressed with TRENDnet's mobile app but there are other 3rd party apps (many of them are free) that work well with this camera. Their SecureView Pro software wasn't intuitive to setup but I don't use it anyway because I got the camera to be able to monitor while I'm away from home using my phone, tablet or laptop - all of which are able to view multiple cameras.

I haven't played with the audio capability and don't see a need for it for what I'm using the camera for.

The video quality could be better but it's not really a problem for me - I can easily see if there's anything amiss in the house and don't need super sharp video.

All in all I like the camera and think it's definitely a good buy.
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas WiFi has a problem holding the connection 10 de diciembre de 2013
Por Billiardman - Publicado en
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The camera arrived on time and seemed to work first. I eventually purchased 6 of these cameras. They are easy to setup, if you are familiar with networking. Unfortunately, I found a problem and returned 3 of them. Tech support was not able to resolve the problem. The cameras would drop the wifi connection for an hour or two at a time and then come back on line. It would happen a few time every day. They were connected to the same access point and all had 100% signal. They would drop out randomly. The 3 that I kept are being used with a cat5 connection and seem to be working okay.

So, if you have this camera and the wifi keeps dropping out, it's not you. The only firmware update that was available does not address any issues with the wifi. I replaced it, one week ago, with an Agasio camera that has pan & tilt and the problem seems to be resolved. Since the TrendNet camera, that was installed in the exact same location, would lose it connection at least twice a day, and the Agasio has been solid for 5 days now. I am assuming the problem to be resolved. Should that change, I will update this post.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Trendnet IP Camera 4 de febrero de 2014
Por jaxmike - Publicado en
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This camera is great. The night vision does a great job too. The camera is very easy to set up. My problem is the Securview pro server software. It is pretty simple to set up, but it just will not let me log in to it after it is set up. Have installed it numerous times with the same result. You give it a user name and password, but will not accept it. Great Camera, software not so great. You can open your browser and type in the ip address of the camera, and do all your settings right there. I do use the securview pro software for iPad. That works well in free mode and better in the $3.99 Mode. The pay version lets you record video and stills, and gives you a multi camera screen.

*** UPDATE ***

Finally got past the software problem. Went to Trendnet page and downloaded a newer version of Securview pro version 2.3.4. Now it works great.