Type: IP Camera Style: Box Camera High Definition: 720P(HD) Connectivity: IP/Network Wireless Lens (mm): 3.6mm Supported Operating Systems: Windows 10,Windows 7,Windows Vista,Windows 98,Windows 8,Windows XP Sensor: CMOS Sensor Brand: SONY Supported Mobile Systems: Android,Symbian Power Consumption(W): 6w Power Supply(V): 5V Network Interface: Wi-Fi/802.11/b/g Dimensions (L x W x D)(mm): 89-95*114MM IR Distance(m): 10-15m Video Compression Format: H.264 Viewing Angle (Degree): 60° Minimum Illumination(Lux): 0.01 Wall Bracket: Side Color: White Installation: Ceiling Audio Output: other Technology: Pan / Tilt Storage card slot: Micro sd card 8/16/32/64Gb P2P: Smartlink P2P Plug and Play Sensor: CMOS Audio Output: Two way audio Alarm Action: FTP Photo,Email Photo Power Consumption(W): <6w Display Resolution: 1280*720/640*360/320*180 Supported Mobile Systems: iPhone OS/Android Power Supply(V): 110-220V
a. Make sure your mobile devices are connected to the network properly (Wi-Fi); b .For Android phone users, download the free app by searching "netcam" in "Google Play Store", scanning the QR-Code on the camera; c. For iPhone or iPad users, download the free app by searching "netcam" in "App Store" or scanning the QR-Code on the package. 2. Connect the IP Camera a. Install the Wi-Fi antenna. Twist the antenna tightly and point it upwards;(For built-in antenna devices or integrated devices, please skip these steps). b. Plug in the power adapter of the IP camera; c. Connect the router (Working Frequency: 2.4GHz,make sure DHCP of the router is on). Insert one end of the Ethernet cable into the router and the other end into the Ethernet port of the IP camera, please wait for about one minute while the cameras is connecting to the router automatically(For devices without Ethernet port, please skip these steps).
Cannot Connect To WIFI 1.Please make sure the WIFI Password is correct. 2.Please make sure the router signal is stable (place IP Camera close to your router for first connection is Recommended).The Camera will not work on a 5Ghz wireless standard at this time. If you have a dual-band router, be sure to segregate your wireless channels and connect the Camera to the 2.4ghz channel.