Piper RP1.5-EU-B-E Night Vision Security Camera

Product Code: 4352H
Piper RP1.5-EU-B-E Night Vision Security Camera
Product Code: 4352H
Indoor Wi-Fi security camera and Z-Wave home automation device for video recording and monitoring. Mains powered with a battery back-up. Piper camera features environmental sensors, 3.4 megapixel HD night vision 180° fish-eye lens with pan, tilt and zoom functions and quad view mode. With free cloud storage, 2-way audio and a loud 105dB siren. Easy to install, simply download the app to connect the camera to the Wi-Fi. Remotely monitor your home or business from your mobile or tablet device at anytime.

Features

  • Fixed Lens
  • 1 IR LED
  • 30m IR Range
  • W x D x H: 114 x 114 x 241mm
  • 180° Viewing Angle
  • Easy Installation
  • Infrared Motion Detector (PIR)
  • Built-In Temperature & Humidity Sensors
  • Built-In Sound & Ambient Light Sensors

Specifications

5V AC. CMOS camera. 1080p. Night vision 30m infrared. RJ-45 and Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n. W x D x H: 114 x 114 x 241mm. Max. 15mA. Min. / max. operating temperature: 5 to 35°C. 180° viewing angle. Weight 0.82kg.

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Technical Specification
  • Brand : Piper
  • Product Height : 241 mm
  • Product Type : Night Vision Security Camera
  • Current Type : AC
  • Total Product Weight : 0.82 kg
  • Model No : RP1.5-EU-B-E
  • Product Width : 114 mm
  • Connection Type : RJ-45 and Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n
  • Battery Type : Alkaline
  • Colour : Black
  • Product Depth : 114 mm
  • Pack Size : 1
  • Viewing Angle : 180 °
  • Power Voltage Supply : 5 V
  • Manufacturer Guarantee : 1 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee
  • Pieces in Pack/Case : 1
Product Contents
Piper camera, stand, wall mount, 4 x wall mount screws, 3 x AA batteries, theft deterrent sticker, quick start guide, DC plug and UK plug adaptor.
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Piper RP1.5-EU-B-E Night Vision Security Camera is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A good start, could improve As a DIY connected security system, this is a reasonable start - as a webcam it is probably overkill. The image quality is good, and the concept of presenting a fish-eye image to zoom and pan, or as 4 separate images does work quite well. Audio quality is poor, and if you have less than fibre broadband the 2-way feature is really distorted (it might shock people, but can't be used for a conversation). Set-up seems to work OK, I had to reset at one point through the process, but the fault-finding guide seems well thought out. No false-alarms due to cat so far. Alarm sounder, battery powered, and cloud storage for video are all good - you have a reasonable chance of recovering some pictures if the alarm gets triggered by intruders. I have ordered but not yet connected a Z-wave door sensor. Negative points at the moment are: * Sound detection can be triggered by the camera switching itself to night mode - therefore its useless in any alarm scenario (unless you're prepared for an early morning wake-up). I suggest testing for a few days before enabling the siren... *Capture-on-alarm is a one-shot event until you connect and reset. Apparently this is due for an update so might be improved. *The app functions for acknowledging a group of alarms could be improved. *Weather alarms are not something I want active all the time. I'm not at risk of any flood events that concern me (but they're not selectable) *Arming and disarming using the app is less trivial than I expect. I expect to be able to configure a set of devices so when all are geo-located away or at home, the alarm switches mode. Failing that, auto-arm when quiet at specific times would be handy. *No API for external services (ITTT style) which would make it possible for some of us to configure these slightly more complex interactions. Of the current options, this is probably a good start, but its a bit of a gamble if the features are improved or something better comes along. Security of the system against hackers seems superficially good - no obvious warning signs.
Date published: 2015-08-30
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