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Pan and Tilt Video Camera
With live look-around features, you can remotely view your home in real time with an Internet browser or your smartphone.
The privacy mode allows you to turn off the video feed to the website. When the privacy mode is enabled and you try to view your live feed online or on your smartphone, you will only see a blue screen. On the camera itself, a blue LED light will be illuminated.
There is a button at the bottom left of the camera that has a green LED next to it.
Push that button. Within a few seconds it will turn blue. When the light is blue, the privacy mode is on. While the blue light is showing on the camera, the video feed on the website will turn blue and you will not be able to see any live video.
Push the button again and the light will turn off. Once the light is off, the privacy mode is disabled and the live video feed will return to the website.
There may be times when you need to unplug your camera from its power source. You can always unplug the transformer from the wall outlet, but it is often easier to unplug the wire directly from the camera.
To turn the power off to your camera, complete the following instructions. On the back of the camera there is a black cord. Take it out and the camera will power down.
To turn the power to your camera back on, wait five seconds and plug the cord back in to the camera. The red/orange light will turn on first. After approximately one to two minutes, the light will turn green and the camera will start sending live video feed to the website again.
With the live look-around features in the Vivint pan and tilt video camera, you can remotely view your home in real time. The preset positioning function enables you to save and toggle between specific camera angles instantly—all from an Internet browser or your smartphone. And because the camera can swivel, it gives you greater coverage. You can use one camera to cover multiple angles of a room, which saves you money.
Dimensions and weight
- Width: 3.2"
- Height: 3.3"
- Depth: 3.9"
- Weight: 10 oz. (283.4 g)
- Remote viewing capabilities
- Built-in Wi-Fi or Ethernet connectivity
- Privacy button
- High-quality video
- Connect your Fixed Lens camera directly to your wireless broadband router and plug it into your A/C outlet
- Get high-quality video through fast frame rates and great low-light performance
- Use the privacy button to disable remote viewing and recording
- View live video from one or more cameras simultaneously via the web
- Receive e-mail/cell alerts with video clip attachments when video is recorded
- Watch recorded video clips from compatible PDAs and cell phones
- Ethernet connection
- 10/100 Mbps RJ-45
- Wireless encryption
- WEP, WPA or WPA2
- Live resolution options
- 640x480, 320x240, 176x144
- Recording resolution options
- 640x480, 320x240
- Recording compression
- Image sensor
- 1/4" CMOS, progressive scan
- Fixed, f=4.5mm, F2.8
- Field of view
- 43.6° (H) x 33.4° (V)
- Low-light sensitivity
- 1.0 lux @ F2.0
- Image adjustments
- Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Sharpness, Exposure
- Pan/Tilt range
- +45 to -45 Pan, +22 to -35 Tilt
- Video motion detection
- 3 windows, adjustable sensitivity and threshold
- ABS plastic
- Operating temperature
- 32° to 104°F (0° to 40°C)
- Relative Humidity
- 20-80% Non-Condensing
You’ve got questions? We’ve got answers
When I get notified that my alarm has been triggered, how do I find out if it was an actual emergency or a false alarm?
You will need to contact your local police department. However, if the triggered alarm signifies an actual emergency, in most cases the authorities will notify the central monitoring station, which will then contact you.
Why did I get charged a false alarm fee?
Some cities do charge a fee for sending dispatch for a false alarm. If you feel there has been a mistake, you can contact customer support and they will be happy to discuss it with you.
I’ve lost my mobile device. What do I do?
You can disable access to your account from your mobile device. Log in to the Vivint account center, choose "Go!Control Web Access." Choose the "Mobile" tab and disable automatic login at the bottom of your screen.
How secure is the access to my wireless camera and my system’s privacy settings?
Your cameras are protected in a few different ways. First, our technicians password protect your router to create a secure home network. Second, your cameras are password protected through your online account using the 256-bit encryption that protects vivint.com. Finally, only those with access to your online account can view your live feed.
Where are your monitoring stations located?
We have two monitoring stations: one in St. Paul, Minnesota, and one in Provo, Utah. Additionally, all of our customer support representatives are located in the United States. We do not contract with off-shore providers.
Do you monitor 24x7x365?
Yes. We have monitoring staff available at all times, including nights, holidays, and weekends. We also have customer support agents available 24x7x365.
How quickly does Vivint respond in an emergency?
We respond to most emergency calls in fewer than 10 seconds.
How far away can I be from my home and still have remote control access of my system?
You can control your system remotely from anywhere using your smartphone, computer, or tablet. Whether you’re down the street or halfway around the world, it will work the same as long as you’re connected to the Internet.
Which features of my system can I control remotely?
You can control any piece of equipment that has a built-in Z-Wave or Zigbee device. This list includes your security system (through your touchscreen panel), your Vivint Smart Thermostat, your automatic door locks, video surveillance, and lighting and small appliance controls.
How do I link my smartphone to my system?
You can download an app for your Blackberry, Android, or iPhone by visiting vivint.com/mobile. This page will walk you through the process step by step.
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