IPCT IPCT & Amcrest Partnership - Discounted Products

Mike

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I'm happy to announce that IPCT has teamed up with Amcrest to offer discounted prices on their products! We are currently offering 3 in the IPCT Store and will be adding more soon. They are all re-branded Dahua and come with free worldwide shipping, Amcrest support, a 30-day money back guarantee and a 1-year replacement warranty.

Amcrest AD110 Wifi Doorbell - $94.99

Amcrest 4MP Wifi PTZ Indoor Camera - $74.99

Amcrest 4K (8MP) Turret - $104.99

Enjoy
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Somebody PLEASE ask Amcrest to put PoE in the IP4M-1051 cameras!!!
Well, Amcrest doesn't seem to design or manufacture anything...so that mean you'd have to ask someone else like maybe Dahua?

Is the DC input on that cam the same standard size DC input that Dahua puts on all/most of their IP cams? Asking because I already have some active POE splitters that have a DC power connector that mates up perfectly with all my various Dahua cams.
 

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Is the DC input on that cam the same standard size DC input that Dahua puts on all/most of their IP cams? Asking because I already have some active POE splitters that have a DC power connector that mates up perfectly with all my various Dahua cams.
It's a 5VDC input from a USB power brick, a significantly smaller in diameter barrel than the previous 12VDC plugs.
 

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Well, Amcrest doesn't seem to design or manufacture anything...so that mean you'd have to ask someone else like maybe Dahua?
Since this appears to be something Dahua uniquely provides via Amcrest, and since Dahua is notorious (like Hikvision) for not wanting to communicate with customers, Amcrest needs to request it from Dahua.
 

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Well, Amcrest doesn't seem to design or manufacture anything...so that mean you'd have to ask someone else like maybe Dahua?



Is the DC input on that cam the same standard size DC input that Dahua puts on all/most of their IP cams? Asking because I already have some active POE splitters that have a DC power connector that mates up perfectly with all my various Dahua cams.
I use these POE splitters to power my two Amcrest USB powered cams PLUSPOE Micro USB Active 5 Volt...

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Hey, that may be the first doorbell cam I've seen where I'm 100% certain which part is the button.

My house wasn't wired for a doorbell so I have to use a little dinky plug-in model with a button that is powered by a triple-A. It works about 1/4 of the time.
 
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