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New Dahua Bullet PTZ - PTZ1C203UE-GN

fenderman

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https://www.dahuasecurity.com/products/productDetail/34307
PTZ1C203UE-GN
2MP 3x Starlight IR PTZ Network Camera

> 1/2.8” 2Megapixel STARVIS™ CMOS
> Powerful 3x optical zoom
> Starlight technology
> Max. 25/30fps@1080P
> IVS
> WDR
> H.265 Encoding
> Support PoE
> IR distance up to 20m
> IP66


PT only versions and wifi (yuk) are available as well.
 

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If the 3X is so "powerful", then what do you call "25X" on the SD49225T-HN? "Supreme"?
 

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That's an interesting looking camera. Sleek and trim. If I had money to burn I'd buy one just to play with it and see if I could find it a permanent home.
 

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This camera may actually work in a problem area I have.
Might for me, too.

As a thought experiment I took this shot from just above head height at the side of our shed and simulated what might happen with 3x zoom. It actually turned out better than I thought it might.



No networking out there, though. So either the WiFi version, powerline Ethernet adaptor (I've tested it out there and got stable 90Mb/s) or I'd have to wirelessly backhaul the network out there. (Burying Ethernet is entirely out of the question.)

In fact: Comtrend, the manufacturer of the powerline Ethernet adapters I tested, makes a version that has built-in PoE, as well. Hmmm... Would be an interesting experiment.

Unfortunately, having just spent nearly $800 on what I have, I don't think SWMBO is going to be too amenable to me spending more atm.
 

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can this be installed under a ceiling?

Dimensions

Wall mounted: 195.3mm×90mm×102.7mm (7.69""×3.54""×4.04"")
Ceiling mounted: 190.8mm×90mm×112.2mm (7.51""×3.54""×4.12"")

Weight

Net Weight: 0.9 kg (1.98 lb);

Gross Weight: 1.2 kg (2.65 lb)
 

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thanks. i saw the picture of the camera and it looked like you wouldn't be able to install it under a ceiling..

strange that they list the junction box (PFA731) as wall mount.. i'm assuming you can also use the wall mount junction box for a ceiling mount...?
 

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i'm assuming you can also use the wall mount junction box for a ceiling mount...?
Don't see why not..

EDIT....Note that the tilt is only 55 degrees. Straight down would be 90 I think.
 
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In fact: Comtrend, the manufacturer of the powerline Ethernet adapters I tested, makes a version that has built-in PoE, as well. Hmmm... Would be an interesting experiment.
No networking is just an excuse. ;-)

These work fine with Dahua: Devolo dLAN pro 1200+ PoE 1200 Mbit/s Ethernet LAN Black 1 pc(s) -...
Also helpful:
Ubiquiti Nanostaion AC (can be powered by PoE and has a secondary LAN port with 802.3af out), needs to be flashed to Openwrt for 802.11ac compatibility: OpenWrt Project: Ubiquiti Nanostation AC
Intellinet 561266 (3-port PoE Switch 802.3at - 1x Gbit LAN PoE+ in, 2x PoE+ Gbit out) 2-Port Gigabit High-Power PoE+ Extender Repeater
 
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