Onvif Compatible Doorbell Cam

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  1. Ari

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    Ok, onvif device manager does not detect it so no onvif support :(

    Also as for SIP, I don't see any SIP setting in the config tool.

    There is a mobile app which you get notification if someone press the intercom button. Also from the config it looks like it can send snapshot and audio to a FTP server.
     
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    patrocle Getting the hang of it

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    Yes, i guess is not onvif.
    The one seller from ebay he suppose to get some this week and he will check also for or if it has onvif.
    So you happy with it?
     
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    Any word from your ebay contact on whether his ONVIF test was successful?
     
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    No word yet, but here is the direct link:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/112080463344?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT
    Price is good, and it not sure if it has Ethernet port so i can run the cable directly to my poe switch, if it records,if possible to add sensors,there are many questions about it! and
    because is a new item,i don't think even the sellers don't know what exactly does,only based on the Dahua specs.

    Still looking at Ring Pro or Doorbird ...Not sure yet.
     
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  6. korin

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    Neither the Ring Pro nor Doorbird seem great - they don't support ONVIF or POE and the ring Pro has some pretty scathing reviews on Amazon. Sounds like the jury is still out on the performance of the Dahua, but the specs indicate that it does support POE you can find it unbranded on Aliexpress for really cheap https://www.aliexpress.com/wholesale?catId=0&initiative_id=SB_20160918231552&SearchText=VTO2111D-WP
     
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    Yes, the dahua it say POE but as @Ari in post #61 "onvif device manager does not detect it so no onvif support".
     
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    I found these on Ali that appears to meet many of the requirements except no PoE. Note one is available with separate door bell unit. Pretty inexpensive, but unknown manufacturer and anyone's guess on performance and quality.

    https://www.aliexpress.com/store/pr...ght-Vision-IR-Motion/1945917_32677454306.html

    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/720...2675761710.html?spm=2114.13010308.0.57.WrqPbc
     
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    patrocle Getting the hang of it

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    Yes, they say it is onvif on the picture, but in the specs don't say nothing about.
    Sent a mess to seller to confirm it and if it is, then for him to test it in BI,because if it does work in BI then we can record the all the video.
    Now for the POE , don't think it has so we need to power it from the wall.
     
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    i just noticed on the box "ATZ Technology Co." as the manufacturer. More info. on their website:

    http://www.atz-tech.com/products/202-en.html#ad-image-5
     
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    patrocle Getting the hang of it

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    Not sure who,but i asked a seller about onvif and he said yes it has onvif,so i told them to test in onvif device menager,so will wait for that test.
    Thanks for that link!.
     
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    Please post when you get an answer. I've been looking for a front doorbell product for some time. For less than $100. I may give this a try. Good alternative to the Ring, Doorbird, and the more expensive Dahua products. I'd like the front door cam to have a pir in the hopes of not getting too many false or unnecessary alerts.

    Thanks.
     
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    Any updates, Del Boy? Seems like several folks are reporting that there may be no ONVIF support. Would love to hear if you can get it to work with BI
     
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    I may have some news about this, i think i find some onvif and poe video doorbell , will post some info later,as i am still waiting for few extra questions that i asked the seller. Got to go now...Later.
     
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    I wanted a POE ip doorbell cam with relay outputs. I did NOT want wifi or batteries. Yes, the doorbird is expensive, especially the oil rubbed bronze flush mount that I ordered.

    It arrived fast and was easy to set-up and install. It was recognized by my Hik Vision NVR, but after a reboot it takes 10-15 minutes to show up again on the NVR for some reason, even though it is online with the door bird app. You cannot set the doorbird for static IP, but you can bind the IP and MAC address in the router. This is important because if the IP address changes the NVR will think it is a new device and need you to re-enter the password. I have had no problems with the NVR recording and playing back the doorbird feed along with many other cameras.

    I opted for the cloud recording at $4 a month (a bit high?) but it says unlimited recording for 7 days. The cloud is great for door bell presses because you can play back a short clip instead of the single pic it sends you. I also have the motion activated cloud recording turned on. I'm waiting for them to complain because every car and person triggers the motion sensor. It's recording clips every minute or so during the day. I've found that playing back a clip from the doorbird is easier than using the NVR, but since the cloud is limited to 7 days I do have long term backup on the NVR.

    I'm 3,000 miles from the unit and it takes a second or three for the notification to come through on an iphone/ipad.

    I also wired relays from a second legacy door bell and a gate access controller to the doorbird pushbutton (a little soldering) so I get instant notification of anything on the property. This is much easier than using alarm inputs on the NVR, especially for other family members who have the doorbird app on their phone.

    The only complaint, other than the price, is that at night the IR LEDs turn off and the camera switches to color mode, so you get a grainy color image until the motion is detected or the button is pressed, then you get a good b/w image. You can manually turn the IR on for 1 minute. Not that big a deal as I have other IR cameras, but seems a little odd that it doesn't default to B/w at night even if the IR LEDs are off.

    I'm not a reseller or rep or associated with doorbird in any way. I'm an RF engineer who owns a design firm and likes to have remote viewing and automation of my houses, so don't waste my time by accusing me of being biased.
     
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    I end up ordering this here at this link http://aliexpress.com


    They proved to me that it has poe and also works in onvif manager and also they try it for me in Blue iris and works so i order one to test it out.

    Now if you want a wireless chime you have to order separate here: http://www.aliexpress.com
    (choose wireless chime on the right side of the picture)
     
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    Patrocle - I'm looking for something exactly that size for my setup, so thanks for the link and I look forward hearing about your experiences.
     
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    Yes, waiting to come and will test it. It may take awhile for that epacket delivery.
    But i can say that they tested for me if works in Blueiris and onvif manager ,also it has POE , so is a good think i want hard wire and powered ,not on wifi or batteries. The wifi wireless chime i guess is should be fine too.
     
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    So do those cameras work with any wireless chimes?
     
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    Not sure, i am still waiting for mine to arrive.
    But the unit that i got is defective, check link in post 80.
    They will send me a replacement one, but i am not going to install it! I may just go with Ring and give up the poe/onvif for the 1080p that Ring has.
    The seller at Ali said that they are working on a version with poe/onvif and to be 1080p and 2,3 mega pixel and up. Also they will perfect the app for ios and android But who knows when will be on the market
    or if still be any good.
     
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    Yeah I may do that too.
     
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    I think I'm going to get the doorbird. It seems to be the only one which has poe, onvif, works with blue iris, has a wireless chime, and seems reliable. Will post my findings when I get it and install it.
     
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    Ordered one during their 11/11 sale yesterday.
    Will let you guys know how well it works when it arrives.

    Info on the domoticz forum indeed suggests it supports ONVIF: IP Video Door Bell - Atz-dbv01p - Domoticz
    There is also a link to the source code of the apps and technical API documentation there, with the catch that the latter is in Chinese.
     
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    I may stay away from 720p video door bells, image not really good.
     
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    Well I got the doorbird and got it installed. Is POE and built well. Not using ONVIF but it does it. It works perfectly with my electric door chime and with my security tablets and phones. Quirky IR with it only coming on when the doorbell is pushed but other than that it works fine. Hoping future firmware updates fix that along with a couple other minor issues. Also have the doorbird in Blue Iris as a security camera. Only issue I did not like was that there is no way to pick a static ip and it has to be connected to the internet. So far not a big deal.
     
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    Is it not possible to use the Doorbird without an internet connection? I keep all of my cameras on an isolated VLAN which can only communicate with my BlueIris server. I don't trust them enough for internet access
     
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    Yeah I do the same with my cameras and actually had to do a separate Van for the doorbird. I'm goin to email them asking about that and a couple other things and will post their reply.