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TOSHIBA IK-WR12A 1600x1200 MAX Resolution RJ45 IP Network Megapixel Dome with Extreme Low Light Capabilities

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  • Wired Camera
  • RJ45
  • 1/3.2-inch CMOS
  • 1600x1200 MAX Resolution

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The IK-WR12A is weatherproof and vandal-resistant. It has an IP66 rating, meaning that its electronics are protected against dust, water/moisture/ humidity, and impact. It will also detect tampering by blockage or spray paint. Install it with confidence in high-risk schools, jails, retail, parking lots, warehouses, airports, or anywhere outdoors. The advanced codec technology allows you to easily view, control, and manage all networked cameras using a standard web browser or Toshiba's surveillance management software from any networked computer.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 2 years
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  • Jeffrey S.
  • 3/4/2012 12:13:48 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNot a very good IP camera, but it could be!

Pros: Okay overall image quality... in the daylight. Large resolution images.

Cons: The most awful GUI setup experience you'll ever encounter. Took hours to try to get motion detection to work, and it's still very buggy. VERY unfriendly user interface. You have to enable motion detection, then setup a profile for motion detection, then setup an event setting, then setup the server setting, the setup the media setting, then setup the trigger event setting, then you only have 20 seconds of recording or 5 meg per video posibille per detected motion event. I've got 5 TB of recording storage. I'd like to record as much as I'd like, thank you. A measly 20 seconds of recording is worthless. I'm looking forward to a LOT of changes in the next firmware upgrade. 99% of the problems I'm encountering can be fixed. I would NOT purchase another one of these with these bugs. Also, when the IR LED's are turned on, there's a horrible reflection that is created in the plastic dome, which makes any images being recorded almost worthless. You can't see anything when the IR is enabled

Other Thoughts: Think twice before purchasing this camera. It's not that great in the dark. If you took the dome off, it would be much better, but then you loose your weather proofing. NOT worth the almost $700 for a measly 2 megapixel IP camera. It should be more like 8 MP. My $150 cell phone has a 8MP camera. Very disappointed Toshiba!

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  • Robert W.
  • 6/22/2011 8:53:50 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsQuality product, that missed it by that much ...

Pros: Very high resolution, works well in low light (ie porch light), IR, supports both POE or general connect. Supports SD/SDHC Card. Very robust web based software package.

Cons: Lacks hardware focus, pan and tilt. Wire bundle gets in the way. Once you set it up forget it!

Other Thoughts: So, I'm falling apart in my old age, figured installing a few cameras at the doors would cut down and the stair climbs.

So I ran the POE before the cameras arrived (Figured that running CAT5 was easier than 110V), simple CAT5e exiting through a small hole in the wall.

But, when the cameras arrived I discovered a wire bundle 30 inches long at least half inch in diameter, not easily seperated without voiding the warranty. So, I had to incorporate a 3 gang electrical outlet boxes for each camera into my design.

Still need to find a lower powered mic / speaker box to attach to the cameras.

Toshiba: it would be nice if you included a replacement wire bundle; six inches of cat5 and mic/headphone jack only. And also market or tell a fool where to buy a small companion mic /speaker box.

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