The Vivotek CC8160 is a 180 panoramic network camera capable of recording in 1920 x 1080 (2 Megapixel) resolution at a full 30 frames per second. The Vivotek CC8160 features a 180° panoramic view with no dead angles, producing wall to wall coverage.
The design of the camera allows it to blend into most indoor environments for discreet surveillance. The camera is designed to be mounted on either a wall or counter to easily capture faces at an eye level. The WDR Enhancement feature is ideal for environments with bright or dark lighting. It works by taking the brightest part of the image and combining it with the darkest part to create a single, balanced image.
A built-in microphone with an effective range of 5 meters / 15 feet further enhances the level of security by giving the user the opportunity to monitor and record audio. The Vivotek CC8160 features the industry standard H.264 video compression allowing for more storage and conservation of bandwidth.
This camera is powered by POE 802.3AF, which makes installation as easy as running a single Cat-5E cable (please note that you will need a POE Injector to power this camera). Topping off the vast list of features is a 32 channel Vivotek IP recording software with a user-friendly interface, making the initial setup an easy task.
Vivotek CC8160 Features:
- 2 Megapixel CMOS Image Sensor
- 1920 x 1080 Video Resolution
- 30 Frames Per Second Recording
- PoE 802.3AF Compliant
- 1.66mm Fixed Lens
- 180° Angle of View
- Discreet Design
- 0.22 Color Lux Rating
- H.264 Video Compression
- Remote Accessible
- Built-in Microphone
- 4 Simultaneous Video Streams Supported
- Compact Design
- Includes 32 Channel Recording Software
Vivotek CC8160 Specification
CC8160 Demo Video
This IP camera is PoE (power over Ethernet) compliant which allows the installer to run a single CAT-5e cable to provide both power and data connectivity to the camera. CCTV Camera Pros supplies the following PoE injectors and PoE network switches which are compatible with this camera.
Please refer to these diagrams, to learn more about how to wire IP cameras using a PoE injectors or a PoE switch.