Please Note: The IP8330 is no longer manufactured, please refer to the Vivotek Bullet camera page for a replacement.
The Vivotek-IP8330 Low Light Bullet Camera has an incredible low light Lux rating of 0.1, which allows the camera to maintain a high quality color image in darker environments. The Vivotek-IP8330 Low Light Bullet Camera can record at a staggering 60 frames per second in 640 x 480 VGA resolution, providing a smooth image even with high speed objects.
The Removable IR Cut Filter enables the camera to block out infrared lighting and only allow visible light to pass through. Protecting the camera against outdoor environments is the IP66 rated housing that can withstand rain, dust and temperatures as low as -4°F. The Vivotek-IP8330 uses H.264 video codec to reduce file size and conserve bandwidth.
The camera can be powered by 12V-DC or 24V-AC and is compliant with POE 802.3af. A Micro SD / SDHC card slot allows for the recording of video clips and snapshots locally. Another great feature is the ability to be remotely accessed by web browser or 3GPP mobile device, keeping you connected 24 hours a day. It includes a 32 channel Vivotek central management software and is compatible with NUUO IP Camera Software.
- Fixed 4mm Lens
- 640 x 480 resolution at 60FPS
- 1/4" CMOS image sensor
- Removable IR-Cut filter
- 49 foot IR range
- Compatible with NUUO IP Software
- POE 802.3af compliant
- IP66 rated weatherproof housing
- Micro SD / SDHC card slot
- Includes Vivotek 32ch Central Management Software
- ONVIF support
- Tampering detection
- Dual voltage 12V-DC / 24V-AC
- Remote accessible
- H.264, MJPEG and MPEG4 video compression
Vivotek-IP8330 Quick Installation Guide
Included in the box
PoE for IP Camera
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.