No network set up yet? No problem. The Triplett CamView IP Pro + 8071 works with both IP and analog SDA cameras to allow you to test, verify, and troubleshoot cameras, cables, and networks--even before the network is set up, or even before the power is set up. It works with the most popular IP (must be ONVIF compliant) and analog NTSC/PAL, AHD, and HD-TVI cameras. It also works with or without a network. The built-in DHCP server allows you to set and assign IP adresses to cameras, auto-detect IP settings on networks, as well as ping, sniff, and list subnet. The CamView 8071 powers IP cameras without the need for external PoE and powers analog cameras--12 VDC @ <2A. IP camera tests include: discover the camera, view camera's video, configure camera's parameters, and more. You can also record, save, and export full IP camera reports. Features analog camera test and RS485 PTZ control test. Ethernet tests include: 10M/100M/1G Ethernet link test, packet loss test, and Ethernet loop detection. The Triplett CamView IP Pro + 8071 is compact, lightweight, and ruggedized for real-world use, with an intuitive interface without the need to download apps or manufacturer-specific software. So no matter which job you’re on, you’ll get it done faster. Currently located in beautiful New England, Triplett has developed and produced high-quality test equipment and tools for over 100 years. They stand behind every product. If you have any questions, or need service or repair, call their Technical Support Hotline at 1-800-Triplett. Triplett always loves hearing from customers.
Test, verify, and troubleshoot ip and ntsc/pal, ahd, and hd-tvi analog cameras, cables, and networks even before the network is setup
On-board dhcp server lets the tester assign a temporary ip address to the camera so you can log in and set it even if the regular network isn't wired yet
Tester provides power to both ip and analog cameras
Capture camera settings, snapshots, and video for reports
Full-featured network and Ethernet cable testing, including ping, sniff, and list subnet