TN900RW is quite a sizeable IP camera, measuring 105 x 128.6 x 125.5 mm. Those expecting this camera to be a discreet solution should look elsewhere, TN900RW is bulky and although constructed of plastic the unit feels rather sturdy. This size is needful to accommodate the adept PTZ motor.
TN900RW is quite a bulky camera
TN900RW uses a 1/3" progressive scan CMOS sensor which outputs a maximum of 1280x720 and 30FPS. Were pleased to see that Compro has included HD support with this version and have also packed in 12x Infrared LEDs for night vision functionality of up to 10m.
Our lens also delivers 10x digital zoom and a shutter speed of 1/5 ~ 1/16000 sec.
1/3" progressive scan CMOS sensor and 12 IR LEDs
Having PTZ functionality, TN900RW can pan 340° in a horizontal motion whilst 100° in a vertical movement to give plenty of coverage. Another feature which comes in handy with TN900RW is the two-way audio option, the unit has a speaker system and microphone fitted for this purpose. Compression in this particular regard uses G.711 PCM 64Kbit/sec.
PTZ functionality allowing horizontal and vertical movement
At the back of TN900RW there are an assortment of different ports and options. The following are available:
LAN port (10/100 Base-T)
MIC input / Audio output
USB port for use with USB 802.11n wireless adapter
WPS and Reset button
Micro SDHC slot
DC 5V port
In order to use the camera wirelessly the adapter needs to be plugged into the slot at the back. When plugged in, the wireless adapter flashes erratically unfortunately this cannot be disabled.
Ports and options at the back
Finally, the underside of TN900RW features a QR code which after a quick scan performs an install and a spec label detailing the serial number and other critical information.
There are four incisions for use with the metal plate which Compro include this is for mounting purposes and allows the camera to be attached to walls or ceilings.
Mounting options underneath