Tp-Link Tapo C200 motorized camera review and user guide

Tp-Link Tapo C200 motorized camera review
Tp-Link Tapo C200 motorized camera review

Some time ago I installed two surveillance cameras Tp-Link Tapo C200, and after a use of 2 weeks is something, I'm pretty sure this is a product that I can recommend. Tp-Link Tapo C200 motorized camera review

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Tapo C200 belongs to the category "SMART" or "CLOUD". This means that this camera is different from the classic IP cameras, for which a more complex installation and different router settings are needed, which hinders the success of a technical person in the installation and setup.

With Tapo C200 everything is super simple. You do not need knowledge, you do not even need a PC, because the installation is done from the Tapo application, on the phone.

The C200 is a PT or indoor room Pan and Tilt, that is, you can rotate left-right and up-down.

Are Night Vision, provided by some very strong infrared LEDs, which spread evenly throughout the infrared ray. The distance at which "infrared" infrared rays at night is about 9-10 meters.

Another important function is that of Card registration. This is why the Tapo C200 camera has a Micro SD slot that supports up to 128GB cards. The recording time I do not know exactly because it depends on the recording mode chosen, Continuous Recording or Motion Detection Recording. However, two weeks after the installation, the card did not fill, and when it is filled, there is the option of automatically rewriting the oldest records.

Interesting features and options included in a list:

  • Up-down and left-right engine room 114/360 degrees
  • 1080p resolution at 15 fps
  • Micro SD card registration, max 128GB (to be purchased separately)
  • Easy installation by application and Wi-Fi, without cables (has wi-fi)
  • Notifications directly on the phone upon detection
  • Alerts on the camera for detection
  • Microphone and speaker on the camera, sound both ways
  • Night Vision (infrared lights for night), radius almost 10 meters
  • 1 / 2.9 "sensor, F / 2.4 aperture, 4mm focal length, full frame equivalent = about 27mm
  • Watching recordings right from the phone - the recording viewer interface is very well done
  • 2,4GHz Wi-Fi, max 150Mbps

Advantages:

  1. Cheap, around 150 - 190 lei
  2. Extremely easy to use - with application
  3. Pan-Tilt motorization
  4. Infrared - 9 meters
  5. Micro SD Slot Card - 128GB
  6. Sound in both directions - voice call or push to talk
  7. In-app notifications on tel - at detection
  8. Alerts on camera to scare intruders - alarm sound on camera
  9. Cheap - yes
  10. JEFTINĂ - it is

Disadvantages:

  1. There is no model for the exterior
  2. It does not withstand temperatures below 0 degrees Celsius
  3. It can only be mounted in the area with wireless coverage

Tutorials / IP camera guides:

  1. Turns the phone into the surveillance camera
  2. Different IP cameras in an app on Android
  3. Reset IP Remote Hikvision IP Camera Password (CAUTION)
  4. Power cable net with PoE or Power Over Ethernet
  5. The phone, like the camera, with Perch
  6. Dahua PTZ camera surveillance motorized outdoor
  7. Hybrid NVR Hikvision, recording and managing IP cameras
  8. How we choose our video camera surveillance system

Video installation guide - Tp-Link Tapo C200 motorized camera review





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About Cristian Cismaru

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Comments

  1. Costi D said

    Hello. I hope you have an IGPR license, otherwise it's a big hassle.

  2. I'll take myself and I'll put some of mine in the country. And without the IGPR license, I do something about it.

  3. Cristian Silvoseanu said

    I know it may be wrong, but I would like to ask a question about iOS. I noticed that when switching to iOS 13 on an ipad tablet, the name of the mobile data operator no longer appears, but only the signal bars. Is this a bug or should it be?

  4. Do you know how to upload recordings or motion captures to the cloud?

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