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IPCamPower 21.5" 1080p PoE Powered Spot Monitor with Built-In 8 Ch. Video Decoder IP Camera Viewer

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Finally, a PoE-powered monitor with a built-in 8-channel ONVIF-compliant video decoder to display your IP cameras! That's right. This 21-and-a-half inch spot monitor can be powered with an Ethernet cable using Power over Ethernet. All you’ll need to do is run a network cable to the monitor and use a PoE switch or injector for power. This is going to allow you to have up to 330 foot cable runs for your monitor. No more taking up space at your outlets or calling expensive electricians to extend your power connections.

That's pretty cool in and of itself, but we've taken this one step further. There is now an integrated 8-channel video decoder built directly into the monitor. It's preconfigured, so that all you have to do is plug in your monitor and turn it on. Navigate to the menu, add up to 8 security cameras on the same local network as the monitor, and you have an all-in-one camera viewing solution using only one Ethernet cable. The decoder uses the ONVIF protocol to pull in the camera feeds, so it will work with almost all brands of IP cameras. Pretty cool, right?

Some of the other impressive specs on this monitor include a USB power output, a second HDMI port, and a VGA port, so you can use your spot monitor for multiple purposes. This just might be the simplest, most efficient, and most flexible spot monitor on the market. Is that a big claim? Maybe so. But once you learn more about this monitor, I think you'll agree with us.

Here's a case study featuring several of the potential uses of the PoE-powered monitor

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Product Specs

The dimensions of the IPCP PoE-Powered Monitor
Brand IPCamPower
Resolution FullHD 1080p
IP Channels Supported 8
Power Supply PoE+
Video Input (2) HDMI; (1) VGA
Audio Input (1) Mic input
Audio Output Built-in speakers
USB Output Power output only
Diagonal Screen Size 21.5"
Dimensions 20.875" x 12.625"
Weight 12.05 lbs
PoE Requirements PoE+ (30W) minimum
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Hello, I'm going to be installing NVR Cameras and spot monitors on a network of When I set up the NVR I gave the Ethernet port a static of and then tried to set the camera ports within the same .5 subnet. It wouldn't allow those ports on the same network so I used the default it had of 172.16.0.x
Now my cameras are all assigned ip addresses in the 172.16.0.x. How can I get my cameras on the network.
Hey Mick,

If the cameras are plugged into the POE ports on the NVR they have to be on a completely different subnet than the main network. Unfortunately it's not possible to have them on the same range as the LAN IP address on the NVR. However, if you need to access the cameras web interface to adjust settings you can by going to the Web Interface of the NVR then going to Setup->Camera then click the "Access" link to take you directly to the cameras web interface.
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