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  • 【UNDERWATER INSPECTION】The Sensor Units (Cameras) are made of 304 stainless steel and well designed to be used for permanent underwater deployment. It is suitable not only for above-water inspection like regular water-proof cameras do, but also underwater inspection applications, for example, swimming pool, aquarium, aqualculture farms, tunnels, etc.
  • 【SUPER COMPACT DIMENSION】The dimension of Sensor Unit is Ø1.16 x 2.24 inch, whch is much smaller than an iPhone mini (5.18 x 2.53 inch). This make it possible for discreetly mount in very tight places, such as the corner of a ceiling or machine, top of a telescopic pole, bottom of ship, piple inspection robotic, etc. 【REMOTE ACCESS】Unlike traditional analog closed inspection system, this is a open network inspection system. It supports live video view from a remote computer via WEB GUI or Client software, or from mobile App at no extra charge. The HD video can also be stored in local hard drives for further playback.
  • 【MODULAR SYSTEM】 This is a modularized inspection kit, including (1) four-channel Main Unit XVR04K and 2 Sensor Units MUWS90 or MUWS160. The Main Unit supports H.265/H.264 video compression and 4-channel HD1080P @30fps recording. It can connect up to four Sensor Units, provide onboard recording and HD display. MUWS90 offers 90° FOV and MUWS160 offers 160° FOV. In this Kit the cable between the each Sensor Unit and Main Unit is 33 feet.
  • 【WORRY FREE SERVICE】Worry free purchasing with 1-year warranty, Life-time software upgrade service and 24/7 US LOCAL GLOBAL Tech Support.
SKU: MUW0402-1S90-1S160C10B

LINOVISION Modular Camera System includes one four-channel Main Unit (the body of a camera) and up to four Sensor Units (lens and image sensor). With the super compact design, the sensor units can be discreetly mounted in very tight places, such as the corner of a ceiling or machine, top of a telescopic pole, bottom of ship, piple inspection robotic, etc. The Sensor Units are made of 304 stainless steel and compliant to IP68 wate-proof standard, it can be used for underwater inspection also (Salt water is not supported). In this Kit the cable between the each Sensor Unit and Main Unit is 33 feet.

Outstanding Features
  • HD1080P superior image quality, H.265/H.264 encoding
  • Super compact Sensor Unit, suitable for most highly discreet installations
  • 304 stainless steel and IP68 design for underwater use
  • 12 bright white LEDs with remote light control
  • Choice of 90º or 160º viewing angles
  • High performance Main Unit for recording & display & playback & remote access
  • Remote access via WEB / VMS Station / Mobile App / 3rd Party Integration

Why use a Modular Camera System?
  • For discreetly installations where regular cameras can not fit
  • Flexible combination of Sensor Units and Main Units
  • Suitable for indoor, outdoor, pipe and underwater deployment
  • More affordable multi-view inspection system

Applications

Underwater Insepction System, Under Vehicle Inspection, Pipe Inspection, Highly Discreet Surveillance in Retail Stores or Banks, Telescopic Pole Mount Surveillance, etc.

Underwater Inspection
  • The Sensor Units (Cameras) are made of 304 stainless steel.
  • Well designed to be used for permanent underwater deployment.
  • Suitable not only for above-water inspection like regular water-proof cameras do, but also underwater inspection applications, for example, swimming pool, aquarium, aqualculture farms, tunnels, etc.
Super Compact Sensor
  • The dimension of Sensor Unit MUWS160 is Ø1.16 x 2.24 inch and MUWS90 is Ø1.16 x 2.64 inch, whch is much smaller than an iPhone mini (5.18 x 2.53 inch).
  • It possible for discreetly mount in very tight places, such as the corner of a ceiling or machine, top of a telescopic pole, bottom of ship, piple inspection robotic, etc.
Remote Access
  • Unlike traditional analog closed inspection system, this is a open network inspection system.
  • It supports live video view from a remote computer via WEB GUI or Client software, or from mobile App at no extra charge.
  • The HD video can also be stored in local hard drives for further playback.

Choice of Sensor Units

Main Unit XVR04K Specifications

Applications

Underwater Inspection
Telescopic Integration
Pipe Inspection

Customer Reviews

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C. ONeill
Shows fish, duck and crab by a dock

I purchased the Linovision camera system with two cameras to see the wildlife under the water below a house on a dock. As both this product and this product category have very few reviews, the review below covers both this product and the broader product category.
Underwater camera categories: I considered four categories of underwater cameras: (1) ice fishing camera. Pros: the simplest option because the system includes everything you need to see underwater, although most systems require equipment purchased separately to record. Cons: uses large lithium battery. Large batteries are an advantage for outdoor use but a disadvantage for indoor use as they tend to be fire prone. Also, the monitor is small, again an advantage outdoors but not indoors; (2) trail camera in homemade waterproof housing made of PVC piping and clear acrylic disc (plans available online). Pros: inexpensive. Cons: A fair amount of work to build the housing and to download the camera images. Also, no real-time viewing; (3) GoPro camera or Google Nest camera with homemade PVC piping and coax wiring to surface to allow wireless signals to travel from above water to camera (plans available online). Pros: GoPro and Nest products have great software and support and easily pair with a phone or PC. Cons: figuring out the homemade wiring solution required for wireless access since wifi doesn’t work underwater; and (4) underwater CCTV/POE (Power over Ethernet) camera system, which is the category of this Linovision product and the one I chose. Pros: cameras are designed for prolonged underwater use and can be purchased with cable of the length required for the location. Cons: these looked technically complicated to set up and use and do not come with a complete system.
I chose this Linovision product as it was the only underwater camera CCTV system I found targeting users with limited needs and experience (i.e. those of us not already running a CCTV or POE system) and available on Amazon so that I could return it easily if I couldn’t get it running. In particular, the Linovision product comes with a DVR (digital video recorder) that already contains the needed software and hard drive for recording and lots of different cable connection types. This was an advantage for me since I didn’t already have a CCTV/POE system. Other CCTV/POE underwater camera-only products can be found by searching for ‘aquaculture underwater cameras’ – but most of these are way more than I needed – or ‘koi pond underwater cameras’. Amazon also offers Barlus underwater cameras, but the reviews made these sound really complicated to set up.
Adding monitor to system: The Linovision product does not come with a monitor. If you have a spare TV or monitor with VGA or HDMI connector and cable around, you can use those and you’re set. I didn’t have either, but I do have an old laptop. I bought an old HDMI cable from Goodwill (can also be purchased new on Amazon) and a $19 HDMI-to-USB video capture card (https://www.amazon.com/Capture-Broadcast-Streaming-Teaching-Conference/dp/B091NWB4RJ/ ) from Amazon. The Linovision system can transmit only 30 frames per second (fps) so there’s no advantage to paying for a more expensive video capture card that can transmit 60 fps at 1080. I downloaded free Open Broadcaster Software aka OBS (https://obsproject.com/). The OBS software has clear instructions and easily recognized my video capture card. Once you have a monitor or laptop-as-monitor attached to the Linovision DVR via HDMI or VGA cable, you can use the Linovision-included wired mouse attached to the DVR UBS port to go through the camera setup and customization. (The Linovision DVR can also be connected to a laptop or network via a LAN cable. I haven’t tried this route yet, and I don’t know if it would allow DVR set-up. Some PCs have HDMI ports, but usually these are output only and so can’t be used to take HDMI input directly from the DVR box into the PC.)
Connecting system parts: You will need a bunch of electrical outlets to run this system – each camera has two connections, one to the DVR and one to electric source, and the DVR and your monitor or PC will each need an electric outlet. (PoE systems need fewer outlets.) I run the wire from the underwater camera to the DVR out a window with no screen that has one corner with a loose enough fit to see daylight through it so I can still mostly close the window.
Selecting and mounting camera(s), part 1 - the water: Cameras selection and mounting depend on how clear the water is and how much wildlife is in the clear portion. If you have very clear water and lots of wildlife, it might be worth buying a higher quality camera, but for most situations the limiting factor is water clarity and a better camera is unlikely to get you higher quality images. Maximum light comes from putting the camera low in the water facing up, with the resulting images being primarily silhouettes. Having the camera higher in the water and facing down or o...

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