Grandstream GXV3601_HD (High Definition) surveillance IP Camera

Grandstream GXV3601_HD (High Definition) surveillance IP Camera

0eaeb Customer Analytics 41H0D8VZh6L. SL160  Grandstream GXV3601 HD (High Definition) surveillance IP Camera

  • High resolution 2 Megapixels CMOS sensor and premium lens to ensure high fidelity picture quality
  • Support advanced real-time H.264 (with multi-streaming-rate) and Motion JPEG at 720P resolution, variable bit rate & frame rate, and video watermark
  • Support sensor alarm input, replay output, USB, SD, integrated Power-over-Ethernet (802.3af), and 24MB pre-/post-even recording buffer
  • Built-in high performance streaming server to allow 6+ simultaneous HD viewers
  • Embedded video analytics, SIP/VoIP support for full duplex two-way audio as well as video streaming to mobile phones and video phones

The GXV3601_HD is a next generation High Definition (720P) IP camera of extraordinary power and innovation. It features cutting edge H.264, real-time video compression (720P resolution) with excellent image clarity, industry leading SIP/VoIP for full duplex 2-way audio and video streaming, integrated PoE, embedded analytics, large pre-/post-event recording buffer, and advanced security protection. It supports the most comprehensive peripheral interfaces for alarm control, local storage expansion, and wireless network connection. The GXV3601_HD can be managed with GSurf, Grandstream’s FREE video management software.
Features & Benefits
?Support e-PTZ function
?Support IE and Firefox for network preview
?Built-in high performance streaming server to allow up to 16 simultaneous D1 viewers or 25 CIF viewers
?Combine with GSurf software to support remote viewing, controlling and recording of up to 36 cameras from anywhere on the Internet or corporate network.( GSurf Free Download)
Feature Specifications
Video Compression H.264, JPEG, Motion JPEG
Image Sensor Aptina 2-Megapixel 1/3.2″ CMOS sensor, 1,600H x 1,200V, with low noise levels and low-light sensitivity
Lens Type 1/3″, 3.5-8mm, F1.4, Mega Manual-Iris, CS
Day & Night No
Minimum Illumination (Lux) 0.5 Lux at F1.2
Sensibility 1.0V/lux-sec (550nm)
Max Video Resolution 1,600 x 1,200
Max Frame Rate in Max Resolution 20fps for 1,600×900, 25fps for 1,280×720, 30fps for 800×450
Audio Input 3.5mm LINE-IN, built-in microphone
Audio Output 3.5mm LINE-OUT
Alarm Input Yes – 1, Normal Open
Alarm Output Yes – 1, 125VAC/0.5A, 30VAC/2A
Audio Compression G.711, G.726
Serial Ports RS485
IRIS Control Manual Iris
Pre-/post-alarm Buffer 24MB
Snapshots Trigger upon events, send via email/FTP
Multi-streaming-rate for Preview & Recording Yes
Security Video watermark, HTTPS, Password
Power over Ethernet (PoE) Standard, IEEE 802.3af Class 3
SIP/VoIP Support Yes

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  1. B. Pearce says:
    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Definitely not recommended., May 13, 2011
    B. Pearce

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    This review is from: Grandstream GXV3601_HD (High Definition) surveillance IP Camera (Electronics)


    + Good image quality even at the max res of 1600×1200.
    + Smooth video at high resolution with relatively little bandwidth consumption (thanks to h264 encoding).
    + Better than average lens (it even has a manual iris and some small manual zooming capability).


    - It stops responding to web requests after several hours and needs physically power-cycled. This kills it for practically all purposes. Maybe I got faulty hardware, or the latest firmware is unstable?
    - Setting the video resolution on the camera lower than native actually crops the video, so you won’t get the full field of view unless you have it at native resolution.
    - Cannot change the JPG compression level. A native resolution (1600×1200) picture is about 1 MB and a 640×480 picture is about 200kb. Even 320×240 is ~50kb. As such, pictures take roughly 5 to 10 times longer to transfer than they should.
    - The firmware it came with only allowed it to provide JPG pictures at 640×480. I had to upgrade the firmware to get 1600×1200 JPGs.
    - The firmware upgrade process does not let you upload a file through your browser. You have to point it at a server that has the firmware files (GrandStream provides one), then reboot the camera. The process isn’t foolproof and it took approximately 6 reboots before the camera managed to actually update its firmware.
    - Only Internet Explorer would play video. Firefox 4 couldn’t find the plugin. Maybe Firefox 3 would work. Also the plugin is unsigned so I had to change the internet security settings on every computer I wanted to install it on.

    Other thoughts:

    I want to try the previous firmware version to see if it lasts longer than a few hours, but apparently I have to set up a web server in order to do that. What a pain. I don’t have time for this!

    [Edit:] I managed to downgrade to the previous firmware using tftp and the stability issue is no longer an issue. However, I am stuck with low res JPG images again, which makes the camera next to useless for the intended purpose.

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