Disassemble Hikvision EZVIZ C1 720P IP Camera
The "panda" design Hikvision EZVIZ C1 is hot selling Home usage IP camera which can provide 720P (1280x960) resolution. Its unique stylish design has won Germany reddot design award. With six special separte lens design, it can capture crystal images during both day/night surveillance. Furthermore, you will be attracted to its amazing network functionality, it has built-in PIR motion sensor for motion detection, and included two high power infrared LEDs for night vision, Micro SD card for local video/image storage, supporting cloud storage for flexible usage. Hikvision offers advanced free applications for both iPhone and Android.
Now we are going to disassemble this mini IP camera, and this camera's construct is a bit sophisticated.
The Base is Ethernet, wifi module and power-based circuit board
The upper and lower ends of the link via cable ends are fixed with screws to prevent cable loose
MIC is fixed on the front panel
Copper ring is C1's wireless receiving antenna
From this figure, you can find that two infrared LEDs and photoelectric resistor, as well as PIR sensor are on this board.
In order to make internal parts firmly fixed and anti-interference, there is a metal board between the circuit board.
Lens fixed on a metal plate, and not embedded in the motherboard, but you can also see micro SD card slot
All parts together
Overall, compared with C2, C1 is relatively more "sophisticated", after all it doesn't adopt All-in-one motherboard design. This two board design can allow user adjust the viewing angle with ease, dual infrared LEDs can prolong night vision distance as well. For the cost, C1 is more expensive than C2.
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