USB Wifi Wireless Adapter, 150Mbps Dongle - connect Dahua DVR / NVR via Wifi

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  • Operates with most Dahua Technology and EZ-IP XVRs / DVRs / NVRs and Dahua Technology OEMs like X-Security, Qvis iApollo models, IC Realtime - please refer to below
  • Turns all your non wifi devices into wifi compatible devices (depending on user interface) - e.g. set top boxes, android boxes, older computer and laptop models etc.
  • Plug and Play connection to your Wifi
  • Compatible with IEEE 802.11b & IEEE 802.11n
  • Supports speeds up to 150 Mbps, depending on distance and interference
  • Supports security encryption, IEEE 802.1x & 802.11i authentication, TKIP / AES encryption, 64/128-bit WEP encryption, WPA2-PSK
  • USB 2.0 interface (compatible to USB 2.0 or higher)
  • Supports distances of up to 100 meters (open space)**
  • Supports Windows 10 / 8.1 / 8 / 7 / ME / 2000 / XP / Vista, Linux and Mac
  • Seamlessly compatible with 802.11b/g/n devices

How to check if your Dahua DVR / NVR / XVR is compatible: log in to main menu and got to "Network" (under settings or bottom row of icons). If there is a function "WIFI" in the link list on the left-hand side you are set and your model is most likely compatible*.

If you are unsure please contact us.

The simple way to connect your DVR / NVR to the internet via Wi-Fi:

Simply plug the wifi dongle into a free USB port of your DVR / NVR, select your Wifi and type in your Wifi passwort - ready to connect!

Works with neary all wifi routers, incl. Three, Vodafone, Meteor, Eir.

No need to wire, simple plug and play operation.

Works with most of our Dahua DVRs / NVRs / XVRs (previous and current), EZ-IP and also with most of our X-Security DVRs / XVRs / NVRs.

Technical Specifications

Hardware

Main Chipset

Ralink RT5370

Host interface

USB 2.0/1.1 Type A

LED

Link/ Activity

RF Performance

Standards

IEEE802.11b/g & 802.11n (1T1R mode, 150Mbps)

Antenna

2dBi undetachable antenna

Operation Frequency

2412~2483.5 MHz (varies according to different regions).

 

Typical Tx Power (E.R.I.P)

802.11b (CCK)11Mbps: 19+/-1dBm; 802.11g (OFDM) 54Mbps:

16+/-1dBm

802.11n (HT20@MCS7), 15+/-1dBm; 802.11n (HT40@MCS7),15+/-1dBm

 

Receive Sensitivity

802.11b: -86+/-1dBm; 802.11g: -74+/-1dBm

802.11n (HT20), -70+/-1dBm; 802.11n (HT40), -70+/-1dBm

Software Support

Operation System

WindowsCE/2000/XP/Vista/7; Linux 2.6.X; Mac OS X

Security

WEP 64/128bit , WPA, WPA2, 802.1x, and 802.11i,Cisco CCS Compliant

Operation conditions

Voltage Range/Current

DC 5.0V ± 5% / <160mA

Temperature

Operation: -10°C - 60°C; Storage:-20°C - 70°C

Humidity(Non-Condensing)

Operation: RH 95%; Storage : RH 95%

Physical Specification

Dimensions

(Main body)16.4x14.7x58mm

Net Weight

9.8 g

*Even though the Wi-Fi feature is displayed in the network menu of your DVR / XVR / NVR there is a slight chance the Wi-Fi feature is not enabled or suppressed, especially in OEM versions. We have tested the Wi-Fi adapter on most Dahua, EZ-IP and X-Security recorders with the Wi-Fi Feature available in the user interface, but if you should experience any issues, please get in touch with us. If it doesn't work for you, you can simply return the dongle within 30 days of purchase and we will refund all money paid.

Tips and Hints:

Connect the Wi-Fi adapter to any free USB interface of your DVR / XVR / NVR. Preferred interface would be one at the back of the recorder (directly soldered to the main board), but any other USB port should do as well.
It may take 1 to 2 minutes until the Wi-Fi Adapter is recognised and all available SSIDs are visible in the recorder's interface. If after two minutes still no SSIDs are listed, please hit the "refresh" button.
To connect to a secured Wi-Fi network you need to make sure to put in the password in the exact way, otherwise the recorder may return an error message "connection failed". In that case unplug and re-plug the Wi-Fi adapter from the USB port and repeat the setup. In worst case a factory default may be required. This is not an issue with the Wi-Fi adapter, but a firmware issue with the recorder.

**The maximum transmitting distance is highly dependable on any obstructions between the Wi-Fi source and DVR / NVR / XVR. Max. 100m are reachable with a strong Wi-Fi signal from your Wi-Fi router and no obstructions in between router and Wi-Fi adapter. In closed buildings the general rule is: a standard brick wall or standard ceiling between Wi-Fi router and Wi-Fi adapter is suitable, two or more walls / ceilings may deteriorate the Wi-Fi signal too much so it is not suitable for real time video transmission.
In that case we would recommend to use a powerline adapter to connect your recorder to your internet router.

Known issues:

The Wi-Fi feature is not available in Dahua Technology XVR S2-Series and NVR S2 Series.

The following Dahua Technology firmware versions have issues to identify USB Wi-Fi Adapters:
•    I series may have issues to detect USB Wi-Fi Adapters
•    I2 series, Firmware version V4.001.0000000.2.R.200529 (Built-Date: 20-05-29) is not compatible with USB Wi-Fi Adapters

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