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[Perks] TP-Link Kasa KC115 Spot Pan & Tilt 1080p Smart Camera $59 (C&C / + Delivery) @ JB Hi-Fi


$40 off via the unique JB Hi-Fi perks code. Not quite as cheap as the previous cheapest $55.20 boxing day price, but a good price nonetheless.

Good cameras, running the Kasa Smart app, connect to Google Home, Alexa etc.

To redeem online enter your code in the 'Coupon code' box at checkout.
*This coupon is unique and can only be used once. Offer valid for online transactions until 11/09/22, offer cannot be extended. Valid for TP-Link Kasa KC115 Pan & Tilt 1080p Smart Camera (SKU: SKU: 476768) only. Coupon cannot be used in conjunction with any other coupon offer and the coupon cannot be used in conjunction with any negotiated price. Offer while stocks last. Excludes delivery charges. $40 off will be calculated from the current promotional price. Offer can be redeemed by visiting, adding the specified product to your shopping cart and entering the coupon code number in the box provided at checkout.
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  • Does it work on Blue Iris?

    • -2

      No RTSP or ONVIF support

      • +3

        yes , you can,

        For high quality stream1: rtsp://IP Address/stream1

        For low quality stream2: rtsp:// IP Address/stream2

        software to use iSpy or VLC

        • -2

          Which is it, RTSP or no RTSP?
          Different advice.

          • +1

            @Jessie Ryder: Do your own search then?


            The Tapo camera supports the RTSP protocol, so it can work with third-party NVR or NAS devices that also support the RTSP protocol. If a user wants to view the live stream of the camera with a third-party app like VLC Player, he will just need to input the URL of the RTSP stream on the VLC Player app.

            The URL of the RTSP live stream for the Tapo cameras will be:

            For high quality stream1: rtsp://IP Address/stream1

            For low quality stream2: rtsp:// IP Address/stream2

            • @String name: TP link makes two series of cameras.
              Tapo cameras: Yes to RTSP
              Kasa cameras: ??? - Google is your friend

              • @CacheHunter: @lint yep. Brain fart.

                I'm 100% aware of the two arms but didn't verify the search result …


            • @String name: That's for the Tapo camera, not the Kasa one in this deal. Tp-Link has two different smart home brands and they're not compatible with each other.

  • +3

    I tried a few different models of these types of cameras before I settled on the Reolink. E1 Zoom (5mp). In each case, the camera was pretty good, but let down by the software. I got the Reolink for $81 from DickSmith (must have been on special).

    Reolink's software is much better, can blank out parts of the image to ignore motion etc, also has FTP upload which a much better experience than RTSP for motion recording.

    • I am using Reolink E1 Pro as a baby monitor and pretty happy with it.

    • The last Reolink deal only got 3 votes, not sure why these TP-Link Kasa cams are so popular on here

  • Anyone know if I can disable the noisy tilt motion detection motor? And just have fixed position?

    • +5

      Just set it to your wanted fixed position and then ignore the pan/tilt option.

    • In the Tapo camera settings you must have the "follow motion" or something similar to that option enabled.

    • Always an awkward moment when the person you're spying on hears the motor…

  • Serious question but is there any known security issues with this? Like people being able to hack the cam and see inside the house?

  • +4

    Got two of these, work great as a baby cam and there is a HACS integration for HA control.

  • I own both Tapo and Kasa version of this camera, they are both quite good in terms of night video quality and device reliability.

    The best thing is TP link camera does not 'chew'/corrupt sd card.

    There is another version you can buy if you do not have perks code, they are the same…

    • That link is OOS

    • yeah i got tapo cameras and initially thought this was tapo but its tplink.
      i just want to get another tapo cam so can just access it all in the one app so will monitor for any deals

    • +1

      So which app is better - tapo or kasa? I have the tapo - its pretty good and snappy.

      • Tapo is more common - kasa seems to be degraded?

        • I thought Tapo is meant to be cheaper alternative?

          • @y2k: Exactly, Kasa is the better and more expensive version.

  • My order only reduces by $10 to $89

    Any tips pls?

    • +1

      did you get an email from Jbhifi perks for a specific code? you have to use that, not the $10 code.

    • Use a $40 off code from here if you don't have one in your email.

      • Done. Thanks

  • I actually want one or two of these type of cameras for inside.
    Have 6 Hikvision cameras around the outside and definitely want something more inside too.

    I think a couple of these in the open plan, hallway- kitchen- dining- lounge, which would cover anything from front door to back sliding door and patio if it senses motion and can pan from don't door to back door??

    Is this the type of set up best for that??

  • Anyone know which is better, tapo c210 or this? I just bought c210 for same price, tempted to return it and get this if this is better..

    • Just checked.. no stocks around me. I guess that answers it for me. Did a quick scan and they compare quite similar in features, but saw this one has 2MP vs tapo c210 has 3MP.

      • Where did you get the c210 for $59? Thanks

        • I got it for $53, got lucky actually.. I tried price matching this

          which was c210 from UK for $53. But the JB hi-fi guy said they can't price match this, but then saw another one from Amazon AU (I think c200) for $65 and said they can price match that. I said forget it I can just buy the cheaper UK one from Amazon, and because I was already buying other stuffs from JB for $250, they decided to price match the UK one. :)

  • Does this have free motion tracking? I noticed the Tapo C200 version requires a paid subscription to enable motion tracking, which sound stupid as heck.

    • Just like printer, sell cheap but make money in ink/toner. This would make money at subscription.

  • Can these be ceiling mounted?

    • yes

    • +1

      Yes, I've done that with mine.

      • Did you have to install a powerpoint in the ceiling to plug the camera power into? I imagine a sparky can easily run a cable from a nearby ceiling light instead of using power from the power circuit

        • +1

          Yes, I replaced one of my AC powered downlights with the Kasa cam

  • thanks op

  • Any thoughts on which security camera would be good for traveling? Something that is quick and easy to setup to a new wifi at an Airbnb/Stayz (good software that will link to phone and copy wifi/password)…

    I've thought of using a baby monitor with a dedicated screen but they can be expensive, take up more space and I prefer a higher def picture, wide lens etc.

  • bought one, will use in the living room

  • +1

    Thank you. I have been looking for a good Kasa deal last couple of days.

    I already have Kasa KC300.

  • Pick mine up today at JB HiFi Osborne Park. Installed it, all good. Not bad for $59.

  • How can I join JB Perks please?

  • Out of curiosity, does anyone know of the pros and cons of this kasa kc115 over the tapo c200?

    There's no cc stock of this one nearby and the c200 is on Amazon for cheaper delivered

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