- Real Time Resolution: 720 x 576(PAL)
- High-Quality Audio Decode: G.711PCM 64kbps/G.726ADPCM 16-40kbps
- Image Resolution: D1/CIF/QCIF
- Power Supply: DC 12V
- Lens: 8mm
- IR LED: 36PCS
- System Standard: PAL
- Protocol Support: HTTP, TCP/IP, UDP, SMTP, ARP, PPPoE, DDNS, DHCP, FTP, SNMP
- Video File Formats: AV or AVI
- Work Temperature: 0°C ~ 60°C
Computer System Requirement:
- Operation System: Windows 2000 or Windows XP
- Memory: Above DDR 512MB
- Hard Disk: Above 40GB
- Resolution: Above 1024 x 768
- IP camera is a compact stand-along cameras that was built-in server. It can be monitor from anywhere all over the world real-timely through web browser, you just need to do is connecting the network cable, power adapter and do some simple settings, don't need to connect computer
- IP camera is the most advanced remote video monitoring product, which is easily to use and manage. The remote users just need to enter the IP address or domain name of the IP camera into browser, and then they can monitor the real time video, control Pan/Tilt, record and snapshot etc
- IP camera , install easily, and can be connected with the ADSL/CABLE MODEM directly, PPPoE match with DDNS to use independently or setting NAT functions on router or IP-sharing to monitor
- Built-in Web Server, supply Chinese-English version
- 0/100Mbps Fast Ethernet Network Access
- Support 32-Bit ARM9 RISC CPU
- Support Up to 20 Remote Viewers for each camera simultaneity
- Motion Detection, Email notification or scheduled image recording to FTP
- Frame rate and video compression can be set
- OSD and Time Label can be set
- The brightness / contrast / saturation are adjustable
- Supply a windows multitier software (1/4/6/9/16 are optional)
What Is IP Camera?
- Function: An IP camera is also called an IP network camera. It can be installed alone or in a group, and the quality of the images are better than analog. Used in video surveillance, an IP camera allows numerous cameras to be monitored and viewed from any location over the Internet. It simply requires access to a conventional Web browser. Each IP camera on a network has a unique network address and functions as a video server. There are a wide variety of protocols based on the camera type, including HTTP and TCP/IP.
- Facts: Before IP cameras came along, most video surveillance was done with Closed Circuit Television, or CCTV. This system required the use of analog cameras, videocassette recorders (VCR) and lots of coaxial cable strung from the cameras to the recording system. When charge-coupled device (CCD) sensors became available, the technology enables the production of digitized images. This is possible by converting light from images into electrons. Although the event brought the analog security industry into the age of the digital generation, the images were still transmitted by analog cables to videocassette recorders.
- When digital video recorders (DVR) were introduced, they could be linked directly to analog cameras. This not only made storage, search and retrieval of video images faster, but also created other efficiencies. When personal computers linked to a modem and networks were introduced, a new era was begun in the security and surveillance industry.
- Significance: Many IP cameras have processing units fully integrated into the housing of the camera.
- They also contained the software application necessary for communicating with the Web server. The system is very flexible because it does not require coaxial cables to connect the security network. Images from the IP camera can be viewed and managed from any location in the world as long as the user has access to the Internet. The camera can be configured to record images to any hard drive.
- Types: There are numerous types of IP cameras. The most common options are fixed dome, fixed body and PTZ cameras. Fixed dome cameras are enclosed in a dome-shaped shield. It is nearly impossible to ascertain where this type of camera is pointing. Fixed body cameras are usually enclosed in a rectangular housing; the direction the camera is pointing is quite obvious. Pan, Tilt and Zoom (PTZ) cameras are typically used for live monitoring. A PTZ camera can move up and down and left to right. It can also zoom in or out on a face, door or cash register.
- Benefits: In some cases you may already own most of the equipment needed to set-up a IP camera security network, such as a PC and access to the Internet. If the camera is placed in a large location, because the need for coaxial cable is eliminated, installation is easier. This can drastically reduce the cost when numerous cameras are installed, especially over a large area. The only wire need is the Ethernet connection or the CAT5e, which can provide the power and network connection. Stand-alone IP cameras include internal features, such as motion detectors and video analytics software.
- Disadvantages: IP cameras, on average, are more expensive than CCTV cameras. In addition, there are a limited number of IP camera manufacturers.. There is also an absence of standards in the industry. As a result, cameras have a variety of interfaces and video may be encoded using different technology. IP cameras can also consume a large amount of bandwidth. The technical nature of setting up an IP camera security network necessitates having a technician who is familiar with IP camera security systems.
- 1 x IP Camera
- 1 x Base Bracket
- 1 x AC Adapter
- 1 x User Manual