The hardware vendor systems and wired and wireless networks, TRENDnet, has expanded its portfolio of IP cameras with model TV-IP262PI, a dome night vision / of daytime 2 megapixel, with PoE and SecurView Pro software, that captures high-quality video.
TRENDnet has announced the availability of the Internet Dome Camera Night Vision / day PoE 2 megapixel, modelo TV IP262PI, to capture images of high quality video. The new TV-IP262PI, with tamper proof design, provides crisp video with resolution 1280 x 1024 px (H.264 compression format) in complete darkness for distances up 12 meters (40 feet).
The user only has to move the camera from side to side and tilt up and down to fix its final viewing position. This dome camera does not need to be installed close to a power source, since both the power and data are received through an Ethernet cable (PoE technology). The integrated wiring also facilitates mounting on the wall or ceiling and white housing color suits almost any environment. The user can define up to three motion detection windows with email alerts, snapshot images and "triggers" continuous recording. So you can schedule recording sessions and establish "places" video storage with Samba client support.
The IP dome camera TV-IP262PI also incorporate features two-way audio (microphone and loudspeaker provided separately), text including day / time, overlay mask for "sensitive areas" and ability to image rotation.
This new model is compatible with mobile devices, via free apps for Apple and Android TRENDnet, and allows for recording programs or use the camera management software company SecurView Pro.
Additional Features SecurView Pro software:
- Administration to 32 Trendnet cameras
- Compatibility with Windows and Microsoft Server 2008
- Support for multiple languages
- Advanced controls for camera display
- Allows programmed recordings by motion detection
- Overlay by date and time
- Overlay mask for sensitive areas
- Recording real time data
- Advanced search tools Archived Videos
- Map camera: allows you to place icons position cameras on an image, as for example in the plane of a floor
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