This security camera system from Productive Electronics provides you with IP Wireless/Wired Internet Surveillance from a PTZ Infrared camera. Night vision and remote pan/tilt/zoom/rotate, plus high-sensitivity microphone. Easily installs via wireless system or wired cable. Software included.
IR night vision (Range: 3~5m).
Transmits remote video on the IP network.
Multi-level users management and passwords definition.
Embeded Web Server for users to visit by IE.
Alarms on motion detection.
It's really got the grit:
Powerful high-speed video protocol processor.
High-sensitivity 1/4" CMOS sensor.
Optimized MJPEG video compression for transmission.
Wireless network (Wi-Fi/802.11/b/g) mobile.
Dynamic IP (DDNS) and UPnP LAN and Internet (ADSL,Cable Modem).
One-way (I/O) alarm connection.
One-way Audio surveillance.
Support remote system update.
Works with many network protocols:
System requirements: CPU: 2.0GHz or above Memory: 256M or above Network Card: 10M or above Display Card: 64M or above Operating System: Windows2000 / Windows XP / Windows Vista.
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The IP Internet Camera System allows you to monitor property day and night. Visually.
The Internet camera in this system supports dynamic IP addressing, for even better security. Its IR night vision function allows you to see what's going on, even in the dark. Its remote control function allows you to rotate the camera to different direction, and you can zoom in and out to view near or distant objects. This is really an integrated wireless IP Camera solution. It combines a high quality digital video Camera with network connectivity and Web server to bring images to your desktop.
The high quality video image can be transmitted with 30fps speed on the LAN/WAN by using MJPEG hardware compression technology.
Hidden Camera Tips
A hidden camera can be a great asset, especially if you use it properly. Here's some free information to help you do just that.
Don't announce you've installed a hidden camera. This may sound obvious, but it's a rule many people break.
Keep the existence of the camera on a "need to know" basis. The fewer people who know, the better.
If installing a camera in a bathroom or other normally private location (due to drug use, vandalism, etc.), consult an attorney about privacy violation issues first.
Take a cue from Realtors. Location, location, location. It's critical you install the camera where it can be concealed, but also where its viewing field won't be inadvertently blocked by people standing in front of it. It also needs to be fairly accessible for such things as retreiving the flashdrive, recharging the battery, cleaning the lens, etc.
Run a test once you've installed it. You may need to adjust angle, ambient lighting, height, focus, etc., to get the kind of footage you want.
Develop a schedule for accessing it without revealing that it's there. Obviously, pulling the flashdrive out of the breakroom monitoring camera during lunchtime isn't going to work.