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Security TOMTOP’s New Wireless IP Cameras for Home

The most pressing concern for families is how secure and safe their properties are. To alleviate this, TomTop has launched a new wireless IP camera, which supports WiFi and night vision.

This camera has a high speed, robust video protocol processor (2 G Hz) and is also water-resistant. It remotely views all the happenings, and records it real-time. The CMOS Sensor with a high sensitivity inches feature allows it to be used as a CCTV security camera. Its superior video and image quality, and WiFi network makes it suitable for using it as a motion detection alert device. The images can be sent to a FTP server through this feature. It is also a great option for outdoor surveillance.

Using the auto IR LED night vision option present in the WiFi Network camera, a picture can be snapped up to a height of 20 m or 60 ft. Various browsers, such as Firefox and Google and Internet Explorer can also be supported for recording and remote viewing. The camera also offers image snapshot and full screen. It has an inbuilt web server, with WPA2, WPA and WEP encryption. Transmission is achieved using MJPEG compression. Multilevel user management is achieved by making use of the password definition feature.

It can be easily installed using GUI and DIY processes. Its aluminum alloy design, lightweight structure (1.15 kg) and silver color makes it a very attractive device. The camera has a display resolution of 640 x 480 and a light frequency of 50 – 60 Hz. Its 2 G Hz processor can also be changed to 3 G Hz. It consumes about 5 Watts, and its power supply is DC5V. Memory size is 256 MB and has a 64 M or more display card. It also has a built-in microphone for coordinated audio. The camera can work efficiently with a DSL Modem with e-mail notices. Thus the camera with its multiple options is a highly suitable security monitoring device.

Source: http://www.tomtop.com

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