Wireless Dome Camera with zoom lens.
2MP zoom CCTV Dome Camera 1080P
IST-002 Wireless CCTV Security 802.11b/g/n IP day/night, motion detection, E-mail notification software installed. DIY very easy to use. Dome shape.
15m Night vision with 2MP 2.8-12mm automatic zoom and focus lens
Live monitoring systems, CCTV camera systems recording to PC hard disk, ftp and motion detection. Detect movement and send E-mail in picture format. Fixed indoor CCTV security systems. View up to 64 wireless or RJ45 connected devices on one computer screen, on your LAN network at once. Connect as many IP cameras as needed to your systems IP security camera network. Use the Internet for monitoring via a DDNS gateway which has been pre-setup.
No software is needed to be installed on your PC. Software runs on CCTV camera. Camera can also function without the NVR, record direct to PC hard disk.
IST Series HD Wi-Fi High definition image quality security wireless IP dome cameras. These CCTV dome cameras connect to the WiFi network on 802.11b/g/n 150Meg bandwidth. Install with easy DIY QR Code scan software embedded on the camera.
Connect your Android software device or PC to view live streaming and recording in high definition HD. When motion is detected the dome device will record data on the on-board TF card for some models(cards not included) or your PC hard disk drive. Continuous recording can also be done with setting changes on the CMS (control management software) software installed.
All WiFi dome IP cameras will connect to a Wi-Fi router and can be setup to do live surveillance from any IP Smart Phone, Smart TV, Tablet, PC or Laptop computer.
The HD dome CCTV above allow for up to 15m night vision with the built-in LED light options. These dome CCTV cameras can be installed indoor and outdoor under roof for protection and surveillance. The indoor dome system can be used for monitoring hall ways, rooms, safes, fridges and all different kind of solutions required like for example a dome Nanny Camera.
This is a cost effective dome CCTV solution to protect, monitor and survey all possible areas around your home, farm and other properties. With a Internet connection on the property where the CCTV cameras will be installed, one can do live monitoring and image streaming to any other device in the world also connected to the Internet. We made sure that the DIY CCTV dome option is easy to use and smooth to setup for immediate use.
All packages include the necessary dome housing, cables, connectors, brackets, user manuals and power supplies needed to get the project started. For any additional network design, installations and setup of your wireless dome cameras at your premises, we can quote.
Our dedicated sales and technical team can also design and quote on external power supply options using Solar Power and battery back-up solutions. The system can be designed to add any amount of electronic devices to the external off-grid power supply.
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Many customers ask how does H.264 compression work?
H.264 compression is used in video compression to save hard disk drive space on your recording device. Normal MJPEG compression will transmit all data that it sees on a image to be recorded as a file. The trees in the back ground, the fence, the road and so on, will be transmitted on MJPEG compression. H.264 compression on the other hand, will send you the first image with the trees, fence and road. Then no data will be transmitted if there is no new pixel changes on the image. When an object then move over the screen area, the H.264 compression protocol will only send the new pixel changes of the image that moved over the screen area. Thus the trees, fence and road will not be send again as their was no change in the image pixel. This H.264 compression save allot of recording space and also lower the Wi-Fi bandwidth usage. More security cameras can be installed on one Wi-Fi network using cameras with H.264 compression.
Is Wi-Fi reliable? We use the 802.11b/g/n protocol to connect these IP cameras to the Access Point Router, which can in turn be monitored using the software or Internet Explorer. The Wi-Fi signal strength, depend on obstacles between the points. Remember that metal obstructions absorb signals, where other material will bounce the signal.