Compro Brings Its Newest IP60 HD/Megapixel IP Network Camera with P2P Networking Engine
Compro Technology Inc, based in Taiwan, is a leading manufacture of digital audio/video, and IP Security products for the IT and consumer markets. Compro Technology announces the newest Compro IP60 Network Camera for home security solution. By combining the advanced H.264 video compression technology, IP60 can transfer megapixel/HD video with lower bit-rate, compared to other formats. It enables IP60 to be more suitable for the use of network surveillance. Compro IP60 provides high-definition 1280x1024 image quality with Compro's exclusive free iDDNS dynamic domain name service offers you to easy control the situation through the mobile phone or network devices.
Compro IP60 has the function to connect sirens and sensing devices, provides completed safety for the home environment, property, family and beloved pets. New version of ComproView is a feature rich 32 channels professional grade multi-camera video management solution for business surveillance. The WebVUer of Compro IP60 supports innovative Active Bandwidth Management, Automatic Bandwidth Detection, Hotmail & Gmail support, and multiple storage technology, including to NAS and MicroSD/SDHC card. With Compro's smartConnect solution, setting up an IP camera only takes 8 little steps and 5 minutes. The smartConnect solution allow users to use one user ID and password to easily access the IP cameras on the web browser, Seedonk instant messenger, iPhone, Facebook as well as Compro WebVUer, at anytime and from anywhere. Managing IP camera is now as simple as chatting on Skype or MSN messenger.
In order to meet different needs, IP60 has built-in MicroSD/SDHC memory card slot that allows user to do the local images and video recording storages. The convenient and thoughtful idea is designed for the valued users. While using the Compro IP60, user has an option to purchase Compro WL150 USB WiFi upgrade module with a simple and easy wireless network installation process. It provides 802.11 b/g/n wireless transfer functions. Compro IP60 network camera with the smartConnect solution is suitable for home monitoring, video sharing, video management, and surveillance applications in corporations like ISPs and security service providers. The combination of convenience and high-performance must be an ideal surveillance solution for securing locations such as home, small business, hotel, shop or restaurant!
1. 1/4" CMOS Megapixel sensor
2. Supports real-time H.264 , MPEG-4 and MJPEG compression (Triple Codec)
3. Supports dual streams simultaneously
4. Support 10x digital zoom
5. Video resolution is up to 1280 x 1024 pixels
6. Image frame rate is up to 30 frames under 640x480 or 15 frames under 1280 x 1024
7. Smart motion detection
8. Two way audio with built-in MIC and speaker
9. Support UPnP (universal plug and play)
10. Support 10/100 802.3/Ethernet
11. 802.11b/g/n WLAN on applicable model (Optional W150 wireless adaptor)
12. Digital I/O for external sensor and alarm (2 In/1 Out)
13. Support real-time MJPEG video mode mobile connection in iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile and PDAs. And support 3GPP mobile phone monitoring.
14. Bundle with powerful 32-channel IP video management software --- ComproView
15. Support Active Bandwidth Management to get better video quality
16. Network Bandwidth Detection to help users better defines appropriate video bit-rate for applications.
17. Hotmail and Gmail SSL webmail notification support
18. Support snapshot and video recording to local MicroSD/SDHC card
19. Support live video watch in FireFox, Safari, Google Chrome web browsers. (with VLC Plug-in installed)
20. Camera profile import and export, it's easy to install multiple cameras
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