Premier AV IPCN616LP-200W 2.0 Megapixel HD1080P IP PoE Camera
The Power/Video/Ethernet are transmiited through one POE(Power of Ethernet) and as there are two connection ports for Ethernet and Mains AC/DC power, there is an additional option to be powered to mains AC/DC power if the Router is not a POE-compatible.
It has IR-CUT 36IR LEDS Lens 3.6MM, Auto IR-LED illumination for Night Vision upto 30M (built-in infrared) and Water-proof structure best for outdoor installation.
It functions as part of a home or office security system with user-friendly remote monitoring features ( iCloud Software for PC http://xmeye.net, CMS Client Network surveillance PC, VmeyeCloud for iPhones & Android phones) and is also able to record live stream to a Computer HDD or external HDD, or to a Network Video Recorder built-in HDD from anywhere through remote monitoring feature.
Note : CCTV Cable or CCTV Camera Power Supply not supplied in the box Features • High Definition 1080P, 2.0 Megapixel Resolution, Built in Power Over Ethernet capability(POE) with two connection ports for Ethernet and Mains AC/DC.
• IR-CUT 36IR LEDS Lens 3.6MM, Auto IR-LED illumination for Night Vision upto 30M (built-in infrared), Water-proof structure best for outdoor installation with fixing parts.
• User-friendly remote monitoring features ( iCloud Software for PC http://xmeye.net, CMS Client Network surveillance PC, VmeyeCloud for iPhones & Android Phones).
• Being able to record live stream to a Computer HDD or external HDD, or to a Network Video Recorder built-in HDD from anywhere through remote monitoring feature.
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Date Issued: 20th Oct 2008
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