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PESD5TAC-PG-EO-PEIWM24-GY
The price is $1,995
Pelco Spectra Lite Pan/Tilt/Zoom Discreet Dome camera System, with wall mount and 120VAC to 24V power adapter. High Resolution Camera, Auto Focus with Manual Override, Programmable Camera Settings, AC Line Lock, 32 Presets, high-performance color CCD camera with a 16X zoom lens and auto focus capability, and 1 Lux Sensitivity. Auto Iris with Manual Override, 5.9-inch Acrylic Bubble, Variable Scan Speed (.5-250/Second), "Auto Flip" Dome Rotation, 360 Continuous Pan Rotation, Integral Multi-protocol Receiver/Driver, Quick Disconnect Dome Drive, Built-in Power Line Surge and Lightning Protection, Easy to Install - Quick and Simple Electrical Connections, Indoor/Outdoor Applications.

CVC-320WP
The price is $173.
The ProVideo CVC-320WP is a B/W Waterproof Bullet with Infrared LED Lighting and 60 Ft Cable. This CCTV camera is 100% waterproof with underwater operation capabilities to a 90 feet maximum. It features a 3.6mm fixed focus lens, infrared LEDS, and built- in electronic iris. It is encased in black brass housing. A mounting bracket and 12V DC power supply are included. Operates 15 ft to 20 ft range.

SSCCD33V
The price is $420.

Sony Color High Resolution standard non-rugged, Mini Fixed Dome Camera combines auto iris vari-focal lens for multiple angles of view, easy installation and set up, and attractive compact design. Vari-Focal Lens 2.8 - 5.8mm, Horizontal Angle 75.9 - 37.8, Vertical Angle 56.4 - 28.4, Auto Iris Lens: Covers a wider range of surveillance, applications including outdoors, Power Supply: DC12V or AC24V Switches automatically, Internal or Line.Lock (AC24V), High-Resolution: 480 TV lines(Color) , S/N ratio: 50dB or more, Mini. illumination: (Color), White Balance: ATW (2,120 - 8000 K), AGC: AGC/AGC turbo (Color), BLC: On / Off.

Connect these cameras to the network with one of the following camera servers -

Axis2400
The price is $1,125

Network camera server for Internet/Intranet with PTZ control for one camera at a time.  30 fps (NTSC) 25fps (PAL). High performance server that allows you to connect up to four video camera to the Ethernet network using a standard WWW browser.  Inputs 4 PAL/NTSC, Protocols ARP, RARP, BOOTP, TCP, IP, HTTP, ICMP and FTP.

Axis2401
The price is $655.

Network camera server for Internet/Intranet with PTZ control for camera.  30 fps (NTSC) 25fps (PAL). High performance server that allows you to connect up to one video camera to the Ethernet network using a standard WWW browser.  Inputs 1 PAL/NTSC, Protocols ARP, RARP, BOOTP, TCP, IP, HTTP, ICMP and FTP.

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Helpful Information About Network Attached Camera Systems
Attaching Surveillance Cameras to the Internet
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Network Camera Facts:
Network attached video camera systems are easy-to-install surveillance systems that can be viewed from any computer on the local network or across the Internet. A standard web browser can be used to view the cameras. With additional software, the video can be stored and retrieved using standard hard drives.
 
Systems are available with a camera and video server combined in a single box, or as a separate video server that can be used with any video camera. The Axis 2100 and 2120 are examples of network attached video cameras.  The separate video server is used to connect a standard video camera (Sony, ProVideo, Sanyo, etc.) to a digital network, i.e. LAN. The purpose of the video server is to, automatically or on request deliver live video to your browser or other applications over a computer network. The Axis 2400 and 2401 are examples of video servers
 
The camera-server systems can be attached practically anywhere on the network. As the Video Server is a self-contained web server, it connects to your Ethernet router or hub in exactly the same way as workstations or other peripherals. For example, the Video Server appears in Network Neighborhood just like a standard network server. As an option, the Video Server can be connected via a modem and thus accessed over a phone or ISDN line.
 
Network attached camera-servers are very easy to install on the network. Standard web browsers can be used to access the web-based configuration pages or view the images. The Video Servers use the TCP/IP suite of protocols. All transportation of data is done through HTTP (the format used on the Internet) or FTP.  Axis video products generate JPEG images, which are native to standard web browsers such as:

  •  Netscape Navigator 3.x and 4.x. Axis Video Servers use "server push" technology, native in Netscape for motion pictures,.
  • MS Internet Explorer version 4.x or 5.x. Explorer requires an ActiveX component installed in order to view live video, because it does not support the server push method.

The bandwidth of a Camera Server depends on the number of users and the image quality you have decided to use. The Axis Network Cameras have configurable bandwidth usage, which gives you complete control of how much bandwidth you want to use. For example a 320x240 image, at 10 frames/second will use around 600 Kbps (Kilo bits per second) on your netowrk. This is about 6% of a 10 Mbit network, 0.6% of a 100 Mbit network. You can set the image refresh rate to low values if you do not require a high frame rate. A typical image (320 x 240) uses only 4-10 Kbytes.
 
Special software such as SoftSite32 can be used to view multiple cameras, set bandwidth, store and retrieve video and control pan/tilt/zoom type cameras. Storing images every second around the clock means storing a lot pictures that are exactly the same. One way to overcome that is by utilizing a motion detector to start/stop the recording. SoftSite32 software provides motion detection and other advanced features that make the network attached cameras systems powerful surveillance tools.
 
Network attached cameras are excellent for monitoring and surveillance applications because they distribute live pictures across the network. They can be used in a school, business, production line, a cargo bay or any other area that needs to be monitored. The live pictures can then be viewed by any defined workstation on the network, or over the Internet. There is no need for a centralized, dedicated video-monitoring center with monitors tucked away in a security office; video can be viewed from anywhere in the world.
 
If you would like more information about any of these products please contact us at 800-431-1658 (in the USA), or 914-347-2530 (outside the USA), or e-mail us.

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