The T24 Door Station from MOBOTIX is more than just a doorbell, security camera, intercom system, keyless entry…well, it’s more than you might think it is. If you thought the T24 Door Station was all of this and more, then, OK, it’s exactly what you think it is.
The MOBOTIX T24 IP Video Door Station is an incredible addition to the safety and security of any residence, business, or warehouse. Now available at VoIP Supply, you can custom create your very own T24 Door Station to whatever your needs may demand. However, all those parts can be incredibly daunting and the part numbers tend to be confusing to someone looking at it for the first time, so we’ve created this in-depth guide to T24 door …
The upcoming July issue of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine will be featuring several cool topics, but possibly the coolest is the winner of the TMC Labs Innovation Award Winner for 2013. This award is granted to “products that have demonstrated innovation, unique features, and noteworthy developments toward improving communications technologies.” It is not based on best sellers or name brands, but on actual, innovative improvement. And we know who won it.
This year the Grandstream GXV3672 Series of infrared IP cameras has taken the prize.
TMC’s CEO Rich Tehrani announced, “We’re pleased to bestow Grandstream with a Unified Communications TMC Labs Innovation Award. The GXV3672 IP Video Camera has show true innovation and is deserving of recognition.”
“Businesses are investing in IP video surveillance as a …
Higher Megapixels are all the rage in IP cameras. Who can blame it? In a world of HDTV, higher resolution is a seductive quality. Details that have been missed for decades are now clearly defined, for better or for worse. When converting this over to surveillance, that paradigm is exactly what someone is looking for in their security system.
Several manufacturers have been quick to respond with higher resolution cameras, but strangely, the larger name brands such as Axis, SONY, Panasonic, and MOBOTIX were slow to respond. When speaking with the engineers at these companies, one comes to discover that higher resolution is not a simple cut-and-dry process.
The technology behind pixels is actually quite interesting. In simplest terms, think of pixels as units …
This year ACTi has done something very bold and very brave. Beginning in Q1 of 2013, this top network camera company started rolling out several new cameras. It’s not just a few new models; it’s entire new lines.
Currently in the process of fading out their popular TCM series, ACM series and KCM series cameras, ACTi has released 2 new lines so far with 2 more to come later in the year.
ACTi did an excellent job by identifying exactly what a problem was with crossing over to IP cameras. The plain truth is, IP cameras are expensive. They’re really expensive when compared to some analog cameras. Understanding this, ACTi released the D series IP cameras.
The D series is directly aimed towards analog users. …
Summer break is almost here! Now is the perfect time to bring your school’s security system up to date while the students are away.
From now until the end of September, select Panasonic IP Video Surveillance Cameras are on sale at VoIP Supply. Panasonic i-Pro Cameras deliver top performance, functionality, and reliability that you can count on when you need it most.
Cover the parking lots, sports fields and parameters of the school with the weatherproof WV-SW395 or WV-SW396 with 720p HD resolution, facial recognition, and Panasonic’s Adaptive Black Stretch technology so it adjusts the image to fluctuating light.
Don’t forget about the safety on busses with the vandal-proof mobile IP camera WV-SW155 that features face detection, EN50155 compliance, IEC60529 measurement standards, an SD card slot …
AXIS recently announced that they are currently in the works for releasing a new affordable wireless camera, and it’s looking better than anything before!
As a leader in the IP surveillance industry, AXIS is known for their top line cameras, which unfortunately also tend to correlate with high prices. In efforts to reach out and provide for small retail, offices, and home users, AXIS is set to release the AXIS M1004-W, a small and cost effective IP camera, complete with 720p HD resolution!
This new addition to the AXIS M10 Series is going to be an excellent step up allowing budget conscious buyers to reap the benefits of:
- 1280×800 pixel resolution/progressive scan/HDTV color fidelity
- 16:9 widescreen and AXIS Corridor Format
- Input/output ports
- Support for Wi-Fi
Good things come to those who wait, and our patience has finally paid off! MOBOTIX just announced their new app for iPhones, iPods, iPads and iPad Minis and it looks, for lack of a better term, totally awesome.
The MOBOTIX app, simply titled “MOBOTIX”, is compatible with the T24 IP Video Door Station and most MOBOTIX IP cameras. The beauty of this German company is they make an outstanding product: MOBOTIX cameras have no moving parts so there is no mechanical wear and tear, they’re at least IP65 rated for outdoor or indoor use, and can operate in extreme conditions from literally Zugspitze peak to the controlled atmosphere of the Vatican vaults. And this app was specifically created to use the Megapixel lenses, …
What Is It?
The TRENDnet TV-IP262P is an indoor dome, enterprise class, Megapixel IP camera that can record footage at 1280 x 1024 resolution, and transmit data in H.264 compression format. This business-class IP camera can manually be adjusted up-and-down at 70 degrees, pan side-to-side at 350 degrees, and has a tamper resistant attractive outer casing. With PoE capability, power and data can be streamed directly to the TV-IP262P allowing you to view your surveillance footage from any computer (or smart device!) with an Internet connection.
What Does it Do?
The TRENDnet TV-IP262P Megapixel internet camera is an ideal IP surveillance option for office buildings, schools and retail shops looking for that extra security measure. Streaming a smooth 1280 x 1024 resolution at up to …
CCTV started out as a strictly wired system. The cameras were connected to a monitor station by expensive coaxial cable. However that system was solid. Even today coaxial cable is still being laid because, the truth is, it’s reliable at 1-10 Gbps. Reliable, but outdated. It was made for the technology at the time, and with that comes it limitations such as QoS, installation costs, scalability issues, and the list goes on.
As the technology improved and networks began to carry more data, people moved on to Twisted Pair Cable. Not that twisted pair was a new concept, it was invented by Alexander Graham Bell, but the application fits today’s needs. Today there are different categories, primarily Cat(egory)3 through Cat7. Cat3 (10BASE-T) technically …