DYNAMODE BRING DOWN COST OF CCTV WITH NEW NETWORK IP CAMERAS

The fully featured, ceiling or wall-mounted cameras can either be hard wired to a PC or connect to a wireless network, giving reliable 24 hour performance while operating even in low light conditions.

Dynamode UK, the market leader for Data and Networking Communications products, has introduced a new range of low cost Network IP cameras that make automated security applications affordable not only to businesses but also every home. The fully featured, ceiling or wall -mounted cameras can either be hard wired to a PC or connect to a wireless network, giving reliable 24 hour performance while operating even in low light conditions. The cameras pan, tilt and zoom, controlled from a local LAN or remotely over the Internet.


The IP -670PTZ and IP -670WPTZ have very high quality MPEG -4 colour imaging processors for up to 30 frames per second speeds with fully adjustable image resolutions as well as motion detection capture for automated security applications and a built in microphone and audio capability to capture sound.

According to Hoj Parmar of Dynamode, "These cameras offer tremendous performance at a very modest cost and make CCTV a viable option for private houses as well as small businesses."

Further details about the Dynamode IP Cameras are available on Dynamode's website www.dynamode.co.uk or by phone on 01923 244438.

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