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IC-7000PTn IP cam offers a powerful mobile surveillance solution for home and business use

  • 25 August, 2009 14:40

<p><strong>Sydney, Australia</strong> - <strong>25, Aug, 2009</strong> - Edimax Technology,
introduces an 11n Dual Mode Internet Camera with Pan/Tilt and Zoom function. This
Wireless IP Camera sends live video through the Internet to a web browser anywhere
in the world. The camera is equipped with a 1.3 Mega pixel lens and supports 802.11n
technology, which is ideal for transferring high quality video because of the
higher transmission rates and stable signal. The IC-7000PTn features a motorized
Pan/Tilt function which can be operated remotely through the web interface and
supports viewing angles of ±355° horizontally and ±120°
vertically. This allows users to adjust the camera angles and scan an entire room
or office from top to bottom. The IC-7000PTn supports two modes of video-compression;
MJPEG and MPEG-4 which ensures an optimized image quality and bandwidth efficiency.<br/>
<strong>Multi-area motion detection and built in SDHC/SD memory card slot</strong><br/>
The camera supports multi-area motion detection. Users can pre-determine 3 trigger
areas in the viewing field and configure the camera to send an e-mail snapshot
of the triggered event whenever it detects motion in one of the indicated fields-of-view.
The IC-7000PTn is equipped with an SDHC/SD memory card slot which allows users
to store recorded files or snapshots directly on a SDHC or SD memory card. This
is especially convenient in the event that Internet is not available and the e-mail
snapshot can not be sent. Furthermore, the camera includes an audio output for
a speaker and microphone which enables users to communicate with the remote site
and to listen to the sound coming from the site.<br/>
<strong>IC-7000PTn Security Features</strong><br/>
The IC-7000PTn supports password protection and multiple users can login and browse
the camera simultaneously. The free Dynamic Domain Name Service (DDNS) utility
enables users to create a personal web address from which they can monitor the
camera’s live video. UPnP enables users to access the camera with just a
mouse-click without needing an IP address. To secure the wireless transmission,
the IC-7000PTn offers WEP, WPA and WPA encryption.<br/>
<strong>Product Summary</strong><br/>
Vendor: Edimax<br/>
Model: IC-7000PTn 11n Dual Mode Internet Camera RRP : A$599<br/>
Website: <a href="#"></a><br/>
Product Link: <a href="#">;pl1_id=8&amp;pl2_id=63</a><br/>
Australian Distributors: Bluechip Infotech<br/>
Availability: Now<br/>
<strong>About Edimax</strong><br/>
Edimax Technology is a global manufacturer of a broad range of networking and
connectivity solutions. Since its incorporation in 1986, the company has grown
to be among Asia's leading manufacturers of networking products and solutions.
Edimax is headquartered in Taipei County, Taiwan, and is listed at the Taiwanese
Stock Exchange since 2001. In 2006, the company's revenue reached US $78 million
and its current workforce counts over 750 employees worldwide. Edimax's complete
product portfolio fulfils all connectivity needs, whatever the network architecture
or application requirements are, and consist of the following categories: Wireless,
Connectivity, Routers, Switches, Print Servers, IP Cameras, Business Solutions
and VoIP.<br/>
For more information about Edimax, please visit <a href="#"></a><br/>
<strong>PR CONTACT</strong><br/>
Renato Catalan<br/>
Gap Marketing and Management Pty Ltd<br/>
Website: <a href="#"> </a></p>

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