2-megapixel outdoor IP security cameras with IR from Asoni

Taipei, Taiwan

H.264 2MP outdoor wireless IP security cameras

To mark the beginning of 2011, Asoni Communications have launched their brand-new professional outdoor day and night IP security cameras, CAM634M & CAM634MW, to the worldwide markets. The new series 2-megapixel IP cameras are designed for various security surveillance applications in cities, parks, schools, stadiums etc.
The Asoni CAM634-series professional outdoor day and night IP security cameras have a built-in 2-megapixel CMOS sensor each with video resolution options of 1600 x 1200 at 15fps, and 1280 x 720 at 30fps. As the IR LEDs illumination supports radiation distances of up to 40M, the CAM634 cameras supports crystal clear image reproduction even in complete darkness at 0 Lux for 24/7 surveillance applications.

The CAM634-series IP security cameras enhance outdoor video surveillance with its high quality waterproof housing that is compliant to IP-66 standards. Other than the standard model CAM634M for fixed installation with wired network transmission, there is also the CAM634MW, the model with a built in wireless transmitter. The CAM634MW is designed for video surveillance applications that are difficult to reach through a wired-network infrastructure.

Both models, CAM634M and CAM634MW, support a triple video compression and streaming H-264/MPEG4 and MJPEG and allow live viewing through a 3G mobile phone via 3GPP. This series of IP cameras features a 2-way audio system for real-time communication, motion detection, and pre/post alarm. A free user-friendly video management software (SOL4360 - 36CH) is also provided with each of these network cameras. For advanced system integration and testing, a complete SDK (software Development Kit) and ONVIF firmware link are also available from Asoni on demand.

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