Wireless IP camera from CNet
CNet Technology, a Silicon Valley net-working and communi-cations company established in 1987, announced the release of its third IP camera, the CIC-920W. Similar to its other cameras, the CIC-920W wireless camera offers many features, including 640x480 image resolution, motion detection, alarm notification, and WPA wireless security. “The surveillance camera market is shifting from closed-circuit TV to IP cameras. In addition, the industry is migrating from motion JPEG to MPEG-4. We’re happy to say that the CNet CIC-920W comes with a MPEG-4 video compression feature that provides high-resolution images with less storage and bandwidth constraints,” said Bryan Chan, EVP of CNet.
CNET CIC-920W IP camera
Practical applications apply for both the SOHO and end-user markets. A small business can set up the CIC-920W in the entrance way to monitor employee safety. A parent can see the baby at the sitter’s house while at work. Or the business traveler can observe activities of the family at home. “With both wired and secure wireless interfaces adding to the product’s flexibility, this day-and-night camera comes with motion detection that makes it an ideal for security and surveillance needs,”added Chan.
Wireless IP camera Price
Suggested retail price for the compact camera is $169.00. Setup is easy with basic steps that include powering up and connecting the camera to the network, running the camera software from the CD to locate the camera on the network and using the internet browser to access the camera and view images. The CIC-920W IP Camera is available through its distributors, including Tech Data, SED, Eastern Data, AMAX, MaLabs, Centel, CT International, and Intcomex.