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Monthly Archives: May 2012

  • AVTech EZCam Line

    Posted on May 30, 2012 by 123administrator

    Our EZCAM line is a powerful array of affordable, brilliantly sharp ip cameras by AV TECH. Rich 1.3 megapixel resolution ip cameras that push video right to your cell phone, iPhone, iPad, Galaxy and Android right after an event and within moments. The cameras have motion detection settings and allows for connection of external devices to integrate home automation or alarm signal devices. AV TECH added five new models due to the popularity and success of the original AVN801.

    123 Security Products introduces the full line of EZ IP cameras offering the greatest flexibility for installers, business owners and homeowners alike. The following are the newest in the series including a very much requested wireless version and dome style version:

    AVN801- Economical, perfect for child or parent monitoring and general purpose security camera purposes.
    AVN80X- The original and very popular indoor ip camera.
    AVN805- Surface Mount Ceiling Mount

    This post was posted in Security Cameras

  • Samsung Techwin introduces iPOLIS mobile iPhone and Android apps

    Posted on May 9, 2012 by 123administrator

    iPOLiS mobile app lets you to view the live video and control pan/tilt/zoom functions from your network cameras anywhere with your smartphone if you use Samsung Techwin's security system. iPOLiS mobile is a free application designed specifically for Samsung Techwin's security network product. Now you can control your Samsung PTZ via your mobile device. Android and iPhone are supported.

    Key Features: Supported models will be updated continuously. iOS Version 4.3.5 Current compatible with such models as:...

    This post was posted in Announcements

  • Upgrading Your Analog System to IP

    Posted on May 9, 2012 by 123administrator

    Switching from analog to IP video usually means replacing a VCR/DVR with a networked recorder and cameras. The switch from analog to IP can be difficult. Here are some guidelines to help make the transition easier. Our staff is eager to assist you any step of the way.

    Investigate the DVR in the current system. Does it have IP camera recording capability? Some recorders are “hybrid” recorders and have the ability to record both analog and IP cameras. If the recorder does not have IP camera support for recording the decision must be made to purchase IP recording hardware (NVR=Network Video Recorder), a hybrid security recorder (HVR= ANALOG+IP) or a software based solution such as Milestone or Onssi products. This software would be installed on your own hardware server or pc.

    It is important that once the desired network recorder is selected that you obtain the manufacturer list of approved and compatible cameras. This will ensure proper functioning and control of the network cameras from the NVR software. There is usually a compatibility list provided by manufacturers. We can provide you with the appropriate list and offer suggestions based on your application.

    Analog cameras can also be integrated into the new system with the use of encoders/decoders or if the recorder has on board analog support.

    For assistance in planning, purchasing or set up of your network camera system our technical team can assist you and make the transition and installation an easy one.

    This post was posted in Digital Video Recorders

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