Al Otaiba launches Internet security cameras
Dubai, July 6, 2009
Al Otaiba Communications, the exclusive distributor for Sitecom, a leading EMEA brand for networking solutions, has launched two models of a new wired and wireless Internet security camera for surveillance of the house and office.
By connecting the WL-404 to a wireless/wired network or the LN-406 to a wired network the user can monitor the area into detail thanks to the 4x zoom, which can be adjusted in the interface of the camera.
Both models make it possible to control and watch the live recordings from any desktop PC or notebook via the Internet or Intranet. In order to ensure maximum security of the home or office the cameras are equipped with a motion detector.
Once the activity is spotted, the camera automatically records the movement and the user receives an instant notification via email.
The only thing the user needs is a web browser and an IP address for an easy access. The indoor Internet security cameras are ideal for users who pay special attention to the protection of their valuables and want to keep their property safe and secure.
The Sitecom Internet security cameras support the MPEG4 and MJPEG standard, thereby providing a fluent audio and video quality. Moreover, the built-in microphone lets the user hear the sounds in the monitored area.
By placing the camera in for example the baby’s bedroom, the user can listen to all the recorded sounds without the need for additional devices such as a baby phone.
The LN-406 guarantees a wired network connection with speeds up to 100 Mbps, whereas the WL-404 offers wireless speeds up to 54 Mbps and wired speeds up to 100 Mbps without any interruptions or a delay.
The wireless Internet security camera offers an extensive wireless range and therefore optimum flexibility, since the device does not have to be placed near the router.
Furthermore the WL-404 is compatible with 802.11 b/g/n wireless networks.
The WL-404 Wireless Internet security camera is priced at Dh749 ($204) and the LN-406 Wired Internet security camera at Dh599 ($163). Both are accompanied by Sitecom’s 10-year warranty. – TradeArabia News Service
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