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I-View launches Ex-Ether IR bullet network camera

Published on 25 February, 2015

I-View Long distance network camera, an all-in-one design which not only solve distance problem but also reduces costs.

The long distance transmission

The long distance which able to transmit signals for a longer distance over existing coaxial cable and via single UTP cable.
I-View’s Ex-Ether® IR Bullet Network Camera delivers Ethernet/PoE up to 600 meters distance still using UTP or coax cable. It’s good for installers because of the flexibility and convenience functions make it save the time to set up network cameras.

Encrypted protection

128-bit AES encrypted communication for transient protection, more secure for the video data transmission.
It is very easy for a hacker to simply monitor your IP address, and makes sure that only the people you want to have access to your critical information to have it.

Motorised lens

Remains in focus in both narrow and wide angle position.

The motorised lens of long distance network camera is used to catch suspicious objects at varying distances and focus automatically. The field of view can be set from wide-angle to telephoto. The most important thing is it can save the time and human cost to adjust all cameras’ focal length.

Tampering alarm application

Detects automatically.

It’s built in gyro sensor for tampering alarm. It brings more safety and security for user. If someone who wants to break or move the view angle of camera, it will alarm to notice user and recording automatically.

Affordable solution

With low cost and muti-functions.
With these excellent advantages, it can be applied widely at traffic control systems, airports, hospitals, hotels, stations, parking lots, and department stores.
Especially for projects, this product is not only saving the cost but can becoming another key point with these multi-functions on the project.

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