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Napco VCAM-I Web-based Camera

Napco Security Systems, based in Amnityville, N.Y., entered the Internet video market with the VCAM-I network/IP video camera and ViP-Gateway universal four-camera IP module.



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Napco Security Systems, based in Amnityville, N.Y., is now in the Internet video market. The VCAM-I network/IP video camera and ViP-Gateway universal four-camera IP module are aimed at enterprising dealers that are interested in earning additional revenue aside from security monitoring alone. The VCAM-I is a Web server-based camera that can be directly connected to the Internet, whereas the ViP-Gateway is a standalone Web server that allows security to connect four composite video cameras for Internet use. The system is capable of sending authorized users an e-mail with a captured frame of the perpetrator when an alarm occurs. Frame rate settings vary from 5 fps for hi-resolution (640 X 480 pixels) pictures, 15 fps for midrange (320 X 240) and 25 fps for low-resolution pictures (160 X 120).


Article Topics
Video Surveillance · Products · General · IP Cameras · NAPCO · Web-based Platforms · All Topics
General, IP Cameras, NAPCO, Web-based Platforms


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