The Intellinet Network Solutions NFC31 Megapixel Network Camera is designed for security surveillance applications, and comes fully equipped with state-of-the-art features that set it apart from other network cameras on the market today.
The NFC31 Network Camera is equipped with a 1.3 megapixel image sensor that generates crystal-clear images in resolutions of up to 1280 x 1024 pixels, providing a much more detailed video. Thanks to the use of progressive-scan technology, jagged lines caused by regular interlacing image sensors (flickering effect on moving objects) have been all but eliminated. In addition, the popular 720p wide-screen 16:9 video mode is also supported.
The NFC31 Network Camera provides better image quality while consuming less network bandwidth thanks to the integrated H.264 video compression. The NFC31 Network Camera also supports MPEG4 and Motion-JPEG video formats, providing superior quality and, at the same time, continuing to support existing applications. Finally, 3GPP mobile phone streaming is provided for easy on-the-road connectivity with your 3GPP-enabled mobile phone.
No need to worry about complex network setup procedures. The installation wizard provides an easy setup that allows a non-technical person to begin using the camera right away.
Secure network connections using data encryption between the camera and the network client for additional data security.
Attaching a microphone and loudspeakers to the NFC31 Network Camera will allow you to listen and talk using the two-way audio support. On top of that, the camera is equipped with an internal microphone. This is ideal for most security and surveillance applications. Add to that the integrated audio detection and you are taking video surveillance to a whole new level.
Utilize the free DYNDNS service (like DYNDNS.org) in order to connect to your camera, even if you do not have a static IP address assigned by your ISP (Internet service provider). This feature lets you easily set up a URL that can be used to access the camera through the Internet using any Web browser.
The NFC31 Network Camera supports the 802.3af standard, allowing it to be installed in locations where an AC power source is not readily available. Simply plug the camera into a PoE-compliant switch and begin transmitting power as well as data over the Cat5e or Cat6 network cabling.