The Intellinet Network Solutions SOHO Network Camera, Model NSC11-WN, is the ideal camera for home-network-based video streaming. You can access the camera remotely over the Internet, and you can save snapshots or record directly from your Web browser to the local hard drive without installing any software or drivers.
You do not 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.
Included is a Multi-Viewer software utility that allows you to monitor up to sixteen cameras at the same time. The advanced video compression produces a high-quality, high-frame-rate, VGA, CIF video stream.
The Pro Series Network Camera supports MPEG4 as well as Motion-JPEG video formats, providing superb quality and, at the same time, continuing to support existing applications (the law in most countries only accepts JPEG video format as evidence in court). MPEG4, on the other hand, allows you to transmit a larger amount of data over the same amount of bandwidth while providing smooth and seamless viewing.
With the Intellinet Networks NSC11-WN you can go wireless or wired. The camera supports WEP, WPA and WPA2 encryption for wireless security, and you can connect higher-gain antennas to extend the wireless transmission range. The new Wireless N standard has dramatically increased the overall performance of a wireless network. With speeds up to 150 Mbps and WPS technology that connects the network camera to your wireless network with the push of a button, the new Wireless N technology greatly surpasses Wireless G technology in every aspect possible. On case you have not upgraded your wireless network to the N standard yet, there is no need to worry, as the NSC11-WN Network Camera offers legacy support for existing Wireless G networks.
This application adds enhanced features and functionality while allowing up to five users to concurrently access the Internet Camera from a remote site via a LAN or the Internet. Other features include image monitoring, recording images to a hard drive, viewing up to sixteen cameras on one screen, and snapshots.
Using an administrator utility or standard Web browser, IT administrators can also configure and manage the camera remotely through the Internet or a LAN. The utility allows you to manually send captured images by e-mail.