TRENDnet Announces New Line of Cloud IP Cameras


TRENDnet Announces New Line of Cloud IP Cameras

TRENDnet has introduced four new cloud Internet cameras.

With Internet service providers constantly changing your home IP address, you will not be able to locate your home IP cameras over the Internet. In order to overcome this, users need to sign up for a Dynamic DNS service, open ports on a router, create a virtual server rule in the router, and point the IP camera to the router.

TRENDnet Cloud IP Cameras eliminate these tedious steps by automatically finding your IP camera with a free and secure cloud service. The IP Cameras install on a home network with a guided CD installation. After that, users just open a web browser and input the unique web address assigned to the specific camera. Then, they will be prompted to log into the cloud service and reset the username and password. Once logged in, users have full access to their camera’s video and management functionality from any Internet connection. For mobile devices, TRENDnet will offer a free mobile app on Apple’s App Store.

  TV-IP751WC
Wireless N Cloud Camera
TV-IP751WIC
Wireless N Day / Night Cloud Camera
TV-IP851WC
Wireless N PTZ Cloud Camera
TV-IP851WIC
Wireless N Day / Night PTZ Cloud Camera
Features
  • a free mobile app
  • night vision for distances of up to 7.5m
  • a free mobile app
  • remote 340° pan and 115° tilt functionality
  • a free mobile app
  • night vision for distances of up to 7.5 meters (25 feet)
  • remote 340° pan and 115° tilt functionality
Common Features
  • high speed wireless n connection
  • one-way audio
  • 640 x 480 (VGA) video at up to 20fps
  • free software to manage up to 32 cameras
  • a wall / ceiling mounting kit
Pricing (US$) $119.99 $139.99 $199.99 $219.99
Availability September 2012

Source: TRENDnet

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