Fast frame rate ¡ª up to 30 fps
Just because you're not in town for a meeting or with your family for a special event doesn't mean you have to miss a moment. Connect the Veo Wireless Observer XT to your wireless network, and then visit the camera's onboard Web page from any computer. Once there, you'll not only be able to monitor up to four cameras simultaneously, you will actually be able to control each camera's movements - pan and tilt to capture the sights you want to see most. Up to ten users can access the camera's page at once, so meetings can be well attended, even if half of your office is working remotely. With a built-in microphone and frame rates of up to 30 frames per second, you'll feel like you're there. The included software even lets you capture the moment with snapshots, sound and video clips. An external antenna extends the range of your wireless connection, and the camera's status indicator blinks to alert that someone is accessing the camera, so your kids will know when to perform for Grandpa!
Sold separately, the optional motion sensor makes it possible to send email with images automatically or transfer still images to your FTP site for remote storage.
Details & Specifications
The Veo Wireless Observer XT requires an 802.11b wireless router or access point, or an available RJ-45 connection as well as a broadband connection.
Veo Product No.:
24 bit color
640 x 480, 320 x 240, 160 x 120
Video capture (AVI), still photos (JPEG)
802.11b Wireless Ethernet (WiFi Compatible); RJ-45/Ethernet - IP Addressed (No PC Connection Required)
120¡ã/60¡ã operated via Internet Explorer?
f/2.0, 5 Element Glass, Fixed focus
Up to 30 frames per second
Multiple user access:
Up to 10 simultaneous users
802.11b wireless router or access point; available RJ-45 Connection (open port on router, gateway or hub)
110/220V, 50/60Hz standard outlet
Internet Connection requirements:
Broadband connection (minimum 128k upload)
Internet Explorer? 6.0 or higher for Windows
Minimum PC/Software requirements:
Microsoft? Windows? 98, Me, 2000, or XP; 300 MHz Intel? Pentium? II; 64 MB RAM; 5 MB available hard drive space; 800 x 600 display monitor with 16 bit color; CD-ROM/DVD drive
Audio Monitoring requirements:
Sound card and speakers
1 year, limited