A new WebEye™ camera that provides vivid real time images on the internet has been launched by Hanimex as an ideal monitoring system for kindergartens, schools, streetscapes, tourist resorts, construction sites and industrial sites.
Hanimex CCTV Divisional Manager, Garry Thoroughgood, said the compact all-in-one WebEye™ camera comes complete with a Web server of embedded Linux, a networking device and a CCD.
“The WebEye™ range – available in two models – gains powerful image compression by using a still image compressing algorithm known as Wavelet,” Mr Thoroughgood said.
“The Wavelet algorithm is more efficient than JPEG by 30%-300%.
“Additionally, up to 100 users can access the system simultaneously via the internet, compressing a maximum of 30 frames per second. The WebEye™ is equipped with 32bit RISC CPU to enable it to process images more efficiently. This means the size of the compressed image is smaller than any other web camera or PC camera.
“The functional firmware saved in the flash 8MB memory chip can be upgraded remotely on the internet. The WebEye™ is designed to have a DB-15 port to connect external devices such as a sensor, pan/tilt mechanism, zoom lens and other digital devices. All external devices can be controlled remotely.
“WebEye™ also controls external CCD cameras, including existing analogue CCTV cameras, by connecting them to its video input ports.”
Other WebEye™ features include motion detection and alarm, external video input, user-configured homepage (6MB), self-contained FTP server and email sending, plus focussed area setting.
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