3G Enabled IP Camera For Surveillance Via Internet Launched In India

by Rohit on November 10, 2011

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Dax Networks has launched DX-137G-FN50-O-H, a 3G enabled 2 mega pixel IP Camera. Priced at Rs. 52,060, DX-137G-FN50-O-H comes with advanced megapixel technology integrated with 3G module and is an ideal surveillance solution for Enterprises.

DX-137G-FN50-O-H

The 3G module is specially designed for WAN network surveillance with SD card storage up to 32GB for video and picture snapshots. It supports H.264 and MJPEG dual streaming up to 30 Frames per Second (FPS) for all video resolutions to provide high quality and bandwidth efficient compression formats. The camera has a built-in web server that allows users to control it remotely via browsers.

DX-137G-FN50-O-H is a day-night, IP66 rated outdoor waterproof camera. Its CMOS (Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor) sensor and 3G module help detect even the slightest movement. The built-in infra-red LED provides up to 50 meters of clear night vision. The integrated 3G module enables a cable-less environment for video broadcasting and streaming between the 3G IP camera and any mobile device.

DX-137G-FN50-O-H is integrated with intelligence motion detection sensor which sends instant notifications triggered by movement in sensitive areas. The notifications can be sent through email, sound, popup, and external digital output. This camera supports various alerts like network disconnection, power shutdown, digital input, etc. which can be generated directly from the camera. Alerts are accessible even through mobile phones. DX-137G-FN50-O-H comes with Network Video Recorder (NVR) software application that allows users to manage and control the camera. DX-137G-FN50-O-H comes with a 3-year carry-in warranty and online support for customers.

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Bobby December 8, 2011 at 1:39 am

Does the 3G module allow you to plug in, say a verizon 3G or 4G usb modem into the camera and access it via the web without any other external router or computer attached?

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