Flagship IP Camera Panasonic BB-HCM581CE support two-way communication

Friday, February 26, 2010

Panasonic has introduced the flagship model range of IP cameras - BB-HCM581CE. Novelty is primarily intended for the corporate sector, as well as its ability to allow you to perform tasks, which are typical for him. First may be noted the possibility of bilateral ties. Using the built in (or external) microphone, and connecting active speakers, the manager can not only see but also to communicate with people who are close to the camera. That is in addition to the surveillance camera can work as a communication device that opens new perspectives in staff management and control over workflow.

One of the main advantages of new items are ample opportunities for management review of the new camera. The spherical shape of the body accurately define the position of the lens: rotates up to 360 ^(o) and tilt up to 128 ^(o). The cell BB-HCM581CE uses specialized optics, which is capable to zoom in 21 times, as well as digital zoom 2x.

To control and viewing images from the camera enough device that has a browser and Internet connection: PC, laptop, phone, player, or console. Also, the camera can automatically send images by e-mail, FTP and HTTP protocols in accordance with predetermined events, such as a certain schedule, motion sensors, volume, alarm. With such functions to observe and record exactly when needed. In the absence of network connection, IP-camera BB-HCM581CE can record video and images on SD card, for which there is a special slot.

The new flagship of the Panasonic uses a technology called progressive scan, which allows motion video in high quality without the "chaser" and blur the image. The basic format for the transmission of video is MPEG-4, which provides high-quality picture and sound at low cost traffic in the network. Thus there is a choice of three options for video resolutions: VGA, QVGA, and SCIF. This allows you to set the camera in networks with different speed capabilities. IP-Camera BB-HCM581CE transfers the image to mobile devices in a JPEG, so that even the most simple modern mobile phone can show the image from the camera.