Grandstream Adds Consumer HD Network Cam

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Tim Higgins

Grandstream logoGrandstream has announced a HD IP camera for residential users.

The GXV3615WP_HD HD Cube IP camera has a 2-Megapixel CMOS sensor and supports 15fps@1600×1200; 25fps@1280×960; 30fps@1280×720; 30fps@800×480 H.264 and 10fps@1024×768, 20fps@800×480 MJPEG video rates and resolutions.

Hardware features include integrated microphone and speaker with support for 2-way audio paging using SIP/VoIP, integrated 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, 24 MB pre/post trigger recording buffer, micro SDHC slot and 802.3af PoE support.

Other features include motion detection, built-in video streaming server supporting 6+ simultaneous HD viewers and electronic pan/tilt/zoom (ePTZ).

Grandstream GXV3615WP_HD cube high definition IP camera

The camera can be managed via built-in web interface or with GSurf, Grandstream’s FREE video management software that controls up to 36 cameras to simultaneously monitor or record video.

The GXV3615WP_HD is slated to start shipping before the end of April at an MSRP of $169.

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