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Zoom


Zoom functionality is available in many network camera models. It allows users to zero in on specific details and areas of a scene, and can often be controlled remotely.
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WPA


WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) is a wireless encryption standard that indicates compliance with security protocol established by the Wi-Fi Alliance to secure wireless networks.
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Wireless Network Camera


Wireless network cameras are able to connect to a network wirelessly, allowing for flexible installation in virtually any location. In general, wireless IP cameras are recommended for use in areas whe [..]
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Video Server


A video server is a computer-based device dedicated to delivering video streams online. In terms of IP-based video surveillance, a video server converts video footage from analog security cameras into [..]
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Tilt


Tilt refers to an IP camera's ability to be directed up and down in a vertical plane. The camera lens can be aimed at a specific part of a scene, and in many cases the tilt can be controlled remo [..]
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Tampering Alarm


A tampering alarm is a sophisticated application found in some network cameras that can detect when a camera is being tampered with. The alarm can be triggered by potential acts of tampering, for inst [..]
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Server


In general, a server is a computer program, or a computer running a server program, that provides services to other computer programs. A server appliance is a network-connected hardware appliance that [..]
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Resolution


Resolution is the measure of how much detail an image can hold. The higher the resolution the more detailed the images are. In the case of IP cameras, resolution is usually specified by pixel-count.
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PTZ


PTZ (pan/tilt/zoom functionality) is a feature available in many IP camera models. PTZ allows users to monitor large areas with a single network camera. Pan, tilt, and zoom functions can be controlled [..]
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Power over Ethernet


With Power over Ethernet, a network device, such as an IP camera, receives power and transmits video and data over a single Ethernet cable. This allows for flexible installation in locations where pow [..]
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