the Panasonic WV-NM100 color network connects to the network via Ethernet and records in both JPEG and MPEG4. All camera controls including pan, tilt, zoom and viewing are accessible from anywhere on the network simply by logging on to the WEB and entering the camera's unique free IP address. You can set up cameras in multiple locations with the ability to view and control up to 8 camera's on a single browser. Using a built-in motion detector, the WV-NM100 will sound an alarm and begin storing images as well as notify you via email once it senses motion. The camera also uses a time and date setting to trigger image storing and transferring thereby saving valuable time and hard drive resources. The WV-NM100 is quick and easy to set up and can be wall or desk mounted.
The camera uses an Ethernet connection and can be accessed for viewing and control from anywhere on the network simply by logging on to the WEB and entering the camera's unique IP address.
Pan/Tilt and Zoom
With the click of a mouse on your browser you can control the camera's pan of 140° pan and 120° tilt as well as magnifying images using the camera's 1x 1.5x 2x zoom feature.
The camera captures in both JPEG and MPEG-4, ensuring high quality stills and video images without using a lot of bandwidth or hard drive space.
You can set up camera's in multiple locations with the ability to view and fully control up to 8 camera's from one computer station.
High Quality, Low Lux
The WV-NM100 can be installed practically anywhere and it's 2.0 low lux capabilities will ensure you get high quality video even in low light conditions.
The camera uses a built-in motion detector to trigger an alarm when it senses movement at which point the camera will start to record images. The camera will also send a notification via email along with an image that occurred at the moment of the alarm. Thirty images before and after each alarm are stored on the camera for quick retrieval of important images. The camera can also be programmed to activate recording and image transferring on a time and date basis.
Three levels of administrator access are available; setting, control and image viewing.
A password authentication system determines the level of access assigned for each user.