The Axis 211W Network Camera offers both wired and wireless connections.
Recommended for use with the Axis 211W Network Camera.
Power over Ethernet, (PoE) is a technology that integrates both power and data over a standard Category 5 Ethernet cable Local Area Network (LAN) infrastructure.
Help on the installation of an Axis Network Camera on an IP-Network.
The syntax of the commands.
Light levels and reflectances in typical environments.
Digital cameras use image compression.
The range of lighting from bright sunlight to clear starlight is 109:1 (100,000,000):1.
CCD (Charged Coupled Device) and CMOS (Complementary metal oxide semiconductor).
CCD In addition to good light sensitivity, another key feature of digital image capture is progressive scan technology.
(QoS) helps to ensure the necessary bandwidth for streaming video and control commands over the network.
The Axis 211M supports Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) in addition to version 4.
The Axis implementation of the MPEG-4 image compression standard follows the ISO/IEC 14496-2 standard.
A calculator to help you determine the bandwidth your network camera will use, based on the image size and frame rate.
Axis video products carry a 3-year or 1-year warranty.
The Axis 211W is available under the Axis "Buy and Try" Scheme.