MilesTek Intros 12 IP Cameras
Wired, wireless and power-over-Ethernet models are available in MilesTek's Internet Protocol Cameras offerings.
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MilesTek’s new wired (left) and wireless IP cameras
May 28, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger

If you’re looking into adding some surveillance to your residence, MilesTek has a dozen new IP Cameras to catch your eye.

The company will be showing off its Internet Protocol Cameras at next month’s Infocomm show. The cameras are easy to set up and install, don’t require much additional equipment and come with user-friendly Cam Viewer Lite software, according to MilesTek.

The IP cameras include features such as: indoor and outdoor conditions, IR for day or night viewing, weather- and vandal-proof construction, and 360-degree panning plus tilt and zoom controls.

You can set up the cameras to record events or for certain periods of time, and they can also detect and record motion or detect for a specific area, and then alert users through email or alarm trigger when motion is detected.

The cameras include wired, power-over-Ethernet (POE) and wireless versions, so they can suit your particular home’s needs, and since they work over IP you can get streaming video over LANs and the Internet.

The IP cameras are available now, so check for more info at MilesTek’s website.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for electronichouse.com and Electronic House magazine.

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