GPRS enabled Security Camera from OSIL
Havant-based environmental monitoring company OSIL are pleased to offer a novel new quad band GPRS camera system to the marketplace for site security and asset management.
The static, low power system is capable of sending a still colour (2 mega pixel) image via MMS, email, or by FTP to a browser or to a customised website. Pictures can be taken on demand when the camera is sent an activation trigger/request by SMS, telephone, email or web browser, in addition to regular pictures take on a timed schedule, or when the optional motion-activated PIR sensor is triggered.
The camera is housed in a vandal proof IP67 enclosure that can be equipped with a variety of interchangeable lenses to suit various applications (narrow, wide angle, low light & normal light). The camera can be setup wirelessly using the integrated Bluetooth communication, and there is an internal GPS sensor that allows for location tracking, making installation/configuration easier in hazardous/hard to reach areas.
The camera is powered by a 12v lead acid battery which can be linked with a solar panel backup/trickle charge. The power consumption of the system is less than 200mW when idle, and an early low power warning is sent automatically by SMS or email allowing for on-site maintenance to be scheduled in advance. The camera has a backup internal storage for up to 100,000 images, and can be linked with additional analogue sensors or networks.
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