Compro Technology Breaks into IP Camera Market

"Taiwan based Compro Technology today announced the launch of its range of home and business IP cameras at Taipei's SecuTech Expo."

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Compro Technology Breaks into IP Camera Market
 
The new range of IP cameras from Compro TechnologyTaiwan based Compro Technology today announced the launch of its range of home and business IP cameras at Taipei’s SecuTech Expo. Dubbed Compro IP Security, the new camera range is the company’s first foray into the network video security market.
 
Targeted at both home and small business users, the all-new range includes VideoMate IP 50, IP 70, IP 530 and IP 550 cameras. Users can manage a security system from their PC or a compatible Windows Mobile phone through the cameras coupled with Compro’s Network Video Recorder Software.
 
Home users would find the IP 50 and IP 70 indoor fixed cameras an ideal and affordable solution for their security needs. While the IP 50 supports real-time MPEG-4/MJPEG, the IP 70 confirms to H.264/MPEG-4/MJPEG video compression formats. Common features of both cameras include Smart Motion Detection, a built-in mic and speaker and a digital I/O for an external sensor and alarm.
 
The IP 530 and IP 550 cameras have been designed for business users and feature pan and tilt of 340 degrees and 100 degrees respectively. Both cameras support Smart Motion Detection, real-time MPEG-4/Motion JPEG compression, day and night functionality via mechanical IR cut filter switching, built-in mic and speaker and digital I/O for external alarm systems. The only difference between the two is that the IP 530 offers optical zoom while the IP 550 has digital zoom.
 
Better known for its PC-TV and digital video products, Compro is highly optimistic about the success of its IP camera range, but is yet to release availability and pricing details for the same.
 
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