These are the new TRENDnet security cameras to help you monitor your home or business

TRENDnet security cameras

When we talk about surveillance at home, one of the marks references in the wide range we can find is TRENDnet, a company with products ranging from routers to surveillance systems for infants or IP cameras as they are now protagonists and they have been launched considering use at home.

And every time we pay more attention to this aspect, especially and we cannot deny, by the constant increase in which the use of mobile phones is concerned, with applications thanks to the permanent internet connection, will allow us to control everything that happens in our home wherever we are.

TRENDnet security cameras

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And this is what they want these cameras TRENDnet, a new family that stands by the support given to the HTML5 standard and offer high image quality, allowing viewing in all browsers of mobile phones and TVs, giving equal if or support the use of plug-ins in what is a big advantage.

Thrown models have been the TV-IP314PI and TV-IP315PI, with differences between them but also with a number of features in common. Regarding coincidences, both cameras offer ease in the installation process with PoE support, reducing equipment cost and time it takes to place them in the required location.

All have housing with IP66 certification waterproof, dust proof, so we can place them for example on the terrace or garden with an imaging system that enables night vision in complete darkness with a range of field up to 30 meters offering 4MP quality HD (2688 x 1520 up to 20 fps or 1920 x 1080 at up to 30 fps) H.264 video codec, H.264 +.

TRENDnet TV-IP314PI

As the model relates TV-IP314PI known for offering a design that makes it ideal for indoor installation offering some interesting viewing angles (horizontal 83°, vertical 45° and diagonal 98°), these being their most important specifications:

  • Resolution 4 MP HD
  • Compact housing with IP66 certification climate
  • night vision up to 30 m (100 ft)
  • Save installation costs thanks to the PoE (Power over Ethernet) technology
  • Programming triggered recording and motion detection sending email alerts
  • Image balancing Wide Dynamic Range
  • Compatible with ONVIF and IPv6

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TRENDnet TV-IP315PI

If we talk about the model TV-IP315PI differences with the above they are minimal and primarily affect a design oriented maybe more for outdoor use, because with these forms is not strange that as stated in the specifications count on proof protection IK10 vandalism.

For clarification, the same as it is known the IP certificate, speaking of IK we refer to a standard, equivalent to the international standard IEC 62262 which refers to the qualifications of the degrees of protection IK, an international numerical classification for degrees of protection provided by enclosures for electrical equipment against external mechanical impacts.

As regards the model TV-IP315PI these are the most important specifications:

  • 4 MP resolution Full HD
  • Compact housing with IP66 certification climate
  • Vandal-proof protection IK 10
  • night vision up to 30 m (100 ft)
  • Save installation costs thanks to the PoE (Power over Ethernet) technology
  • Programming triggered recording and motion detection sending email alerts
  • Image balancing Wide Dynamic Range
  • Compatible with ONVIF and IPv6

Two interesting models but also do not come alone, as another launch is expected in this case models TV-IP344PI and TV-IP345PI and as in previous cases can be controlled through the software included (used to control up to 32 TRENDnet cameras) or via free mobile app for iOS and Android.

Price and Availability

New surveillance cameras, in the case of IP314PI and TV-IP315PI models will be available worldwide in late May or early June with an estimated price of $ 205 and if we talk about the IP344PI and models TV-IP345PI they may be in the months of June and July.

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