[TriLUG] PoE cameras (for security) and software to record them
jim at neuse.net
Wed Feb 17 23:10:23 EST 2010
Try $800 for Axis. You pay for what you get, though. It does PoE and has
built in web server so you don't need a PC to run it. You are able to
record video on a PC from the built in web server. Has motion and audio
detection. Lots of IR lighting and housing options.
From: trilug-bounces at trilug.org [mailto:trilug-bounces at trilug.org] On
Behalf Of David McDowell
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2010 3:44 PM
To: Triangle Linux Users Group General Discussion
Subject: Re: [TriLUG] PoE cameras (for security) and software to record
Hmm, ouch, ya, $100-140 range is OK for home, not sure about $400. I've
flipped through the AVIS pages too but haven't priced those out yet.
Doesn't look like that linksys one is PoE but it is small and has decent
On Wed, Feb 17, 2010 at 3:30 PM, Joseph Tate
<dragonstrider at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 17, 2010 at 1:27 PM, David McDowell
<turnpike420 at gmail.com>
> > Any suggestions out there for the hardware and software? I would
> > software be open source, linux based and hopefully easy to use, but
> > take options for open source on win, lin or mac.
> At $WORK-1, we had the Panasonic BL-C111A. It was networked, so you
> didn't need a PC, though for archival you could set something up.
> Note that it has a motion/heat sensor so you don't have to record
> indiscriminately. I don't think they're POE, but they're cheap. The
> POE cameras I saw in my $SEARCH were $400 more.
> Joseph Tate
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