Pelco Launches New Color IP Camera Series

Sept. 21, 2007
IP3701 series match image quality of former analog line, offer economical solution

Clovis, CA (September 20, 2007) — Pelco is excited to announce the newest addition to its network video camera offerings in the new Pelco IP3701 Series Color Network Camera. These cameras are built upon an open architecture that can add value and flexibility to existing IT and security investments in a variety of applications. Users can view and control these reliable and affordable cameras with a standard web browser, Pelco Endura network-based video security systems, or through many industry standard third-party software offerings–and manage video from anywhere in the world.

“These cameras provide the same exceptional image quality that our customers have experienced for many years with our 3701 Series analog camera and are an economical solution for our customers who need the benefit of a network security solution within a traditional style camera,” says John Dolan, Pelco Director of Product Marketing. “Any location or application that requires a traditional box camera version of our IP Camera is a good market for the IP3701. This offering now allows us to cover a wide range of installation needs for both fixed cameras and mini dome applications.”

Convenient Power over Ethernet (PoE) makes IP3701 installation easy and cost effective. Extended dynamic range guarantees clear images in extreme lighting environments and the distinctive design is ideal for use in confined spaces.

Pelco continues to lead the industry with a variety of options for its customers. From a simple single network camera solution to some of the largest video storage solutions in the world, Pelco has unique offerings that can satisfy you today or grow with you over the coming years.

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