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Linksys Announces Family of Indoor/Outdoor IP Surveillance Cameras and Video Recorder for Small Businesses

New IP Cameras and Recorder Provide Advanced Features for Surveillance, Security and Supervision

Rushden, UK- January 29, 2014 - Linksys® today announced the expansion of its small business solutions with a line-up of indoor and outdoor IP surveillance cameras and a network video recorder for remote and live monitoring, playback and recording. The line-up offers four new 1080p IP surveillance cameras, available with dome and bullet options and additional features such as night vision, weatherproof, IK10 vandal-proof housing, remote access, zoom, pan and tilt features plus more. The network video recorder, developed specifically for use with the Linksys surveillance cameras, provides up to 8TB of storage and records up to eight video feeds simultaneously.

"The introduction of our new IP surveillance camera offerings combined with Linksys Business switches and VPN routers build upon our commitment to deliver high quality and reliable connectivity and security solutions that provide scalable connectivity to meet the growing demands of small businesses," said Mohammad Hoda, vice president Linksys international. "The cameras and network video recorder give small businesses and resellers with tools they need to provide superior security, surveillance and supervision."

The new surveillance cameras and network video recorder give small businesses and resellers a flexible monitoring solution that can be accessed on site or remotely using the existing IP network. With robust features and rugged housing these cameras can help provide the peace of mind businesses need at the cost they can afford.

Linksys Surveillance Cameras
The new line-up of Linksys Business IP surveillance cameras includes:

  • 1080p Indoor Night Vision Dome Camera LCAD03FLN
  • 1080p 3MP Outdoor Night Vision Dome Camera LCAD03VLNOD
  • 1080p 3MP Indoor/Outdoor 360 Mini Dome Camera LCAM0336OD
  • 1080p 3MP Outdoor Night Vision Bullet Camera LCAB03VLNOD

Highlighted Features include:

  • Large, 5MP sensor provides high quality video (Outdoor)
  • Night vision, motion detection, and alarm/event notification to help your business stay alert around the clock
  • Wide-angle view and wide dynamic range (WDR) available with a firmware upgrade
  • The IP67 weatherproof and IK10 vandal-proof housing helps protect the system from both natural and criminal elements (Outdoor)
  • The ImmerVision Panomorph Lens displays 30 percent more than a standard fisheye lens, with maximum view (360° x 180°) (Mini Dome)
  • Low-light performance with a Sony CMOS sensor and wide dynamic range (WDR) (Mini Dome)
  • Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) core specifications, versions 1.0 and 2.0
  • True day/night functionality with removable infrared-cut filter
  • Video Surveillance Manager software at no extra cost, with user, profile, and event management capabilities

Linksys Network Video Recorder

The core component of every video surveillance system is the recording unit, and the Linksys 2-Bay Network Video Recorder provides the ideal balance of price and performance. The LNR0208C helps protect businesses with a reliable record of everything that happens in view of Linksys cameras.

Highlighted Features Include:

  • Records up to eight video feeds simultaneously with eight separate channels
  • 2 Bays tore up to 8 TB on two internal, hot-swappable 4 TB eSata hard drives (not included)
  • Remote live view and playback
  • Multiple NVR monitoring
  • Gigabit Ethernet port and Three USB 2.0 ports
  • High performance and throughput at an affordable price

Availability
The Linksys new line-up of IP surveillance cameras and network video recorder is planned to roll out this quarter thru major distributors.

  • Linksys 1080p Indoor Night Vision Dome Camera LCAD03FLN - £265.30 MSRP Ex VAT
  • Linksys 1080p 3MP Outdoor Night Vision Dome Camera LCAD03VLNOD - £351.20 MSRP Ex VAT
  • Linksys 1080p 3MP Indoor/Outdoor 360 Mini Dome Camera LCAM0336OD - £408.50 MSRP Ex VAT
  • Linksys 1080p 3MP Outdoor Night Vision Bullet Camera LCAB03VLNOD - £351.20 MSRP Ex VAT
  • Linksys 2-Bay Network Video Recorder - LNR0208C - £437.80 MSRP Ex VAT

About Linksys
The Linksys brand has pioneered wireless connectivity since its inception in 1988 with its leading innovation and engineering strategies, and best-in-class technology, design, and customer service. Linksys enables a connected lifestyle for people at home, at work and on the move, and with its award-winning products, simplifies home control, entertainment, security and Internet access through innovative features and a growing application and partner ecosystem. For more information, visit www.linksys.com, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or watch us on YouTube.

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