As Europe’s largest distributor of video surveillance, EET Europarts offers a wide range of products to IT professionals. Our products are of high quality. Our vast assortment ensures our customers find a solution that fits their needs and requirements of surveillance. We offer a wide variety of IP cameras for security applications. Our IP camera range includes brands such as Cisco, ACTi, Axis, Bosch, Sony, Canon, Belkin, Pelco, and Videotec; they all deliver solutions that meet the most stringent demands of the industry.
By using an IP camera, any location can be secured. Whether it is a store, warehouse, office or storage you want to secure, it is possible with the appropriate IP Camera. No matter where you are located, you can access your camera, which gives a great sense of security.
The IP camera section includes cameras within:
- 360 degrees
- Explosion Proof
- Hidden cam
- Vandal Dome
If you are having problems finding the IP camera that suits your specific needs, then try our award-winning Product Guide. The Product Guide is a tool to ensure that you find an IP camera compatible with your existing surveillance system. The guide will, in three easy steps, provide you with a list of compatible products. Start by entering brand, series and model, and the guide will present you with the right options.
Whether you are looking for 360 degrees IP cameras or thermal cameras, EET Europarts will help you find a solution. We understand the needs of the industry and how vital it is to secure your business.
See what is going on—anywhere!
An IP camera—Internet Protocol camera—is a type of digital camera that is used for surveillance. This type of camera makes the surveillance camera capable of sending and receiving data through an Internet connection, to a computer located anywhere.
The most typical cameras that are capable of sending and receiving data through an Internet connection are webcams. If you are looking for a surveillance camera that has the same qualifications, then look for a camera called either an IP camera or a Netcam.
In the market for surveillance cameras, there are two different types of cameras that are mainly used: one being the IP camera and the other being the CCTV camera. The main difference between the two types of cameras are: the IP camera sends and receives digital image data through an Internet connection, whereas the CCTV camera is an analogue camera.
Because the CCTV camera is an analogue camera, it means that it is a closed-circuit television. The CCTV camera can therefore only transmit a signal to a specific place and to a limited amount of monitors. This makes this type of surveillance less flexible compared to the IP surveillance camera. With an IP camera, you have the option of accessing its view from any computer, regardless of where you are located.
There exist two different types of IP cameras on the market at the moment:
- Centralized IP cameras – The centralized IP camera requires a central network recorder, also called a NVR, to handle recording, video, and alarm management.
- Decentralized IP cameras – The decentralized IP camera does not require a central NVR, since it has a built-in recording function, and can record directly to any standard storage media, such as a SD card, computer, or a server.
IP cameras come with a resolution ranging from 0.3 VGA resolution to 29 megapixel.
However, like many other digital devices today, most IP cameras are produced with high definition picture quality, like 720p, 1080i or 16:9 resolution.
There are many advantages of the IP camera:
- Possibility of two-way communication: Many IP cameras have built-in two-way communication. This makes it possible for you to communicate with the person in front of the camera; for example, if one of your employees needed help performing a task, and you were not at the location to provide inputs.
- Encryption and authentication: Every IP camera is secured with encryption and authentication, which makes the surveillance camera very safe to use. It secures the data transmission with different methods such as WPA, WPA2, TKIP, and AES.
- Flexible: Besides being a surveillance camera, the IP camera can also be used as a wireless network. The IP camera does not need any power supply; therefore, it is easy to set up and get running.
- Remote accessibility: Since IP cameras are connected to an Internet connection, it is possible for you to access the camera from any computer, irrespective of your physical location.
Remember to use our product guide in order to find an IP camera that suits your needs. We advice you combine the use of our guide with the filter system on the left of the screen; this way, you will quickly and easily locate what you are looking for.