Installing security contractors can obtain the benefits of Speco cameras on Eagle Eye’s VMS, such as managing video remotely without worries of frequent support visits to the customer site, according to an announcement.
Following is a list of Speco cameras that are integrated with Eagle Eye Networks’ VMS: O3VLD1; O3VLB3; O3VFDM; O3VFBM; O4VLD5; O4VLB5; O2VLB5; O4D2M; O4D6M; O8D2M; O4DT5; O4DT6M; O4D1; O2P4X; O2P12X; O4FD5M; O4FB8M; O4B6M; O4B7; O4B2M; O8B2M; O4MD3; O2MD1; O4T8; O2iD4M; O2i5M; O2iD8; O2iB68.
All Speco IP cameras come with a junction box included as an added convenience, along with a five-year warranty. For more than 50 years the company has provided video surveillance equipment and electronic accessories, as well as the audio products for residential and commercial use.
The Eagle Eye Cloud VMS is a security camera system that is said to provide complete Cloud management, including mobile and web browser viewing, and, if users prefer, complete Cloud recording. Among its feature sets, users can click and add an analog or IP camera at any time as well as click and change how long recordings are stored.
The Eagle Eye iOS and Android apps allow users to remotely view both live and stored Cloud video from mobile devices. Camera locations and orientations can be viewed on a world map, with building boundaries and interior walls displayed when available. Users can scroll and zoom to different locations. Additionally, the camera icon colors show camera status: green indicates the camera is active, while red indicates an inactive state.
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