New app from ABUS Security-Center – mobile access for IP cameras
One the app's main functions is to provide a live stream from up to four network cameras simultaneously; up to 16 cameras can be stored. This allows users to conveniently access one or more ABUS IP cameras while on the move and watch all video data in a live stream. Of course, you can still make full use of useful functions provided by Apple devices, such as displaying videos in portrait or landscape mode: simply turn the device to one side and thereby change to full-screen display. It is also possible to save images from the live stream. The corresponding image is stored in the pictures folder and can then be conveniently sent via MMS or e-mail.
Controlling pan/tilt cameras
One particular highlight is the function for controlling PT cameras using the control buttons integrated in the live pictures.
IPCam Viewer Lite
For those yet to make a decision or anybody who wishes to test out the app, the IPCam Viewer Lite app is now available free of charge. In this version, all configuration data is deleted once the app is closed.
The IPCam Viewer app is available now in the Apple App Store for the following ABUS Security-Center network cameras: TV7203, TV7204, TV7206, TV7230, TV7240, TV7220, TV7221, TV7222, TV7223, TVIP10000, TVIP10050, TVIP10500, TVIP10550, TVIP11000, TVIP11050, TVIP11500, TVIP11550, TVIP20000, TVIP20050, TVIP20500, TVIP20550, TVIP21000, TVIP21050, TVIP21500, TVIP21550, TVIP31000, TVIP31050, TVIP31500, TVIP31550, TVIP51500, TVIP51550, TVIP40000, TVIP41550, TVIP52500, TVIP52501, TVIP71500, TVIP71550.
For further information please visit our website: www.abus-sc.com.
ABUS Security-Center GmbH & Co. KG
ABUS Security-Center is one of the leading manufacturers of electronic security technology. As a comprehensive solutions provider, ABUS Security-Center markets an international range of products and solutions for the alarm and video surveillance areas. ABUS Security-Center is based in Mühlhausen near Augsburg in Germany and has additional branches in Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Denmark and Taiwan.
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