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    Samsung’s New 360 Pan/Tilt/Zoom Dome Web Camera Server Updates Its Own IP Addresses
     
   
Secaucus NJ, June 6, 2001 – Samsung’s new Webthru SWC-160 Pan/Tilt/Zoom Dome Web Camera Server with 360 "endless" horizontal rotation, is a member of a new class of surveillance cameras from Samsung custom made for the internet. In addition to having its own built-in web server, it has its own Dynamic IP Address system to automatically compensate for changes in its IP Address.

According to Samsung Camera technicians, Dynamic IP Address can greatly reduce the "backroom" webmaster work of manually assigning and changing IP addresses, especially important for companies and institutions deploying multiple cameras.

Because the required internet circuitry is built into the camera body (The SWC-160 has its own 32 bit RISC CPU running its own internet site via embedded Linux), the camera is exceptionally easy to install and highly efficient. Samsung’s family of Webthru cameras all use new Wavelet image compression technology so they provide more image information much faster than was available than in the past.

Webthru cameras all feature motion detection and alarm, image compression and decompression rate controls, on-line remote upgrade of software, and external video input.

SWC 160 Pan/Tilt/Zoom Camera Highlights:

The SWC-160 features silicon photo diode sensitivity.
The capability to send images at 30 frames per second at a resolution of 360 X 243.
Using new Wavelet technology it offers image compression efficiency 30 to 300% better than standard JEPG.
Up to 100 viewers can connect all at once with normal internet browsers from any different locations in the world where the internet is available.
Remote upgrades over the web.
The option of selecting up to 720 X 486 for a high-resolution image.
The built-in web camera server has its own programmable web page.

SWC-160 Specifications:

Weight: 2.1Kg (4.63 Lbs.); Focal length: f=3.9~62.4mm. Has its own built-in Linux web server with a 32 bit RISC processor, Wavelet compression and TCP/IP, HTTP, FTP, ARP, RARP, PPP, SMTP connectivity. Image pick-up is through a -inch, 270K color 410,000 pixels CCD. Image resolutions can be remotely set to 720x486, 720x243, 360x243 and 90x60. Lens: 16X optical zoom, 8X digital zoom to a maximum of 128 (optical/digital) of actual size. The camera sends e-mail and offers motion detection and 2-alarm input and remote 10-level image quality control.

Editor’s Note: Links for additional technical information and high resolution color images of the new SWC-160 Pan/Tilt/Zoom Dome Web Camera Server or other members of the Webthru family of cameras suitable for publishing can be downloaded from the Samsung Webthru Camera Press Room, at
http://www.vamcom.com/pressroom/samsungcamera
For more information contact:

David Dunlap
1-800-762-7746ext. 507
ddu2295@aol.com
Samsung Opto-Electronics America, Inc. - CCTV
40 Seaview Drive
Secaucus, NJ07094, USA

Jess Gregory
973-503-1919 ext. 102
jess@vamcom.com
Vamcom Advertising
PO Box 729
Chester, NJ07930

 
 
     
 
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