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UCam247 Makes Remote Home Monitoring from Any iPhone, iPad or Android Device Child's Play with its Unique Wireless Camera(September 05, 2012)
London (PRWEB UK) 5 September 2012
UCam247, a maker of innovative Wireless IP Network Cameras, today launches a unique WiFi enabled camera aimed at a variety of purposes ranging from remotely viewable home CCTV to baby and elderly monitoring, designed from the ground up to be useable in just a few minutes.
Unlike conventional IP cameras UCam247 cameras work across all types of broadband routers and without the traditional complexity associated with the installation of network cameras which can involve messing about with router settings and the use of 3rd party services.
"Most IP camera makers make bold claims about how easy their cameras are to setup and use and all too often these words ring hollow. At UCam247 we wanted the words 'frustration free' to really mean just that and our cameras are proof of our endeavours, enabling users to monitor whatever matters to them from the comfort of their smartphone in a truly plug-and-play way," says Ms Bindu Gor, Sales and Marketing Director at UCam247.
Uniquely, UCam247 cameras can be set-up and controlled directly from an iPhone, iPad or Android device using an accompanying free app - so there is no longer the need to have a computer to hand nor install any bloated software.
Equipped with long range WiFi, infra-red night vision, motion sensor, built-in micro SD video recorder, email alerts and more every UCam247 camera is essentially a fully fledged, all-in-one CCTV system, with no additional hardware or software required.
So, not only can a user remotely view Live video from their camera on-demand but they can also control its functions and review any motion triggered event clips stored on-board, no matter where they happen to be.
In short, UCam247 cameras are about the simplest IP cameras around and fully loaded with a host of features that make them a smart choice for baby and pet monitoring, home and business video security, and many other uses besides.
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