Panasonic Network Cameras

What is it?
Panasonic Network Cameras can be viewed and controlled from a standard web browser. Place cameras in your home, office, vacation home or almost anywhere else that you'd like to keep an eye on things, with no PC required on location!. They are easy to install, easy to operate and require no additional software for your viewing PC. Each camera also comes with a free web address which can track the camera automatically. All you need is a regular Web browser, as all of the other required software, including control software (TCP/UDP) and e-mail software (SMTP) is already inside of each camera. Each camera offers different features to suit your needs, but all offer potential peace of mind. Connecting the camera to the Internet requires an Internet Account, and may require that you obtain additional hardware such as a cable or DSL modem, or a hub or router with a 10Base-T Ethernet connection. The camera will not be accessible from across the Internet unless the Internet connection is active. The frame rate of the motion image viewed across the Internet is dependent upon the uplink speed of the Internet connection and other factors.
Simple Ethernet Connection
No PC required. Cameras are attached through an Ethernet connection (or router) and power source, so you don't need a computer at each location you want monitored. Each camera has a built-in web server with IP address. To view the images on a PC, simply open a graphics-capable Web browser and type in the cameras specified, password optional Internet address.
View Images from Virtually any Internet Device
View images or watch video on virtually any Internet-enabled device, including a handheld PC or an Internet-ready cell phone. Some devices may require the installation or purchase of web browser software for compatibility. Some devices may not be upgradeable.
Receive Email from the Camera
Each camera comes with email software already installed. When the camera is connected to the Internet, you can have images automatically emailed to you whenever the camera is triggered by an optional security sensor or a set timer.