Keep your home or business safe with Swann’s latest 2MP outdoor WiFi network camera ‘SWWHD-INTCAM-US’. Adopting an IP65-rated enclosure that is suitable for outdoor use, this network camera is equipped with a 120-degree field of view lens, IR LEDs for night vision up to 32’, motion detection function, thermal PIR motion sensor, a built-in microphone – allows you to hear what is going on around the camera from up to 16’ away and built-in dual-band WiFi connectivity for remote viewing.
Powered by a rechargeable 6000mAh lithium battery, the Swann SWWHD-INTCAM-US can capture video at a resolution of 1920 x 1080. The Swann SWWHD-INTCAM-US is available now for $119.99. [Product Page]
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Swann is bringing you their latest dash camera, the Economy HD. Designed to protect you from fraudulent accident claims, this compact dash camera has a 140-degree wide angle lens (w/ ability to see license plates), a 2.7-inch LCD screen, a microSD card slot (up to 32GB), a micro-USB port and a micro-HDMI output port.
Other key features include G-Sensor, Overwrite Loop Recording and Motion Detection Recording when the vehicle is parked. Powered by a built-in rechargeable battery or via car lighter socket, which will allow for continuous power, the Economy HD can record 1080p Full HD video.
The Swann Economy HD is currently available for pre-order for $79.99. [Product Page]
Keep an eye on your home or office using Swann’s new Soundview outdoor camera. Housed in a weather resistant enclosure (an attached sun shield & mounting system included), this durable outdoor camera has a 76-degree viewing angle lens, built-in IR LEDs for providing clear imaging even in no-light environments, a built-in microphone for sound alerts and built-in WiFi connectivity.
You can view footage anywhere by tapping into the camera’s live feed using the SwannOne mobile application and save footage simply by subscribing to one of the many SwannOne cloud storage plans. Finally, the Soundview can record 720p HD video.
The Swann Soundview is available now for just $159.99. [Product Page]
Protect yourself from fraudulent accident claims using Swann’s latest dash camera ‘Navigator HD’. This compact, square-shaped dash camera is equipped with a 2.1MP image sensor with f/2.4 aperture, a 2.8mm lens with 140-degree wide-angle field of view, a 2.0-inch LCD screen, a microSD card slot (up to 32GB), a built-in microphone, a USB port and a mini-HDMI port.
Other highlights include GPS tracking (time and location coordinates stamped on your footage), overwrite loop recording, G-Sensor, capture photos during video recording and motion detection recording when the vehicle is parked. Powered by a built-in 400mAh lithium-ion battery, the Navigator HD can record 1080p Full HD video.
The Swann Navigator HD is currently available for pre-order for $129.99 (car suction mount included). [Product Page]
The ideal smart home has all sorts of devices that can be controlled from a distance using a single remote, and that remote should be at your fingertips. SwannOne Hub comes with a smartphone app built on that very principle.
The problem with devices that are part of a smart phone is that in the majority of the cases, each manufacturer supplies its own companion app. As a result of this, there’s little to no interaction between the various devices, and on top of that, you would have to switch between multiple apps in order to control these smart products. If only there was an equivalent of keyboard macros for smart home devices. Oh, wait!
Developed by Swann security, the SwannOne is a home automation system that puts A/C, lights, locks, and security cameras just one tap away. The developers announced that in addition to its standard functionality, the SwannOne app will offer control over professional home monitoring services, cloud storage solutions, as well as audio analytics.
Swann’s SoundView Camera is at the core of this smart home system, as it plays a double role. First of all, it acts as a surveillance camera with night vision capabilities, and secondly, it is a hub that enables you to control the other home automation devices. The SoundView Camera works both over Wi-Fi and Zigbee protocols, and while the latter has low-power requirements, the former might prove problematic.
Geoff Wanless, CTO of Swann, pointed out that “The smart home is an unstoppable trend which we intend to be at the forefront of through continuous research and development. We understand the needs of our customers, and we are going to deliver exactly what they want – a complete and affordable security-centric smart home solution driven from one app. Our system uses the latest wireless technology, including Wi-Fi and Zigbee to ensure that it is easy to use and inter-connectable.”
In a statement made for Gizmodo, the company revealed the probable launch date, but it declined to specify the price and the exact components of the kit: “SwannOne will be available in November. Pricing and included kit information is under embargo until the product is officially available.” It remains to be seen how the product works in real-life scenarios.