Simplifies Megapixel Camera Setup and Updating
Los Angeles, CA (April 15, 2015) – Arecont Vision®, the industry leader in IP-based megapixel camera technology, today announced the availability of the AV-IP Utility. This easy-to-use utility is designed to simplify the setup and update process for all Arecont Vision® megapixel cameras.
“We are always looking for ways to improve the setup and configuration experience for our customers when they are working with our cameras,” stated Brad Donaldson, Director, Product Management, Arecont Vision®. “With the release of our new AV-IP Utility, we have made significant steps in both the ease of installation and in ongoing camera management.”
Features of the AV-IP Utility application include:
- Enhanced user interface
- Multiple discovery options, including broadcast and multicast
- Mass update camera firmware and/or hardware files
- Mass update camera settings
- Import and/or export camera settings using .csv file
The Arecont Vision® IP Utility is free and is immediately available for customer download from the Support page on the Arecont Vision® website.
Arecont Vision® will be demonstrating its industry-leading megapixel camera technology from booth number 8045 at the ISC West International Security Conference and Exposition from April 15th through the 17th.
ABOUT ARECONT VISION®
Arecont Vision® is the leading manufacturer of high-performance megapixel IP cameras. Arecont Vision® products are made in the USA and feature low-cost massively parallel image processing architectures MegaVideo® and SurroundVideo® that represent a drastic departure from traditional analog and network camera designs. All-in-one products such as the MegaDome®, MegaView®, MegaBall®, MicroDome®, and D4F/D4S/D4SO series provide installer-friendly solutions. STELLAR™ (Spatio TEmporal Low Light ARchitecture) technology offers dramatically increased low light performance, while True WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) and remote focus/remote zoom capabilities each enhance the camera utility. Compact JPEG and H.264 series of cameras address cost-sensitive applications.