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Apr
05
2013

WatchBot Adds Peace of Mind

WatchBot

Almost 17 years ago when we came home from our honeymoon, we came home to a house that had been broken into.  We went from being excited to start our lives together, to a feeling of vulnerability in the blink of an eye.  The police came out made a report and left.  That was all they could do.  No witness’s, no prints, no hope of getting back our feeling of security.  This story could have ended a lot differently if we would have been able to see who did this.  Well now we can.

When I found out we were getting the chance to review the WatchBot, I was excited!  I was excited to now have the peace of mind that I could check out what was happening at my house whenever I wanted, where ever I was.  But it is more than just a camera that I can use to watch and record things that are happening at my house when I’m gone.  I can set it up to see who is at the front door before I open it.  It can be used to keep an eye on your baby when you are in the other room.  The possibilities are endless.

Here are some of the basic features:

  • Powerful high-speed video protocol processor
  • High-sensitivity 1/4″ CMOS sensor
  • 300k Pixels
  • IR night vision (range: 3-5m)
  • Optimized MJPEG video compression for transmission
  • Multi-level users management and passwords definition
  • Embedded Web Server for users to visit via web browser
  • Support wireless network (Wi-Fi/802.11/b/g) mobile
  • Supporting Dynamic IP (DDNS) and UPnP LAN
  • Alarm for motion detection
  • Support one-way (I/O) alarm connection
  • Image snapshot
  • Multiple network protocols incl: HTTP/TCP/IP/UDP/SMTP/DDNS/DHCP/FTP
  • Remote system update

**Disclosure**  I was compensated for this review, but as always the thoughts and opinions are all mine

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