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HOWTO: Set up your Panasonic IP Camera on your Wireless Network

July 3rd, 2008 by Greg

Panasonic BL-C131Wireless IP cameras are perfect security devices for your small business or home as they can be placed virtually anywhere where there is a power outlet. This allows for some great covert monitoring around your home, placing the cameras in locations where intruders wouldn’t suspect.

This HOWTO: will provide a step-by-step guide showing how to set up your wireless Panasonic IP camera so that it can connect to your wireless network.

This guide is suitable for the following cameras:

  • BL-C20A
  • BL-C30A (now discontinued)
  • BL-C131A
  • BB-HCM371A

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HOWTO: Set up your Panasonic IP Camera on your Wireless Network

July 3rd, 2008 by Greg

Panasonic BL-C131Wireless IP cameras are perfect security devices for your small business or home as they can be placed virtually anywhere where there is a power outlet. This allows for some great covert monitoring around your home, placing the cameras in locations where intruders wouldn’t suspect.

This HOWTO: will provide a step-by-step guide showing how to set up your wireless Panasonic IP camera so that it can connect to your wireless network.

This guide is suitable for the following cameras:

  • BL-C20A
  • BL-C30A (now discontinued)
  • BL-C131A
  • BB-HCM371A

Read more >>

HOWTO: View your Panasonic IP camera from your cell phone or mobile device

June 19th, 2008 by Greg

Panasonic BL-C131It’s possibly a little known fact that Panasonic IP cameras come with a dedicated viewer for cell phones and mobile devices. We certainly point this out if someone calls us for advice but I don’t think it’s a feature that Panasonic shout too much about.

So let us shout about it now because we think it’s a great feature which seems to be overlooked all too often.

Static image only

So first off, it’s designed for cell phones so don’t expect 30fps live video, in fact, don’t expect a live view at all as the viewer will only give you a static JPEG.

What’s the use in that? Well, its a live shot taken from the camera the moment you accessed the viewer and gives a good representation about what you camera can see at the exact moment in time. You can also refresh the image using the on-screen option.

This feature can be found in the consumer range of Panasonic video products: BL-C1A, BL-C20A, BL-C111A, BL-C131A, BB-HCM371A, BB-HCM511A, BB-HCM515A, BB-HCM527A, BB-HCM531A, BB-HCM580A, BB-HCM581A.

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HOWTO: View your Panasonic IP camera from your cell phone or mobile device

June 19th, 2008 by Greg

Panasonic BL-C131It’s possibly a little known fact that Panasonic IP cameras come with a dedicated viewer for cell phones and mobile devices. We certainly point this out if someone calls us for advice but I don’t think it’s a feature that Panasonic shout too much about.

So let us shout about it now because we think it’s a great feature which seems to be overlooked all too often.

Static image only

So first off, it’s designed for cell phones so don’t expect 30fps live video, in fact, don’t expect a live view at all as the viewer will only give you a static JPEG.

What’s the use in that? Well, its a live shot taken from the camera the moment you accessed the viewer and gives a good representation about what you camera can see at the exact moment in time. You can also refresh the image using the on-screen option.

This feature can be found in the consumer range of Panasonic video products: BL-C1A, BL-C20A, BL-C111A, BL-C131A, BB-HCM371A, BB-HCM511A, BB-HCM515A, BB-HCM527A, BB-HCM531A, BB-HCM580A, BB-HCM581A.

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HOWTO: Prevent Wireless Interference

May 9th, 2008 by Greg

Prevent wireless InterferenceMaking the transition from wired to wireless is an exciting step and with a wide choice of wireless IP cameras now available on the market you can keep an eye on your home or business without cluttering it up with cables.

Normally wireless connections are every bit as reliable as their wired counterpart but sometimes there can be something which prevents their smooth operation. Interference.

Interference

We’ve all experienced interference in some way, from the television picture breaking up during a heavy storm or crackling on the radio when you enter a built-up area or valley. Your wireless signal works very much in the same way as your radio or television and may dip in and out depending on circumstances and the environment.

We realise that when you are connecting your IP cameras wirelessly is it even more crucial that they remain connected at all times, especially when they are used as IP security cameras. So let’s take a look at some of the causes of interference and how we can help reduce their effect. Read more >>

HOWTO: Prevent Wireless Interference

May 9th, 2008 by Greg

Prevent wireless InterferenceMaking the transition from wired to wireless is an exciting step and with a wide choice of wireless IP cameras now available on the market you can keep an eye on your home or business without cluttering it up with cables.

Normally wireless connections are every bit as reliable as their wired counterpart but sometimes there can be something which prevents their smooth operation. Interference.

Interference

We’ve all experienced interference in some way, from the television picture breaking up during a heavy storm or crackling on the radio when you enter a built-up area or valley. Your wireless signal works very much in the same way as your radio or television and may dip in and out depending on circumstances and the environment.

We realise that when you are connecting your IP cameras wirelessly is it even more crucial that they remain connected at all times, especially when they are used as IP security cameras. So let’s take a look at some of the causes of interference and how we can help reduce their effect. Read more >>

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