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IQeye Alliance-pro IP cameras now available at Network Webcams

April 20th, 2012 by Emily

IQeye Alliance-pro IP cameras now available at Network Webcams

IQeye Alliance-pro IP cameras are ideal for outdoor surveillance, coming with an IP66-rated weather-proof, vandal-resistant housing, and unlike the IQeye Alliance-mx IP series, offer a stand-alone IP CCTV solution. The range is available to buy now.


Introducing the IQeye Alliance-mx IP cameras

April 18th, 2012 by Emily

We’ve recently added the IQeye Alliance-mx range of IP cameras to our IP camera store.

This new series of IQeye IP cameras all come in an IP66-rated vandal-resistant housing, making them an ideal choice for both indoor and outdoor surveillance. Offering variants with standard and HD definition, these dome cameras are packed with features at a competitive price tag, which makes them a sound investment for any IP security system.

IQeye Alliance-mx range camera All cameras in the Alliance-mx range deliver high quality images at up to 60fps and at up to HD1080p resolution, whilst IQinVision’s own technology, Lightgrabber, increases the camera’s sensitivity in low light conditions. Alongside this, the built-in infrared-cut filter allows the range to continue capturing usable footage even in complete darkness. The entire range also features two-way audio, ONVIF and PSIA compatibility and a seriously low power draw over PoE (<3.8 watts). Couple all this with the range's compatibility with most of the leading VMS offerings and you have an IP camera range that offers affordable reliability and performance. For further benefits and features take a look at our range of IQeye IP cameras, available to buy now. Alternatively call 0151 633 2111 and speak to one of our technical sales specialists directly.

Emergency Factory Reset Procedure for an IQeye 700-series IP camera

March 11th, 2009 by Greg

This is a short, simple guide explaining the emergency factory reset procedure for an IQeye 700-series IP camera.

An emergency factory reset procedure is useful if you want to reset your camera back to its default settings or if you have forgotten the password.


Network Webcams Adds IQeye Alliance Dome Range IP Cameras For Sale Online

December 2nd, 2008 by Ian

IQ Alliance range of H264 megapixel CCTV cameras for security surveillance

Network Webcams has recently added the IQeye Alliance Dome Range on its UK and European IP camera store.

The range includes a series of indoor and outdoor dome cameras, all of which run Power over Ethernet. As with all IQeye cameras the IQ Alliance series offers a wide range of image resolutions, starting at 640×480, all the way up to 2560×1920 (5.0 megapixel) for both internal and external models.

Prices start at £325 + vat for the IQeye IA10SI-B3 IP camera dome, Digital PTZ, 640×480 and PoE.

More IQeye cameras on Network Webcams’ UK and Europe IP Camera Store.

How to install and configure IQrecorder in your IQeye IP camera

November 20th, 2007 by Greg

There is additional software which can be added to all which provides an embedded recording solution without the need to install further client software on your PC. The software is called and we will show you how simple it is to install and configure.

In this HOWTO guide we will show you how to store your recordings to an FTP server as this will work for all camera models. Note though that some models contain a Compact Flash slot and you can configure your recordings to be stored on a removable Compact Flash card in place of an FTP server. Read more >>