We set up one of the My-See Indoor IP Cameras, and we were impressed with how easy they were to set up and access remotely. It took less than 3 minutes to get the camera to show up on the My-See control panel. The My-See cameras are VGA resolution IP camera (640 X 480), that offer the ability to store your video in the cloud, and not have to buy a network video recorder. Rather, the camera will monitor your home, apartment, dorm, office, warehouse, or storage room, and to notify you when someone comes in front of the camera.
My See Indoor IP Camera
It took us all of 3 minutes to get live view over the net of the camera. We connected the camera to our switch, and powered it up. We then logged into the My-See web site and entered our username & password. What’s really cool is you can view the site in English, French, Spanish, Suomi, Portuguese, and Polish. Just check the radio button for which language you want, and you are logged in.
We were asked to install Active X, if you don’t have it installed already, and then it asked to install some other software. When done, we could see that it was trying to show the image, though it was a blank, and had that little icon in the top left corner that was broken in 1/2, and didn’t see the camera.
At this point, we saw the icon of a little brick wall picture with a flame coming out that says, “No Video? Try here.” As soon as we did, the camera showed up. We are editing a video on the install and will have it on YouTube shortly.
All three versions of the My-See IP cameras are both wired and wireless, and you will need one WAP or wireless access point per location, and you can have up to six total cameras in each location. If you have a chain of stores, this is an ideal way to monitor all your locations from one location, without having to buy NVR’s at each location. Since they are both wired & wireless, you can choose which way you want to connect.
There are iPhone, Android, and Blackberry app’s, so you can pull your camera up on your smart phone, and you can customize your alerts to send to up to 4 recipients when motion is detected, and you can customize the email subject & body, as well as attach a jpg picture or 10 second mp4 video, and SMS text message to your phone, by selecting your carrier from a drop down menu.
There is a monthly plan of $14.95 per camera that will be billed each month, and if you have any questions on the My-See IP cameras, pick up the phone & call us at the # below.
Wendell the Chameleon
Spy & Surveillance Products Expert
EyeSpyPro.com/My See Indoor IP Camera