Wireless Networking (WLAN/WiFi) Standards

802.11: In 1997, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) created the first WLAN standard; 802.11 Unfortunately, 802.11 only supported a maximum network bandwidth of 2 Mbps, too slow for most applications. For this reason, ordinary 802.11 wireless products are no longer manufactured.

802.11b: IEEE expanded on the original 802.11 standard in July 1999, creating the 802.11b specification. 802.11b supports bandwidth up to 11 Mbps, comparable to traditional Ethernet.

802.11b uses the same unregulated radio signaling frequency (2.4 GHz) as the original 802.11 standard. Manufacturers often prefer using these frequencies to lower their production costs. Being unregulated, 802.11b gear can incur interference from microwave ovens, cordless phones, and other appliances using the same 2.4 GHz range. However, by installing 802.11b gear a reasonable distance from other appliances, interference can easily be avoided.

Pros of 802.11b – Lowest cost; signal range is good and not easily obstructed

Cons of 802.11b – Slowest maximum speed; home appliances may interfere on the unregulated frequency band

802.11a: While 802.11b was in development, IEEE created a second extension to the original 802.11 standard called 802.11a.

802.11b gained in popularity much faster than 802.11a so some people think that 802.11a was created after 802.11b. However, 802.11a was created at the same time. Due to its higher cost, 802.11a is usually found on business networks whereas 802.11b better serves the home market.

802.11a supports bandwidth up to 54 Mbps and signals in a regulated frequency spectrum around 5 GHz. This higher frequency compared to 802.11b shortens the range of 802.11a networks. The higher frequency also means 802.11a signals have more difficulty penetrating walls and other obstructions.

Because 802.11a and 802.11b utilize different frequencies, the two technologies are incompatible with each other. Some vendors offer hybrid 802.11a/b network gear, but these products merely implement the two standards side by side (each connected devices must use one or the other).

Pros of 802.11a – Fast maximum speed; regulated frequencies prevent signal interference from other devices.

Cons of 802.11a – Highest cost; shorter range signal that is more easily obstructed.

802.11g: In 2002 and 2003, WLAN products supporting a newer standard called 802.11g emerged on the market. 802.11g attempts to combine the best of both 802.11a and 802.11b.

802.11g supports bandwidth up to 54 Mbps, and it uses the 2.4 GHz frequency for greater range. 802.11g is backward compatible with 802.11b, meaning that 802.11g access points will work with 802.11b wireless network adapters and vice versa.

Pros of 802.11g – Fast maximum speed; signal range is good and not easily obstructed.

Cons of 802.11g – Costs more than 802.11b; appliances may interfere on the unregulated signal frequency.

802.11n: 802.11n was designed to improve on 802.11g in the amount of bandwidth supported by utilizing multiple wireless signals and antennas (called MIMO technology) instead of one.

Industry standards groups ratified 802.11n in 2009 with specifications providing for up to 300 Mbps of network bandwidth. 802.11n also offers somewhat better range over earlier Wi-Fi standards due to its increased signal intensity, and it is backward-compatible with 802.11b/g gear.

Pros of 802.11n – Fastest maximum speed and best signal range; more resistant to signal interference from outside sources.

Cons of 802.11n – Standard is not yet finalized; costs more than 802.11g; the use of multiple signals may greatly interfere with nearby 802.11b/g based networks.

802.11ac: The newest generation of Wi-Fi signaling in popular use, 802.11ac utilizes dual-band wireless technology, supporting simultaneous connections on both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Wi-Fi bands. 802.11ac offers backward compatibility to 802.11b/g/n and bandwidth rated up to 1300 Mbps on the 5 GHz band plus up to 450 Mbps on 2.4 GHz.

ECS is a Voice/Data Communications Contractor located in Seattle, WA & Portland, OR.

ECS provides local technicians for on-site work installing and servicing a variety of voice/data equipment, ie; Low Voltage Cabling, CAT5e/CAT6, Fiber Optic, IP Office Telephone Systems, Voicemail, Telephones, Firewalls, Ethernet Switches, Circuit Extensions, Wireless Networking, Video Surveillance, Point of Sale, Overhead Paging, Avaya Aura Servers, Gateways, etc. 

ECS provides services in Washington & Oregon, primarily in the greater Seattle & Portland areas.

AVAYA J129 IP Phone

Cost-effective IP Phone that provides Secure, Reliable, Basic Voice Communications

The Avaya J129 IP Phone packs all the essential call handling features you’d expect in an affordable, yet highly functional SIP phone.

The Avaya J129 IP Phone is a Single Line phone that can support Two Concurrent Calls.

The Avaya J129 has 3 context-sensitive soft keys and shows display prompts that enables the user to quickly access and confidently use many standard features including:

♦ Call Transfer

♦ Call Forward

♦ Hold

♦ Initiate Conference call

♦ Access Recent Call History

♦ Dial from Directory

♦ Dial from Recent Call History

♦ Access Voicemail

♦ Park calls

♦ Pick-Up Parked calls

Benefits & Specifications:

♦ Dual 10/100 Ethernet ports to support co-located PC

♦ Handset has built in volume boost for hearing impaired

♦ Full Duplex Speakerphone

♦ 3 Context-Sensitive Soft Keys

♦ Monochrome 128×32 pixel display

♦ Status indicators

♦ Standards-based codec support: G.711a/u, G.722, G.726A, G.729, G.729A, G.729AB

♦ Optional AC adapter available

♦ Minimum Platform Support – Avaya Aura & Avaya IP Office

About Avaya: Avaya enables the mission critical, real-time communication applications of the world’s most important operations. As a global leader in delivering superior communications experiences, Avaya provides the most complete portfolio of software and services for contact center and unified communications, offered on premises, in the cloud, or a hybrid. Today’s digital world requires communications enablement, and no other company is better positioned to do this than Avaya.

ECS is an AVAYA Edge Emerald Level Business Partner located in Seattle, WA & Portland, OR.

ECS provides local technicians for on-site work installing and servicing a variety of voice/data equipment, ie; Low Voltage Cabling, CAT5e/CAT6, Fiber Optic, IP Office Telephone Systems, Voicemail, Telephones, Firewalls, Ethernet Switches, Circuit Extensions, Wireless Networking, Video Surveillance, Point of Sale, Overhead Paging, Avaya Aura Servers, Gateways, etc. 

ECS provides services in Washington & Oregon, primarily in the greater Seattle & Portland areas.

AVAYA J169 IP Phone

Give your Everyday Users Enhanced Communications Capabilities

The Avaya J169 IP Phone is an 8-line phone ideally suited for everyday users who consider the phone to be a useful communication tool and who rely on common functions like directory and speed-dial to enhance productivity and collaboration.

The Avaya J169 IP Phone features a grayscale display, 4 soft keys, high definition audio quality, integrated Gigabit Ethernet interface, headset support, and will support up to three 24-button Expansion Modules.

The Avaya J169 IP Phone is tightly integrated with the Avaya Aura and IP Office platforms and optimizes communications through flexible architecture that leverages existing investments and accommodates changing business needs.

Benefits & Specifications:

♦ High Definition audio through the wideband audio codec in the handset and headset

♦ Secondary Gigabit Ethernet port for a PC.

♦ Supports optional J100 Wireless Module for Wi-Fi connectivity and/or Bluetooth headsets

♦ Handset has built in volume boost for hearing impaired

♦ Supports reduced energy consumption through PoE Class 1 design with “sleep mode”.

♦ 8 buttons with dual LEDs (red, green)

♦ 4 softkeys

♦ Hard buttons for phone, messages, contacts, history, home, headset, speaker, volume, mute

♦ 24 administrative buttons

♦ SIP protocol support

♦ Standards-based codec support: G.711, G.726, G.729A/B, G.722, Opus

♦ Wideband audio in handset and headset

♦ Full duplex speakerphone

♦ Ergonomic hearing aid compatible handset supports TTD acoustic coupler

♦ Rich, classic, alternate, and downloadable ringtones

♦ Optional AC to 5-Volt adapter

Minimum Platform Support – Avaya Aura Platform 6.3 FP4 & Avaya IP Office 11.0

About Avaya: Avaya enables the mission critical, real-time communication applications of the world’s most important operations. As a global leader in delivering superior communications experiences, Avaya provides the most complete portfolio of software and services for contact center and unified communications, offered on premises, in the cloud, or a hybrid. Today’s digital world requires communications enablement, and no other company is better positioned to do this than Avaya.

ECS is an AVAYA Edge Emerald Level Business Partner located in Seattle, WA & Portland, OR.

ECS provides local technicians for on-site work installing and servicing a variety of voice/data equipment, ie; Low Voltage Cabling, CAT5e/CAT6, Fiber Optic, IP Office Telephone Systems, Voicemail, Telephones, Firewalls, Ethernet Switches, Circuit Extensions, Wireless Networking, Video Surveillance, Point of Sale, Overhead Paging, Avaya Aura Servers, Gateways, etc. 

ECS provides services in Washington & Oregon, primarily in the greater Seattle & Portland areas.

AVAYA J179 IP Phone

Give your Power Users Enhanced Communications Capabilities

The Avaya J179 IP Phone is an 8-line phone ideally suited for power users who consider the phone to be a useful communication tool and rely on common functions like directory and speed dial to enhance productivity and collaboration.

The Avaya J179 IP Phone features a color display, 4 softkeys, high definition audio quality, integrated Gigabit Ethernet interface, headset support, up to three 24-button Expansion Modules, and optional Wi-Fi/Bluetooth

The Avaya J179 IP Phone is tightly integrated with the Avaya Aura and IP Office platforms and optimizes communications through flexible architecture that leverages existing investments and accommodates changing business needs.

Benefits & Specifications:

♦ High Definition audio through the wideband audio codec in the handset and headset

♦ Secondary Gigabit Ethernet port for a PC.

♦ Supports optional J100 Wireless Module for Wi-Fi connectivity and/or Bluetooth headsets

♦ Handset has built in volume boost for hearing impaired

♦ Supports reduced energy consumption through PoE Class 1 design with “sleep mode”.

♦ 8 buttons with dual LEDs (red, green)

♦ 4 softkeys

♦ Hard buttons for phone, messages, contacts, history, home, headset, speaker, volume, mute

♦ 24 administrative buttons

♦ SIP protocol support

♦ Standards-based codec support: G.711, G.726, G.729A/B, G.722, Opus

♦ Wideband audio in handset and headset

♦ Full duplex speakerphone

♦ Ergonomic hearing aid compatible handset supports TTD acoustic coupler

♦ Rich, classic, alternate, and downloadable ringtones

♦ Optional AC to 5-Volt adapter

♦ Minimum Platform Support – Avaya Aura Platform 6.3 FP4 & Avaya IP Office 11.0

About Avaya: Avaya enables the mission critical, real-time communication applications of the world’s most important operations. As a global leader in delivering superior communications experiences, Avaya provides the most complete portfolio of software and services for contact center and unified communications, offered on premises, in the cloud, or a hybrid. Today’s digital world requires communications enablement, and no other company is better positioned to do this than Avaya.

ECS is an AVAYA Edge Emerald Level Business Partner located in Seattle, WA & Portland, OR.

ECS provides local technicians for on-site work installing and servicing a variety of voice/data equipment, ie; Low Voltage Cabling, CAT5e/CAT6, Fiber Optic, IP Office Telephone Systems, Voicemail, Telephones, Firewalls, Ethernet Switches, Circuit Extensions, Wireless Networking, Video Surveillance, Point of Sale, Overhead Paging, Avaya Aura Servers, Gateways, etc. 

ECS provides services in Washington & Oregon, primarily in the greater Seattle & Portland areas.

 

Xima Web Chat is now available!

Xima Web Chat is now available!

Xima Software just announced the general availability of their Multimedia Web Chat.

Xima Multimedia Web Chat software is designed to add another channel to their Skills Based Routing solution. It can be used in conjunction with Xima’s Voice Skills Based Routing, but can also run stand alone, along side customers using IP Office Hunt Groups.

It has a wide variety of features including:

♦ Skills Based Routing

♦ Detailed Historical Reporting

♦ Agent Chat Log

♦ Agent Desktop

♦ Pre-defined Canned Responses

♦ Customizable Chat Interface

♦ URL to Skill Group Mapping

The Xima IP Office Sales Team is available to provide customer webinar demo’s or provide one on one training upon request.

You can arrange a webinar or training session through ECS by calling 253-886-5402/503-342-7700 or emailing sales@goecs.com

Web Chat Brochure: Download Chronicall Multimedia Chat Brochure to learn more about the rich feature set of Chronicall Web Chat. https://s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/docs.ximasoftware.com/mailers/pardot_documents/xima_chat_brochure.pdf

Server Specs: Download Chronicall Multimedia Server Specs here. https://s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/docs.ximasoftware.com/mailers/pardot_documents/multimedia_ipo_whitepaper.pdf

Xima Software Support Staff will assist you with the installation of Chronicall Multimedia and will help provide the code snippet that is required to be entered onto your website.

ECS is an Authorized Xima Reseller located in Seattle, WA & Portland, OR.

ECS provides local technicians for on-site work installing and servicing a variety of voice/data equipment, ie; Low Voltage Cabling, CAT5e/CAT6, Fiber Optic, IP Office Telephone Systems, Voicemail, Telephones, Firewalls, Ethernet Switches, Circuit Extensions, Wireless Networking, Video Surveillance, Point of Sale, Overhead Paging, Avaya Aura Servers, Gateways, etc. 

ECS provides services in Washington & Oregon, primarily in the greater Seattle & Portland areas.

Avaya IP Office

IP Office will Improve your Business Communications

Transform the way you conduct business by creating a seamless engagement experience for your customers and employees. Regardless of their locations, devices, or applications, users can have telephony, messaging, conferencing, contact center, video, and unified communications, all in a flexible platform from Avaya IP Office.

Protect your investment with a solution that easily and affordably scales as your communications needs change. Starting with as few as five users, Avaya IP Office easily expands to 3,000 users, at a single site or up to 150 locations.

Enable your mobile workforce to collaborate and promote commerce. Any place, any time, and on any device.

Reduce IT overhead with true plug and play that effortlessly rolls out applications to your staff. WebRTC applications provide click-to-call capabilities from Google for Work, Salesforce.com, and Microsoft Office 365.

Accelerate growth by using a complete IP Office solution to create seamless engagement throughout your business.

Avaya IP Office is a Purpose-Built System: Accelerate growth and transform your business with a complete, integrated solution; collaboration, mobility, multichannel contact center, networking, security, video, and support services, all from a single source.

System Administration Made Simple: Eliminate IT headaches by centrally managing your IP Office solution with web-based administration, whether you have five users or 3,000, in one location or across up to 150 sites around the world.

ECS is an AVAYA Edge Emerald Level Business Partner located in Seattle, WA & Portland, OR.

ECS provides local technicians for on-site work installing and servicing a variety of voice/data equipment, ie; Low Voltage Cabling, CAT5e/CAT6, Fiber Optic, IP Office Telephone Systems, Voicemail, Telephones, Firewalls, Ethernet Switches, Circuit Extensions, Wireless Networking, Video Surveillance, Point of Sale, Overhead Paging, Avaya Aura Servers, Gateways, etc. 

ECS provides services in Washington & Oregon, primarily in the greater Seattle & Portland areas.

Do you Know who Avaya is ?

Do you Know AT&T ?

On September 30, 1996 through the demerger of the former AT&T Technologies business unit of AT&T Corporation, Lucent Technologies was formed. One of the primary reasons AT&T Corporation chose to spin off its equipment manufacturing business was to permit it to profit from sales to competing telecommunications providers; these customers had previously shown reluctance to purchase from a direct competitor. Bell Labs brought prestige to the new company, as well as the revenue from thousands of patents.

On October 1, 2000 Lucent Technologies Inc. spun off their telephone system, unified communications, and call center businesses to a new company called Avaya (like Papaya). Since 2001, the company has sold, and acquired several companies to support its current product set and further it’s global leadership position. In 2004 Avaya began aggressive expansion in Europe and in Asia.

Avaya is a company spun off from Lucent Technologies, itself a spinoff of AT&T, Avaya continues to sell and support telephone models for businesses that were made popular in the heyday of the Bell System, including the 2554 wall phone, and the 2500 series desk phone, both popular Western Electric models. Much of Avaya’s product and customer set today can be traced back to its AT&T legacy where it formed part of AT&T Network Systems.

ECS is an AVAYA Edge Emerald Level Business Partner located in Seattle, WA & Portland, OR.

ECS provides local technicians for on-site work installing and servicing a variety of voice/data equipment, ie; Low Voltage Cabling, CAT5e/CAT6, Fiber Optic, IP Office Telephone Systems, Voicemail, Telephones, Firewalls, Ethernet Switches, Circuit Extensions, Wireless Networking, Video Surveillance, Point of Sale, Overhead Paging, Avaya Aura Servers, Gateways, etc. 

ECS provides services in Washington & Oregon, primarily in the greater Seattle & Portland areas.

Lorex 4K NVR Security System

8-Channel 4K NVR with 6 each 4K/8-MP Outdoor Color Night Vision Cameras

Costco Special Price: $699.99 (regularly $799.99) 

(the same components purchased directly from the Lorex website are over $1,599.00)

Kit Includes:

♦ 8-Channel Ultra HD 4K NVR

♦ 2TB Security-Grade Hard Drive

♦ Color Night Vision

♦ H.265 Video Compression

♦ Remote Viewing from PC, Tablet, or Smartphone

♦ Remote Control

♦ USB Mouse

♦ Power Adapter

♦ HDMI Cable

♦ 6 each 4K Outdoor Cameras

Contact ECS to install it for you!

ECS is Video Surveillance Installation company located in Seattle, WA & Portland, OR.

ECS provides local technicians for on-site work installing and servicing a variety of voice/data equipment, ie; Low Voltage Cabling, CAT5e/CAT6, Fiber, Video Surveillance, IP Office Telephone Systems, Voicemail, Firewalls, Ethernet Switches, Circuit Extensions, WiFi, Point of Sale, Overhead Paging, etc.

ECS provides services in Washington & Oregon, primarily in the greater Seattle & Portland areas.

Lorex 4K Ultra HD 8MP Audio Dome Camera

4K Ultra HD Resolution 8MP Motorized Varifocal Outdoor IP Audio Dome Camera

Part#: LNE8974BW – $379.99

See further into the dark than ever before. Belonging to Lorex’s line of Nocturnal IP security cameras, this all-black dome security camera offers the longest night vision range of any Lorex camera. It also offers 4K resolution recording, a motorized zoom lens with 4x optical zoom, listen-in audio, extreme weather capabilties, a heavy-duty metal housing, and more.

4K Security Monitoring: At the center of this security camera is a cutting edge 8.51 MP image sensor. This sensor is capable of recording 4K video, which is especially important for security camera footage. 4K footage will ultimately provide you with the best chance to capture useable evidence should an incident ever occur. (It is important to note that this 4K security camera does not require a 4K television or monitor for use. The additional resolution will simply be there for you should you need to use the video as evidence.)

Over 8 Million Pixels

4X Optical Zoom Security Camera

Auto-Focus Capabilities

Long Range Night Vision

Color Night Vision

Sony Exmor R™ CMOS Sensor

Back Illuminated Pixel Technology

eShutter

Active Mechanical Lens Filter

Real-Time 30FPS Recording Rate

Enhanced Security Monitoring with HDR

Increased Clarity in Low-Light Situations

Auto White Balance

HEVC / H.265 Compression

Expanded Coverage with Built In Microphone

All-Weather Security Camera

Extreme Temperature Performace

Durable Metal Camera Housing

Regional Motion Zones

Privacy Masking

Indoor/Outdoor

ECS is Lorex Authorized Reseller/Installer located in Seattle, WA & Portland, OR.

ECS provides local technicians for on-site work installing and servicing a variety of voice/data equipment, ie; Low Voltage Cabling, CAT5e/CAT6, Fiber Optic, IP Office Telephone Systems, Voicemail, Telephones, Firewalls, Ethernet Switches, Circuit Extensions, Wireless Networking, Video Surveillance, Point of Sale, Overhead Paging, Avaya Aura Servers, Gateways, etc. 

ECS provides services in Washington & Oregon, primarily in the greater Seattle & Portland areas.

 

Lorex 4K Ultra HD 8-Megapixel Outdoor IP Camera

Lorex 4K Ultra HD 8-Megapixel Outdoor IP Camera with 130’ Night Vision & High Efficiency Video Compression (HEVC/H.265)

Lorex Part#: LNB8111BW

4K Ultra HD resolution IP Camera: Lorex by FLIR is introducing this industry-leading 4K (8-Megapixel) IP security camera to their extensive line of consumer security products. The LNB8111B will leave nothing to question. It will provide the maximum level of detail and clarity available, not to mention an increased ability to zoom in on distant objects without drastically reducing image quality. It also has incredible infrared night vision, a wide angle 88° field of view, and a fully weatherproof metal housing.

4K Resolution Video clarity: 4K clarity will give you the best chance to capture useable evidence should an incident ever occur on your property. It is important to note that this 4K security camera does not require a 4K television or monitor for use. The additional resolution will simply be there for you should you need to capture a screenshot or use the video as evidence.

The 4K Difference: The 8-Megapixel image sensor at the core of the LNB81113B bullet security camera, is capable of recording a 4K pixel resolution of 3840 x 2160 at 15 frames-per-second (FPS). This resolution will deliver extremely detailed images and allow for greater digital zooming so you can see further into the distance.

Long Range Digital Zoom: One of the foremost benefits of having a 4K security camera is the quality of digital zooming within recordings. Since a 4K security camera has around 4× the amount of pixels as a 1080p security camera, the image will hold up much better as a digital zoom is applied. This means that important details, such as facial features or license plates, can potentially still be seen, even if they are deep in the distance of the image.

Sony Exmor R CMOS Sensor: This security camera utilizes an 8.51 megapixel Sony Exmor R image sensor with over 8 million pixels on it. This top-of-the-line image sensor is used to convert the analog signal to digital. It uses back illuminated pixel technology for excellent low light performance and shields the video from noise by passing through an analog noise reduction before conversion and a digital noise reduction after conversion.

Back Illuminated Pixel Technology: With traditional front-illuminated image sensors, light energy (photons) has to travel through metal wiring and transistors before reaching the sensor’s light sensitive area (photo-diode) on the image sensor. That is not the case with this security camera, however. Using back illuminated pixel technology, the amount of light that reaches the photo-diode is increased as the light does not have to pass through the layer of wiring. This drastically improves low-light performance and results in less digital noise to keep your security footage clean and clear.

eShutter: Shutter speed, also known as exposure time, is the length of time the image sensor is exposed to light. In both photography and videography, it is vitally important to determine the best shutter speed for the lighting conditions. In essence, you want a high shutter speed to ensure the least amount of motion blur. However, a high shutter needs a lot of light. So finding the right balance between lighting conditions and shutter speed is a difficult art. But you don’t have to worry about any of this. This security camera utilizes an electronic shutter that automatically adjusts depending on the amount of available light. In fact, the shutter of this camera can move anywhere between 1/3 of a second to 1/100000 of a second to provide you with optimal video with minimal motion blur.

Full-color video, even at night: With most security cameras there is usually an automatic shift from full color to black and white when lighting conditions change at night. This is not the case for the LNB8111B bullet security camera. It features our revolutionary Color Night Vision (CNV) technology.

This feature will:

♦ Produce full-color video, even in low-light conditions*

♦ Provide a further level of detail (the color of clothes or cars, for example)

♦ Add increased contrast for easier detection and recognition of people and objects

*Please note that ambient lighting is needed for full-color night vision. The image will typically switch to black and white infrared in total darkness to ensure maximum quality night vision.

Active Mechanical Lens Filter: There is a noticeable click the moment your camera turns into infrared night mode. This is the Active Mechanical Lens Filter, otherwise known as the IR Cut Filter, disengaging. Without it, UV and infrared rays would be allowed to enter the lens during the day, causing distortions and discoloration to the video. This filter also reduces the effects of atmospheric conditions such as haze, to create sharper images with more depth and finer, richer color gradation. When light levels become too low, this filter is disengaged to allow the camera’s infrared lights into the lens, which allows you to see even in complete darkness.

Real-Time 30FPS Recording Rate: This IP camera is capable of recording at a real-time 30 frames per second (FPS) rate at 2K resolution. Recording at 30 FPS will provide you with exceptionally smooth on-screen movement and help provide you with more frames to choose from for evidence.

Enhanced Security Monitoring with HDR: This IP camera uses HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology that works to ensure you capture the most important details, regardless of lighting conditions. Dynamic range is measured as the difference between the brightest point and the darkest point of the video. HDR technology uses this difference to automatically adjust the picture’s brightness, resulting in optimized, highly-detailed security video.

Enhanced Clarity in Low-Light Situations: This IP camera uses DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) technology to filter out noise from low-light settings as well any noise caused by motion. By eliminating graininess, your camera provides a cleaner, more accurate image with better clarity, sharpness, and improved motion detection, enhancing your HD experience even in the dark! Not only does DNR reduce noise, but it reduces video file sizes as well, giving you greater disc space for storage.

Auto White Balance: Colors must be reproduced authentically in your security camera footage for useable evidence. Thankfully, this security camera will automatically adjust the color settings so that white areas in real life will be reproduced as white in your footage. Having a proper white balance will then consequently ensure that all other colors will be accurate as well. This camera offers presets and total white balance customization as well. These can be used for additional levels of white balance control to suit your needs.

Longer record times with HEVC compression: This security camera uses HEVC compression technology to save you storage space. HEVC stands for High Efficiency Video Compression (also known as H.265 or MPEG-H Part 2), and can compress video up to 40% more than its predecessor AVC (Advanced Video Coding) or H.264 video compression, with the same quality of video. This means that you can keep the 4K video quality without the large 4K file sizes.

All-weather security camera: Your 4K security camera is rated IP66. This ensures safe outdoor installations. Furious winds, torrential downpours, and furious snowstorms are no match for this rugged security camera. It will even continue to operate in freezing climates as low as -22°F / -30°C. So, go ahead and place this security camera where you need it most. Its heavy-duty metal housing is well equipped to withstand both the elements and vandalism.

Anti-corrosive metal camera housing: Built from a solid unibody metal housing, the LNB8111B allows for durability while still maintaining a lightweight design. The corrosion-resistant aerospace-grade aluminum body makes this camera perfect for both indoor and outdoor use, protecting it from even the harshest of weather; rain, snow, or hail. Engineered from the same material that is used in construction of airplanes and cars, this Lorex camera is strong enough to withstand large impacts unlike conventional plastic security cameras.

Regional Motion Zones: Not every part of the camera’s field of view is equally important. For this reason, this camera, in conjunction with the NVR, can be programmed with up to four different zones that can customized to suit your needs. Within each of these zones, you can adjust the sensitivity (the amount of movement required to register that movement) and threshold (how much movement is required before creating a motion “event”). This means that more important areas, such as a doorway, can be adjusted to record even the slightest bit of movement, while other sections of the frame, like a tree, would need a much higher level of motion to cause the NVR to record or create a motion event.

Privacy Masking: Sometimes there are sections of the camera’s field of view that you do not want it to record. This can be inside windows or perhaps your pool / hot tub, or if you have a small business, the pin pad by the cash register or bathroom entrances. Thankfully, this camera features a privacy masking feature that will literally black out these sections within the recordings. To utilize this feature, enter your camera settings within the NVR and draw a square or rectangle over the areas you wish to block out.

Custom Video Orientation: There’s no need to worry about making sure the camera is the “right side up” while installing it. You can easily change the visual orientation via the NVR. The video can be rotated 90°, 180°, and 270°. This feature is especially handy if installing a camera on the side of a wall, for instance. The video can also be flipped upside down and mirrored, in case of ceiling mounted cameras, so the video feed will be properly orientated.

This IP camera works with NVRs: Easily connect this IP camera to any Lorex or FLIR HD IP NVR, the camera is also compatible with all NVRs that support ONVIF protocols.

ONVIF Compliant: ONVIF is an open standard protocol for IP Network Cameras to communicate easily with Network Video Recorder (NVR) devices.

Vandal Resistant: Built and designed to withstand vandalism.

Indoor Outdoor: Camera performs both in outdoor and indoor applications.

Night Vision: View video during the day and with night vision at night.

ECS is an Authorized Lorex Reseller located in Seattle, WA & Portland, OR.

ECS provides local technicians for on-site work installing and servicing a variety of voice/data equipment, ie; Low Voltage Cabling, CAT5e/CAT6, Fiber Optic, IP Office Telephone Systems, Voicemail, Telephones, Firewalls, Ethernet Switches, Circuit Extensions, Wireless Networking, Video Surveillance, Point of Sale, Overhead Paging, Avaya Aura Servers, Gateways, etc. 

ECS provides services in Washington & Oregon, primarily in the greater Seattle & Portland areas.