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TRENDnet logoTRENDnet has announced a pair of 3 Megapixel IP outdoor cameras.

The TV-IP311PI Outdoor 3MP Full HD PoE Dome Day/Night Network Camera and TV-IP310PI Outdoor 3MP Full HD PoE Day/Night Network Camera are both 3 MP IP cameras designed for outdoor use with IP66 weather rated housings.

Common features include maximum H.264 video resolution of 2048 x 1536 up to 15 fps (1920 x 1080 up to 30 fps) and 704 x 480 MJPEG up to 30 fps, 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port with 802.3af PoE, power port for non PoE power and IPv6 support.

TRENDnet TV-IP311PI & TV-IP310PI IP cameras

TRENDnet TV-IP311PI & TV-IP310PI IP cameras

Both use 1/3" CMOS sensors supporting minimum illumination levels of 0.05 and 0.07 lux for the TV-IP311PI and TV-IP310PI, respectively. The 310PI's IR-illuminated night vision range is 30 m, while the 311PI's is 25 m.

Both the TV-IP311PI and TV-IP310PI are shipping now at MSRP's of $279.99 and $259.99, respectively.

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