AXIS 2120 Network Camera
Discontinued product, Online support only
Please see the user manual for the product’s technical specifications.
High quality images: Up to 30/25 (NTSC/PAL) frames/sec
Built-in Web server
Built-in motion detection
DC-iris lens for outdoor light conditions
Manual zoom 2.3 x
Standard C/CS lens mount
For indoor or outdoor applications
Complete with built-in Web server and motion detection, the award-winning AXIS 2120 Network Camera is all you need to keep a visual track of events both at home and in the office.
With no PC required for transmitting your images over the WAN/LAN or the Internet, you’re just a network plug away from live remote monitoring from any convenient desktop.
7th Computerworld Readers' Choice Awards AXIS 2120 Network Camera wins international award
At this year's Computerworld Readers' Choice Awards in Singapore, the AXIS 2120 Network Camera came out as the winner in the Hardware category for Best Network Camera. The other categories were Networking, Software, Internet and Service Providers. In competition with big players in the industry, Axis won one of the 38 awards.
"We find that the Axis network camera in the computer room is very easy to set up and to use. This means that minimal training is needed. For our purposes, it is better than closed circuit television," says Chia Ser Sin, manager - IT infrastructure, Caltex Services
"If many of the winners' names sound familiar, it is a testimony to how, in an industry better known for product obsolescence and the spectacular free fall of tech stocks, these companies have managed to remain relevant, and to continue delivering value to businesses and IT users," says Tan Ee Sze, editor at Computerworld Singapore
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Note! The articles are not a part of Axis' Web site.
AXIS 2120 product review, 3d Retreat, 08/2001
The reviewer finds the AXIS 2120 Network Camera well-designed, rugged, ideal for indoor/outdoor surveillance or monitoring and easy to set up and maintain. He finds the motion detection system to be very good and is impressed with the quality of the images the camera produced.
Webcam can mind the door, Government Computer News, 05/2001
"The Axis 2120 Network Camera from Sweden’s Axis Communications Inc. boosts security from passwords, biometric readers and door locks by letting the administrator monitor via browser without having to dedicate a PC to a video camera."
Embedded Linux powers intelligent online video camera, ZD Net’s Linux Devices, 10/2000
"Axis Communications has introduced a new model of its intelligent Network Camera, the Model 2120. With its built-in 100 MHz RISC microprocessor running an embedded Linux operating system, and its Ethernet connection, the device can serve as an intelligent tool for remote monitoring of live video via either an intranet or the Internet."