Some of our latest Ubiquiti Networks wireless and Hikvision camera work on this gorgeous New England day.
A recently completed Maine lakehouse install with a Ubiquiti Networks, Inc. wireless P2P network to link the garage to the main house as well as 2 outdoor wireless access points and a Hikvision security camera system.
Recently, we installed a new door access controller system for our client in Boston. Here are a couple photos from the install.
Here’s a custom made mount we fabricated for a Hikvision USA Fisheye 360° camera that was installed on an angled ceiling. It definitely blends in well with all the fans in the room and the video stream is unobstructed as well.
Intellibeam recently completed a multi-site camera project connected via a wireless point to point network. We linked a Town Hall, Town Library & Police Station together in an isolated Ubiquiti Networks, Inc. wireless network running at 130Mbps. Our client is now able to view the cameras installed at the Town Hall & Library on a dual monitor setup at the …
Just finished swapping out an antiquated Cisco wireless access point for a Ubiquiti UniFi Long Range model. With the new AP, our client gained a wider coverage area as well as a guest policy portal. All of this with no fees or licensing!
Intellibeam just got it’s hands on the upcoming Ubiquiti Networks EdgeSwitch-24. It features 24x Gigabit POE+ IEEE 802.3af/at & 24VDC Passive PoE ports as well as 2x 1Gbps SFP ports. An amazing device that we will be deploying in the upcoming months to our clients. Below are the photos from the latest device from Ubiquiti.
One of our technicians was in Revere, Massachusetts today and captured some photos of the aftermath left by the tornado that touched down earlier.
It’s been a busy 2 weeks as Intellibeam just wrapped up another WiFi camera project. We installed 15 cameras, including a PTZ, that all run over a wireless point to point network back to our clients main office. No delay in the recordings, live views or remote controls. It’s amazing how well this technology can work when properly installed.
Here are some before and after photos from our latest HP ProCurve to Ubiquiti NanoBeam M5 conversion.