TRENDnet TV-IP200W A1 Internet Camera Server Firmware 1.32 DO NOT upgrade firmware on any TRENDnet product using wireless connection. Firmware upgrade over wireless connection may damage the product. Please perform firmware upgrade with "wired" network connection only Firmware for Hardware Version A1 Note: Firmware can not be mixed between hardwares. Wireless Internet Camera Server TRENDnet TV-IP200W Wireless Internet Camera Server is the perfect device for remote monitoring and transmitting real-event over the Internet. With the reliability and scalability of IEEE 802.11b Wireless and Fast Ethernet, the TV-IP200W functions as a video / surveillance camera allows you to follow live events with your web browser via Internet or Intranet. This Internet Camera Server has VGA quality video, automatic snapshot, event notification via e-mail, and auxiliary input / output ports, making it the ideal solution for Internet video broadcasting applications. Features * Supports both ActiveX control for Internet Explorer and Java applet for Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator * Provides access from web browser for live image viewing * Supports TCP / IP networking, SMTP e-mail, HTTP and other Internet protocols * In a mixed operating system environment such as Windows and Macintosh Utilized * Supports Web configuration with password protection * Supports both 10/100Mbps Ethernet / Fast Ethernet and IEEE 802.11b 11Mbps wireless networks * Powerful Windows IP View Application Software for multiple cameras monitoring, image capturing and video recording * Two inputs for sensors / switches * Two outputs for external devices for alarm based events when input sensor triggered * E-mail alerts with images when input sensor triggered * Wide range of applications for monitoring homes, offices, banks, hospitals and a variety of industrial and public monitoring It is strongly recommended to have the latest driver version available. Do not forget to check with our site as often as possible in order to stay on the latest drivers, software and games booth. Try a system restore point before installing a device driver. This will help if you installed a wrong driver. Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or no longer supported.