Latest fisheye fixed dome network camera, featuring a detailed 5-Megapixel resolution sensor with superb image quality.
The camera is able to provide coverage of wide, open areas, such as airports, shopping malls, parking lots, retail stores, offices
and more.The fisheye camera offers various display layouts, including original surround view, panoramic view, and regional view for various mounting applications. With the latest cutting-edge image processing capabilities, hemispherical images captured from the fisheye camera can be converted into conventional rectilinear projection for viewing and analysis. The Fisheye camera’s Panoramic PTZ solution, allowing users to simultaneously monitor an area overview from a fisheye model while providing a detailed regional view from a speed dome camera. In addition, in both the panoramic as well as regional viewing modes, users can utilize the ultra-smooth ePTZ function to easily zoom in and focus on a region of interest. The new cutting-edge Pixel Calculator function helps the user to ensure the image quality of a desired area.
Thermal network cameras create images based on the heat that always radiates from any object, vehicle or person. A thermal camera is less sensitive to problems with light conditions, such as shadows, backlight, darkness and even camouflaged objects; and delivers images that allow operators to detect and act on suspicious activity – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.Thermal cameras do not require any additional light sources – conventional or IR – that consume energy, create shadows and reveal their locations. And, in contrast to conventional day-and-night cameras that depend on a certain amount of near-infrared light to function, thermal cameras deliver reliable surveillance images even in complete darkness. Thermal cameras can handle many difficult weather conditions better than conventional cameras, e.g. allowing operators to see through smoke, haze and dust. Thermal cameras typically also provide better accuracy in intelligent video applications.
A hazardous area is a location where concentrations of flammable gases and/or vapours occur. In environments like these, a single spark could cause a fire or even an explosion. To safeguard these areas, you need explosion proof surveillance equipment you can rely on. Security products used in hazardous areas and surrounding locations have to meet certain standards (ATEX and IECEx) in terms of quality, reliability and service life. Ideally, they have a low cost of ownership while keeping the downtime of your installation close to zero.