Site Map - Cameras

Video Lighting

- Iluminar has introduced two new lighting solutions that operate on power over Ethernet (PoE). The infrared IR312-PoE and white light WL220-PoE series are designed for challenging installations and illuminate twice the distance of previous series.

Surveillance Cameras

- Basler Vision Technologies of Ahrensburg, Germany, has introduced a new generation of extremely light-sensitive IP cameras with CCD sensors. They provide frame rates up to 100 frames per second.

HD Cameras

- New megapixel high-definition cameras series from Dall­meier electronic GmbH & Co. of Regensburg, Germany, offer a path into HD surveillance technology.

Remote Lens Clearing

- The Argus high-speed, precision pan-and-tilt system from Geutebruck of Windhagen, Germany, is designed for relia­ble operation in inaccessible and inhospitable environments.

Network Camera

- Canon U.S.A., Inc., of Lake Success, New York, offers the VB-C60 PTZ Network Camera, a compact solution for remote video monitoring over IP. It operates in low lighting and can be set to re­cord on motion detection with up to 10 seconds of imaging prior to the event.

High-Definition Cameras

- The Nextiva S5000 Series IP Cameras from Verint Systems Inc. of Melville, New York, offer H.264 compression technology in a high-performance network camera. The camera provides efficient band­width management and excellent images in a variety of discreet video surveillance applications.

Camera Intelligence

- Bosch Security Systems, Inc., of Fairport, New York, has introduced a single-channel video encoder that transforms existing analog cameras into powerful automated detectors. The encoder delivers H.264 compressed video and has a built-in hardware accelerator for intelligent video analysis functionality.

Tamper-Resistant Camera

- The TufGuy tamper-resistant camera from San Diego-based Sperry West is designed to be impervious to attacks by vandals. A protective shield covers the lens and 36-LED, high-output infrared array, which can easily be replaced, even if attacked with paint.

Camera Housing

- Moog Videolarm of Decatur, Georgia, has introduced a new camera housing system that works with 3G/4G wireless systems that provide surveillance via cellular networks or WiMax. The Liberty Dome is ideal for difficult-to-wire rapid deployment or isolated application installations.

HD Camera

- The 11000 high-definition fixed IP camera is new from IndigoVision of Edinburgh, Scotland. The one-megapixel, full-frame rate day/night camera is guaranteed to never drop a frame.

Low-Light Camera

- The ChromaNox line of EMCCD low-light security cameras from FLIR Systems, Inc., of Portland, Oregon, deliver exceptional image quality in light levels from bright sunlight to dark starlight conditions. The cameras feature proprietary image-processing algorithms to bring out hidden details.

Intelligent Camera

- SightLogix of Princeton, New Jersey, has introduced SightSensor intelligent video cameras, which detect, assess, and locate intrusions over large perimeters and outdoor areas.

License Plate Camera

- Designed to recognize license plates at close range, the LPRB922 license plate recognition camera from Speco Technologies of Amityville, New York, sees only the license plate and ignores other background information.

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