Vandal resistant fixed IP dome cameras

March 14, 2008 -- At the upcoming IFSEC 2008, IndigoVision will be showing a range of new vandal resistant fixed IP domes, as the latest additions to its True IP camera family.

Mar 14th, 2008

March 14, 2008 -- At the upcoming IFSEC 2008, IndigoVision will be showing a range of new vandal resistant fixed IP domes. The products are the latest additions to the company's True IP camera family, designed to work with its integrated end-to-end IP video platform.

Accordiong to the company, the new internal and external vandal resistant fixed IP domes are high-end professional CCTV cameras that incorporate a Sony EXview HAD CCD sensor and proprietary MPEG-4 or H.264 compression, ensuring excellent performance. Coupled with a guaranteed frame rate of 25/30 fps, the IP domes provide an image quality that is as good as or better than an equivalent analog camera, contends IndigoVision.

The discreet IP66 vandal resistant enclosure can be ceiling or wall mounted and provides maximum protection for tough environmental conditions. Built-in support for Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) allows the camera to be powered directly from the network. Each camera is available with a number of options including PAL or NTSC formats, a standard or telephoto lens, and a color or day/night sensor.

The company maintains that dedicated IP cameras offer significant benefits for CCTV installations, providing direct connection to the network, reduced installation costs, and creating high-quality video through digital-only links between the camera sensor and network.

IndigoVision will also be showing a number of other new products and enhancements at IFSEC 2008, including a 4-Channel transmitter/receiver rack designed for mobile surveillance applications, and a major upgrade to its NVR capability.



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