8 New deView electronics' Cameras Use Seawolf Chip
Eight new cameras from deView electronics have integrated Seawolf, the latest chip from Pixim Inc., a provider of imaging chips for enterprise security cameras, according to a press release from the company.
Models include box, indoor dome, vandal dome, ATM and innovative single-gang box-in-wall-plate and nameplate cameras. The domes are designed with a patent-pending, quick-install adaptor for easy mounting on walls and ceilings while the nameplate camera allows the end user to capture facial shots from an ordinary-looking desk nameplate.
Seawolf cameras by deView are specified at an effective resolution of 690 HTVL and offer the industry's proven best wide dynamic range. In addition, they require just 0.1 lux of illumination to produce usable, color images at 30 frames per second.
"The new Seawolf platform allows us to take our CCTV camera offering to the next level," said Mike Sheehan, deView's president and CEO. "The enhanced digital technology integrated into Seawolf allows us to offer all-lighting capability at mainstream price points to the customers in our largest end markets, including the finance, retail, commercial, education, and city center verticals."