With the introduction of the VIDEOJET decoder 3000 and VIDEOJET decoder 7000, Bosch is extending its decoder family with two new solutions for streaming video from IP cameras in high quality HD onto large flat-screen monitors or monitor walls. While providing various display options, both decoders are designed for operation without the need for an additional PC or software to decode the video signals. They support an economical update of video surveillance systems during the transition to IP technology.
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Honeywell Security Group introduces new mobile apps for its popular LYNX Touch 5100 self-contained security system. The new L5100 Connect iOS app allows homeowners to control the system anywhere on premises within their Wi-Fi coverage areas on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. The app provides local control of the security system, and if so equipped, control of Z-Wave enabled lights, locks, thermostats and more. This approach helps homeowners save money on energy and utility bills, conserve resources and live a more comfortable, efficient lifestyle.
Now available is the Schneider Electric Pelco High-Resolution Sarix TI Series Thermal Imaging (TI) IP cameras. Adding to its popular line of existing thermal imaging surveillance technologies known for creating high-quality and affordable thermal imaging with infrared detection, the cameras were built on the Sarix technology platform, and provide a digital end-to-end IP solution that allows for easy integration into a wide variety of third-party systems. The camera has longer detection, recognition and identification ranges that are up to twice as long as the mid-range model, making it ideal for the most demanding and critical security application.
Genetec’s AutoVu Pay-by-Plate Sync feature offers an open-architecture approach that simplifies the process of creating an end-to-end pay-by-plate (PBP) solution, allowing customers to select and integrate different parking systems that are otherwise non-compatible such as parking and permit management systems, parking meters and pay-by-phone solutions. By acting as a central aggregating database, AutoVu uses the license plate number as the key identifier and works with a wide variety of parking permit types, including residential permits, university semester permits, employee permits and shared permits, as well as transient parking transactions from pay stations and pay-by-phone systems.
:LenovoEMC’s new line of high performance NVRs are customized, fully-functional double-drive and quad-drive that range from 4TB to 8TB of network storage. The NVRs are ideal for security installations of less than 20 IP cameras and deliver superior performance in capturing, sharing and storing digital video surveillance files. The recorders are great for businesses with an existing network storage-based video surveillance network as well as those participating in the ongoing industry upgrade from analog-based surveillance systems. Each model comes with a one-year software update plan, enabling users to receive the latest feature updates and releases.
Axis Communications introduces two cost-effective video encoders that can serve small to medium-sized surveillance installations. The AXIS M7016 Video Encoder provides full frame rate video, is attractive, cost effective and features easy entry to network video. The AXIS P7216 Video Encoder features full frame rate video, adds audio and I/O ports and is equipped with a small form-factor pluggable (SFP) slot for use with fiber optics. Each uses one single network port, which drives down cost and port density of the surveillance system infrastructure.
The Site Protection Solution (SPS) provides affordable video security for a wide range of applications. The SPS combines thermal cameras and intelligent, adaptive analytics from VideoIQ to provide reliable video security of perimeters and large open areas at any time of day or night. The WDR thermal video provides threat detection and visual alarm assessment even in challenging situations.
The 635 Series Access Control Panel, a dual serial interface, is engineered to improve third party integration, enhancing user convenience and ensuring interoperability with current and legacy hardware. The 635 DSI board includes two 485 ports to support 485 devices in a single or multi-drop configuration. The new board also allows more power connections and enhancements to be added to legacy systems. The system is available in four sizes and a rack mount version and can be populated with any combination of controller boards, including the new 635 DSI.
Designed for the protection of fence lines, open areas, gates, entryways and rooftop applications, the all-weather INTREPID MicroWave 330 offers a 1500 ft. detection range as well as robust programming, intrusion detection and remote management capabilities. Specialized detection algorithms continuously monitor alarm and tamper status, signal strength and detection parameters. Enhanced crawl and vehicle detection optimize probability of detection (pD), while unique Fresnel suppression algorithms successfully discriminate between intrusion attempts and environmental disturbances or other false targets, mitigating risk of site compromise while preventing nuisance alarms. The system’s superior K-band performance identifies slow-moving intruders and prevents interference from external radar or other microwave systems.
The VB-H610VE fixed vandal-resistant dome camera from Canon features a clear polycarbonate dome mounted onto an aluminum body. The unified closure has a dust and water resistant rating of IP66 and is designed to absorb violent impacts, or for use in areas that may be subject to abuse. An optional heater allows the camera to be used in temperatures down to -22º F and the camera has a built-in wide angle 3x optical zoom that allows for clear, high-quality images and can capture detail in low-illumination environments.