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19/01/2010

IP cameras with fixed dome housing

Ahrensburg, Germany

Basler expands their IP camera portfolio with high-quality fixed dome camera models. The first dome cameras will be available in February 2010.

The following camera models will be equipped with dome housings:

• BIP-D1000c-dn with a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels
• BIP-D1300c-dn with a resolution of 1280 x 960 pixels

Basler IP fixed dome cameras have vandal-resistant aluminum housings, allowing video surveillance applications outdoors and under tough indoor conditions. With their built-in heater and fan, Basler IP cameras work at extreme operating temperatures from -20° C to +50° C (-4° F to +122° F).

To store surveillance data even when the network connection has been broken, Basler IP fixed dome cameras are equipped with a built-in SD card slot for local file storage.

All Basler IP fixed dome cameras offer the same functionalities as their "boxed" counterparts. This includes true day/night functionality for night and low light applications while providing outstanding image quality from the best Sony CCD sensors.

The new camera models also feature multiple streaming using several MJPEG streams, or multiple MJPEG streams with an MPEG-4 or an H.264 stream at the same time.

Basler IP fixed dome cameras can be easily mounted to a wall or ceiling, and an internal three axis camera bracket allows complete flexibility when aiming the camera.

"These new models represent a significant expansion of our product portfolio and meet our customers' needs for professional video surveillance equipment that can operate under extreme conditions," states Gerrit Schreiber, Product Manager, Basler Vision Technologies. "All of the components used in our IP cameras are specifically selected to form a high-quality, 'made in Germany' product."

Comment of the month

Lennart Alexandrie, Editor in Chief, Detektor Magazine

Cybersecurity –a new buzzword for video surveillance providers

As technology development moves on at an increasing pace the security industry is constantly taking advantage of the progress. The migration from an analogue to a digital technology was a real game changer. Suddenly technology integration has become much easier and cost effective. User friendliness and flexibility seem to no long have any limits.  

Here, and, in the newly published edition of Detektor magazine 02/17, Lennart Alexandrie, gives his views on the cyber threat and how it might affect the security industry.

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