IP video surveillance
DVC IP video surveillance systems have better image quality, enable identification of people and better perception of details in the recording. Therefore, they are used primarily for the protection of more complex, risky buildings and open areas. The biggest advantages of IP video surveillance are the possibility of networking, integration with other technical systems on the building, remote monitoring, ultra-high resolution and video analytics. Smart H.265 compression provides better video quality, significantly higher data compression compared to H.265 +, reduction of bitrate by up to 50%, less video signal delay, less data space using for video storage, setting parameters and controlling of all cameras via NVR.
Up to 8Mpx resolution
With the introduction of the new Smart H.265 compression standard adapted to network transmission of high-resolution images up to 8Mpx, in accordance with the new 4K (UltraHD) standard, DVC IP cameras enable displaying in a wide range of resolutions. The combination of different cameras meets the needs of users for more or less details displaying.
PoE power supply
Dual power of DVC IP cameras allow that they can be powered either by an external 12V DC power supply or via recorder’s PoE directly connected with an UTP cable to the RJ45 connector, which greatly simplifies installation. For recorders that do not have PoE, the cameras are powered by connecting to additional PoE switches.
Video analytics allows faster search and videos analyzing to quickly find security-critical events. Video analytics also enables accurate detection of people or vehicles, while ignoring animals and other common objects. Thus, the recorded events initiated by false alarms, i.e., events initiated by other objects, are practically neutralized. Advanced video analytics features also enable face recognition, vehicle license plate recognition, and the persons or vehicles entry and exit counting.
Extreme Dark, Starlight and FishEye DVC IP cameras
Extreme Dark technology allows images viewing from a DVC IP colour camera in extremely low light conditions. For this purpose, video sensors with a maximum aperture of F1.0 and additional LED lighting, which is automatically turned on when the level of external light falls below the visible level, are used.
Sony STARVIS or “Starlight” technology provides a quality colour image at night and in low light conditions, with a high sensitivity video sensor of 0.002Lux.
A wide-angle FishEye camera mounted on the ceiling will allow 360˚ area surveillance. It is an efficient solution, easy to install and designed to cover a large area with a single camera.
Some DVC cameras have an advanced wide dynamic range (True WDR) function of up to 120dB (60dB is standard) and provide clear images in a variety of scene formats, even when the backlight is extremely intense. If the True WDR camera is pointed at a window or entrance, it will equalize the brightness and thus reproduce the recording with all the details of the scene.
Moto zoom lens
A motorized zoom or varifocal lens is a lens inside the camera that, with the help of a motor, points the camera to a particular part of the scene. This enables the camera to direct on recording different parts of the recorded area, remotely via a recorder (DVR, NVR), or through software via the Internet and mobile applications. In short, regardless of the distance from the camera, the user can adjust its lens with a simple touch of a button.