What's New: Security Technology
Jan 1, 2006 12:00 PM, By Laura Dixon
Speco Technologies' VL-634 weatherproof bullet camera features an unobtrusive design to fit into a wide range of applications and décor. The camera meets general purpose, color surveillance requirements, including both indoor and outdoor applications, and features a 380-line picture and 1 lux of sensitivity. The camera features a snap-on sunshield that can be removed for indoor applications and an electronic shutter for use in all lighting conditions. The miniature camera also features a universal bracket to allow mounting on a wall, a ceiling, or a parapet. An installation tool is also provided.
▪ Speco Technologies
Quadrox's WebCCTV NVS, an add-on product to the WebCCTV NVR, allows up to four analog camera signals to be converted into network-accessible MPEG-4 streams. Visualization of all four of these signals can be done on a single monitor. An RS-485 interface on the server allows direct connection of a dome camera, and an easy-to-use connector on the device allows for direct connection of alarm input/outputs.
▪ Quadrox | www.quadrox.com
Capture's OmniScape camera, distributed exclusively through Richardson Electronics, maintains 360-degree total surveillance with virtual PTZ technology and no moving parts. The camera also features video motion detection, privacy blanking, two analog outputs, programmed presets, and guard tours. It is ideal for use in retail environments, financial institutions, and other secure locations where continuous panoramic vision and extra information concerning an alarm event are needed. Four independent virtual PTZ controls enable users to simultaneously focus on all four corners of a room or view many other configurations from a single camera mounted in the center of the ceiling.
▪ Capture | www.capturecctv.com