Published on 1 March, 2013
VARIO IP is available in both Infra-Red and White-Light and provides dedicated IP lighting allowing for remote set up, commissioning, operation and maintenance of your lighting scheme.
Once integrated into your network system, VARIO IP can be accessed and controlled via an integrated web interface at anytime from anywhere on the network.
VARIO IP is provided as standard with discovery software for easy location and connection on your network. VARIO IP allows users to have full control over their lighting at all times, to alter settings and instantly respond to operational changes or live events in real time, for the best CCTV images and safety 24/7.
VARIO IP Web Interface Provides:
- Quick access screen for manual adjustment and instant response to live events
- Instant control of individual or group of lights
- Basic settings: power on/off, boost and deterrent lighting
- User defined advanced settings
- Diagnostics for instant feedback on the status each light
- Fully password protected
An API is also available for VMS integration, allowing quick and easy operation of your lighting within your overall security system. VARIO IP reduces visits to site, minimises labour time and costs, whilst ensuring maximum performance from your system at all times.
All VARIO illuminators help cameras produce superior images at night and generate longer illumination distances using less power. With interchangeable lensing and Hot-spot Reduction Technology, VARIO makes specification much easier, and makes over-exposure and noisy images a thing of the past, even for the inexperienced lighting integrator.
“Raytec have once again listened to the market’s requirements and enhanced our industry leading presence”, comments Buzz Coates, Raytec’s Global Business Development Manager. “VARIO IP now offers our customers greater flexibility and control of their lighting, to help them get the most out of their system and maximise energy savings. Being able to control lights individually or in groups makes it much easier to use the right amount of light, when and where required.”