Published on 15 December, 2008
| CBC's Ganz surveillance IP-enabled C-AllView CCTVcamera|
comprehensive Ganz surveillance options will be demonstrated to visitors on its stand number 006 during the IIPSec show
, which is being held at the NAC Stoneleigh Park, Coventry, from 27-29 January 2009.
Ganz surveillance systems and complementary high quality Computar lenses include IP-enabled C-AllView rapid-speed pan/tilt cameras, including exciting thermal imaging technology solutions and leading radar detection capabilities. IP-enabled C-AllView cameras include a powerful 36x optical zoom option and the ability to combine thermal detection for long-range identification of humans (up to 1km away) and vehicles (up to 2km away), whatever the prevailing weather conditions - whether it's day or night, foggy, snowing, raining or sunny.
C-AllView was designed to combine all of the features that installers, specifiers and end-user customers require in a flexible, high-speed system. For instance, the ruggedised, vandal-resistant camera is sealed to IP67, enabling its use in harsh and challenging environments. Optically flat, distortion-free glass gives brighter, clearer images at higher zoom ranges, thus allowing more flexible installation in adverse conditions. Image clarity is assisted by a remotely operated wash/wipe facility and the camera is capable of continuous 360° rotation, allowing it to survey areas for both long and short-range identification.
Meanwhile, Radar Vision combines 360° radar scanning from close range up to a radius of 800m every second, allowing the detection of trespassers and automatic direction of C-Allview cameras to track them. Radar Vision is easy to install or retrofit, as well as simple to maintain and operate.
"C-AllView systems can be controlled over networks using the Ganz VSoIP Management Suite and we look forward to showing IIPSec visitors to our stand how this is the ideal way to bring CCTV security into the digital age," says CBC's Sales & Marketing Manager, John Downie. "VSoIP has been specially developed to work with other manufacturers' systems and has the potential to make CCTV truly open. There's no better way to take advantage of the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of IP CCTV."