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Surveon introduces range of 3-megapixel network cameras ideal for high-level security applications

Published on 9 September, 2011

Surveon, the complete megapixel solutions provider, offers a complete line-up of 3-megapixel network cameras equipped with Sony IMX036 image sensors, Fujinon moto zoom lens providing a high image quality, and a low light performance.  With a maximum 2048x1536 resolution and full HD video performance, combined with features such as DC iris and WDR make Surveon's 3-megapixel cameras ideal solutions for high-level security applications, such as hotel, public utility, transportation, manufacturing, enterprise and other mission-critical outdoor applications.

Surveon's 3-megapixel offerings include D/N box CAM2321, as well as bullet CAM3365 and vandal dome CAM4365 models.  All cameras are designed with industrial-grade components, whole aluminium housing, and feature a 3-year warranty. The built-in IR LED, IP66 and vandal-proof features are ideal for outdoor applications. Furthermore, to strengthen megapixel focusing, the CAM3365 and CAM4365 come with a Fujinon 3X moto lens for easy backend image focus.

To simplify camera deployments, all Surveon cameras support the ONVIF standard. Furthermore, they can also be easily integrated with Surveon's SMR (Smart Megapixel Recorders) Series that offers advanced network video recorder solutions supporting from 2 to 112 RAID-protected disk drives and 6 to 64 channels. Compared to regular PC-based or COTS solutions, this integration provides system integrators ready megapixel solutions that are highly reliable and are fully optimised for megapixel surveillance.

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