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Visit EverFocus at IFSEC 2009 in Birmingham

Published on 1 April, 2009

 EverFocus' new “Paragon” DVR series
The latest EverFocus CCTV products will be presented on stand B5
in hall 5 at IFSEC
All digital video recorder models with MPEG-4 compression technology are equipped with programmable motion detection, Ethernet interface, e-mail and network alarm functions, local and network PTZ control and a free EverFocus DDNS service enabling users to register their DDNS account directly from the DVR setup.

The new "Paragon" DVR series incorporates the latest MPEG-4 compression technology with improved picture quality. Main features include pentaplex operation for simultaneous recording, playback and live view as well as network access, pre-alarm buffer and extended schedule setting including holiday calendar and express schedule functionality.

The new "ECOR" DVR series is based on MPEG-4 compression technology and offers both enhanced recording capacity and improved network image transmission speed with high image quality. Comprehensive features and extended recording settings enable the almost universal application of this DVR. With the intuitive graphic user interface (GUI), users can command specific actions on the DVR through graphical icons and visual indicators. All GUI functions can be operated by multiple control inputs including mouse, front panel and IR remote control as well as control through the Everfocus keyboard EKB 500. Thanks to Pentaplex control, live monitoring, recording, playback, archiving and remote viewing can be operated simultaneously. The ECOR DVR series includes several models optionally equipped with audio function and/or built-in DVD-RW drive. All models feature real-time recording and playback with up to 100 IPS.

On IFSEC 2009, EverFocus will also launch several new camera series.

 EverFocus long range IR camera EZ 550
EverFocus EZ 550, which features automatic day/night switching, is one of the highlights at IFSEC

Within the comprehensive range of IR cameras, the 1/3" outdoor long range IR camera EZ 550 is one of the highlights. Besides the excellent video resolution of 530 TV lines in colour/day mode (b/w mode 560 TV lines), EZ 550 features automatic day/night switching, built-in motion detection with 4 zones and an integrated motorised 6~50mm DC varifocal lens. The IR distance can easily be enhanced to max. 70 metres by adding the optional IR illuminator kit EIR 100.

The EverFocus camera range has further been broadened by a new speed dome range. Next to the well-known EPTZ 3000, 1000 and 500 speed domes, the latest day / night speed dome cameras EPTZ 3600 (36x optical zoom) and EPTZ 2700 (27x optical zoom), available as indoor and outdoor model, will be presented at IFSEC Birmingham. Main features of the new speed domes include various day/night switching options, alarm in- and outputs with tour / position auto triggering and a pattern function for 4 different patterns. EPTZ 3600 additionally offers 8 freely adjustable privacy zones. The speed dome range is completed by an extended range of accessories for installation and control, including the IP 66 connector box EPTZ PBOX, several mounting accessories and - last, but not least - the 10,4" TFT touchscreen control panel ECS 7710 capable of controlling both PTZ cameras and DVRs.

The exhibition program presented on IFSEC in Birmingham is completed with the launch of the new, perfectly concerted EverFocus range of IP products.

The 1.3 Megapixel progressive scan CCD day/night network camera EAN 1350 provides high definition video with clear reproduction of fast moving objects. High sensitivity day/night mode is reached with automatic IR cut filter removal technologies and CCD sensor. With digital pan/tilt and electronic zoom, users can point and see the very details of the region of interest. EAN 1350 is equipped with simultaneous dual codec (MPEG4 / MJPEG), 2-way audio functionality and C/CS mount support with backfocus adjustment of the exchangeable DC lens.

 EverFocus vandal-proof CCD network camera EDN 800 T
EverFocus IP camera range further includes EAN 850 A, EDN 800 T and EZN 850 featuring presenting at IFSEC
The 1.3 Megapixel progressive scan CMOS network camera EAN 900 comes with built-in H.264, MPEG4 and MJPEG multistream output for simultaneous live monitoring and high resolution recording. Main features further include built-in digital motion detection function, built-in digital PTZ function, bidirectional audio and a pre-defined window for true-resolution snapshots.

Both Megapixel cameras offer Power over Ethernet (PoE) to ease installation, IFSEC and maintenance.

The IP camera range further includes the 1/3" advanced day/night network camera EAN 850 A, the 1/3" vandal-proof CCD network camera EDN 800 T with H.264/MPEG4/MJPEG multistream and the 1/3" IP outdoor camera EZN 850 featuring (amongst others) motorised 6~50mm DC varifocal lens, 9x optical zoom, 42 high-power IR LED and 5 adjustable privacy zones.

With the 32/16/8-channel network video recorders ENR 3200, ENR 1600 and ENR 800, users can manage up to 32 channels from Megapixel cameras, IP cameras and video servers. With built-in MJPEG / MPEG4 compression methods, all NVRs provide recording resolution of up to 1280 x 1024 at a recording and playback rate of up to 25 IPS per channel. The ENR series' NVRs support multi-brand IP products and offer local and remote PTZ control, digital PTZ and bidirectional audio. Integrated video analytics and the system and event log database round off the NVRs' features.

All EverFocus IP products are naturally supported through PowerCon 4.x network management software, available as pure software solution as well as combined hard-/software solution PowerCon 4.x Center EPC 4000.

Learn more about EverFocus on IFSEC Birmingham, hall 5, stand B5, from 11 to 14 May, 2009!

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