Axis Communication presents its AXIS M1054 network camera

Product Profile

Key features:

  • HDTV quality
  • Multiple H.264 streams
  • Power over Ethernet
  • PIR sensor and illumination LED
  • Microphone and speaker
  • I/O port

HDTV-quality for professional indoor surveillance 

AXIS M1054 Network Camera uses progressive scan technology providing full frame-rate video in resolutions up to 1 megapixel including HDTV 720p. Multiple H.264 and Motion JPEG streams can be provided simultaneously individually optimised for different quality needs and bandwidth constraints. 

Watch a demo clip of the AXIS M1054 network camera for professional indoor surveillance
Intruder alarm capabilities

The AXIS M1054 features an integrated PIR sensor for detecting movement even in the dark, and a white LED for illuminating the scene at an event. It additionally supports I/O ports for connecting external devices.

Functional and smart design

Designed for easy and flexible installation, AXIS M1054 can be powered either over Ethernet or by power supply. AXIS M1054 is ideal for applications in boutiques, restaurants, hotels and residences.

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Technical Specification

Make Axis Communications
Manufacturer Axis Communications
Model code AXIS M1054
Chip Inch Size 1/4 inch
Colour Type Colour / Monochrome
Resolution 1280 x 800 resolution
Specialist Type Network
Sensitivity Lux 0.0 lux
Electrical Specifications Voltage: PoE
Power Consumption: 6.49 W
Motion Activated Yes
Focal Length mm 2.9
Network Properties Image Frame Rate: 30 fps
Control: PTZ
Interface: RJ-45 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
Network Protocols: IPv4/v6, HTTP, HTTPS, QoS Layer 3 DiffServ, FTP
Back Light Compensation Yes
White Balance Yes
Electronic Shutter Range 1/24,500 ~ 1/6
Signal Mode PAL/NTSC
Mini or Compact Yes
Compression Type H.264, M-JPEG, MPEG-4
Physical Specifications Weight g: 160
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: 0 ~ 40
Operating Humidity %: 20 ~ 80
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