Dahua Technology Ltd

Dahua Technology, a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of video surveillance products headquartered in Hangzhou, China has introduced its new Eco-Savvy 2.0 series of network cameras.

Maintains the ‘green’ energy-saving concept

Dahua’s latest 2.0 series offers impressive new surveillance features while maintaining the ‘green’, energy-saving concept of its Eco-Savvy equipment range, including the enhanced, performance-boosting Ambarella S2LM chip. The new cameras feature a 4-megapixel progressive-scan CMOS, which delivers high quality images at 20fps.The end result is an image twice as clear as a traditional 1080p camera.

An impressive range of smart detection features

The Eco-Savvy series features an impressive range of smart detection features, including face detection, tripwire detection, and intrusion detection. These features mean that users are equipped with more precise video analysis and, as a result, greater security efficiency.

Boasts WDR image enhancement technology

The series also boasts WDR image enhancement technology, triple video streams, and Intelligent Video Surveillance (IVS). The wide dynamic range (120dB) ensures the cameras offer impressively high performance in scenes that are backlit as well as those situated in dark areas, which has traditionally been challenging for surveillance cameras. Dahua has also introduced improvements in the series’ sensors. The infrared light sensor allows the camera to switch between day and night modes dynamically and automatically, changing as needed according to illumination levels. All of these improvements are designed to provide Eco-Savvy 2.0 users with unparalleled ease-of-use and outstanding performance.

Ideal for medium and large-scale applications

The new series also features IP67 ingress protection and IK10 vandal-proofing to ensure the performance of the cameras in the most challenging conditions. What’s more, the 2.0 series operates in temperatures between -40degrees F (-40degrees Celsius) and 140degrees F (60degrees Celsius), providing users with the peace of mind that comes with knowing their cameras will keep working even in the toughest environments. The compact design of the Eco-Savvy 2.0 series is ideal for medium and large-scale applications, such as schools, hotels and factories.

Key features

  • 4M@20fps; 3M@25/30fps
  • Triple streams supported
  • Smart video detection
  • True WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) up to 120dB
  • Max IR distance 50 meters
  • IP67, IK10 Protection
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