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Vanderbilt 3 Megapixel camera range for IP video surveillance
Vanderbilt 3 Megapixel camera range for IP video surveillance

Vanderbilt latest range of 3 megapixel cameras combines classic analogue requirements and IP flexibility to satisfy the wide range of technical and operational demands of modern security environments. The H.264 & MJPEG triple- streaming functionality and ONVIF Profile S compatibility means that this range of cameras integrates easily into third-party systems. 3MP Full-HD IP Camera CCMW3025 The CCMW3025 camera comes with a number of great features as standard, and is suitable for almost any environment. It combines the requirements of analogue CCTV with the high performance, flexibility and IT security of a modern video-over-IP solution. Hybrid technology promotes the upgrade of existing video installations to a state-of-the-art IP system. CFMW3025 fix-dome and CVMW3025-IR IP Vandal-Dome The CFMW3025 indoor fixed dome camera and CVMW3025-IR Full HD vandal-proof IP dome camera  benefit from many features, one of the key highlights is the back focus adjustment algorithm, known as ‘simple auto focus’ which allows commissioning and setup of  back-focus via the web browser to ensure crisp video  pictures day and night. The IP66 & IK10 protection rating on the CVMW3025-IR ensures continual performance in even the roughest conditions. Combined features and benefits of the 3 models include: Simultaneous H.264 and MJPEG encoding (triple streaming) Up to 3 MP resolution, supporting full HD 1080p (30 fps) Hybrid video: CVBS: up to 480 TVL (PAL / NTSC switchable) Bidirectional monaural audio ONVIF protocol support (Streaming Profile S compliant & Event Management) SNMP support for IT monitoring D/N with mechanical IR-cut filter Digital WDR functionality 57 dB Excellent low-light sensitivity Basic motion detection and tamper alarm Basic Acoustic Detection (Loudness threshold) Support SDXC up to 128 GB for local alarm recording (4 GB incl.) 4 user-definable privacy zones 5 user-definable video-cropping zones Integrated microphone - CCMW3025 and CFMW3025 Lens Focal point finder algorithm - CCMW3025 12 V DC / 24 V AC and PoE power supply - CCMW3025 and CFMW3025 Integrated motorised varifocal lens F1.2, 3 – 9 mm - CFMW3025 and CVMW3025-IR Setup of zoom and focus via web browser and one-push autofocus - CFMW3025 and CVMW3025-IR

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