Vicon Industries, Inc., trusted designer and producer of video security systems and high-performance IP cameras, recently announced the release of the next generation of its world-renowned IQeye Alliance-mx HD megapixel series of cameras. The new Alliance-mx models have been completely updated and improved. Along with a substantial improvement in video quality, these powerful new Alliance-mx cameras offer a new motorised remote-focus lens, an increased Field-of-View, extended range of model options and a modified housing for better flush mounting.

Allows complete zoom and focus control

The expansion of the camera models increases the competitive and economical options for any security need. The new line offers 1MP and 2MP cameras with both cost-effective and advanced feature options. The 3MP and 5MP cameras boast the full-featured version. The addition of a motorised lens option allows complete zoom and focus control from the camera’s web interface, which reduces installation time and allows for easy long-term maintenance. The motorised lens has P-Iris (auto iris) that supports optimal Iris control.

Delivers high quality megapixel images with low bandwidth demands

These new features and low cost versions are in addition to the camera’s enhanced processing power needed to run analytics or VMS applications at the edge, WDR, built-in IR illumination, on-camera storage, and true day/night capability. The Alliance-mx delivers the highest quality megapixel images with the lowest bandwidth demands. Both ONVIF and PSIA compliant, this updated IQeye Alliance-mx has been designed for a wide range of applications and works seamlessly with Vicon’s ViconNet and as well as all leading NVR/VMS providers.

“We listened to customer feedback regarding additional feature sets and lower cost, and are excited to announce this new line of Alliance-mx cameras. The hallmark of all IQeye cameras is ease of installation with favourable price to performance ratio—we are confident this newest generation lives up to this expectation and anticipate that this upgraded camera line will be extremely popular,” stated Bret McGowan, Sr. VP Sales & Marketing, Vicon Industries.

For 48 years, Vicon has been an experienced designer and manufacturer of video management software, high-performance megapixel IP cameras, video storage solutions and access control systems. Vicon combines a complete security solution with a team-ecosystem of business and technology partners to bring the most comprehensive security solution in the market.

Share with LinkedIn Share with Twitter Share with Facebook Share with Facebook
Download PDF version

Vicon Industries news

Vicon introduces smartphone credentialing for its VAX Access Control System

Vicon Industries, Inc., designer and manufacturer of video surveillance and access control software, hardware and components brings a new level of convenience and simplicity to its VAX Access Control solution with today’s introduction of mobile credentialing. This new feature allows VAX customers to present their smartphones, instead of cards or fobs, to specialised Bluetooth-enabled VAX door readers. Smartphone and mobile credentialing Upon installation of a custom smartphone “wal...

Vicon launches Valerus 18.2 VMS with features like video analytics, NVR failover and much more

Vicon Industries, Inc., designer and manufacturer of video surveillance and access control software, hardware and components, announced the launch of Valerus 18.2, the latest version of its popular thin-client VMS solution built upon true open standards. New to this release are features that include: automated NVR failover, enhanced configuration options that include an enhanced rules engine that can respond to external events, tighter controls for system access authorisations and network-wide l...

Vicon Introduces comprehensive online training and certification courses for Valerus VMS

Vicon Industries, a designer and producer of security surveillance solutions, announced that training and certification for its Valerus Video Management System is now available as a convenient online course. Following the same curriculum as Vicon’s popular in-person training program, the new online class provides in-depth instruction on all aspects of Valerus, from setup and programming to operational capabilities and special features. Coursework includes hands-on learning and exercises t...

Vicon Industries case studies

Vicon Industries installs SN673V-B Cruiser PTZ Camera at Charleston Harbor for The Pelicam project

Vicon Industries, Inc, designer and manufacturer of video surveillance and access control software, hardware and components, announces that its SN673V-B Cruiser PTZ Camera with 20X optical zoom and 1080p HD video has been deployed in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina, as part of the Coastal Conservation League’s novel project, ‘The Pelicam.’ The Pelicam is a weather-resistant Vicon camera, mounted on a pole along with solar panels, battery back-up and a wireless transmission s...

Louisa County Public Schools uses Vicon security solutions to prepare for emergency situations

Vicon Industries Inc. (VCON: OTCQB Venture Market) ("Vicon"), designer and manufacturer of video surveillance and access control software, hardware and components, announced today that Louisa County Public Schools, in Northern Virginia, has completed installation of a district-wide Vicon Valerus video management solution that encompasses its six school buildings and connects nearly 400 cameras. The system includes multiple application servers and NVRs running Valerus VMS software, as well as a w...

Vicon video surveillance system secures Delaware Valley School District

With increased security a priority for school districts across the country, administrators are taking a close look at their technology to ensure it can deliver in an emergency. Concerns over active shooters and other violent scenarios have districts paying attention and putting heightened security measures in place. Christopher Lordi, Director of Administrative Services at Delaware Valley School District in rural, northeast Pennsylvania, knew it was time to upgrade his district’s surveill...