Dome cameras Comparison: Honeywell Security, LILIN  (4)

 
Chip Inch Size
1/3
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1/3
Colour Type
Colour / Monochrome
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Colour
Resolution TVL
540
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480
Sensitivity lux
0.0
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0.7
Dome Type
Variable Focus
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Continuous Rotation
Digital (DSP)
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Mount Type
Ceiling, Wall
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Ceiling
Voltage
12 VDC / 24 VAC
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Focal length
2.8~10
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Rotation Angleso
Tele: 36(D), 29(H), 22(V) / Wide: 123(D), 97(H)*
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Presets
7
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128
Back Light Compensation
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Auto Gain Control
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White Balance
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Electronic Shutter range
1/50 ~ 1/100,000
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S/ N (Signal/ Noise) Ratio dB
52
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Synchronisation
12 VDC: Internal, 24 VAC: Line lock
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Signal Mode
PAL
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Built-in IR LED
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Accessories
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Joystick controller for PIH717 dome
Control Keyboard for VHSDCI
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Pan Speed o/ sec
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360
Tilt Speed o/ sec
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360
Indoor/Outdoor
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Indoor

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Honeywell and Wireless CCTV brings motor sport action closer to SEAT's racing fans
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The clientSEAT Sport UK is the motorsport division of SEAT UK which competes in the HiQ MSA British Touring Car Championship (BTCC).  It is one of fifteen teams competing in the BTCC with two race-engineered SEAT Leon TDI cars.  It excels at everything it does and that includes offering its VIP guests an unrivalled experience on race days.The situationAs part of the BTCC season, SEAT Sport UK participates in 30 thrilling races.  Thousands of fans flock to the circuits on race days to experience Britain's biggest motor racing championship.SEAT Sport UK invites a selection of fans, sponsors and commercial partners to experience the race day from the exclusive vantage point that is its hospitality unit.  In 2008 it wanted to help the clients to see the events unfold in the garage as they happen. However, the 10 different BTCC races every season take place on different tracks around the UK. This means that the position of the hospitality area differs from race to race.  Situated in the centre of the circuits, they can be between 10 and 300m away from the garages (pits) and SEAT wanted to bring as much of the action to its guests as possible.SEAT Sport UK specified a CCTV camera that could be easily installed into any of the garage areas by one of its own team, and one that could be controlled and moved so as to focus on areas of action as they happen, transmitting live images to the hospitality areas.  The camera also needed to be robust and reliable to enable it to be transported, set-up and dismantled over the course of 10 weekends per year.  Additionally, around the garage and pit lane areas, there is an abundance of telemetry signals.  The CCTV system needed to be wireless and be able to transmit high resolution images via a clean signal without interfering with any of the diagnostic equipment or team telecommunications.The solutionWireless CCTV, one of Honeywell's leading installation partners, was invited to submit a proposal for a suitable solution.  Its first step was to undertake a complete assessment of SEAT Sport UK's requirements.Wireless CCTV concluded that the best solution was to provide a two way WCCTV 3G Compact system with an Orbiter PTZ 18X dome from Honeywell.The flexible mounting options of the dome ensured that the camera could be positioned in the optimum position to capture the very best images.  SEAT Sport UK can control the pan, tilt and zoom capabilities of the Honeywell Orbiter in the garage area using the bespoke software installed on a dedicated laptop.  The WCCTV 3G Compact system is contained within a reinforced shell (peli-case) together with its WiFi transmitter.  The unit features several connections for video, audio, alarm, telemetry and power.A dedicated team from Wireless CCTV trained the SEAT Sport team to install and dismantle the system.Scott Dennis, SEAT UK  Motorsport and Events Manager praised the system.  "We wanted to give our VIP guests something different, to let them experience and feel part of the team in the garage on race days.  The wireless CCTV system is easy to install and set-up via software on a laptop.  We experienced no connection problems.  It's easy to control and transmits high quality CCTV images which enhances the experience for our VIP guests."The benefits of the wireless CCTV systemA better experience  "It's easy to control and transmits high quality CCTV images which enhances the experience for our VIP guests" The wirelessly-transmitted, high quality images captured by the Honeywell Orbiter dome not only give SEAT Sport a ‘competitive' edge in terms of providing VIP hospitality services, but such technology can also be employed in a range of security applications on site.The Orbiter unit is very easy to install and operate.  As a result, it is ideally suited to applications where it needs to be regularly installed by non-specialist personnel.  This product was used because of its robustness and reliability meaning that it can withstand regular shipping, installation and dismantling in a very short space of time.  The system shows the clarity of pictures that can be remotely seen and controlled using the Orbiter and shows the range of environments in which the camera can work effectively. This solution uses the latest 3G mobile technology, with the optional addition of a WiFi or LAN connection, to maximise flexibility and portability.  The system provides fluid, high-resolution images irrespective of location or existing infrastructure.  This method makes the equipment ideal for short-term deployment projects. The system also operates on fixed, IP-based broadband technology, which offers high-speed, fixed-cost transmission networks suitable for live 24/7 monitoring. Partner of choiceWireless CCTV is a leader in the provision of wireless CCTV surveillance systems, combining the very latest technology from the fields of mobile telecommunications and CCTV.  Wireless CCTV offers overt and covert systems which can be located anywhere.  There are no geographical restrictions, which makes them ideally suited to combating crime in virtually any location.The products:Orbiter H5MG18CPVC1-TS PTZ DomeWCCTV 3G Compact

LILIN helps Banqiao train station upgrade to IP-based video security system
LILIN helps Banqiao train station upgrade to IP-based video security system

 Strategically installed LILIN cameras at blind spots & access points provide extra visual security to deter vandalism or theft Based upon the current statistics, roughly 80% of the criminal acts at shopping centres and business offices occur in the parking lot. Therefore, Banqiao train station, relocated in 1999 in Banqiao, New Taipei City, Taiwan, recently took the necessary measure and upgraded its 3-story indoor parking facility video surveillance system to an IP based video system, consisting of LILIN network cameras, to identify license plate numbers, perform people identification, crime prevention, and event detection. Banqiao station's parking structure has the capacity for more than 1,000 vehicles, and it is definitely the top priority for the station management team to have reliable guards and video surveillance systems in place to detect intruders, observe activity, inspect vehicles, observe illegal entry attempts, and observe unusual circumstances. LILIN, the preferred choice in video surveillance LILIN surveillance solutions provide the best network security cameras and surveillance server system to secure life and property in the parking lots. LILIN solutions are able to provide security, perform territorial control, and real-time accounting of free parking places, and presence of transport vehicles. Travelers or visitors who park at Banqiao station parking complex get the peace of mind that they deserve through the support of LILIN surveillance solution. Remote monitoring for indoor parking surveillance What Banqiao parking facility needs is a security camera system with multiple cameras located throughout the indoor parking lot needs to be remotely monitored and recorded in the main building. Strategically installing LILIN surveillance cameras – CMG178H, IPR428ESX3, PIH-0442N4.3, PIH-0542P3.6 at blind spots, key access points, or back gates to provide the extra visual security required to deter vandalism or theft. Results & benefits of LILIN surveillance solution The entire parking site operation can be monitored, notifications can be sent when equipment failures occur, and labour cost is largely saved in patrolling. Lot usage and activity can be easily ascertained by viewing both live cameras and historical archives captured on site. Video data can also be used for law enforcement, as well as enhance parking facility security on the whole. Enhance parking lot overall security Saves the labour cost in patrolling Increase operational efficiencies Video data can be used for law enforcement

Honeywell provides StandardAero with comprehensive security solution
Honeywell provides StandardAero with comprehensive security solution

Founded in 1911, StandardAero is one of the world’s largest independent aviation service businesses. StandardAero specialises in maintenance, repair and overhaul for commercial, air transport, military, business and general aviation, industrial aircraft and helicopters. Its 4,000 employees located in 26 facilities in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia and Australia serve customers from more than 80 different countries. StandardAero is always looking for a better way to provide excellent service to its customers, from developing proprietary repair processes to redesigning its facilities to make them among the most efficient in the world. The situation There’s no doubt about it: operators love their aircraft. When operators bring an aircraft to StandardAero for service, they want to stay with the plane throughout the entire maintenance process. They want to know who’s working on the airplane and want to interact with the crew as work moves forward to monitor progress personally. The challenge faced by StandardAero was how to keep the facility secure while simultaneously ensuring that visiting pilots, directors of maintenance and owners had unrestricted access to their planes. Under the company’s old visitor management procedure, a visitor had to remain in sight of an employee escort at all times. While availability of an escort wasn’t always an issue, StandardAero customers said they felt the process to be limiting. They worried that they posed an inconvenience to the staff, and felt the escort procedure added cost to the overall repair charges and diverted manpower away from the aircraft. “We began evaluating security solutions with two goals in mind:  It had to be as effective as a physical escort and invisible to our customers. We talked to our customers about what would best meet their needs,” said Melissa Maddox, vice president, legal risk management for StandardAero, “and we set out to develop a solution to balance regulatory requirements with those needs.” The solution Maddox had seen equipment tracked with a chip, showing an asset as a dot on a screen. Her vision was to put a chip in a customer’s badge and follow it with cameras. Consultant Mark Pickett of ABET Alliance, LLC, introduced Maddox to Chris Wise from Security 101, and she told him they needed an active system to protect the planes — that was completely invisible to customers. Wise helped turn the vision into reality. The first time a customer visits the StandardAero facility in Augusta, Georgia, he is given a picture ID badge that is programmed in the Pro-Watch security management system to grant access in authorised areas during his visit. As the visitor moves throughout the hangars, RFID sensors recognise the presence of a badge and activate the Honeywell cameras installed in each zone, and the security operator is able to track him through the facility on monitors integrated into Honeywell’s MAXPRO® VMS video management system.   Honeywell's cameras and MAXPRO VMS have been installed in the hangars to help monitor authorised access The benefits Rather than feeling as if they’re being followed and watched all the time, the Honeywell system gives StandardAero customers a greater sense of personal freedom and independence when they’re in the facility and helps them feel their aircraft is more secure, which benefits StandardAero. “We’re thinking of expanding our e-Escort programme to our other facilities,” Maddox said, “We’ve investigated other options but nothing seems quite as effective.” Additionally, while it remains unobtrusive for StandardAero’s customers, the system has gotten the attention of another important audience: the Department of Homeland Security. That agency is interested in implementing best practices for security programmes at airports and aviation repair stations in this country and has recently approached StandardAero to see how e-Escort works. “e-Escort helps us enhance the ownership and operating experience for our customers,” Maddox said. “Honeywell and Security 101 helped us provide the kind of solution expected of StandardAero by our customers.” The products MAXPRO® VMS video management system Pro-Watch® Corporate edition HD4 fixed dome cameras ACUIX™ PTZ dome cameras