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This autumn it’s all about the Candid, because eneo is now really pulling out all the stops with its consistent development of the successful product series. What’s new? The practical bullet cameras are now available for all three technologies: analogue, IP, HDcctv. And across all technologies and in all sizes. Whilst the Candid was previously only available in medium and large, the model series is now finally dimensionally complete with the new Candid Small. And with the introduction of the first thermal cameras, Candid is also positioned more broadly with regard to technology than ever before.

A success story

The Candid fulfils ultimate requirements placed on security and shape, which is proven by the growing numbers of satisfied customers impressed by the balanced, functional design of the bullet cameras. To say nothing of its technical features. Installers are also convinced as their work has been made immensely easier by the practical plug & play installation of the easy-to-handle bullet camera. No wonder, since it’s exactly the specific practical requirements what our product experts focus on so they can continue providing improvements in the future, through innovative camera technology and intelligent accessories such as the practical camera junction box AK-4.

Small but with a performance to be seen: Candid Small

With the new Candid Small, eneo has now rounded off the successful bullet camera series that was only available in the M and L sizes until now. Its dimensions have been reduced to a minimum allowing the smallest Candid housing to combine the advantages of the larger Medium and Large models – protection rating IP68, extended temperature range from -40°C to 50°C, integrated IR illumination, plug & play installation – with an extremely compact construction which also makes the housing a good recommendation for discrete indoor surveillance tasks. Just like the Medium and Large models, a 2 megapixel IP camera module (Full HD, 1080p) is also available for the Candid Small.

Bigger selection than ever before, including thermal imaging technology

Six current new arrivals, three IP and three HDcctv cameras, enrich the model series in the day/night camera product section. They are available in the three sizes small, medium and large. The S and M sizes have a motorised zoom lens with an autofocus function and a focal length of 3-9 mm; the two large models are 2-megapixel cameras with a 20x zoom lens (autofocus). In addition to these brand new cameras which are worth considering for many different types of applications due to their variable focal length, the Candid thermal cameras open up fully new fields of application.

The first models are available in a Candid Medium bullet housing, as practical as it is elegant with IP67 protection and designed for fast plug & play installation. These are uncooled thermal imaging systems which operate maintenance-free over many years. That’s why they are the best economical solution wherever objects are to be detected at a maximum distance of 4 km. The new eneo cameras are available with a choice of 5 mm, 9 mm, 13 mm, 19 mm, 25 mm and 35 mm focal lengths with ranges from 330 to 4050 metres. Their thermal sensitivity lies at 50 millikelvin at an ambient temperature of 25°C. There is no technology system question with eneo thermal cameras as they have analogue as well as IP connectivity. By the way, connectivity: each module also has an external USB port.

Speaking about our innovations: a Full HD version of the sturdy and versatile Callisto fixed dome is now also available.

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Technical Specification

Make eneo
Manufacturer eneo
Model code AK-4
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 100 ~ 240 V AC
Physical Specifications Dimension mm: 60 x 150 x 130
Weight g: 2000
Environmental Specifications Protection: IP67
Accessories Camera junction box
Additional info Camera junction box, for Candid Small, Candid Medium and Candid Large Series.
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