Hunt Electronic launches HLC-79HQ 4MP IP camera

Product Profile

The Hunt Electronic HLC-79HQ is an IR bullet IP camera offering higher image quality up to 4 megapixel at 30 fps by operating in compression format of advanced H.264. Which means when it comes to ‘aim high’, the camera can cover a broader image of details viewed in 16:9, and grant 20% more of storage space than its older H.264 competitors.

Not only by lower bandwidth requirement which we refer to as ‘shoot low’, but also the low noise function has been improved than ever. It helps to identify weak signals of any observed objects, with its wide IR LED featured to capture a clearer image in an environment where only a little light is offered.

Already enabled to be powered by PoE, this camera also features IP66-rated housing which helps maintaining stable surveillance operations in difficult weather conditions. While the outdoor environment may gradually drop or rise in temperatures, 79HQ can manage to function in extreme conditions from -20°C~60° C, extending its usage range to be installed in various types of locations. Recommended for applications such as parking lots, street corners, hospitals, where an extensive amount of image data is observed and safety requirement is still maintained.

79HQ is an ideal choice of IP cameras with a little to require but a lot to offer: a single service that serves multiple purpose and more, in one single package.

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Technical Specification

Make Hunt Electronic
Manufacturer Hunt Electronic Co Ltd
Model code HLC-79HQ
Resolution 4 MP
Digital (DSP) Yes
Specialist Type Infrared
Electrical Specifications Voltage: PoE
Focal Length mm 3 ~ 10.5
Network Properties Image Frame Rate: 30 fps
Compression Type H.264
Environmental Specifications Protection: IP66
Operating Temperature oC: -20 ~ 60 C (-4 ~ 140 F)
Additional info

The Hunt Electronic HLC-79HQ is an IR bullet IP camera offering higher image quality up to 4 megapixel at 30 fps by operating in compression format of advanced H.264. Which means when it comes to ‘aim high’, the camera can cover a broader image of details viewed in 16:9, and grant 20% more of storage space than its older H.264 competitors.

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