Compare NDC-455V09-11P with NWC-0455  (2)

 
Chip Inch Size
1/3
1/3
Colour Type
Colour
Colour
Resolution
540 TVL
540
Specialist Type
Network
Network
Sensitivity Lux
0.012
0.12
Auto Iris
Voltage
24 VAC, 12 VDC, PoE
11~36 VDC / 12~28 VAC
Motion Activated
--
Focal Length mm
9 ~ 22
--
Back Light Compensation
Auto Gain Control
--
White Balance
S/ N (Signal/ Noise) Ratio dB
50
50
Signal Mode
PAL
PAL, NTSC
Digital (DSP)
--
Direct Drive
--
Wide Dynamic Range
--
Picture Elements HxV
--
752 x 582
Image Frame Rate
--
25 / 30
Electronic Shutter Range
--
1/50 ~ 1/125,000

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End-userPrince of Songkla University International Conference Centre was established in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej's accession to the throne. Prince of Songkla University International Convention Centre is Thailand's newest convention centre in this vein and the largest in the country's southern region. It is situated within the Hatyai campus of Prince of Songkla University and located just nine kilometres from Hatyai International Airport. The conventional centre is also in close proximity to the full spectrum of modern amenities and features splendid southern style architecture. Prince of Songkla University International Convention Centre is equipped with state-of-the-art multi-media technology. Thus, this excellent convention centre is the pride of the south.Business objectiveThe southern star convention centre provides an international scale convention centre which is capable of hosting the full range of leading-edge local and international events. Hence, high quality technology products including outstanding security and communication systems were required to be installed within the centre.SolutionIn conjunction with the Bosch partner Libra Network and Security Co., Ltd. the persons in charge of the PSUICC decided to rely on Bosch Security & Communication Systems. Thus, CCTV, Congress and Prosound systems were installed around the centre.The purpose of the CCTV system is to observe, recognise and identify everybody sojourning in the area. Therefore, recorded images are relayed to the control room, where they are finally shown on the video wall for the people who are in charge of the technology. The system provides a complete overview of what is going on in the centre with the help of 19 Dinion IP cameras, 27 Dome cameras as well as 47 other cameras which are supported by 2 DiBos digital video recorders and 2 AutoDome controllers. The Bosch solution consists of cameras, DVRs, and wireless communication systems  Moreover, it makes it possible to zoom in on specific situations or areas in order to discuss what measures should be taken. Full control of meetings and discussions without being dependent on any operator is provided by DCN wireless systems consisting of 8 Basic Central Control Units, 80 Concentus Basic Units as well as 8 Concentus Chairman Units in every conference room. The system can be easily extended and provides ease of use for every of its various functions, its unique features as well as its state-of-the-art system.With the help of Electro Voice (EV) Prosound systems the ideal solution for each required situation is provided. Thus, PSUICC could benefit from EV's technical expertise and long years of experience in this area yielding a product portfolio that is at the same time comprehensive and of uniform excellence.ResultPSUICC is very pleased with the benefits of this flexible and easy-to-use conference and CCTV system. It helps a lot to facilitate the numerous meetings taking place in the centre nowadays. PSUICC trusted in Bosch's high quality products, its experience and competence. PSUICC acknowledges the reliability of the products and the excellent work of the Bosch dealer Libra Network and Security Co., Ltd.

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Mizrahi Tefahot Bank on success of Bosch Security Systems

Network-oriented digital video surveillance and recording technology from Bosch Security Systems has been installed at the London headquarters of The Mizrahi Tefahot Bank Ltd by nationwide specialists Niscayah Ltd (formerly known as Bell Security Ltd) as the starting point to a potentially larger system to be added as the needs of the Bank change. The surveillance solution comprises a mix of fixed and PTZ dome cameras from Bosch, central to which is its proven Dinion range, as well as two DiBos 8 recording systems featuring advanced MPEG-4 digital encoding technology for the highest levels of image quality, information content, and data storage efficiency. The two DiBos 8 units are running in parallel for back-up (i.e. redundancy) purposes.  The decision to install Bosch was taken after lengthy analysis and evaluation by the Bank's Head of IT, Ian Lewis, in consultation with Bell Security. He explains: "The system is typical of the way security and IT technologies are converging, and Bosch answered all of the questions I put to them as regards how their technology would impact our network. I was also satisfied that the operating platform was restricted, such that the security of the network was harder to compromise."  Although the technology chosen by Ian Lewis is IP compatible, to date it has been installed using ‘traditional' co-ax. As Mr Lewis continues: "We opted for co-ax as being better suited to our needs currently - although we record 24/7, we do not need to view cameras constantly over the IP network, and felt that using our IP network would therefore be an unnecessary use of bandwidth. By installing technology with an IP capability, however, we are ‘future proof', so that if our needs change, the system can change with it." "I am very impressed with the image quality from the Bosch cameras and recording technology," he adds. "The flexibility of the installation means that I can add further cameras as required, simply by ‘plugging' new ones onto the network, and have the ability to control the PTZ dome over the browser so I can see what is happening in the bank any time I need to."  "By installing technology with an IP capability, we are ‘future proof', so that if our needs change, the system can change with it," said Ian Lewis, the bank's Head of IT DiBos 8 allows viewing of both live and recorded images on as many as 62 video channels, and has extensive communication, networking and systems interfacing features. It is designed for a range of applications including banks, retail chains, railway stations and airports, public and corporate offices, city centres, industrial facilities, and various other internal and external locations. "MPEG-4 encoding means more images can be recorded in greater detail than 'traditional' JPEG or wavelet recorders, and without using up valuable storage," explains Jeremy Hockham, Bosch Security Systems' Managing Director. "The ability to combine MPEG-4 and conventional JPEG data streams allows DiBos to be used with a wider range of video cameras, from local analogue devices through to remote IP cameras and servers."DiBos gives authorised users fast, convenient access to view live or recorded images. For live images, DiBos allows up to 30 local cameras and up to 32 IP-networked cameras to be selected instantly, with multi-image or full-screen display. Date/time, location, zone and selected camera information are also displayed. A powerful search function enables recorded images to be found easily, and playback speed can be specifically controlled to pinpoint exact events. Searches can be made either locally or remotely, over a company network or via the internet. Bosch's Dinion cameras use 15-bit imaging technology, and with their 540 TV-line resolution, are able to produce extremely sharp and detailed images and handle difficult lighting conditions. They also feature Bosch's innovative motion tracking capability AutoTrack.

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