IP Dome cameras Comparison: VIVOTEK, LILIN  (4)

 
Chip Inch Size
1/4
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1/3
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Colour Type
Colour / Monochrome
Colour / Monochrome
Colour / Monochrome
Colour
Resolution TVL
640 x 480
2 MP
1920 x 1080
1080p
Sensitivity lux
1.5 @F1.4
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0.25
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Dome Type
Fixed Focus
PTZ
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--
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Voltage
12 VDC, PoE
100 ~ 240 V AC
12 VDC
12 V DC
Focal length
2 ~ 4
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3.3 ~ 12 mm
4.3 mm
Compression
MPEG-4, MJPEG
H.264
H.264 , Motion JPEG
H.264, M-JPEG
Auto Gain Control
--
--
White Balance
--
--
Electronic Shutter range
1/5 ~ 1/15,000
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1/30(25)s ~ 1/8000s
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Built-in IR LED
--
--
Digital (DSP)
--
--
Presets
--
128
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--
Back Light Compensation
--
--
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LILIN IP-based solutions upgrade surveillance systems at TNB’s corporate branches in Malaysia
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The IP-based video surveillance system consists of a LILIN NVR recorder, HD video decoder, VMS software, and IP cameras Background Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) is a leading utility company in Asia and the largest electricity utility in Malaysia. The company has been keeping the lights on in Malaysia since 1949, powering national development via the provision of reliable and efficient electricity. TNB servers an estimated 8.3 million customers in Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah, and Labuan, and the company needed to convert their analogue systems to IP video systems for its new office in Subang Jaya, Selangor and the rest of branches across 10 different locations. Surveillance system upgrade: Analogue to IP TNB recently upgraded the surveillance system at its 10 corporate branches in Malaysia to an IP-based video surveillance system consisting of a LILIN NVR recorder (NVR116D), HD video decoder (VD022), VMS software (CMX), and more than 120 units of LILIN IP cameras including IR outdoor bullet cameras (LR7022), stylish embedded domes (LR2322), and IR vandal domes (LR6122). Security products installed: Day & Night 1080P HD Vari-Focal Dome IR IP Camera - LR2322EX3.6 ×65 pcs Day & Night 1080P HD IR IP Camera - LR7022EX3.6 ×28 pcs Day & Night 1080P HD Vandal Resistant Dome IR IP Camera - LR6122EX3.6 ×34 pcs 1080P Real-time Multi-touch 16 Channel Standalone NVR - NVR116D H.264 1080P Real-Time HD Video Decoder - VD022 Video Management Software - CMX LILIN surveillance system features & benefits LILIN NVR systems are embedded; they are recognised for their stability essential in various environments, whereas PC dependent solutions have a reputation for crashing without warning. End-users are impressed with the remote viewing and touch-screen monitor features. LILIN surveillance solutions provide dependable round-the-clock monitoring of multiple branches that are spaced a significant distance apart from each other.

VIVOTEK cameras ensure complete security and safety of India’s oldest library collection
VIVOTEK cameras ensure complete security and safety of India’s oldest library collection

116 VIVOTEK cameras were utilised to design the surveillance solution for the library Background Goa Central Library, located in the State of Goa, West of India, is the oldest library in the country. Since the Library opened its door in 1832, the facility has maintained a collection of nearly 200,000 books in Goa’s official language of Konkani, as well as many other languages. The book section carries Goan newspapers dating back 130 years as well as a collection of literature printed in Goa of the 17th century. The Library also houses a number of rare collections documenting Goa’s past as a Portuguese colony and other items of historical importance. Challenges While the Library owns many valuable items, its most recurrent security issue has been visitors thoughtlessly tearing pages out of books or otherwise damaging them. Lost and stolen books, disturbances resulting from loud conversations, and theft of stationery were other problems that administrators hoped an effective monitoring regime could help alleviate. Solution Goa Library’s facilities encompass a wide variety of environments – from dimly lit stacks with long narrow aisles to brightly illuminated reading rooms with broad unbroken spaces – posing a challenge for system integrators aiming to provide a robust surveillance solution while keeping administration simple. Ultimately, Reconnoitre Systems, in association with AUTOCOP, developed a solution adopting a total of 116 pieces of VIVOTEK cameras – 78 pieces of FD7131s, 30 pieces of SD8121s and eight SD7323 units, in addition to VIVOTEK in-house ST7501 software. Benefits The new surveillance solution offered greater coverage and excellent image quality VIVOTEK FD7131 is a fixed dome network camera designed for indoor surveillance. Its wide-angle vari-focus lens provides maximum coverage, while a sophisticated 3-axis mechanical design enables simple, flexible installations on either a ceiling or a wall. The FD7131 fields not only a rich feature set but also advanced technologies like a passive infrared sensor for motion detection and built-in white-light illuminators for situations where light levels are low. The FD7131 can even transmit dual streams of video at different resolutions, allowing simultaneous real-time viewing on separate devices—for example, on an on-site administrator’s PC and on a mobile phone, thanks to 3GPP support. VIVOTEK SD8121 speed dome network cameras, which are now in use at the Library, is like an icing on a cake to FD7131’s baseline of features by adding powerful 12x optical zoom, enabling administrators to obtain sharp details even at considerable distances. With sophisticated remote pan/tilt capabilities, the camera offers a full 360° pan and 90° tilt, controllable via a mouse or joystick, with up to 128 preset positions available for patrolling set-ups. Moreover, the SD8121 generates excellent image quality even in challenging lighting conditions, thanks to its Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) technology. When a camera attempts to capture footage in a high-contrast, backlight, glare or light-reflective environment, subjects may be unrecognizable. WDR compensates for the unbalanced lighting, restoring the details throughout the field of view. Furthermore, the implementation of an auto-iris lens allows the SD8121 to adapt to changing levels of light without intervention from an operator. VIVOTEK SD7323 is another high-performance speed dome network camera with a 35x zoom lens. In addition to going beyond the SD8121’s ability to obtain crisply detailed images from afar, the SD7323 features ground-breaking technology such as electronic image stabilization to mitigate the effect of vibration and other camera movement, and a 3D privacy mask that allows the Library to prevent designated areas in the field of view from being filmed, even when the remote PTZ functionality is used to pan, tilt or zoom the camera. Customer Feedback After deployment of the Library‘s new surveillance was completed in June 2011 came the real test: how would it perform in actual use? Fortunately, the system has not only met the Library‘s requirements, but surpassed expectations, bringing benefits like greater convenience to the staff, ability to monitor more of the Library‘s indoor environment than ever before, and excellent image quality far surpassing what Library had anticipated. According to VIVOTEK‘s valued partners, Reconnoitre Systems and AUTOCOP, the installation has helped the Library resolve security issues, calling VIVOTEK hardware and software "a great investment". The Curator of the State Central Library Goa is the Head of State Central Library and it is under the administrative control of Government of Goa, Directorate of Education.

VIVOTEK’s IP cameras and video recording solutions secure Al-Qusoor stores
VIVOTEK’s IP cameras and video recording solutions secure Al-Qusoor stores

VIVOTEK's IP7138 incorporates a 1.3-megapixel CMOS sensor and incorporates Compact Flash storageAl-Qusoor is one of Saudi Arabia's leading manufacturers and retailers of candy and other snack foods. Last year, at the recommendation of security solutions provider International Edaat, Al-Qusoor had VIVOTEK network security cameras installed at its main manufacturing complex in the city of Makkah. It was so pleased with the results that it subsequently adopted VIVOTEK cameras for security applications at its retail outlets.Demanding requirements met:Al-Qusoor was looking to upgrade the security infrastructure at its factory, which operates 24 hours a day. The company hoped to be able to effectively monitor the work of production staff, as well as secure valuable equipment and supplies at the site.According to International Edaat's Kamal Hamidoi, the Al-Qusoor manufacturing facility presented several challenges. Foremost was the open layout of the very expansive main production floor. Kamal explains: "To simplify management of the security system and stay within their budget, Al-Qusoor wanted to minimise the number of cameras installed."Therefore, Kamal recommended that Al-Qusoor use VIVOTEK's PZ7111, which can provide full coverage of large areas by drawing on its ability to pan 300 degrees and tilt 135 degrees, as well as its built-in motorised 10x optical zoom. For sensitive locations where very high-resolution video was desired, Kamal suggested VIVOTEK's IP7138, which incorporates a 1.3-megapixel CMOS sensor and incorporates Compact Flash storage, which can serve as a fail-safe for preserving video in case of network issues.Making it easy:"One of the great things about VIVOTEK's network cameras is how easy they are to install and manage," exclaims Kamal. He is particularly enthused about how easy it was to integrate the VIVOTEK hardware and software into Al-Qusoor's existing network. Administrators at Al-Qusoor marvelled at the ST7501 video recording application's sophisticated functionality and ease of use as well.Kamal says that another feature of both the VIVOTEK camera models that Al-Qusoor praises is their ability to provide simultaneous streams in both MJPEG and MPEG-4 formats. This feature allows video to be viewed from a variety of client devices, such as computers and mobile phones. Al-Qusoor managers and production foremen are taking advantage of the feature to monitor operations when off-site.Beyond expectations:With the new VIVOTEK-based security system in place at its manufacturing facility, Al-Qusoor soon began reaping its benefits not only in the enhanced effectiveness of its monitoring and security operations, but also in improved ease of use and reliability.In fact, Al-Qusoor was so delighted with the new setup that it decided to install VIVOTEK security cameras at its retail stores as well. It has since deployed more IP7138 cameras at these outlets, along with fixed-dome FD7131 models. Kamal concludes: "The VIVOTEK cameras have exceeded Al-Qusoor's expectations, so we are looking forward to providing them with more as their business expands."