Compare FD9367-HTV with FD8136  (2)

 
Chip Inch Size
1/3
1/3
Colour Type
Colour / Monochrome
Colour / Monochrome
Resolution TVL
1920x1080 (2MP)
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Sensitivity lux
0 ~ 0.07
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Digital (DSP)
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Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Indoor
Voltage
12 V DC, PoE
12 V DC
Focal length
2.8 ~ 12 mm
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Compression
H.265, H.264, MJPEG
H.264, MPEG-4, MJPEG
Back Light Compensation
Auto Gain Control
White Balance
Electronic Shutter range
1/5 sec. to 1/32,000 sec.
1/5 ~ 1/32,000 sec
S/ N (Signal/ Noise) Ratio dB
58
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Dome Type
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Fixed Focus
Signal Mode
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PAL, NTSC
Built-in IR LED
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Background A reliable surveillance system plays an important role in the management of toll station operations. Data such as traffic volume, fare collection and license plate numbers need to be clearly recorded for inspection when requested. Besides, whenever unexpected incidents occur, video footage can be the most valuable evidence to check. Late in 2012, International Road Dynamics Inc. (IRD), the world-leading traffic management solution integrator, conducted an Indian toll station project for which high-quality VIVOTEK products were chosen. International Road Dynamics Inc. (IRD), which has operated internationally for more than 30 years, is a prestigious integrator in the field of ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems). The company’s area of specialisation includes advanced traffic control and toll management technologies. For this project, IRD sought high-quality cameras with great flexibility and interoperability with its software for securing the smooth operations of all toll stations included in the project. After consultation with EPhoton Technologies, the SI partner of VIVOTEK’s India distributor AUTOCOP, VIVOTEK’s IP cameras, with their superior image quality, capacity to cope with challenging environmental conditions, advanced day-and-night functionality, and excellent compatibility with third-party software, were adopted. Solution For this project, 800 of VIVOTEK’s IP cameras, including 700 IP8332, 50 FD8136 and 50 IP8331, were deployed to provide security at approximately 50 toll stations. For surveillance of toll station access lanes, IP8332 and IP8331 bullet-style outdoor network cameras were installed. Both are designed with an IP66-rated housing and a weather-proof casing to shield them from harsh weather conditions and withstand dust. In order to adapt in real time to changing light conditions and secure superb image quality around the clock, the IP8331 is equipped with a dual-band lens and built-in IR illuminators with an effective range of up to 10 meters, while the IP8332 features a removable IR-cut filter as well as IR illuminators effective up to 15 meters, enabling the clear imaging of license plates and vehicles. Moreover, both cameras support tamper detection. Actions such as blockage, redirection, and spray-painting can be detected and timely alerts provided to administrators. For surveillance of toll station access lanes, VIVOTEK’s IP8332 and IP8331 outdoor network cameras were installed As for monitoring of the toll booths themselves, VIVOTEK’s FD8136, the world’s smallest 1-megapixel network fixed dome camera, was chosen. With easy installation, Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) support and real-time H.264, MPEG-4 and MJPEG Triple Codec compression technology, FD8136 is an ideal option for a wide range of indoor surveillance applications. Mounted inside a toll booth, the wide view angle of FD8136 can capture clear images of drivers in all sizes of vehicles. In addition, with selectable focal lengths, FD8136 provides flexible viewing angles, making the images of drivers and passengers be highlighted if needed. Customer Feedback Vishal Rajput, Head of India Operations at IRD Inc. said, “We tested VIVOTEK cameras and found them to be effective for us both technically and commercially. The results delivered in the field were also precisely as promised. The support from EPhoton Technologies on VIVOTEK has been excellent whenever we needed it. We are delighted to have VIVOTEK’s products from EPhoton Tech as the default choice for surveillance solutions in all our upcoming projects for LPC, LPR, Booth Security and ANPR.”

VIVOTEK network cameras strengthen surveillance for ITC centre in Iran
VIVOTEK network cameras strengthen surveillance for ITC centre in Iran

VIVOTEK’s network cameras were adopted for outdoor and indoor monitoring Background: strengthening the surveillance, protecting the human resources Iran established the Instructor Training Centre & Technical and Vocational Researches (ITC) in 1974 in Karaj City, Alborz province. In cooperation with the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and United Nation Development Plan (UNDP), ITC has provided the biggest and most significant vocational training centre. Boasting considerable facilities, advanced software and hardware, and skilled workforce, the ITC is a leader both in the country and across the Middle East. An affiliation with the Ministry of Labour and Social Affair means that ITC plays an important role in providing training courses on technical and practical occupational skills, which enhances output of the private sector workforce and promotes a positive working culture in the country. The centre is being tasked with enhancing and developing human resources, meaning that seamless security with high surveillance sensitivity all around campus is a requirement. Based on this need, the manager of ITC decided to install several IP cameras, and VIVOTEK was their first choice due to the excellent quality of their products and reasonable price tag. Having the full support from VIVOTEK’s local distributor Pooya Fara Negar (PFN) and local System Integrator Sayna Soft Company, the installation process was smooth. The project was completed in July, 2013. Solution: outstanding surveillance quality, reliable campus safety In this project, VIVOTEK’s network cameras were adopted for outdoor and indoor monitoring, including bullet-style network cameras IP8332 and IP8362, an FD8136 ultra-mini dome network camera and a SD8121 high performance day/night speed dome network camera. In order to centralize monitors and manage all the cameras, a wireless connection system was installed, making monitoring more effective, efficient, and cost-saving. VIVOTEK’s IP8362 and IP8332 cameras are both designed with water-resistance capability for diverse outdoor applications. The two cameras are also equipped with removable IR-cut filter and built-in IR illuminators for adapting to constantly changing outdoor lighting conditions and delivering superior image quality around the clock. In addition, the IP8362 model supports WDR Enhancement for unparalleled visibility in environments with extreme lighting, making it the best choice for the most demanding outdoor surveillance applications such as the parking lots, entrances and exits at ITC. Vivotek IP8362 model supports WDR Enhancement for unparalleled visibility in environments with extreme lighting Positioned as one of the world’s smallest network cameras, the FD8136 is designed with a 90 mm diameter profile and Power over Ethernet (PoE) functionality for easy and quick installation. In addition, because of its selectable focal lengths, the FD8136 is ideal for applications in various environments like, elevators, health care facilities, offices, and the campus. Another additional camera for indoor application is VIVOTEK’s SD8121, a high performance day/night speed dome network camera. Equipped with a sophisticated pan/tilt mechanism and a 12x optical zoom lens, the camera can move quickly and precisely. With endless 360-degree pan and 90-degree tilt the camera can capture images with fine details from long distances and clear videos of fast-moving objects. In addition, with WDR Enhancement technology, the SD8121 can cope with diverse lighting conditions. Achievement: building up the best safety shield for ITC William Ku, Vice President of VIVOTEK’s International Business Division, said of the project, “We are pleased that our network cameras were chosen to complement the entire security infrastructure at ITC, Iran’s biggest and most unique center in expertise training. VIVOTEK’s cameras, with several state-of-art features and robust performance, undoubtedly provide the best safety shield for both the trainees taking courses, and the advanced software and hardware facilities.” The SD8121 is truly a full-featured speed dome and ideal solution for all levels of indoor applications.

VIVOTEK fisheye network cameras help Bialystok update municipal traffic monitoring system
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Bialystok, a beautiful historic city of 300,000 in the northeast of Poland, is one of the nation’s major population centres. Devastated in World War II and languishing for a long period afterward, the city has seen a renaissance in recent years, with restoration of its beautiful architecture and modernisation of infrastructure as the Polish economy has boomed. One particular change that has come upon this serene city with unexpected rapidity is the increase in car ownership, which has more than tripled in Poland since 2005. Over the last decade, the growing need for an up-to-date, comprehensive traffic monitoring system has become increasingly apparent. Surveillance enhancement for traffic surges The growing need for an up-to-date, comprehensive traffic monitoring system has become increasingly apparent Cameras were the most costly item within the traditional traffic surveillance system originally deployed in Bialystok. To capture as many angles as possible, large numbers of cameras were required, often several at each intersection. As well as being an eyesore, this also meant that the cost of linking and synchronising the array of cameras to the central surveillance system was exorbitant. To avoid impacting traffic, which is heavy during the daylight hours, installation and construction work was usually carried out at night. The restricted hours for installation caused long delays in camera setups. Worse, the system itself no longer met the needs of the rapidly developing city. Despite the large numbers of cameras, the field of view of individual cameras was too narrow and when accidents happened it was difficult to try to piece together footage from several cameras in an attempt to reconstruct the incident. Often, there was no way to determine from the footage just who was at fault. A better solution was needed. Seamless collaboration to seamless implementation Zarzad Dróg Miejskich (ZDM), the municipal unit responsible for the road system in Bialystok needed to revamp, simplify, and upgrade their inefficient traffic camera system, so they worked with systems software manager Siemens and engaged VIVOTEK’s local distributor Suma Solutions to come up with an answer that would meet their needs. Siemens developed the system software around technology provided by VIVOTEK, a provider of IP surveillance solutions, offers dedicated traffic surveillance and management solutions, and has recently released its remarkable FE8174V H.264 5-megapixel fisheye network camera.The hemispherical images captured on camera can be automatically retooled to conventional projection specifications for easy viewing  The FE8174V is VIVOTEK’s fisheye network camera. This vandal-proof, WDR-enhanced, day/night camera features a detailed 5-megapixel resolution sensor with superior image quality. Its fisheye lens captures a 180° panoramic view when wall-mounted, and a stunning 360° surround view with no blind spots when mounted overhead. With its choice of display layouts—surround view, panoramic view, and regional view—it is the perfect solution for those who need coverage of wide, open areas as well as a high degree of flexibility. With the advanced image processing capabilities, the hemispherical images captured on camera can be automatically retooled to conventional projection specifications for easy viewing. As the camera’s primary application is outdoors and demands reliability in all conditions, a weather-proof IP66-rated and vandal-proof IK10-rated housing keeps the camera body clear of rain and dust and maintains functionality in all types of weather. The VIVOTEK FE8174V features a removable IR-cut filter, which is unquestionably the best choice for those who need a hardy, all-weather, 24/7 system with a full range of coverage. Enhanced resolution means better traffic safety ZDM installed 130 VIVOTEK FE8174V cameras at intersections throughout Bialystok. Now, with far fewer cameras, traffic controllers can get a clear, sharp overview of the whole field without any blind spots. VIVOTEK’s fisheye camera dewarping capabilities allow monitors to adopt different presentation modes A single VIVOTEK FE8174V provides the coverage of four outdoor bullet cameras in one image, and has resulted in cost savings at the same time as providing more complete coverage. Fewer cameras has also meant a decrease in costs associated with the backend management platform, network communications equipment, and storage equipment; it has also protected the aesthetic properties of the city by decluttering the skyline. Further, VIVOTEK’s fisheye camera dewarping capabilities allow monitors to adopt different presentation modes. Now, Management Center operators can easily monitor and verify traffic incidents and use the image recognition software to increase traffic control efficiency. The city of Bialystok has finally achieved a traffic management and surveillance system that can keep pace with its rapid growth while remaining in harmony with the local culture and architecture.