MOBOTIX D16 video surveillance systems offer dual sensor mounts

Product Profile

Dual sensor mounts

There are many times when a single video image is not enough. For example, at night where a high sensitivity black and white video sensor offers a better image then a colour image, which is more useful in the day time for providing enhanced details, or in an installation where from a single camera you may want to capture a distant gateway and also a person presenting credentials at a nearby electronic doorway. These situations are well suited to the MOBOTIX D16 range of video surveillance systems that offer dual sensor mounts.

Covering larger areas in high detail

Like the rest of the Mx6 product line, the D16 includes RTSP/Multicast for simultaneous streaming of MxPEG, M-JPEG and H.264 within an ONVIF-ready system, plus advanced 3D motion detection. However, the D16 also offers twin 6 Megapixel sensors with optional lens with a horizontal angle of 15 to 103 degrees within a single rugged chassis. The sensors and lens can be arranged in a flexible fashion to offer day and night combinations or even a 12 megapixel, 180-degree panoramic view – perfect for covering larger areas in high detail where one lens is not enough.

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Technical Specification

Manufacturer MOBOTIX AG
Model code D16 DualDome
Colour Type Colour / Monochrome
Resolution TVL 2 x 6 MP
Megapixel Yes
Sensitivity lux 0.001 ~ 0.1 lux
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor/Outdoor
Digital (DSP) Yes
Mount Type Wall mount
Electrical Specifications Voltage: PoE
Compression MxPEG, MJPEG, H.264
Network Properties Interface: Ethernet 10/100 (RJ45), USB; IO and RS232 via additional MxInterface Box
Additional info

Two lenses, two HiRes image sensors, internal storage and a dual image of maximum 12.5 megapixels make the DualDome an efficient security solution. For example, the user can secure two different areas with just one camera - all without vulnerable mechanical components!

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