LILIN’s ground-breaking IP camera kits make quick and simple IP installation very affordable
LILIN to unveil NVR Touch at IFSEC 2012

LILIN, world-class video security manufacturer, is using IFSEC 2012 to showcase four innovative HD IP technology solutions. The NVR Touch, with touch-screen operation; the iMEGAPRO low-light camera range; the simple-to-install IP camera kits; and the VD-022 four channel HD decoder.

The NVR Touch will be unveiled at the show. It is the world’s first, standalone NVR to enable simultaneous recording of up to 16 HD IP video channels at 30 FPS. It has familiar, DVR-style control and includes direct, touch-screen operation with smartphone style features like ‘pinch and zoom’ built in.

The iMEGAPRO II and III HD cameras feature ‘Sense Up+’ technology, a development which resolves poor low light sensitivity and eliminates motion blur – common problems with many other HD cameras. iMEGAPRO series II features a highly sensitive 2MP 1080P CMOS sensor, capable of streaming HD video at 30 FPS. The series III adds a 3MP, 15 FPS option to the range. Each camera offers 8 privacy zones, PoE and uses LILIN’s outstanding GUI, for user-friendly integration, configuration and operation.

All iMEGAPRO II and III cameras produce four independent video streams, optimised for high-quality recording or mobile device viewing. Further features include Region of Interest (ROI), e-Tour, weighted mode, motion, tamper, face and audio detection. The range comprises CS mount box cameras, vandal-resistant domes, mini-domes, the world’s first external HD IR camera with a 60m range and the world’s smallest 1080P camera - a low profile internal mini-dome with SD card slot and audio input.

LILIN’s ground-breaking IP camera kits (www.ipcamerakits.com) make quick and simple IP installation very affordable. Each kit has four HD IP cameras, four power supplies, a Quick Start Guide, a disc with auto-detecting NVR software, manuals and support documentation. Just three kit variants cover most retail, commercial and domestic application requirements with internal dome, external IR and external vandal-resistant IR camera options. Each IP kit manages 16 video channels as standard, but expands up to 36 channels, free of charge, making system upgrades and expansion straight-forward.

LILIN’s HD 1080P real-time decoder enables full screen or quad viewing of HD IP cameras streamed directly to a monitor without a PC. The decoder has a HDMI output and benefits from keyboard control enabling up to 255 cameras to be selected.

The HD IP technology solutions from LILIN will give IFSEC 2012 visitors the complete HD experience. All LILIN’s IP solutions are ONVIF compliant to maximise installation flexibility and compatibility.

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