Honeywell has announced new additions to its lines of equIP® Series IP cameras, designed to provide high image picture quality in ultra-low light environments. With a unified and simple design, the new equIP cameras offer a superior user experience that makes them easy to install, use, and maintain and integrate with other connected building solutions. Honeywell equIP series The new equIP cameras have the latest technology, providing higher resolution, bandwidth optimisation and embedded video analytics. Using H.265 Codec technology, the cameras reduce video recorder storage costs without sacrificing image quality, providing better bandwidth usage. Honeywell Xtralis IntrusionTrace™ video analytics software improves surveillance accuracy and responsiveness, helping users to reduce financial losses and limit business interruption. The equIP series is ideal for security professionals looking to more easily design connected building solutions. The cameras can be easily integrated with other Honeywell ecosystem solutions to create one complete IP platform for site monitoring and control. The cameras are ideal for enterprise and critical infrastructure environments where complete visibility is essential, such as industrial buildings, utilities, energy, education, government, and banking. Connected building systems “With a trusted manufacturer like Honeywell, security professionals can be assured that every component of their connected building system will work seamlessly together,” said Gerald Coste, global video product director of security and fire, Honeywell Home and Building Technologies. “This is essential to providing the fully integrated and reliable IP solution today’s enterprise and critical infrastructure protection customers demand.” The equIP camera range includes: 12 megapixel 4K Ultra HD IP box camera IR IP bullet camera Outdoor IR IP mini-dome camera Six megapixel indoor/outdoor Fisheye IR IP camera Indoor/outdoor 2 megapixel 30x zoom WDR PTZ IP cameras Cameras in the equIP line feature: 3D positioning functionality for PTZ cameras Embedded microphones for indoor cameras for greater accuracy Support for ONVIF Profile S and G Integration with Honeywell NVRs and VMS including MAXPRO®, HUS, DVM, and Performance embedded NVRs Support for third-party manufacturers’ NVR and VMS The equIP series is easy for security professionals to install and maintain. Fifteen languages are available during installation, and only one person is needed to mount the cameras. The range can re-use existing pole, corner, pendent, or wall brackets, saving installers and their customers time and money. If the cameras are installed with Honeywell’s MAXPRO, setup is even easier as all camera units are automatically detected by MAXPRO in a seamless installation process. The new equIP series is fully certified CE, FCC and UL.
This complete IP solution integrates new cameras that provide high quality video in ultra-low light environments with new technology in NVRs Honeywell has announced additions to its growing portfolio of video technology to help security professionals more easily design connected building systems. The company has added several devices to its line of equIP series cameras designed to produce better picture quality in the most-challenging of conditions. It also announced the newest version of its MAXPRO network video recorder (NVR), which improves operators’ abilities to quickly store and locate archived video, as well as more easily create integrated surveillance systems. Video technology portfolio These additions are the latest enhancements to Honeywell’s overall portfolio of video technology designed to improve ease of use for operators, simplify installation for security professionals, and provide higher-quality video to help protect facilities. The company also recently launched a line of HDZ cameras that provide high image quality in low-light applications in vandal-resistant camera housing. The equIP and HDZ cameras and MAXPRO NVRs integrate with Honeywell and third party ONVIF S products for a complete, fully integrated IP solution. In addition, MAXPRO NVR status monitor allows users to more easily check the status of their system. Updated capabilities The equIP cameras feature low-light capability, a simplified user experience, and quick installation. The updated line includes cameras that come in four megapixel (4MP), 1080p, and 1080p ultra-low light resolutions. These cameras feature wide dynamic range imaging, which provides accurate video capture in high-contrast lighting and extreme backlit scenes, and use edge enhancement for maximum clarity. To save installation time and integration costs, the equIP cameras support ONVIF Profile S and G and integrate with both Honeywell NVRs (including MAXPRO, HUS, DVM, and Performance Embedded) and third-party manufacturers. “This complete IP solution integrates new cameras that provide high quality video in ultra-low light environments with new technology in the NVRs that monitor the status of the system and provides an integrated offering for dealers and more features and benefits to end users,” said Gerald Coste, Global Video Product Director, Honeywell Security and Fire. “There isn’t an environment that this system can’t go into.” MAXPRO NVRs, equIP, and HDZ cameras are part of Honeywell’s complete video portfolio that includes Performance Series, Embedded NVRs, MAXPRO Cloud, and Xtralis analytics. Save