eneo’s next generation, rugged PTZ dome camera, the IPP-82A0030MIA, comes with a 1 /2.8” 2MP (1920 x 1080p) progressive scan Sony STARVIS CMOS, day-night sensor; triple video streams (2x H.264 and 1x MJPEG) at up to 60FPS; 30x optical, 4.3~129.0mm auto-focus zoom (AFZ) lens; and 16x digital zoom. The lens produces optimal image quality, day and night, with Smart IR extending night-time viewing distances up to a massive 300m. eneo PTZ dome camera features The rugged PTZ’s outdoor housing is made from tough aluminium. It has an IP66 moisture ingress-rating and an impressive, outdoor operating temperature range of -30°C to 65°C. “The rugged dome includes some very practical installation features for installers,” explained Martin Morris, eneo Business Development Manager UK & Ireland. “It offers Ultra PoE, or 12vDC power options, with a PoE mid-span included for installations with longer cable runs. Power consumption, with IR illumination switched on, is only 28W. A microSDHC card slot is included for up to 32GB of on-board recording. The dome is also multi-cast compliant, with real time WDR at 120dB and 2D and 3D digital noise reduction (DNR). “The rugged dome has four alarm in and one alarm relay output, with alarm management actions including FTP, E-Mail, HTTP, boost and SD-card recording. It is ONVIF compliant, with ONVIF mapping, so events are defined and encoded as ONVIF alarms to ensure maximum integration with VMS or NVR systems. Analytics functionality includes motion, tamper, video-loss, line, field and face detection, with a ‘Defog’ setting, along with eight privacy zones and two-way audio. Its Digital Image Stabilisation (DIS) feature also prevents any detrimental effect on video image quality caused by movement and vibration, such as from wind.”
eneo is launching its new 32 channel, standalone network video recorder, the PNR-5332. The NVR provides simultaneous live viewing and recording up to 32 Full HD (2.0MP) video channels in real-time, 25FPS (30FPS in NTSC), with a combined maximum data throughput of 230 Mbps. It includes hybrid functionality, recording up to 16 IP and 16 analogue cameras all together, with a maximum recording resolution of 5.0 MP (2592x1944p pixels) per channel. With 3TB internal storage “The Linux-based NVR is supplied with 3TB of internal storage and has slots available for up to six internal HDD drives,” explained Martin Morris, eneo Business Development Manager UK & Ireland. “It also has support for two further external eSATA drives. Video output options include HDMI at 1920x1080p (Full HD) and VGA. The PNR-5332 design includes a front keyboard, with jog-shuttle, mouse and IR remote control and allows for 19” rack mounting.” Remote client access and control “iRAS video management software is included for remote client access and control. The RAS mobile app enables Android and iOS smartphone and tablet viewing with touch-screen functionality. Set up is via a user-friendly web browser and all ONVIF-compatible system cameras are automatically detected by the NVR and configured for optimal performance.” Linux-based NVR integrations The NVR operates with eneo’s NPCII universal protocol converter, enabling integration with leading point-of-sale (POS) cash till, access control, LPR (license plate recognition) and ATM systems. Alarm inputs & outputs Sixteen alarm inputs with four relay outputs and sixteen audio inputs with one output are also included. Pre-alarm recording can extend up to 30 minutes, with email, buzzer, software and alarm output notifications. Alarm triggers include disc error, system error, video loss, motion, text-in, physical contacts and POS.
The next generation eneo IP camera range includes five Candid bullet cameras, four Callisto domes and two Candid box cameras to suit a wide range of indoor and outdoor applications. Responsive web navigation The premium eneo IP cameras come with a choice of 2MP (1920 x 1080p) progressive scan CMOS and 3MP (2048 x 1536p) or 5MP (2592 x 1944p) Sony STARVIS sensors. Each camera is triple streaming (2x H.264, 1x MJPEG) and includes high quality, MP lenses to optimise image quality and performance. Martin Morris, eneo Business Development Manager UK & Ireland, explained, “All eneo’s new IP bullet, dome and box cameras come with a new, cross-web browser interface, with responsive web navigation. It is compatible with all popular operating systems and web browsers (IE, Safari, Firefox and Chrome). The new interface not only enables secure, quick and simple camera set up, but also adapts responsively to PC and mobile device viewing. Push focus and push auto focus, macro commands are also included. “A ‘vertical view’ setting is among the new standard features, along with Defog, compensating for fog and rain conditions and LDC (lens distortion correction) which improves varifocal lens image quality across its entire focal length. ONVIF compliance includes ONVIF mapping, where events are defined and encoded as ONVIF alarms to ensure maximum integration with VMS or NVR systems. Digital WDR, WDR, Micro SD recording, PoE IEEE802af are all included.” Bullet/dome/box camera models eneo Candid bullet cameras come in five models. Motorized, varifocal lens models include a compact 2MP and a standard sized 3MP camera, both with a 2.8 to 12mm lens. The 5MP, motorised model comes with a 3.6 to 10mm lens. There are two, auto focus zoom (AFZ) lens models, both with 2MP sensors, a 3x optical, 3.0 to 9.0mm option and a 10x optical, 5.1 to 51mm option, both with smart IR and true WDR. eneo Callisto dome cameras come in four models. A 2MP, plastic, indoor IP67-rated and a 3MP outdoor IP66-rated version, both with a 2.8 to 12mm motorized, varifocal lens. The 5MP outdoor, motorised model comes with a 3.6 to 10mm lens. A 2MP, 3x optical, AFZ model has a 3.0 to 9.0mm lens with smart IR and true WDR. eneo Candid box cameras include a 5MP option with C/CS lens mount and a 2MP, 3x optical, AFZ model with 3.0 to 9.0mm lens.
eneo’s thermal cameras, part of the ‘Candid’ product range, will detect people at up to 3,850 metres (PTB-1125F35), day or night. They are an excellent choice for perimeter protection or for monitoring large expanses, such as solar fields and car parks. They are also popular in residential applications where detecting people without positively identifying them complies with data protection and privacy requirements. Delivers thermal sensitivity of 50 MK at 25°C The eneo Candid thermal cameras are available in three different sensor options with resolutions of 160x120, 336x256 and 640x512 pixels. These provide increasing levels of scene detail and detection distance. Lens options of 7.5 mm, 9 mm, 13 mm, 19 mm and 35 mm offer fields of view from 9.3°to 69°. eneo’s use of uncooled thermal modules not only delivers outstanding thermal sensitivity of 50 MK at 25°C, but also ensures reliable, trouble-free operation for many years. ONVIF Profile S compatible Martin Morris, eneo Business Development Manager UK & Ireland, explained: “Our thermal cameras come in an IP67 rated, cable-managed housing, designed for indoor or outdoor, wall or ceiling mounting. Their operating temperature range is an impressive -35 to 50°C and power options include 24v, 12v and PoE. They have both Ethernet and Composite Video outputs in a choice of H.264 and MJPEG compression standards. USB and RS-422 remote interface connections enable quick and easy installation with web browser or remote software-based set-up. They are ONVIF Profile S compatible and have a number of configurable privacy options. Each has an eneo 3 year warranty.”
eneo, the German CCTV manufacturer, is pleased to announce the launch of its new network component range. Designed to complement the eneo IP video product portfolio, the range comprises managed PoE switches, media converters, PoE injectors and PoE extenders, and is ideal for completing any IP CCTV deployment. Martin Morris, eneo Business Development Manager UK & Ireland, explains the range. “The eneo Managed PoE Switches have 8 or 16 fast Ethernet ports (EPS-1008/1016) providing 30 watts per channel, with a 130w and 250w budget, respectively. They offer web browser and GUI management of useful CCTV features, including VLAN configuration, LACP port and link aggregation and PoE usage. Both options are 19” rack mountable. “The eneo Media Converter range includes an Ethernet over coaxial cable (EVX-900B) option and an Ethernet over unshielded twisted pair or telephone cable (EVX-900R) option. Both options are suitable for long cable runs of up to 1000m to the camera. “The eneo PoE Injector (ENI-900P) provides a 30w power and gigabit Ethernet data connection for IP surveillance cameras at distances of up to 100m. The PoE Extender (ENX-900P) adds power and data every 100m, with the potential to have up to four repeaters per run.”
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