March Networks, a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions, is pleased to introduce its SE2 Series IP Cameras. The new camera line delivers 1080p video and a comprehensive range of advanced features for indoor and outdoor applications. It also incorporates a smart low bit rate (LBR) setting that reduces bandwidth and storage consumption by 50% or more, making the SE2 Series IP cameras a cost-effective option for businesses with dozens or hundreds of surveillance cameras. Compatible with all March Networks video recording platforms, including the 8000 Series and 9000 Series video recorders and Command Recording Server (CRS) software, the cameras are also easily managed with powerful March Networks Command Enterprise video management software. Command Enterprise enables customers to administer the complete video solution more effectively, and benefit from capabilities such as centralised video management, mass camera management and system health monitoring. The SE2 Series cameras are also compatible with third-party video recording systems via the ONVIF Profile S standard. Organisations can choose from three distinct SE2 Series models, each available with multiple mounts and accessories. These include: The SE2 Indoor NanoDome, a low-profile dome with an extra-wide, 134-degree field of view (FOV) enables organisations to monitor an entire area with a single camera SE2 Indoor NanoDome and IR Dome cameras The SE2 Indoor NanoDome, a low-profile dome with an extra-wide, 134-degree field of view (FOV) that enables organisations to monitor an entire area with a single camera. In surface mount applications, all wires terminate inside the camera, eliminating the need for a separate side cable access housing. Other key features include a 3-axis gimbal for simple positioning during installation, and a 90-degree hallway mode rotation to better capture vertically-oriented scenes. The SE2 Indoor IR Dome ensures high-quality video capture in challenging lighting conditions, including bright sunlight and complete darkness, through a combination of High Dynamic Range (HDR) and integrated infrared (IR) LEDs. The camera also incorporates hallway mode and helps speed installations with features including remote zoom and focus, and a convenient EMT mount that attaches directly to an unthreaded pipe – ideal for high ceiling installations. SE2 Outdoor IR Dome camera The SE2 Outdoor IR Dome, a ruggedised dome protected by a weather-proof (IP66), vandal-resistant (IK10) enclosure to ensure optimum performance in all climates. The camera’s integrated HDR, IR and P-IRIS deliver clear, focused video capture in varying lighting and regardless of an object’s distance within its FOV. Similar to the other SE2 models, the camera incorporates hallway mode. It also includes a 3-axis gimbal and remote zoom and focus. For ease-of-service, each SE2 Series camera comes with a unique QR code that technicians can scan with their smartphone or tablet using March Networks’ free GURU Smartphone Application. The combination of high-performance and affordability will make these cameras a popular choice in new and existing installations" Time and cost savings The combined functionality enables technicians to access product serial numbers, warranty status, video tutorials and product manuals, run installation audits, submit an express RMA and more – saving them valuable time and cost. “We are thrilled to add these SE2 Series IP cameras to our portfolio,” said Nathan Dinning, Edge Devices Product Manager, March Networks. “They expand the range of IP cameras our customers can choose from and are a full-featured option for applications such as warehouses, grocery stores and big-box formats with many cameras and few ultra-high definition requirements." "They are also our company’s lowest-cost camera offering to date, and we expect the combination of high-performance and affordability will make them a popular choice in new and existing installations.”
The new ME4 camera line captures critical detail in all lighting without straining network and storage resources March Networks, a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions, introduces its new ME4 Series Cameras. The new cameras incorporate High Dynamic Range (HDR) to deliver clear video in all lighting conditions, including environments such as banking branches and retail storefronts where parts of the scene are very bright and others very dark. Able to capture facial features, license plates, bill denominations and other critical details, the cameras’ 4MP resolution strikes an ideal balance between video clarity and bandwidth and storage efficiency. With four distinct form factors to choose from, as well as multiple mounts and accessories, the ME4 Series provides organisations with flexible, complete and very cost-competitive video surveillance coverage. The cameras are compatible with March Networks 8000 Series Hybrid NVRs and powerful March Networks Command software, enabling time-saving conveniences such as centralised video management, mass device management and system health monitoring. They are also compatible with third-party video recording solutions via the ONVIF Profile S standard. ME4 Series portfolio The ME4 Series portfolio includes the: ME4 Outdoor IR Dome, with a P-Iris; a 2.7-12mm lens for added flexibility; extreme hot and cold temperature ratings (as low as -67°F / -55°C and as high as 131°F / 55°C); and dynamic Infrared (IR) technology that automatically adjusts the camera’s IR LEDs to ensure the proper exposure, enabling the camera to capture objects in the dark at distances of more than 131 feet / 40 metres. "This new ME4 Series provides our certified partners and customers with the ability to select exactly the right IP camera for their application" ME4 IR MicDome, with a built-in, moisture-protected microphone for complete video and audio capture in a small form factor (~ 4 inches / 10.5 centimetres in diameter). The camera is available with a wide-angle or medium-range lens, allowing customers to capture the area of coverage and amount of detail they require. ME4 IR Bullet Camera, available with a 2.7-12mm lens and P-Iris or a 9-22mm DC iris lens and autofocus for added flexibility; remote zoom and focus; an IP66 rating for watertight installation; 3D noise reduction; and built-in dynamic IR technology to capture objects in the dark at distances of more than 164 feet / 50 metres. ME4 Box Camera, available with a 2.8-8mm or a 8.5-50mm P-Iris lens to better match the required field-of-view (FOV); auto backfocus to easily fine-tune the FOV; True Day/Night to capture details in black and white; and an optional environmental housing for use outdoors in temperatures as low as -40° F / -40°C. Ability to choose camera as per requirements “This new ME4 Series provides our certified partners and customers with the ability to select exactly the right IP camera for their application and to combine different models and mounts for optimal surveillance coverage,” said Nathan Dinning, Edge Devices Product Manager, March Networks. “While each camera offers its own distinct features and capabilities, all four deliver 4MP, HDR video capture to ensure maximum performance with just the ‘right’ amount of detail in all lighting conditions.” March Networks will showcase the new ME4 Series cameras as part of its complete IP camera portfolio in Booth 1614 at the ASIS International Annual Seminar and Exhibits, September 12-14 in Orlando, Florida. Save
The new MegaPX DPoC MicroDome makes it easy for organisations to adopt HD video much faster and more easily March Networks®, a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions, has introduced its new MegaPX DPoC MicroDome. The IP camera is the industry’s first 3MP, video over coax surveillance camera to support the HomePlug AV / IEEE 1901 standard, enabling it to transmit video and audio in daisy-chain or loop configurations over a single analog cable. The camera saves organisations the expense and disruption typically required to replace existing coaxial lines with Ethernet to capture high-resolution video, and can reduce installation times by 75% or more. Facilitating HD video adoption “Most organisations would prefer to have high-definition surveillance video, however many are unable to justify the costs and interruptions associated with ripping out their coaxial cable to make it happen,” said Nathan Dinning, March Networks Edge Devices Product Manager. “Running new Ethernet lines in heritage buildings or underground transportation tunnels, for example, can be extremely difficult. Doing the same in a hospital or school is also a challenge, as installers are often dealing with requirements like HEPA tents to ensure health and safety standards are met while work is being done. Our new MegaPX DPoC MicroDome makes it easy for organisations to adopt HD video much faster and more easily.” The MegaPX DPoC MicroDome works in conjunction with an NVT transceiver to stream IP video and audio over coaxial cable and convert the data back to digital Ethernet before archiving on a network video recorder or server. In addition to multi-channel configurations, it can also be installed point-to-point to transmit video over as much as 2,000 feet / 609 meters via a single coaxial cable. MegaPX DPoC MicroDome features The camera combines Wide Dynamic Range and True Day/Night technology with progressive scan in high resolution to provide excellent image quality in dynamic lighting conditions, including bright backlight and near darkness. It also incorporates a P-Iris to produce images with high contrast, clarity, resolution and depth of field. Consistent with March Networks’ reputation for best-in-class reliability, the MegaPX DPoC MicroDome comes with an IK10 vandal-resistant housing, and includes an internal microSDXC for recording redundancy. When the camera is used as part of a complete March Networks Command™ video management solution, customers can also seamlessly access video recorded on the internal card using the company’s innovative Shadow Archive feature, and automatically restore that video to the recorder following a network outage.
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