Siemens launches new CCTV catalogue
Siemens Building Technologies has introduced its new CCTV Products & Accessories catalogue for 2009.
It promotes an interoperable approach to security through access control, intrusion detection and video surveillance systems via actual application examples, thereby demonstrating how the different components integrate in say a petrol station or a banking environment.
The catalogue also features a planning guide, from the first component in a system, through to cameras and transmission and on to switching and recording, as well as monitoring and control, providing a checklist to ensure no products are forgotten when constructing a system.
It is a comprehensive guide to Siemens' extensive CCTV capability covering:
- Details of the entire range (cameras and domes; lenses; housing and mounts; pan/tilt and telemetry equipment; Illumination, video transmission recording systems, monitors, displays and mounts, video software)
- an overview for distributors and end users
- clear and concise product information
- a very useful explanation of CCTV terminology
New inside the 2009 catalogue - attractive, powerful cameras for any area of application...
Only a camera optimally adjusted to prevailing light conditions can deliver clear, crisp images. Siemens has met this challenge at the highest level and created a range of cameras and fixed domes to cover all customer needs. The cameras have been designed to meet every application, for indoor and outdoor, from simple monochrome cameras to high-performance colour cameras, as well as specialised Wide Dynamic day-night cameras including PIXIM technology. Cameras by Siemens can be used for monitoring in public areas, for traffic monitoring, in tunnels, casinos, train stations, airports and many other applications. With their uniformly attractive design, the cameras offer the sharpest image in any environment.
The number of hybrid applications using existing analogue cameras with the possibility to expand the system by adding IP cameras, and with recording possible for both analogue and IP simultaneously, is growing all the time.
Recognising this, Siemens continues to develop its range of IP cameras , including Megapixel models, as well as the supporting software, to continue to provide customers with features that fit ever-changing security situations.
New for SISTORE Digital Recording - innovation and technology for recording in all applications, from standalone, hybrid to networked
The range of SISTORE digital video recording systems provides digital surveillance and image recording that can be used in a multitude of applications: from small shops, to shopping centres, offices or large scale industrial facilities. The systems are designed with the highest system performance and reliability, meeting the demanding security needs of today's applications.
The SISTORE range consists of two key system areas: Digital Recording and Networked Video. For Digital Recording, there are two families of products available:
SISTORE MX (a hybrid recording system for both, analogue and IP cameras, 64 cameras in total per unit) and SISTORE AX (a traditional digital recording system for up to 16 cameras per unit). For Networked Video, there is the SISTORE CX family, an intelligent digital video CODEC capable of performing multiple tasks simultaneously over a network, for up to 8 cameras per unit and includes video analysis capability.
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|Model code||SISTORE CX8 1000/200|
|Recording Mode||Real Time|
|Storage Capacity GB||500|
|Image per second (IPS)||100 @ 4CIF|
|Compression Type||MPEG4 SP / ASP|
|External Storage||2 x USB 1.1|
|Network Type||Ethernet 1 x 10 / 100 Mbit|
Dimensions mm: 430 x 87 x 370
Weight kg: 6.50
Voltage: 100 ~ 230 V AC
Power Consumption: 100 W
Operating Temp oC: 5 ~ 40
Operating Humidity %: 20 ~ 80
|Additional info||Video signal: Loss detection. Motion and tamper detection. Serial ports: 2x RS485. Download SISTORE CX8 1000/200 PDF.|
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