The Axis Communications M3114-VE Outdoor Network Camera (Without Weather Shield), with a 1/4" RGB CMOS sensor, delivers clear and crisp images in HDTV resolution. Featuring progressive scan technology, rest assured that you will get smooth image capture for scenes with fast moving objects.
For video compression, the M3114-VE Network Camera transmits multiple streams in H.264 and MJPEG video formats at either full frame rates or individually optimized for different quality needs and bandwidth constraints.
A unique feature of this camera is its pixel counter function, which calculates the number of pixels contained in a given part of the image, for example a person's face. This is an important feature for satisfying certain jurisdictions requiring proof of resolution before an image can be submitted for evidence.
The M3114-VE camera is designed for quick installation. The included lens tool helps you achieve the desired viewing direction. Additionally, if you required a lens with a different angle of view, the lens tool can be used to exchange and focus the new lens.
This camera features digital pan, tilt, and zoom capabilities for enlarging portions of the image so that they can be inspected closely. The absence of a weather shield provides a greater tilt range, making the camera suitable for ceiling-mount installations such as in a cold storage room or under a porch. PTZ operation can be automated with preset positions and guard tours.
The Network Camera can withstand an impact of up to 5 joules (equivalent to a 3.86 lb / 1.75 kg weight being dropped on the camera from a height of 11.8" / 300 mm). Furthermore, the camera’s UV-resistant polycarbonate casing is IP66-, IP67-, and NEMA 4X-rated. This means that camera is well-protected against corrosion, windblown dust and rain, splashing water, hose-directed water, and damage from external ice formation and can operate in harsh conditions ranging from -4 to 122°F (-20 to 50°C).
Intelligent video capabilities include video motion detection, audio detection, and active tampering alarm. The camera supports an open API (Application Programming Interface) for software integration, including the ONVIF specification for interoperability between network video products. Power is supplied to the camera through PoE (IEEE 802.3af); hence the camera gets power from the network itself without any extra wiring for auxiliary power outlets.
M3114-VE Outdoor Network Camera (Without Weather Shield)
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