The gray Spectra HD Series Indoor Dome Camera System (NTSC) from Pelco consists of D5118 Dome Drive with an integrated 1.3 Mp 18x optical zoom Day/Night camera, B5-PG Standard Pendant Back Box and LDHDPB-0 Lower Dome with Smoked Bubble. The system features built-in analytics, USB expansion slots, and 360° continuous pan rotation for precision and control. It is suitable for commercial, industrial, city surveillance, traffic monitoring, and gaming applications.
This Spectra HD series system delivers crystal-clear, live streaming images over the internet using a standard Web browser (Microsoft, Internet Explorer, or Mozilla Firefox)for powerful remote setup and. It allows you to view details such as faces, license plates, tattoos, playing cards (in casinos), or other specific features and it supports High-Profile H.264 compression.
The dome camera system features open architecture connectivity for third-party software recording solutions allowing integration into any IP-based HD system. It is also compatible with Digital Sentry video management systems. The system is Endura enabled to record, manage, configure, and view multiple live streams. When connected to an Endura HD network-based video security system, the dome camera system has access to EnduraStor and EnduraView for optimized image quality and bandwidth efficiency. This pendant model is easy to install and maintain.
Embedded Pelco Analytics enhance the flexibility and performance of the camera. Nine user-configurable Pelco behaviors are preloaded and included as standard features. The camera is capable of running up to three behaviors at the same time; although, the number of behaviors is limited to the available processing power of the camera and the type of analytic being used. For each behavior, you can create several custom profiles that contain different camera settings. With these profiles, you can set up different scenarios for the behavior, which will automatically detect and trigger alarms when specific activity is detected.
Pelco behaviors can be configured and enabled using a standard Web browser, and they are compatible with Endura or a third-party system that supports alarms using Pelco’s API system. Web Interface Spectra HD uses a standard Web browser for powerful remote setup and administration.
Multiple Pelco behaviors can be scheduled to work during a certain time or condition. Abandoned Object behavior detects objects placed in a defined zone and triggers an alarm if the object remains in the zone longer than the user-defined time allows. An airport terminal is a typical installation for this behavior. This behavior can also detect objects left behind at an ATM, signaling possible card skimming.
Adaptive Motion Detection detects and tracks objects that enter a scene and then triggers an alarm when the objects enter a user-defined zone. This behavior is primarily used in outdoor environments with light traffic to reduce the number of false alarms caused by environmental changes.
AutoTracker detects and tracks movement in the field of view. When the AutoTracker behavior is configured, the system will automatically pan and tilt to follow the moving object until the object stops or disappears from the monitored area.
Camera Sabotage detects contrast changes in the field of view. An alarm is triggered if the lens is obstructed by spray paint, a cloth, or a lens cap. Any unauthorized repositioning of the camera also triggers an alarm.
Directional Motion generates an alarm in a high traffic area when a person or object moves in a specified direction. Typical installations for this behavior include an airport gate or tunnel where cameras can detect objects moving in the opposite direction of the normal flow of traffic or an individual entering through an exit door.
Loitering Detection identifies when people or vehicles remain in a defined zone longer than the user-defined time allows. This behavior is effective in real-time notification of suspicious behavior around ATMs, stairwells, and school grounds.
Object Counting counts the number of objects that enter a defined zone. This behavior can be used to count the number of people at a store entrance/exit or inside a store where the traffic is light. This is based on tracking and does not count people in a crowded setting.
Object Removal triggers an alarm if an object is removed from a user-defined zone. This behavior is ideal for customers who want to detect the removal of high value objects, such as a painting from a wall or a statue from a pedestal.
Stopped Vehicle detects vehicles stopped near a sensitive area longer than the user-defined time allows. This behavior is ideal for airport curbside drop-offs, parking enforcement, suspicious parking, traffic lane breakdowns, and vehicles waiting at gates.
Window Blanking is used to conceal user-defined privacy areas that cannot be viewed by an operator. The system supports up to eight blanked windows. A blanked area will appear on the screen as a solid gray window.
This Spectra HD series camera system connects to Pelco IP and hybrid systems such as Endura version 2.0 (or later) and Digital Sentry version 7.3 (or later). It is also compatible with Digital Sentry NVs (DS NVs), a full-featured video management software. It features open architecture connectivity to third-party software. Pelco offers an API (Application Programming Interface) and SDK (Software Developer’s Kit) for interfacing with Pelco’s IP cameras.