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The 9 Hz version of the TASC 640-7 Pan/Tilt Thermal Security Camera from ATN features built-in video analytics software and an IP66-rated, all-weather dome housing that enables 360° pan and 180° tilt. Plus, auto-flip orientation after 90° tilt motion automatically rotates the image by 180° to show an upright view. This security camera has a 7mm fixed focus lens that provides a wide viewing angle that is well-suited for most surveillance tasks. The carbon-fiber coating on the precision-crafted germanium lens provides protection from scratches and eliminates the need for a viewing window in the housing, preventing reflections and fogging. The camera maintains optimum image quality with automatic calibration.
Object tracking within the camera’s field of view includes motion path overlay, automatic sequential ID assignment, and motion speed annotation for all tracked objects. The camera features configurable alarm generation that triggers an alarm when objects cross a predefined line or enter a specific monitoring zone. Digital image stabilization improves image quality and significantly reduces the file size when no motion is detected.
The camera’s video analytics processor uses uncompressed signal for analytics operations and outputs processed video with overlaid information about possible intrusions. Hence, the camera setup does not require server side analytics, which eliminates investments in server hardware and costly analytics software. It uses an intuitive user interface for configuring analytics parameters. Open Source protocol allows video transmission and camera control via ONVIF protocols over an existing IT network.
Built-in camera video analytics
Object tracking within the camera's field of view includes motion path overlay, automatic sequential ID assignment, and motion speed annotation for all tracked objects
Configurable alarm generation when objects cross a predefined line or enter a specific monitoring zone
Digital image stabilization improves image quality and significantly reduces the file size when no motion is detected
Speed measurement feature turns your camera into a speed radar that automatically measures and records the speed of all moving objects in the field of view
Dropped objects detection function alerts you of all objects left in the field of view
Integrated user-interface and processing; no server-side analytics required
Uncompressed video signal for enhanced analysis and detection
Open Source video transmission (ONVIF conformant) for easy integration into any existing IT network