The bullet-style, outdoor-ready Q1932-E Thermal Network Camera from Axis Communications comes with a built-in heater for the window and is designed to withstand harsh weather conditions for operation in temperatures ranging from -40 to 140°F. It's suitable for 24/7 area or perimeter surveillance of all security applications such as roads, tunnels, and airports. The camera can be powered using Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af), making installation easy.
The thermal resolution of 640 x 480 (VGA) and a 35mm telephoto lens make it easy to detect and identify people, objects and incidents. Thanks to a built-in filter that removes blur and ghost effects, images are sharp in all conditions. The Axis Q1932-E Camera offers improved thermal imaging contrast, keeping the noise levels low while avoiding loss of details or temperature information. The scene is easier to understand; surroundings are recognizable, and objects, accidents or people are identifiable.
Since the thermal camera is less sensitive to changing light conditions, darkness, shadows, and other challenging conditions because its sensor reacts to differences in thermal energy and not to light energy, it can achieve higher accuracy and allows fewer false alarms than conventional cameras in most applications. This makes the Q1932-E Thermal Camera a suitable platform to combine with intelligent video applications to build more a efficient 24/7 surveillance system.
The camera also supports intelligent video applications such as AXIS Cross Line Detection license and AXIS Video Motion Detection 2.1 (included). Integrated applications such as video motion detection or tripwire allow the camera to automatically trigger an alert to the operator. This thermal camera can complement virtually any IP surveillance system by quickly detecting incidents and sending notifications to another network camera. Based on the alarm trigger, a PTZ network camera can be re-directed to the point of interest.