The light gray Sarix IME Series IME3122-1EP 3MP Pendant Environmental Day/Night Mini Dome IP Camera from Pelco features SureVision 2.0 technology, delivering high-definition (HD) resolution, consistent color accuracy, fast processing power, and simultaneous advanced low-light performance with Wide Dynamic Range (WDR), and Anti-Bloom technologies. Advanced features include 3D noise filtering, smooth response to illumination changes, and improved tone mapping to retain color accuracy and overall image contrast.
This Sarix Enhanced Range Mini Dome IP Camera features an integrated 9 to 22mm varifocal autofocus lens. Designed to install quickly, the camera includes autofocus, motorized zoom, built-in analytics, and other advanced features needed for demanding security applications. In addition, a ready-to-install pendant mount is included.
The camera supports multiple simultaneous video streams with up to two different configurations. The streams can be compressed in MJPEG and H.264 formats across several resolution configurations. Realtime video with Full HD resolution using H.264 compression allows for optimized bandwidth and storage efficiency. The streams can be configured to a variety of frame rates, bit rates, and group of picture (GOP) structures for additional bandwidth administration.
This mini dome IP camera seamlessly connects to Pelco video management systems such as Endura version 2.0 (or later) and Digital Sentry version 7.3 (or later). It also integrates with major third-party video management systems through the Pelco API, and other third-party software and systems through the open ONVIF Profile S standard.
Adaptive motion detection allows the camera to record or send an alarm when there is motion in selected zones or in an entire scene. A camera sabotage alarm is triggered if the lens is obstructed or when the camera is repositioned. The Power over Ethernet (PoE) functionality simplifies planning, wiring, and installation. The camera works with PoE-enabled network switches or power injectors, eliminating the need for separate power supplies and cabling, and increasing camera fail-safety through an uninterruptible power supply (UPS).