The Sarix IBP Series IBP124-1R 1MP Outdoor Network Bullet Camera with 12-40mm lens from Pelco features a remote zoom lens for wide or long-range surveillance applications. Autofocus ensures the camera can be automatically refocused when needed. Additionally, the camera offers advanced color accuracy and integrated adaptive IR illumination for increased sensitivity in low-light environments. It features a mechanical IR cut filter.
The camera supports up to two simultaneous video streams and a third service stream. Both streams can be compressed in H.264 or MJPEG formats. The streams can be configured to a variety of frame rates and bit rates to optimize image quality with bandwidth and storage efficiency.
In addition, the camera features edge storage via microSD card (sold separately). Video clips of varying lengths can be stored to the card upon alarm, or video can be written continuously to the SD card in the case of network outage. Video can be retrieved from the card through the FTP protocol.
Simple motion detection algorithms allow the camera to record or trigger an alarm when motion is detected in a selected zone or throughout the entire scene. A camera sabotage alarm is triggered if the lens is obstructed or the camera is repositioned. It connects to Pelco video management systems, such as Endura version 2.0 (or later) or Digital Sentry version 7.3 (or later). It also integrates with major third-party video management systems through the open Pelco API and other third-party software and systems through the open ONVIF Profile S, G, and Q standards.
A standard web browser interface allows for remote setup and administration. Controls are optimized for one-step camera configuration for feature adjustments including color, exposure, flicker control, and streaming.