The equIP Series Network Fixed Minidome Camera from Honeywell provides 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution at full frame rate and features progressive scan technology and 2D edge enhancement. DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) results in storage savings without sacrificing image quality in low light. The 1/2.7" progressive scan CMOS sensor offers accurate color rendition through a wide variety of lighting conditions. It also supports ONVIF interoperability between network video products.
The camera comes complete with surface and flush mounting options (compatible with a 4S electrical box) and can be used with an optional wall/pendant mount kit (sold separately). In addition to low-light color performance, the camera will automatically switch to black and white. In this mode, lighting can be complemented with infrared for discreet/covert low-light surveillance with monochrome images. A 3D axis gimbal capable of 360° of pan, 180° of tilt, and 360° of horizontal rotation simplifies mechanical camera adjustment. The MFZ (Motorized Focus and Zoom) lens allows the field of view to be adjusted to suit scene requirements. A web client allows fine tuning of the camera and auto iris levels. This can also be performed from most DVR/NVR setup utilities.
This camera supports dual video streams and multiple compression formats with frame rates up to 30 fps. The compression parameters for the 2 video streams are independently configurable. The primary stream is dedicated to H.264. The secondary stream can be configured for H.264 or MJPEG. This camera features analog video out for aiming and focusing during setup. With built-in Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af), power is supplied to the camera using standard network cabling, eliminating the need for a separate power supply and associated wiring. In situations where PoE support is not available, the unit can also be powered directly from a 24 VAC power supply.
This network camera uses Honeywell technology for video motion detection, tamper detection, remote firmware updating, and for secure storage of all camera settings. Video motion detection recognizes object motion within the field of view and then a simple on-screen notification alerts the user. Camera tamper detection notifies the user when a camera's field of view is altered, blinded, or blurred. This ensures the video's integrity and alerts you to either a live event or a system problem that is causing disruption to the video stream. This technology also allows users to remotely upload firmware to the camera. Setup can be customized through a web client or from an NVR (sold separately). The built-in Web server provides password-protected access to the camera's video and network setup.