Outdoor Bullet-Style Thermal Network Camera

Recently announced a strong addition to its Q-line of fixed thermal cameras, Thermal Network Camera. The affordable and bullet-style IP camera is designed for 24/7 detection in challenging conditions. The thermal network camera is outdoor-ready out-of-the-box and is ideal for perimeter protection of facilities where early detection of an intrusion attempt is critical.

Thermal network camera is the first thermal camera that supports both Electronic Image Stabilization.

Thermal network cameras are not only reliable for round-the-clock detection, but are also useful for verification, helping to distinguish between a real and false alarm, Thanks to its powerful processor, thermal network camera is highly capable of running video analytics via the Camera Application Platform (ACAP). Together with our ADP Partners, customers can find a tailored surveillance solution that meets their specific needs.

Thermal network camera offers 384×288 thermal resolution and outstanding image contrast for reliable detection and quick verification. Thanks to a selection of five different lens alternatives (7 mm, 13 mm, 19 mm, 35 mm and 60 mm) that optimize detection performance, customers can be sure the camera will meet their requirements. In addition, the following capabilities make thermal network camera the flagship for the series:

  • The thermal network camera can easily be integrated with other existing IP security equipment and with third party applications via the Camera Application Platform (ACAP).
  • Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) provides smooth live viewing even when the camera is mounted on an unstable surface, where vibration can be an issue.
  • Technology analyzes and optimizes the video stream in real time to preserve interesting details and motion with full image quality and resolution, while compressing static areas, such as white walls or vegetation, at a higher rate. This significantly reduces the bandwidth and storage required.

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