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Cantronic Systems introduces ThermalRanger 2000

Cantronic Systems has announced its ThermalRanger 2000 line of infrared ultra long-range surveillance cameras designed for night vision security.

With a NETD of 0.08 deg C, the thermal-seeking, passive infrared cameras provide surveillance detection in total darkness up to 3,600 meters. Weighing in at less than 40 pounds, the ThermalRanger 2000 is designed for perimeter security installations at a variety of locations.

For more information contact Cantronic Systems at 866-391-6970 or visit www.cantronic.com.

2412SYS by Sensoray offers an outdoor IP-streaming solution

Sensoray has introduced its model 2412SYS, a complete video-over, IP-streaming solution packaged for outdoor use. In converts PAL or NTSC video into an 802.11b stream using the UDP or RTP Ethernet protocol. Optional amplifiers, antennas and a pole mounting kit can extend its range to more than two miles. The 2412SYS accepts a wide range of input power, from 10 to 36 VDC, and draws 6W for one video channel. The bit rate from its MPEG-2 codec can be reduced to as low as 500 kbits/s to minimize bandwidth. A low-latency stream player for Windows is available for near real-time viewing.

Infinova introduces Networkable Video Matrix Switcher

Infinova’s V2040 TCP/IP Networkable Video Matrix Switcher isan IP addressable, full-crosspoint matrix switcher, with an option for video over IP with camera PTZ control functions. It is also a switcher that, when configured in multiple sites, is connected and controlled via LAN/WAN without added dedicated servers and RS-422/485 cabling as required by older satellite configured systems. With the VIP option, users can select, view and control the PTZ functions from any of a maximum of 4096 input cameras. Up to four cameras can be viewed and controlled at one time.

Speco adds wall-mounting brackets to line of dome cameras

Speco Technologies announces a new feature for its economy line of dome cameras. All four models are now being supplied with wall mounting brackets. These stainless steel brackets quickly adapt the ceiling mounted domes for use on a wall without loss of adjustability. The camera maintains its full 360-degree horizontal and 90-degree vertical plane of rotation. All necessary nuts bolts and screws are supplied for quick and easy installations.

For more information contact Speco Technologies at 800-645-5516 or visit www.specotech.com.

Samsung Camera announces mini-dome cameras series

Samsung Camera has introduced a new series of mini-dome cameras that offer an array of built-in functions. The cameras come in different options for different lighting situations. The SID-42 series is designed to offer maximum performance down to a minimum illumination level of 0.7 Lux/F1.2 providing more than 480 TVL and high sensitivity. The SID-22 series is good for lower light levels, 0.4 Lux/F1.2 and up and exceeds 330TVL.

TeleEye Group’s SF310 color CS-Mount Camera

TeleEye’s SF310 is a color camera with 1/3-inch interline transfer CCD. Available with PAL and NTSC models, the picture elements of TeleEye SF310 are 5000 (H) X 582 (V) and 510 (H) X 492 (V) respectively. It is fully compatible with TeleEye III+ video transmitters in remote surveillance applications.

For more information contact TeleEye at 852-2995 5922 or visit www.teleeye.com.

Mace Security introduces its new digital IP videophone

Mace Security International has announced the introduction of its new digital IP videophone. The videophone works with all IP-based networks including LANs, WANs, Internet, Ethernet interface and H.323 compatible systems. The product is a professional grade digital phone that provides exceptional video images and audio sounds. The videophone provides video quality up to 30 frames per second and an advanced echo canceling technology, which allows streaming audio to be properly transmitted.

Tokina announces the availability of the KMT-1749

Tokina has announced the release of the KMT-1749, a highly sensitive, 0.5 lux, low-light, mini-dome camera that includes a Tokina varifocal zoom lens.

The KMT-1749 incorporates a field selectable varifocal zoom lens from 2.4 to 6mm that provides for a variety of fields of view. In addition to the zoom feature, backlight, AGC and mirror functions, there is also a selectable 2X zoom. The KMT-1749 requires a 12 VDC power supply and is available in NTSC or PAL.

IPIX unveils CommandView 360 network

IPIX Security has introduced the IPIX CommandView 360 network video surveillance and security camera. CommandView360 is built on the CommandView platform and integrates two, two-megapixel network cameras—each equipped with an IPIX fisheye lens and a mechanical PTZ camera that provides a 23X-optical zoom capability. It features the company’s viewing technology and IPIX CommandStation management software to provide a security camera system that can see in all directions.

For more information contact IPIX at 888-909-4749 or visit www.ipix.com.

JVC’s new fixed-dome color security camera

JVC Professional Products has launched a vandal-resistant, fixed-dome color security camera, the TK-C205VPU. It features an environmental, IP 66-rated dome housing designed for higher security and outdoor applications such as ATMs, large warehouses, educational institutions and penitentiaries. The camera features the new 1/4-inch high resolution CCD, offering 535 TVL.

For more information on this product contact JVC at 973-317-5000 or visit www.jvc.com/pro.

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