Samsung Adds IR Cameras To iPolis Security Line

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Ridgefield Park, N.J. - Samsung Techwin America has added four new IR night-vision outdoor video surveillance cameras to its iPolis security line.

The new models, two domes and two bullets, can capture high-resolution images and video in complete darkness, the company said. The new models are IP66 rated for safe use in severe or varying weather conditions.

The top-of-line iPolis SNV-7080R dome is an outdoor 3-megapixel network video camera that provides 16:9 1080p FullHD images and includes 15 IR LED illuminators for a viewable distance of 75 feet in total darkness.

The camera's WiseNet2 DSP chipset is designed to provide maximum benefit for megapixel technology, including Wide Dynamic Range and Smart Compression with region-of-interest encoding. H.264 compression provides lower bandwidth, high-resolution images, and the H.264/MJPEG dual codec supplies multiple streaming, the company said.

The camera includes a motorized 3-8.55mm (2.8x) vari-focal lens to allow zoom and focus settings to be adjusted remotely after installation. Multiple resolutions include CIF (320 by 240 pixels), 1080p FullHD (1,920 by 1,080), and full 3 megapixels (2,048 by 1,536) with the ability to transmit selected streams for viewing and recording.

The step-down dome model, the iPolis SNV-5080R, is fixed dome camera offering resolutions up to 1.3 megapixels, including 720p HD output; with an IR viewable range of up to 50 feet. H.264/MJPEG/MPEG-4 multiple codecs include multiple streaming, using H.264 compressions.

Samsung's iPolis SNO-7080R is an outdoor bullet-style 3-megapixel camera with 32 infrared LEDs for a range of up to 150 feet in total darkness. Complete with a 2.8x vari-focal motorized zoom lens; the SNO-7080R can capture 16:9 FullHD images at 1,920 by 1080p with wide dynamic range and features a dual H.264 and MPEG codec.

The step-down bullet, the iPolis SNO-5080R is a 1.3-megapixel IP camera capable of displaying multiple resolutions from 320 by 240 through 16:9 format 720p, to full 1.3 megapixel (1,280 by 1024). It illuminate objects up to 100 feet and also includes a multistream H.264/ MPEG-4/ MJPEG codec.


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