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Designed for the surveillance of large areas, the new PNM-9020V model incorporates H.265 and Hanwha Techwin WiseStream compression technology and various sensors to capture several images together high quality.

PNM-9020V is the new camera for video surveillance of Hanwha Techwin that adds to its Samsung Wisenet P range and incorporates various sensors that allow you to capture four images together, of 2 megapixel each, with lenses of 3,6 mm to form an image composed of 180 °. To do this it has a synchronized alignment lever, located in the center of the device, that up and down sensors in a coordinated way to facilitate the configuration.

As details Tim Biddulph, Director of Hanwha Techwin Europa product management, "the possibilities of them images panoramic of high definition produced by the camera PNM-9020V allows to them users end get a return very important of the investment", Since you can do the work of three or four standard HD devices".

In addition to digital PTZ, protection for use in outdoor IP66 and vandal resistant IK10 certification, This new camera shares many features with other four Wisenet P series models, as follow-up automatic digital (Digital AutoTracking); wide dynamic range (WDR) and correction of lens distortion (LCD), as well as audio bi-directional, privacy masks, PoE power / 12V DC and SD memory card slot.

As delivery standard, cameras in this range include video analytics, with maps of heat, Virtual Online, input and output, etc.. Also, open platform DSP chipset integrated in the PNM-9020V model provides the user flexibility to run the camera video analytics.

In terms of efficiency and low bandwidth consumption, This device combines the technology WiseStream of the manufacturer with compression H.265 to control the encoding of form dynamic and balanced, based on the movement in the picture.


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By • 18 Jan, 2017
• Section: To fund, CCTV