The LevelOne FCS-5051 2MP IP video surveillance camera incorporates advanced features to work outdoors, in any lighting condition, and ensure monitoring 24×7.

LevelOne FCS-5051

The manufacturer of network and video surveillance solutions Levelone, whose products DDC distributes in Spain, has added to its catalog the surveillance camera FCS-5051, designed to ensure the highest levels of safety in constant monitoring processes, both day and night.

The FCS-5051 outdoor IP video surveillance system is perfect for integration into schools, car parks or train stations. This is a camera , in vignette format that offers 2 Megapixel, Infrared LEDs (25M).and a waterproof structure according to the IP66 standard.

LevelOne FCS-5051Equipped with 3DNR technologies (three-dimensional noise reduction) and WDR (Wide Dynamic Range), This LevelOne camera manages to filter the most intense illumination of the background of the image that surrounds the filmed objects and reduce the noise that exists in the video signal. The result is crisp, clean image quality, even in difficult lighting conditions.

The FCS-5051 model also allows the BNC connection that makes it possible for the equipment to be directly connected to an analog monitor. Includes an IV lock filter, a Micro SD/ SDHC card, 10 motion detection zones and features a flexible installation scheme enhanced not only by the three available power options (12VDC/24 VAC/PoE) but also by the mounting bracket itself.

The free IP CamSecure software allows monitoring of up to 64 IP cameras simultaneously on a single screen, to optimize scalability. In addition, in order to offer more comfort and flexibility, this application includes some advanced features that allow you to schedule recordings and create alerts for specific events.

Those responsible for the surveillance network can install the iCamSecure application on their smartphones and connect to the PC, being able to transform the movels, with Apple or Android systems, in mobile surveillance systems with real-time monitoring.

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By • 20 Sea, 2014
• Section: Video surveillance