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Designed for outdoor applications, as well as for demanding indoor environments, Axis M3027-PVE fixed dome camera 5 megapixels offers 360/180o panoramic view and supports a wide variety of video management applications, both own and third-party.

Axis M3027-PVE

The M3027-PVE is the latest addition to the M30-VE series outdoor camera line of Axis. Equipment that can be installed on roofs, ceilings or under porches for 360-degree overviews or 180-degree panoramic walls.

This is a fixed dome camera 5 incorporating day/night functionality and IK10 impact resistance index. It is designed for outdoor installation as well as for demanding indoor environments, like hotel video surveillance apps, commercial establishments, restaurants and offices.

Axis M3027-PVE panoramic visionThis Axis camera provides unformed images such as panoramas, double views without the fisheye effect like the so-called panorama, double panorama and quadrant view, as well as the view area mode on which you can pan, tilts and digital zoom over the areas of interest. Multiple video streams in H.264 and Motion JPEG can be sent simultaneously. In addition, offers I/O ports for connection to external devices.

Axis M3027-PVEAll Axis M30 series cameras are factory focused, which reduces installation time. They are also powered via Power over Ethernet which eliminates the need for electrical wiring and also reduces installation costs. The M3027-PVE offers considerable throughout and supports the installation of embedded intelligent video applications through Axis Camera Application Platform.

The microSDHC card slot it incorporates allows multi-day recordings to be stored inside. The use of local storage and Axis Camera Companion video management software is a simple solution when it comes to remotely managing and viewing povenient images up to 16 cameras per installation.

Axis M3027-PVE also supports other video management applications including Axis Camera Station, cloud video solutions and third-party software through its application developer program.

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By • 5 Sep, 2014
• Section: Video surveillance