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With an ultra-mini format sensor COS, Planet ICA-4200 Technolgy network camera is an ideal solution for applications of IP video surveillance in stores, Bank branches, hotels, halls and warehouses.

Planet ICA-4200

ICA-4200 Network Camera camera, that distributes in Spain and Chile Anatronic, It has been designed by Planet Technology for surveillance 24 applications×7 one was IP. Its format "ultra" has become a discreet indoor solution as shops, Bank branches, hotels, halls and warehouses.

This dome of Planet Technology supports formats of compression H.264, MPEG-4 and JPEG and offers excellent picture quality in Full HD (1080p) to 30 FPS. With the addition of a new CMOS image sensor specifically designed for video surveillance systems, the ICA-4200 camera provides a clear under any lighting condition picture.

Together with functions advanced from processing of image, This day/night surveillance camera includes Wide Dynamic Range technology (WDR) and 2D Digital Noise Reduction (2DNR) to filter the backlight surrounding people and objects, and eliminate the noise in the video signal.

The camera dome ICA-4200 also is characterized by have of auto-exposure that avoids overexposure and different inputs for connection to devices external, as sensors of doors. Also, It is possible to save consecutive videos on local storage media (NAS) or events on the memory card (Micro SD).

The ICA-4200, that incorporates Power over Ethernet (PoE), It can be powered through a network cable from a computer PoE, such as a switch or injector. This eliminates the need for wiring additional, It reduces installation costs and increases the flexibility of deployment.

This camera, that it is compatible with Onvif standard and includes a management software of 64 channels to facilitate the tasks of maintenance and monitoring remote.

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By • 20 May, 2015
• Section: Networks, CCTV