This popular range of video surveillance of the manufacturer offers in its eight new models quality of image enhanced and technology Lightfinder, as well as useful functions for installations of interior and exterior of size medium.
The new models of dome fixed Mk II will incorporate now to the renewed and economic series P32 of Axis to offer a quality HDTV with any type of lighting thanks to the incorporation of advanced sensors and options of processing of the image. Thereby, users have access to more useful functions, as wide dynamic range (WDR), Forensic capture technologies Lightfinder and GO to optimized company.
Petra Bennermark, responsible for International's products from Axis Communications, Thus points out: "with the Mk II models we continue to enhance the popular series P32, a range of affordable cameras for monitoring any type of lighting that require minimal effort for installation and daily use".
Renovated P32 series cameras complement to P33 and Q35 manufacturer ranges and "offer a very interesting alternative to customers on a budget, as retail stores, hotels and offices, that require a coverage of video in high quality, "for day and for night", Bennermark says.
Many models integrate Illuminators of infrared close to capture video of high quality in the more absolute darkness.
Easy of installation and of maintaining, It's a solution suitable for banking, retail, hospitality and education, as well as facilities of off-Broadway in urban surveillance projects, transportation or health care, inter alia.
All the cameras have of function day / night and control P-Iris to improve the clarity of the image and the depth of field. Its lens Vari-focal lens, with function of zoom and focus remote, It facilitates the adjustment of the field of view to include a specific area of interest.
The eight models refreshed are compatible with the storage local, hosted video and camera of the company application platform. The systems current of this series will cease of manufacture is and, When is exhausted the stock is replaced by the renovated Mk II.
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