This outdoor camera incorporates IP66, IP68, IK10 and Nema 4X. It can be mounted up or down and is equipped with a cleaner to remove excess water, rain or snow.
Axis has unveiled its network camera for surveillance of open areas Q6215-LE. A team that responds to the increasing insecurity in outdoor areas. It is easy to install and able to monitor what happens over long distances under various environmental conditions.
It is now essential that surveillance cameras have innovative technology that allows their resistance to any weather situation, because a lot of times, environmental conditions prevent the optimal operation of surveillance devices.
In addition, you need a device that allows a visual range over long distances and in low light, facilitates the recognition and analysis of groups, cars and license plates, since often low image quality prevents clear recognition, which would be harmful in case of emergency.
Addressing this need, Axis has developed a technology that withstands all weather conditions, like wind speed, rain and snow, having a cleaner to remove excess matter that falls on the surface of the camera.
Moreover, combines high image quality with panoramic vision. This optimized design has lighting that allows a very wide range of viewing in total darkness, which improves the process of reconnaissance and analysis of what's happening abroad.
Such solutions give users confidence in the effective operation of their surveillance system without the need to manipulate equipment characteristics, while increasing your visual reach and improving image quality. This ensures full recognition of external elements that are monitored day by day.
Axis Q6215-LE camera features IP66, IP68, IK10 and Nema 4X. It can be mounted up or down and is equipped with a cleaner to remove excess water, rain or snow.
It also includes a mounting plate equipped with sliders, making installation easier. The camera slides into the mounting plate, connects to the power supply via an RJ45 connector and has the mounting options to position it standing or hanging.
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