Axis P1245, P1265 and P1275

The new P1245 modular devices, P1265 and P1275 with which Axis Communications The P12 has expanded its range to feature a deep learning processing unit to use advanced analytics systems.

The series Axis P12 Modular Camera has been expanded with three new devices for indoor applications, with resolution HDTV 1,080p and a small, compact head unit.

The model Axis P1245 Mk II It features a thumb-sized sensor unit and a wide 111° field of view, which can be integrated into machinery or used independently and mounted on a pivot or other bracket.

With a small sensor the size of a pinhole camera for extremely discreet installation, the model P1265 MK II offers a field of 91° horizontal view, Especially suitable for integration into ATMs and ticket vending machines.

The camera P1275 Mk II Includes a small dome-shaped sensor, with a varifocal lens of 2,8-6 Mm, and allows Adjust the field of view between 99° and 53°, as well as choosing between overview or detailed views.

Based on the concept of modular split chamber, These new sensor units connect to the main ones by cable, so that both parts can be placed apart from each other for even more discreet installation.

Sensor units can mount at a distance of up to 15 meters from the main. In addition, with a detachable cable, These devices ensure a smooth installation, Flexible maintenance and upgrade.

These devices in the Axis P12 Modular Camera series integrate a Deep Learning Processing Unit, enabling the use of advanced analytics systems. For example, Object Analytics Can detect and classify different types of objects.

In addition, Include Axis Zipstream, significantly reduces bandwidth and storage requirements, as well as WDR to ensure a clear picture, even when there are dark areas.

Available from May through Axis distribution channels, The main unit, The sensor and cable are chosen based on the individual needs of a fully modular and scalable system.

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By • 7 May, 2024
• Section: HIGHLIGHTED IN DEPTH, MAIN HIGHLIGHT, Video surveillance