AirLive launches outdoor IP camera
Taipei, April 8, 2013
AirLive, a leading brand for networking and communication equipment, has introduced a new outdoor IP cam featuring HD resolution and infrared (IR) LEDs.
AirLive BU-720 is the latest in the field of IP cameras for outdoor use, combining high technical level, IP66 weatherproofing, IR LED illumination and a favourable cost, a statement said.
Robust aluminum enclosure of AirLive BU-720 camera complies with IP66 for outdoor spaces and offers protection against harsh weather conditions, snow, rain, moisture and dust, and also effectively protects against vandalism and mechanical damage.
One of the new enhancements of the design is also ability to hide necessary wiring within mounting arm. Camera housing also includes infrared LED night-time illumination with up to 25 meters effective distance.
Camera AirLive BU-720 is equipped with a low-lux CMOS sensor with a maximum resolution of 1280x800 pixels at 30 frames per second, so the resulting image is sharp and detailed even in difficult conditions, and contains four times the amount of image data compared to ordinary CCTV cameras with VGA resolution. Automatically adjustable IR filter allows precise settings for different lighting conditions.
Other features of AirLive BU-720 include support for advanced H.264 compression, which significantly reduces the use of bandwidth in the network and the needed space for data storage.
The camera is also equipped with a slot for micro SD memory card, which serves as a local storage and prevents data loss. Moreover, BU-720 naturally supports active PoE (802.3af) to minimize mounting effort and cost.
The camera AirLive BU-720 is supplied with standard utility software CamPro Express 64, which allows live monitoring and video recording up to 64 AirLive cameras involved in the system simultaneously. – TradeArabia News Service
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