Built with vandals in mind, this
camera has a hardened, thick metal case held together with
security-screws. It routes the cable through the bottom
(through the mounting surface - wall or floor) so nothing is exposed.
Setup is easy thanks to an internal mini-joystick and an
internal video connector you can use with a portable test
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Resistant to Vibration
Low frequency vibration and intermittent shock can cause a
camera to shift aim and focus over time. This is especially
noticeable with cameras installed near elevators or on
surfaces that adjoin loading docks and other places where
heavy equipment is used, or even due to vibration from a
nearby street or railroad track. The heavy duty all metal
bracket inside this camera is designed to prevent this kind
of shift. It can turn the camera in any direction (3D, or
gimbaled mechanism). Just aim the camera, tighten the
bracket, and forget about it. It won't move.
Loaded with Features, Including PrePro
The multilingual OSD menu in this
camera provides the user with a window into a wealth of
options. There are so many features and options it's easy to
get confused. In fact some OSD menu cameras force you, as
the installer, to spend a lot of time going through each
setting until you find the right combination that matches
your surveillance environment. This takes time and time is
money, so we created the PrePro
PrePro stands for
Pre-Programmed. Our engineers have already programmed
default settings in the chipset for optimal performance.
That's a lot of words to say "when you reset the camera to
factory default, it's good-to-go 99% of the time."
Of course PrePro doesn't handle
every situation. But it will satisfy a wide variety of users
in most common settings, and the time/cost savings alone
make this camera incredibly attractive for large scale
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