Advanced Technology Video Announces New 3-Megapixel Vandal Dome Camera
The IPVD3TI is the newest addition to the ATV IP Series product line.
COPPELL, Texas — Advanced Technology Video (ATV), a provider of video surveillance solutions, announces the release of its new IPVD3TI, a 3-megapixel vandal dome camera as an addition to the ATV IP Series product line.
The new 3-megapixel IPVD3TI vandal dome camera is equipped with a 2.8-12mm vari-focal auto-iris lens with a 1/2.8-inch Sony Exmor CMOS sensor and Xarina DSP and Starvis Technology. The company says it provides high-quality video with a 2048 X 1536 resolution and delivers triple video streams simultaneously at 30ips using H.264 compression. The camera has 36 IR LEDs for a maximum viewing range of 105 feet and 3D-DNR which is said to work to reduce noise and motion blur.
Other key features of the IVD3TI include true day/night, two-way audio, video analytic functions and a new corridor/aisle view orientation function. In addition, the camera is IP66 rated and supports onboard storage with a micro-SD card slot and powers through PoE & 12VDC.
ONVIF Profile S is guaranteed, according to the company, and is complemented with ATV’s powerful ATVision IP Remote Management Software featuring video monitoring, playback, recording, setup, p/t/z control, system upgrade, MAP integration and multi-site system health monitoring.
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