Arecont Vision Announces Availability of ConteraIP Cameras at GSX 2018
Part of Arecont Visions’s Total Video Solution concept, ConteraIP single-sensor megapixel cameras are available in four different enclosure choices.
LAS VEGAS — Arecont Vision Costar, an industry leader in IP-based megapixel camera technology and video surveillance solutions, announces the immediate availability of all ConteraIP single-sensor cameras.
The four new bullet and dome models are part of the Arecont Vision Total Video Solution, composed of megapixel cameras, video management system, Cloud-enabled web services and video recorders.
Single-sensor ConteraIP cameras are now available in indoor or outdoor dome, bullet and micro bullet configurations, with choice of 2 or 5MP capability across the entire product line.
Both the ConteraIP and MegaIP camera families offer ONVIF compliance and integration with the ConteraVMS and dozens of other video management systems through MegaLab testing and validation.
“Our initial customers are already benefiting from use of the new ConteraIP family in a variety of application environments and VMS choices,” says Brad Donaldson, vice president of product development for Arecont Vision. “We are very excited to be in full production with these powerful new cameras that are proving popular with our Cloud-enabled ConteraVMS and with many MegaLab-pretested VMS and NVR choices that customers traditionally employ.”
Contera cameras feature H.264 and H.265 codecs, SNAPstream and SNAPstream+ bandwidth reduction technology, NightView color low light technology, and offer Enhanced WDR up to 120db.
All models include multi-streaming at full frames per second (fps), defog technology, industry-standard security and network protocol support and are ONVIF G and S compliant.
Most models include Smart IR technology that adapts to object distance and angle, and include an SD card slot for onboard storage. Outdoor models are compliant with the IP66 environmental and IK-10 impact resistance standards.
Both the ConteraIP and MegaIP camera families support the Arecont Vision API, offer a three-year standard warranty and support MegaLab integration with third party hardware and software applications that go beyond the ONVIF standards, according to the company.
Arecont Vision began operating as Arecont Vision Costar after Costar Technologies closed a deal to acquire the company in July for $12 million.
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