March Networks Unveils New Easy-Mount HD Analog Video Cameras
The new CA2 Series HD analog cameras by March Networks help organizations capture HD analog, IP and standard analog video on a single recording platform.
The cameras enable organizations to capture 1080p video over existing coaxial cable without the cost and disruption typically required to upgrade to Cat5/6, according to the company. It also comes with a drop ceiling mount that the company claims can cut installation times by 50% or more.
Featuring infrared micro-LEDs for illumination in total darkness, and wide dynamic range (WDR) to eliminate shadows and saturation in bright and low-light environments, the CA2 Series cameras are said to provide high-quality image capture in all lighting conditions.
In addition, the cameras are enclosed in a vandal-resistant, IP66-rated aluminum housing, making them well-suited for both indoor and outdoor applications.
“The CA2 cameras are the newest component of our HD analog solution, which enables organizations to capture HD analog, IP and standard analog video on a single recording platform, and to choose how many channels are dedicated to each camera type,” said Dan Cremins, March Networks’ global product management leader. “They are an attractive option for small banks, convenience stores, quick service restaurants and other applications where the time and cost required to undertake a costly ‘rip and replace’ of existing analog cabling can be prohibitive.”
Part of March Networks’ recently launched HD analog solution and Cloud-based Searchlight for QSR service for quick service and fast casual restaurants, the CA2 Series cameras work with the company’s 8724 V Tribrid NVR and are managed with March Networks’ Command video management software.
View the video below for a demonstration of a drop ceiling install.
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