Campus Dome Security Camera - DVTel Inc. - Facility Management Product Release
DVTel's 9440W mini-dome surveillance camera uses a Pixim-enabled chipset and is designed for schools where accurate image capture is critical in challenging lighting conditions, particularly at entry points such as doors and windows, main lobbies, sports facilities, courtyards, and more.
The MPEG-4 based IP camera uses advancements in video compression technology to provide both high-frame rate and high-resolution video, while maintaining a significantly lower file size, requiring less bandwidth than other varieties of TCP/IP cameras.
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