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IP Network Security Devices - Honeywell Security - Facility Management Product Release
Honeywell’s Equip Series is a family of IP network products composed of cameras, encoders, network video recorders and digital video recorders (DVR). With an open architecture and single Application Program Interface (API), the line of products works across IP-based systems.
The family of IP cameras is available in pan-tilt-zoom, mini-dome, or box style, and are capable of delivering video at a rate of 30 frames per second at 4CIF for real-time, high-resolution video recording. A camera sabotage feature detects a change in the field of view or focus, and instantly notifies the operator if a camera has been deliberately blinded or otherwise vandalized.
The Equip Series is designed for applications where object detection is required in general or low light conditions.
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