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Security Camera - CIEFFE - Facility Management Product Release
Cieffe's first composite security surveillance camera, the CamPX, uses Pixim's Digital Pixel System technology, and features power-over-ethernet technology.
The camera delivers 720 x 540 pixel progressive scan image capture with a global electronic shutter that minimizes motion blurring. Camera specifications include WDR of 120 dB, excellent low light performance (0.5 lux in color), and high signal-to-noise ratio even at high temperature. CamPX independently controls and manages the auto iris of the fitted lenses according to the light conditions.
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