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Security Camera - Lumenera Corp. - Facility Management Product Release
Lumenera Corporation’s Li045 is the company’s first camera featuring onboard video analytics.
ObjectVideo video analytics heighten the effectiveness of digital video surveillance by offering automated, real-time detection, tracking and analysis of objects of interest and identification of potential threats. Equipped with TI's DaVinci technology-based processors, the camera uses Pixim Incorporated's Orca Chipset - an ultra-wide dynamic range (120+dB) sensor which overcomes the issue of washed out images in challenging lighting environments, and offers excellent color rendition and image quality in any lighting conditions. The camera also features selectable MJPEG and H.264 compression to address user requirements for higher quality images or lower bandwidth to stream video data. Streaming full 720x480 resolution at up to 30 frames per second, the camera also has a CCD sensor capable of scanning more than 540 lines of resolution using progressive scan technology. This camera is available in both color or monochrome and is offered with optional environmental enclosures.
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