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Discrete Surveillance Camera Aims To Boost Security


Johnson Controls has launched the Pro 2MP Micro camera for installations where a low-profile, high-performance surveillance camera is required.

The Pro 2MP Micro includes a lens that can be placed up to 20 feet away from the power supply as well as wide dynamic range to balance scenes where bright backlighting can be a challenge. The Micro also operates at a minimum illumination of 0.01 Lux and thus facilitates excellent low light performance without the need for IR illumination. The discrete form factor makes it a choice option for banking and ATM deployments. Additionally, the Pro Micro includes corridor mode for improved viewing in hallways and other narrow scenarios. There is no added licensing cost for the Pro Micro when added to VideoEdge Network Video Recorders (NVRs).

Powerful technologies are built-in to the Pro 2MP Micro to increase confidence and savings. VideoEdge TrickleStor allows video recording to continue on the Micro when a network outage occurs. Once the connection is restored the video from the Micro backfills to VideoEdge NVRs for seamless viewing later. Further, Illustra® IntelliZip continuously monitors and optimizes streaming parameters to match the level of activity in the camera’s field of view, providing practical storage savings.

The Pro 2MP Micro adheres to the rigorous security standards of the Tyco Cyber Protection Product Security Program. The holistic cyber approach begins at initial design concept, continues through product development, and is supported through deployment.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 6/17/2019


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