2 MP front-facing mobile camera

Issue 7 2020 Transport (Industry)

The TNO-6010M from Hanwha Techwin, distributed by XtraVision, is a front-facing mobile camera designed for in-vehicle (car or train) use, powered by the Wisenet 5 network. This camera is designed to withstand being mounted inside a vehicle, with adjustable length and a dual-joint design to adapt to any vehicle.

It offers a 2 MP resolution operating at 60 fps, a 2.8 mm fixed lens (113.7°), triple codec H.265/H.264/MJPEG with WiseStream II technology (for video compression), 150 dB WDR/HLC, USB port and analog video out for easy installation, advanced video analytics and sound classification. It also features True Day/Night functionality and includes an SD card, fog detection, PoE, and has ratings of IP66, IK10 NEMA 4X, and can operate at temperatures between -30°C and +55°C.

Key features

• Lens hood to prevent windshield glare.

• 0.04 Lux @ F2.0 (colour), 0.004 Lux @ F2.0 (B/W).

• Built-in 2.8 mm fixed lens.

• H.265, H.264, MJPEG codec supported, multiple streaming, WiseStream II support.

• Tampering, loitering, directional detection, defocus detection, fog detection, enter/exit, (dis)appear, audio detection, shock detection, face detection, digital auto tracking, sound classification.

• Motion detection.

• DIS with built-in gyro sensor.

• SD/SDHC/SDCX memory slot (maximum 256 GB).

• Enables monitoring of a running train or vehicle without the camera shaking.

• Web browser-based monitoring.

• Alarm: an event occurs, video is either sent to the email address registered by the user, to an FTP server, saved on a Micro SD card or NAS.

• IVA (intelligent video analysis) functionality.

• Supports ONVIF Profile S/G/T.


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