New cameras released for Paxton10

Issue 2 2022 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

Paxton has announced the release of six new cameras to its Paxton10 range. The new CORE series and PRO series cameras maintain all key features of the previous Paxton10 cameras. These include edge processing for ultimate scalability, built-in edge storage and a plug-and-play installation. The two new ranges offer different benefits to both Paxton installers and system users with new hardware options providing more choice, flexibility and scalability to suit a variety of projects and budgets.

Paxton10 offers access control and video management on one easy-to-use online platform. By combining both technologies, sites secured by the future-proof system benefit from the advantages of an integrated solution, without the complexity. End-users have the ability to use licence-free Bluetooth smart credentials and multi-site management functionality. The system is compatible with Paxton’s door entry and wireless door handle range and can support up to 1000 doors and 1000 cameras.

Adam Stroud, Paxton’s CEO, says: “Our new CORE series and PRO series cameras were inspired by the varying requirements of our customers. Sometimes a cost-effective option is needed and sometimes a higher specification is more important. We are now able to offer customers a real choice.”

The high-performance PRO series are top-end video recorders that take building surveillance to the next level. The range includes a 2,8 mm mini-bullet, vari-focal bullet and turret. All three 8 MP cameras capture footage in 4K HD. Storage will never be an issue thanks to the 256 GB in-built memory, and the vari-focal bullet is also equipped with a vandal-resistant IK10 rating – ideal for sites where a robust external camera is required.

The great-value CORE series are a cost-effective solution for sites where hardware cost is a factor, but with no compromise on quality. The range includes a 2,8 mm mini-bullet, mini-dome and turret. All are 4 MP cameras with 0,003 Lux low-light performance and 64 GB of in-built edge storage. The mini-dome has an IK10-rated metal exterior for those who need a more robust solution.

When installing the cameras, the plug-and-play hardware is very easy to connect to a user’s Paxton10 network. The system’s intuitive software has automatic recognition and a drag-and-drop system. You simply plug in a camera, name it and tell it where to record and it does the job. This makes the process efficient and will save installers troubleshooting time on site.


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