New Pelco HD IP cameras

September 2013 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Products

Schneider Electric has announced the local availability of its new ONVIF Pelco Sarix IL10 Series mini box and micro dome cameras, the first of a series of new Sarix fixed IP camera products to be released in 2013.

Delivering on customer needs and preferences, the HDTV high-definition IP network cameras offer a cost-effective solution for video security needs in small- and medium-sized businesses. Part of Pelco’s ONVIF value range of IP cameras, the Sarix IL10 Series cameras produce high quality, colour HDTV video and the integrated fixed focal length lens enables sharp scene alignment and easy installation. The series, which comes in four models, is suitable for a variety of indoor environments.

Additional features of the Sarix IL10 Series include:

Convenient power: The PoE models easily integrate with PoE-enabled network switches or power injectors, eliminating the need for separate power supplies and cabling. The 24 VAC models are also offered for installations where 24 VAC power already exists.

Web interface: Uses a standard Web browser that allows for easy remote setup and administration. Users have an easy one-step camera configuration for features including colour, exposure, 50/60 Hz flicker control and streaming. In addition, a one-click shutter allows users to capture JPEG images of the live view for documenting or easy event recording.

Video streams: IL10 supports multiple video streams compressed in H.264 format, allowing the streams to be individually optimised between highest quality and bandwidth/storage efficiency. In addition, the cameras support text overlay with options for time, date and camera name.

Systemisation: Easily connects to Pelco IP and hybrid video management systems and major third party video management systems through the Pelco API. The cameras also support the ONVIF Profile S standard for connection with third party video management systems.

“Schneider Electric is excited to announce these affordable cameras as part of our rollout of the new Sarix IP cameras to the market this year,” says Julian Moss, security product manager and solutions architect at Schneider Electric South Africa. “We are focused on meeting our customers’ needs and concentrating 100 percent of our research and development efforts on IP services and technologies with a modern look and feel, to deliver open IP-based solutions to meet ever evolving security needs.”

For more information on the Sarix line, visit http://www.pelco.com/sites/global/en/products/camera-solutions/sarix.page.

For more information contact Schneider Electric, +27 (0)11 254 6400, belinda.aslett@schneider-electric.com, www.schneider-electric.com





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