New IP camera range

March 2015 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

Grundig Security’s new IP camera range includes compact, 2 and 3 MP indoor and outdoor vandal-resistant domes, an integrated bullet cameras and a 6 MP fisheye camera.

Specialist features of the range include Quad Scan WDR, enabled by the Sony Exmor CMOS sensor, which enhances low-light sensitivity and Dual Noise Reduction (DNR), which significantly reduces image noise. Sensitivity is improved further with an option to run at 60 FPS.

The higher-spec cameras have Xarina digital signal processing (DSP), which enables analytics features such facial detection and all the new IP cameras include IR LED illumination for night vision.

The 2 MP cameras have 3 to 10,5 mm varifocal lens. The 3 MP has a Tamron 3 to 9 mm auto-focus zoom (AFZ) lens with P-Iris (an automatic ‘precise iris’ function), which increases image contrast, clarity, resolution and depth of field.

The outdoor vandal domes are IK10, vandal-resistant rated and along with the bullet cameras are IP66 weather resistant-rated for challenging, outdoor environments.

The new fisheye 360 panoramic view camera is designed for retail and overview environments and offers a cost-effective solution to many applications. It includes on-board de-warping software to produce up to two video stream views.

SD/SDHC card slots, PoE and ONVIF Profile S integration are standard across the new IP range, making Grundig cameras compatible with most leading VMS solutions. Webserver access for smartphone (iOS and Android) and tablets can be set up, allowing users to remotely view, monitor and control Grundig IP cameras from anywhere in the world.

For more information contact Grundig Security, +49 2191 374 9883,,

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