VIVOTEK announced the launch of its anti-ligature fisheye network camera, the CC8370-HV. This compact 3-megapixel camera features an anti-grip design, WDR Pro and vandal resistant housing which simultaneously ensures the safety of detainees and the efficiency of staff on duty. The CC8370-HV is specially designed for high security environments, such as detention houses, holding cells, psychiatric wards and correctional institutions.
With anti-ligature edges, the camera can act as a life saver by preventing both self-harm and conflict. Featuring 180° horizontal panoramic views with an adjustable 25° tilt angle, the CC8370-HV allows security officers to see any event in cells, with zero blind spots. Sound within a 5 metre radius can also be clearly recorded.
In addition, the CC8370-HV is armed with a robust IP66-rated and IK10-rated housing, to enable the camera’s body to withstand water and dust and to protect against vandalism or tampering. To ensure the 24/7 surveillance, it equipped with WDR Pro, which captures both the dark and bright areas of an image and combines the differences to create a highly realistic representation of the original scene. Furthermore, with the SNV (Supreme Night Visibility) technology, the CC8370-HV is empowered to provide high quality images under low-light conditions. This superior visibility at night time further enables the CC8370-HV to eliminate unexpected and unwanted incidents.
The CC8370-HV is also supported by ST7501, VIVOTEK’s free video management software, which is able to record network video streams up to 32 channels.
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