The most powerful chipset

April 2017 Products, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

The Wisenet X series of surveillance cameras is charged by the most powerful chipset ever incorporated into a full camera range by Hanwha. The Wisenet 5 chip uses a new architecture that enables faster processing. That means you get the best video performance just as you need it.

An existing WDR image is captured by composing two frames with different exposures, but the Wisenet X series with 150dB WDR uses four frames to create a more natural image. New technology has been developed to remove movement, a critical weakness of existing WDR, and provides clear and vivid images.

With the new chipset used in the Wisenet X series lens technology, images can be monitored in low-light conditions including colour without an IR LED. Vivid images can now be captured any time of the day.

A gyro sensor has been added to the technology used in existing cameras for more accurate stabilisation. Stabilisation comes into effect when a camera is disturbed by wind or vibrations, resulting in more stable images.

Using WiseStream ii, Hanwha Techwin’s original video compression technology, the Wisenet X series reduces data by up to 99%, compared to current H.264 technology, when combined with H.265 compression. Overall system costs are greatly reduced without comprising image quality.

Wisenet X series comes with a variety of exclusive new video and audio analytics, providing enhanced monitoring solutions and market intelligence.

For more information contact Hanwha Techwin (formerly Samsung Techwin), Jaco de Wet, +27 (0)79 843 4051, jaco@stcctv.co.za



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