Panomera S8 series

April 2019 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Products

The patented Panomera Multifocal Sensor System is a camera technology developed for the extensive video surveillance of large scale areas. This results in significantly lower infrastructure requirements. Where previously several megapixel cameras would have been necessary, a single Panomera is now sufficient.

The combination of the high-resolution sensors of the Panomera S8 Ultraline offers a dynamic range of 130 dB UWDR. The identification of persons (250 px/m) is supported up to a distance of 46 m depending on the model, observation (62 px/m) even up to a distance of 322 m. This corresponds to an object space of more than 26 000 m2 with consistent depth of field.

The optional Video Content Analysis (VCA) detects movements and objects in the uncompressed image and analyses them in realtime (depending on the analysis resolution) with functions such as intrusion detection or line crossing.

Features

• Multifocal sensor system with eight sensors.

• Horizontal field of view 30°, 45° or 75°.

• 3D Digital Noise Reduction (3D-DNR).

• Functions for data protection and data security (GDPR-compliant).

• Weather-proof (IP66) housing with integrated heater.

For more information contact Management and Supply of Security Solutions (MASS), +27 12 142 0000, info@mass-solutions.co.za, www.mass-solutions.co.za



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