Cameras offer advanced features

August 2003 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

GE Interlogix's new CamPlus high-performance, high-sensitivity colour and black-and-white camera family leverages GE's latest digital signal processing plus features such as advanced digital backlight compensation to prevent important foreground objects from becoming lost against bright backgrounds. A variable, high-speed shutter and auto-iris circuitry provides CamPlus cameras with clear images whether monitoring in low-light environments or areas in bright sunlight.

"There is a CamPlus camera to fill every surveillance need," said Darren Nicholson, GE Interlogix Video Systems Group vice president of marketing. "The CamPlus family of cameras offers the versatility and reliability to provide optimal performance in all environments, ranging from airports and large-scale homeland security projects to commercial, banking and retail applications."

According to Nicholson, CamPlus cameras also offer universal signal connectivity by using GE Interlogix' exclusive patent-pending PlusPack signal conversion modules. By simply attaching a PlusPack to the back of any CamPlus camera, users can convert BNC analog video output to either unshielded twisted-pair (UTP) or fibre-optic video transmission.

The new CamPlus cameras offer several advanced features. Side-mounted controls are located under a sliding panel for easier installation and access. A thumbwheel back focus lets users make precise adjustments to obtain the sharpest possible picture. Dual video connectors provide a choice of local video monitor or test monitor adjustments. Users can select from a variety of C- and CS-mount lenses to fit their applications precisely. Seven different models are available in black-and-white, colour or both.

For more information contact GE Interlogix, 011 805 1590.

Share this article:
Share via emailShare via LinkedInPrint this page

Further reading:

Efficient storage for security
Issue 7 2020, Dell EMC , CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
There is a dramatic increase in the amount of storage and computing power required to support today’s safety and security systems.

Safe restaurant reopening technology
Issue 7 2020, Dahua Technology South Africa , CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
Denmark’s Arkaden Food Hall makes use of Dahua People Counting and Flow Control solution for safe reopening.

Forbatt SA invests in South Africa’s security industry
Issue 7 2020, Forbatt SA , CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
Forbatt SA is set to offer an improved service to the industry by making sure it has the products and solutions the industry needs, as well as a new showroom.

Analytics with your existing cameras
Issue 7 2020, Secutel Technologies , CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
With SecuVue from Secutel Technologies, it is possible for any business to monitor their offices, warehouses or stores remotely, from any part of the world.

Consolidating control rooms and service delivery within a COVID-19 environment
Issue 6 2020, Leaderware , CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
It is essential to have informed, coordinated and professional responses within control rooms at this time of increasing turmoil.

Technology driving the healthcare industry
Issue 6 2020, Duxbury Networking , CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
Seeing cameras as sensors opens up new possibilities, and each one of them responds to typical demands inside a hospital, clinic or nursing home.

Turn cameras into traffic sensors
Issue 6 2020, Duxbury Networking , CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
Safer communities and cities are achieved through a mixture of technology and human resources, working together in a holistic manner.

Mobotix thermal technology increases security
Issue 6 2020, Duxbury Networking , CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
Installations, machinery, equipment and material available on company premises require effective and cost-efficient protection. In addition, operational safety, optimisation of workflows and protection ...

Getting a visual on Covid-19 screening
Issue 6 2020, Graphic Image Technologies , CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
Should organisations be investing in thermal camera technology to simply contain and limit the spread of the virus?

Flexible temperature screening options for challenging times
Issue 6 2020, Hikvision South Africa , CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring
A thermal imaging camera is an effective screening device for detecting individuals with elevated skin temperature. This type of monitoring can provide a rapid screening approach in high-traffic areas.