Samsung (News - Alert) Techwin America, a subsidiary of Samsung Techwin which produces next generation technology products, revealed two new surveillance cameras: the SCV-3082 vandal-resistant dome camera and the SCO-3080R weather-proof IR bullet camera. These are super high resolution cameras that deliver great video quality at 650 TV Lines (TVL) of resolution. Both cameras are ideal for any surveillance application.
These sensitivity cameras, which feature Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) and SSNRIII (2D+3D Samsung Super Noise Reduction), can withstand harsh outdoor weather conditions – they are weatherproof – and offer day and night surveillance.
The SCV-3082 is a dome security camera with ICR Technology; it has a mechanical IR cut filter (ICR) true day/night (TDN) switch for 24/7 surveillance. It produces clear video images in low lighting – down to 0.1 Lux.
What is unique about the SCV-3082 camera is that it has a wide range pan (a range of 352°), tilt (a range of 73°) and optical zoom. It also provides a wide angle view as a result of the built-in 2.8-11mm (3.9x) varifocal lens; this directly impacts the distance that can be seen – it’s a camera intended for large surveillance areas.
The SCO-3080R is an infrared (IR) long distance surveillance camera; it can capture images at distances up to 164 feet. The camera works well in low light situations. It uses Digital Image Stabilization (DIS) technology for camera image stabilization.
This is a unique TDN ICR technology camera ideal for outdoor video surveillance of parking lots or perimeter fencing. It has been designed to withstand extreme weather conditions and high/low temperatures.
Both new types of surveillance cameras by Samsung Techwin America are suitable for business or home use; they can be used to monitor areas that need safeguarding in order to provide round-the-clock surveillance against burglars or criminals.
They can be powered by power inverters of 12 and 24 volt (12VDC or 24VAC); otherwise through the coax protocol using Pelco-C (Coaxitron), which transmits the signal to the camera.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman