Hanwha Techwin America

Hanwha Techwin America, a global supplier of IP and analog video surveillance solutions, is showing the latest additions to its Wisenet X series cameras at ASIS 2017 (booth 3523). The latest evolution of Wisenet X features Hanwha’s innovative Wisenet 5 chipset, the most important core technology developed to date by Hanwha Techwin.

"By extending our Wisenet X series, Hanwha Techwin offers the most comprehensive portfolio of video surveillance solutions with the highest levels of performance, intelligence and reliability,” said Miguel Lazatin, Director of Product and Channel Marketing, Hanwha Techwin America. “Our new Wisenet X series cameras featuring ½-inch CMOS sensors and 60fps deliver the features and performance characteristics required across a wide range of industry verticals including gaming, municipal surveillance, government and retail.”

Evolution Of Wisenet X Cameras

Wisenet X series Flush Mount Cameras (XND-6011F and XND-8020F) feature digital image stabilization, built-in microphone, hallway view, and a host of built in analytics for security and business applications. The cameras’ trim ring colors are available in black and white to aesthetically fit into any environment.

Bandwidth saving with WiseStream II compression technology dynamically controls encoding and balances quality and compression

Aside from the optics developed and manufactured by Hanwha, the Wisenet X series 12x Optical Zoom Cameras (XNV-6120R, XNO-6120R and XNV-6120) offer 2MP resolution, 150dB WDR with 60fps, H.265/H.264/MJPEG and WiseStream II compression, license-free analytics, motion detection, hallway view, dual SD card slot for increased on-board storage and image stabilization using gyro sensors. The Wisenet X 12x Optical Zoom Cameras are available in dome and bullet form factors.

Wisesnet X series ½” Sensor Cameras (XNV-6085, XND-6085V, XNO-6085R and XNB-6005) 2 MP network cameras capable of 150dB WDR and 60fps. The cameras include triple streaming H.265/H.264/MJPEG, WiseStream II compression technology and dual SD card slots.

Wisenet X series Outdoor Mini and Micro PTZ Cameras (XNP-6120H and XNP-6040H) are 2 MP network outdoor PTZ cameras with 150dB and 60fps. The cameras also include triple codec streaming (H.265/H.264/MJPEG), WiseStream II compression technology, and digital image stabilization. Model XNP-6120H offers endless 360-degree viewing and 12x optical zoom.

Wisenet X cameras capture excellent color images in low-light environments; substantial bandwidth savings with WiseStream II compression technology that dynamically controls encoding and balances quality and compression according to movement in the image; a USB port, license-free analytics; dual SD card slots; and gyro sensors (certain models) for more accurate stabilization.

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