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Hanwha Techwin America, a global supplier of IP and analog video surveillance solutions, will debut a new line of mobile cameras at ISC West 2018 in booth #14079. The new cameras are part of the Wisenet X series and are built to withstand the vibrations, temperature shifts and harsh, wet environments encountered in mobile applications such as buses and trains. All of the new mobile models utilize the powerful Wisenet 5 chipset featuring high frame-rates, day & night (ICR) and advanced WDR (150dB)

All of the new mobile models utilize the powerful Wisenet 5 chipset featuring high frame-rates, day & night (ICR), advanced WDR (150dB), digital image stabilization, and H.265/H.264/MJPEG multiple streaming codecs. The full suite of powerful Wisenet video analytics featuring tampering detection, loitering, directional detection, defocus detection, fog detection, virtual line, enter/exit, (dis)appear, audio detection, face detection, people counting, heat maps, and sound classification is included.

X series Mobile Cameras The 2.8mm XNV-6013M is vandal-resistant with an IK10 rating and can withstand temperatures from -40 to +140 degrees Fahrenheit

Intended for the harshest mobile environment, the 2 Megapixel 60fps XNV-6013M is rated at IP6k9K to withstand high-temperature steam power washing. It also features a built-in heater to prevent frost and fogging within the housing. The 2.8mm XNV-6013M is vandal-resistant with an IK10 rating and can withstand temperatures from -40 to +140 degrees Fahrenheit. The 2M 60fps XNV-6012/M flat cameras feature 135-degree viewing angles and supports RJ-45 or M12 connectors. The 2M 60fps XNV-6022R/M adds IR illumination to 15m/49ft.

Our new X series mobile cameras are built to withstand harsh, mobile environments where water and dirt can penetrate due to high-pressure washing and outdoor movement while bringing the best performance and analytics available to the mobile market,” said Paul Kong, Technical Director, Hanwha Techwin America.”

Top features:

 XNV-6012 – 2M Mobile Vandal-Resistant Network Camera

  • 2.4mm fixed lens - wide 135-degree field of view
  • IP66, IK10, NAMA4X-rated
  • Built-in Microphone
  • RJ-45 connector

XNV-6012M – 2M Mobile Vandal-Resistant Network Camera

  • 2.4mm fixed lens - wide 135-degree field of view
  • IP66, IK10, NAMA4X rated
  • Built-in Microphone
  • M12 Connector

 XNV-6013M – 2M Mobile Vandal-Resistant Network Camera

  • 2.8mm fixed lens – 107-degree field of view
  • Built-in heater prevents frost accumulation and fogging
  • Built-in microphone
  • IP67, IP6K9K, IK10, NAMA4X rated
  • M12 Connector

 XNV-6022R - 2M Mobile Vandal-Resistant Network IR Flat Camera

  • 3.6mm fixed lens – 95-degree angle of view
  • IR Distance 15m
  • IP66, IK10, NAMA4X rated
  • RJ-45 Connector

XNV-6022RM - 2M Mobile Vandal-Resistant Network IR Flat Camera

  • 3.6mm fixed lens – 95-degree angle of view
  • IR Distance 15m
  • IP66, IK10, NAMA4X rated
  • M12 Connector

The new mobile cameras will be available from all Hanwha Techwin authorized resellers in Q2 2018.

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