IP cameras Comparison: Bosch, Messoa  (4)

 
Chip Inch Size
1/4
1/3
1/4
1/3
Digital (DSP)
--
--
Specialist Type
Infrared
Network
Network
Infrared
Sensitivity Lux
0.0
--
0.4
0
Auto Iris
--
Direct Drive
--
--
--
Voltage
5 V DC
24 VAC
12 V DC
24 V AC
Motion Activated
Focal Length mm
2.5
8 ~ 80 mm
4
9 ~ 22
Mount Type
Bracket
--
Wall
--
Picture Elements HxV
1280 x 720
1920 x 1080
1280 x 800
2304 x 1536
Image Frame Rate
30 fps
--
30 fps
30 fps
Inclusion DVR/ Web Server
--
--
--
Back Light Compensation
--
White Balance
--
Electronic Shutter Range
1/30 ~ 1/150000s
1/10000 ~ 1/3.75 sec
--
1/16000s ~ 1/7.5s
S/ N (Signal/ Noise) Ratio dB
> 50
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--
--
Colour Type
--
Colour / Monochrome
Colour / Monochrome
Colour / Monochrome
Resolution
--
2 MP
800 x 450
3 MP
Lens Mount
--
C/CS
CS
--
Wide Dynamic Range
--
Signal Mode
--
NTSC / PAL
--
NTSC, PAL
Auto Gain Control
--
--

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The cameras deliver exceptional image quality for accurate identification at crime-prone spots The shopping District, or Shoutengai, in Koto-Ku, Tokyo is located next to a busy train station that gathers many restaurants, shops, and sake bars together in this newly vibrant neighborhood. As the area becoming more commercially alive, there was an increasing concern for crimes taken place within the district, especially during late nights. For the purpose of crime prevention, the Shopping District Association began to consider deploying surveillance cameras at the crime hot spots as a way to strengthen the public safety in the neighborhood. Yet with its limited finances, the association had to look for an effective solution at a lower cost that would cope with its tight budget. Solution With the help from MESSOA, more than 60 Maven series NCR365 IR bullet cameras and a dozen of NOD385 IR dome cameras were introduced in this project. Equipped with a 3MP CMOS sensor and removable IR-cut filter for 24/7 monitoring, these cameras deliver exceptional image quality for accurate identification at crime-prone spots. Both cameras support onboard memory with microSD card slot that utilizes edge recording technology. Up to 64GB of HD quality CCTV footage can be recorded locally on each camera without the need of installing NVRs, saving a significant amount of installation costs. Structure-wise, both the NCR365 and NOD385 are IP67 certified, featuring built-in heater and weatherproof enclosure to ensure the cameras are capable of withstanding any harsh environments in Japan, particularly in winter times. Result By utilizing the edge-based recording technology, the whole project eliminated the need for a centralized recording server or storage, helping the association saving a great deal of costs as planned. This solution did not compromise reliability thanks to SD card’s solid state without any moving parts like a hard drive. The files can be securely stored and easily retrieved when needed. The motorized lens with auto focus of the NCR35 provided benefits to the project as well by drastically facilitating the time-consuming installation. Technicians were able to get the job done fast with easy by taking advantage of remote configuration with simple mouse clicks. The simplified set up cut the installation process short and saved lots of labor costs as result.

Bosch FlexiDome IP And AutoDome Junior HD Cameras Offer Visual Feedback For Martial Art Center
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