Mitsubishi Electric: A Secure Combination!

Product Profile

Mitsubishi Electric, a world leader in the design and manufacture of advanced security solutions, offer a versatile range of digital retail security recording systems. Using the latest technology to combat rising crime in multi-site locations throughout the UK, Mitsubishi Electric's retail security recording systems are particularly effective where high quality images, instant data capture and accurate time/date displays are required. Mitsubishi's current range of IP cameras have been designed as professional network cameras that feature full frame rate and quality settings up to D1.

All IP cameras have a recording rate of 25 pictures per second and are compatible with MPEG-4. Available are indoor and outdoor vandal proof dome cameras that can notify an incident via email or FTP as well as internal network cameras that feature high resolution imaging quality, video motion detection and alarm input and output.


The NM-C110 is Mitsubishi's standard box camera offering, that allows for real time, on-screen monitoring via the Internet, regardless of distance or location and without the need for additional equipment. The camera features 30 frames per second at VGA resolution for high quality images, video motion detection and a two way full duplex PCM audio. The NM-C110 can also be accessed by multiple users using dedicated software.


Mitsubishi's PTZ speed dome, the NM-C150SD, comes with 18 x optical zoom (12 x digital zoom) and features a true night shot function ensuring that superior image quality is captured at any time of the day, operating with a minimum illumination of 0.02 lux (without IR cut filter). Network ready, this camera pans 360º and has a 90º tilt capability therefore with it's built in motion detection any suspicious activity can be captured. The NM-C150SD supports up to D1 recording resolution (25fps 720 x 576) for crystal-clear images.


The NM-C130FD vandal proof dome delivers high resolution image quality of up to 540 TV lines, and supports D1 resolution at 25fps. Housed in a tough aluminum die-cast case, this network camera is ideal for use in either indoor or outdoor installations. The NM-C130FD also features noise reduction to ensure premium quality image recording, motion detection, pre and post alarm recording onto a PC and an event notification via email function making this an ideal solution for any surveillance requirement.


If analog cameras are currently installed, Mitsubishi's NM-VS100 4 channel video server, provides the perfect solution to connect existing analog cameras into a network. Images can be monitored in real-time and are supported up to D1 resolution.

Mitsubishi's range of network camera's complement our MPEG-4 and JPEG2000 digital video recorders, furthermore large format LCD display solutions are available enabling Mitsubishi Electric to be able to offer complete security solutions, from recording to storage and display, suitable for a host of applications including domestic, retail, banking, corporate and the public sector.

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Technical Specification

Make Mitsubishi
Manufacturer Mitsubishi Electric
Model code NM-C150SD
Chip Inch Size 1/4
Color Type Color / Monochrome
Resolution TVL 470
Sensitivity lux 0.02
Dome Type Continuous Rotation
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12 VDC
Power Consumption: 12 W
Focal length 4.1 ~ 73.8
Rotation Angleso 360
Presets 80
Compression MPEG-4 SP, ASP
Built-in IR LED Yes
Video Output 1.0Vp-p 75ohms, composite
Zoom Ratio x18 optical, x12 digital
Network Properties Interface: 10 Base-T/100 Base-T (RJ-45)
Image Frame Rate: 25 fps
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 125 x 204
Weight g: 1,200
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 50
Operating Humidity %: 0 ~ 90
System Requirments Operating System: Microsoft Windows 2000, XP
Web Browser: Internet Explorer 6.0
Hardware and System related properties: Intel Pentium IV 2.0GHz. 512 MB
Additional info

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