AFFING – 30 November 2017 – The new IPCA camera series is the update to the ABUS TVIP92 cameras, providing outstanding night vision thanks to its new image sensor. Its True WDR function also ensures superior backlight compensation. Together with the proven high-quality ABUS camera design, incredibly simple project planning and the promise of German service quality, this series represents an all-round package that meets even the highest requirements.
IPCA stands for Internet Protocol Camera Advanced. The "A" stands for "Advanced" and designates this as the camera segment for exacting demands in project business.
All-round talent for indoor and outdoor use
The IPCA series is equipped for challenging applications, with high-quality components for difficult lighting conditions; the new Sony Starvis Exmor R image sensor and integrated IR LEDs enable a pin-sharp image, even in absolute darkness. This makes the IPCA series ideal for day & night monitoring of outdoor areas, such as car parks. Even in poor lighting conditions in indoor areas, for example in darkened corners or corridors, it impresses with a high-contrast camera image. With its superior True WDR function, provided by Sony Xarina DSP, the IP cameras in the series provide optimum monitoring, even in backlit situations such as the entrance areas of hotels or retail outlets.
Advantage: Simple project planning and installation
All camera models in the series are also available as outdoor cameras. Their IP67 protection class thus qualifies them for use in all weather conditions and temperatures. This means video installation companies do not have to spend a long time planning which cameras can be used in the project – the IPCA series is suitable for all-round use. Integrated mounts and covered cabling are part of the functional ABUS design, which is a distinctive feature of the entire IP camera series.
Promise of German service quality
Alongside quality products, ABUS stands for extraordinary service: project planning support and on-site technical support, assistance from the service hotline and high delivery capacity are among the tangible benefits of working with ABUS. The advisers on the service hotline do not work at an external service provider, but rather are professionally trained ABUS staff. Partners are also entitled to exclusive access to training sessions and events in the company’s own in-house Academy.
Three ABUS product lines for guidance in project planning
With its three camera product lines, "Basic", "Advanced" and "Special", ABUS offers three clearly differentiated segments in the area of video surveillance, in line with customers’ requirements and their intended purpose. Alongside the "Basic Line" for basic video project equipment and the "Special Line", the camera segment for special requirements, the "Advanced Line" covers all-round solutions for exacting requirements.
You will find more information on ABUS IP video surveillance here.