The Universal IR Dome is a reliable and versatile camera suitable for both indoor and outdoor areas. Thanks to its vario lens, which has a focal length of between 2.8 and 12 mm, the Dome can provide a wide variety of professional and effective monitoring options. With its vandal-proof IP66 housing and IK10 shock resistance level, it can withstand even the most adverse environmental factors and sabotage attempts.
Reliable HD outdoor surveillance 24/7
The Universal IR Dome provides 720p-resolution video streams at up to 25 fps. Its housing, which is weatherproof in accordance with protection class IP66 and, at IK10, boasts the maximum shock resistance level, provides optimum protection against mechanical interference and vandalism. Thanks to the integrated IR LEDs, the camera captures excellent recordings both during day and night, with motion detection and DWDR backlight compensation functions also integrated.
An optimal overview, with an adjustable angle of view
The vario lens on the Universal Dome can be adjusted to the angle of view that the user requires. Its focal length of between 2.8 and 12 mm covers a range of between 30° and 98°.
Recording and video management
Recording takes place on a recorder or using video management software on the PC. Another option is local recording on a microSD card, through which built-in retrieval of video data is possible via an internet browser. For this reason, the camera is an ideal back-up solution for local recording.
Easy set-up – innovative user management
The practical installation wizard ensures quick and easy set-up. Innovative user management also facilitates user authorisation configuration that is tailored to your individual security needs.
Note: the camera does not have a power supply unit because it can be supplied with power via PoE.
The effective IR range will depend on the installation location. If there are surfaces that absorb light or no objects that reflect IR light in the field of view, the IR range will be reduced and/or the video image will be too dark. Reflective objects in the immediate vicinity of the camera (e.g. roof gutter or wall) may also result in the reflection of IR light, which can disturb the image.