Toshiba Surveillance & IP Video Products has embraced new 960H analog technology alongside its IP network-focused product portfolio by introducing today its first 960H dome cameras.
Providing a thirty percent increase in resolution over comparatively priced D1 analog cameras, the new IKS-D207 (indoor) and IKS-R307 (outdoor) cameras incorporate a 960 x 640 CCD sensor to achieve a wide-screen picture that does not require stretching to fit HDTVs or monitors. Both provide insurance against risks such as property damage, vandalism, theft and burglary.
Incorporating similar dome designs and feature sets, both cameras deliver superior 700TVL (TV lines) for amazingly sharp, color accurate video plus 24 IR LEDs to accommodate night time conditions down to 0.05 lux. The domes also offer 4x zoom, 78° tilt and full 360° rotation to accurate track objects of interest. The more rugged of the pair, the outdoor IKS-R307, is IK10 vandal resistant and features a built-in heater that keeps the camera secure down to -49° F.
Ideal companions to the EAV16-480 embedded analog 960H DVR Toshiba introduced six months ago, the new IKS-D207 and IKS-R307 use the same BNC video cabling as standard analog cameras so upgrading an existing system is fast and affordable.