HD bullet camera

by msecadm4921

IndigoVision has launched the BX600 HD bullet camera. It’s an outdoor camera with in-built IR illumination. The makers say it provides a high-resolution, open-standards offering, for areas of minimal night-time ambient light. 


IP66 rated and ONVIF-conformant, the HD bullet can be installed outside without the need to be placed within an extra weather-proof housing, and can tolerate conditions from minus 30 degrees C to 50 degrees C (minus 22 degrees F to 122 degrees F). The camera requires no additional lighting source, as it has built-in IR illumination delivering maximum image quality in low light.


The bullet camera enables customers to implement 1080p HD video while benefiting from IndigoVision’s complete solution.  Users can view live and recorded video from the camera within Control Center, the user interface to IndigoVision’s Security Management Solution, SMS4™. The cameras can be located anywhere on the network and streamed to numerous clients without the need for a central server. This distributed architecture enables the solution to be easily expanded and eliminates any single point of failure.


Alex Swanson, Head of Engineering, said: “The new IndigoVision HD Bullet provides us with a trusted open-standards HD camera suitable for outdoor and low-light use. Designed to work seamlessly with IndigoVision’s SMS4, the new addition complements the existing camera range providing customers with more choice and flexibility.”


The camera iadds IndigoVision’s 1080p BX camera range, which includes BX400 HD Minidomes and Microdomes.  

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