The Shield IQ Series IP-PTZ hi-speed surveillance camera undergoes IP66 waterproof tests, coldproof tests at -40 degrees Celsius, and heatproof tests at 70 degrees Celsius before it leaves the factory, and can stand a 6000V instant lighting standard.
Shield IQ Series IP-PTZ hi-speed surveillance cameras can all be connected with high voltage PoE power modules. Users no longer need to worry about problems of camera power and wiring and can directly use a network cable to connect the camera and PoE distributor.
In addition to the basic recording function, Shield IQ Series IP-PTZ hi-speed surveillance cameras can be paired with sound connection port, built-in SD card slot, alarm trigger port, video output port, and warm boot. Easy to use, unlimited possibilities. (Note: some cameras are without the pairing feature.)
While monitoring remotely, Shield IQ Series IP-PTZ hi-speed surveillance cameras can be configured manually by selecting main stream, sub-stream, or mobile stream according to the network speed where the users are.
Even though H.265 video coding compression technology is evolved from the previous generation H.264, its coding method is completely different. H.264 is to “equally divide” an image into many blocks to be transmitted through network. However, the video display technology is changing each passing day, a method in which a display color change is ignored and a screen is equally divided into blocks can lead to different compression and transmission time for each block and easily cause problems of excessive capacity and fluency. On the other hand, H.265 uses a tree structure coding method to divide the area with less display color change into larger blocks and the area with more display color change into smaller blocks, in order to ensure the transmission time of all blocks is uniform. By doing so, the transmission fluency increases and the smart block stacking method can save more storage space.
Shield IQ Series IP-PTZ hi-speed surveillance cameras can be operated through network over the camera direction and zoom-in and zoom-out of the surveillance screen at a high speed with clean pixel and no haziness. The central surveillance station will no longer need to guess and can actually see a remote image synchronously. Selections of 4~36 zooming scales of auto focus zoom lenses for a distance of 30~150 meters are available depending on different models.
The digital wide dynamic range (DWDR) technology and the built-in video analysis technology allows Shield IQ Series IP-PTZ hi-speed surveillance cameras to automatically adjust the screen contrast and brightness when the light is dim, insufficient or a backlight is present which results in a dark or over bright display. The technology turns an originally dark and unclear, or excessive bright screen into a bright and clear one.
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