Wednesday, October 12, 2011

New Honeywell Dome Cameras Feature Latest Seawolf Chip from Pixim

One of the leading providers of imaging chips for enterprise security cameras, Pixim Incorporated, has just announced that New Jersey-based Honeywell has recently released a new dome camera series, the HD4US and HD4USX. These new dome cameras integrate Seawolf, the latest and greatest chip technology to come out of Pixim Incorporated.

In addition to that, these cameras are also designed for optimized image quality in locations where low light, high contrast or varying light conditions occur regularly. The weather-proof housing is also engineered for both indoor and outdoor installations and the new vandalproof domes are also available immediately via a plethora of distribution partners including ADI, one of the largest camera distribution companies in the world, supporting more than 80,000 security installers.

Honeywell's new HD4US camera family, based on Pixim's Seawolf chip technology, has an adequate resolution of 690 HTVL as well as the industry standard wide dynamic range. But that's not all, in addition to that the new dome cameras also only require 0.1 lux of illumination in order to produce a usable, color image at a full 30 frames per second.

If you are currently in the market for a weather-proof, vandal-proof, indoor and outdoor dome camera series, you might want to check out the new HD4US and HD4USX domes camera series from Honeywell, both of which feature integrated Seawolf chip technology from Pixim Incorporated.

Source: Digital Journal - Honeywell Launches Security Cameras Powered by Pixim's Seawolf Chip is news of, for and by SMBs! The Small & Medium Business Magazine!

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