Published on November 5th, 2009 | by Alexis Argent0
Grandstream Networks Introduces Two New High Definition/Low Light SIP Video Surveillance Cameras
Grandstream Networks announced yesterday the release of two new CMOS IP surveillance cameras.
The GXV3601_HD (720P high definition) and GXV3601_LL (low light) add to the functionality and versatility of Grandstream’s IP video surveillance portfolio and are said to provide exceptional visual clarity with high definition and under low light conditions.
Retail stores, airports, school campuses, passport control stations, casinos, streets, highways and banks can benefit from the camera’s ability to deliver true color representation and clear images even if the object is moving quickly.
The GXV3601_HD delivers high quality video streaming with a resolution of 1600 x 900 at 20 frames per second and 1280×720 at 25+ frames per second resulting in razor sharp image clarity critical to real-time surveillance and archived video used for investigative purposes.
The GXV3601_LL is designed to capture and stream high quality real time video under low light conditions (as low as 0.05Lux) and at up to 30 frames per second with full D1(720×480) or VGA (640×480) resolution.
Both GXV3601_HD and GXV3601_LL support H.264 (a more efficient advanced compression technology than MPEG4 or Motion JPEG), integrated PoE and microphone, comprehensive peripheral interfaces, embedded video analytics.