Pelco is bringing its security products to GV Expo, including Sarix IP Megapixel cameras, analog/IP cameras, the Digital Sentry DVR, and full HD monitors. The Sarix and analog/IP families of cameras are available in a range of resolutions, providing surveillance video performance both indoors and outdoors.
Pelco Spectra IV Sarix technology delivers high-definition resolution, advanced low-light capabilities, consistent color science, and fast processing power. The H.264 compression video files as small as 1/20th the size of uncompressed video.
“I see a continuing migration to IP and HD, and Pelco is well positioned to provide these end-to-end solutions to the market,” said Jeff Blackmer, Pelco’s government industry director. “Of course, the upcoming year will be a challenge, but we think that with new products and technology we will see continuing growth.”
The Sarix IM Series is the latest offering in the Sarix line, packing the most popular features and functionality of Sarix technology into a discreet indoor dome enclosure.
“The IM series is a cost-effective product with excellent image quality,” said Sara Scroggins, Pelco product marketing manager. “Not only will users love the image quality but they also benefit from the easy-to-install and easy-to-use camera features, such as Auto Focus on the 1.3 model, a Service Jack for local viewing, and Power over Ethernet.”
Available in 1.3-megapixel or standard-definition models, the IM Series delivers H.264 compression, consistent color science and more.
The Spectra IV, Pelco’s best-selling PTZ camera is an analog cameras that can upgrade to IP with a module, or deliver a dual analog/IP stream, providing flexibility in a hybrid network—perfect for facilities on an upgrade to IP.
Spectra Mini IP is the industry’s smallest IP dome positioning system, offering advanced network functionality, the robust features of a Spectra IV IP, an open software architecture for seamless integration into any application, in a compact, cost effective package.
Pelco will be at Government Video Expo Dec. 2-3 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, at Booth No. 452
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