VideoIQ Introduces Low-Temperature Cameras

Operating temperatures range to minus 30 degrees Celsius without the need for supplemental heating.
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VideoIQ, a producer of video surveillance systems, has added low temperature models of its iCVR-HD high-definition cameras and iCVRD1 dome cameras to their product line.

The low temperature models extend the camera’s operating ranges to minus 30 degrees Celsius, without the need for supplemental heating, allowing those cameras to function in extreme conditions, VideoIQ says.

VideoIQ’s all-in-one iCVR video surveillance solutions deliver up to full 1080p/30 high-definition video, zero bandwidth recording and zero calibration adaptive analytics. VideoIQ's iCVR dome cameras store video in up to 500 gigabytes of onboard storage for months worth of recording while reducing network traffic and bandwidth consumption by over 90 percent, the company says.

In addition, VideoIQ’s adaptive analytics never need calibrating, eliminating the need to manually tune or adjust the analytics over the life of the device, thereby reducing installation and maintenance costs, the company says.

“By offering dome camera models with extended low temperature capability, we've made it easier for users to benefit from full high-definition images, category leading adaptive analytics, and distributed storage, even in the most extreme conditions,” said Ed Bednarcik, VideoIQ’s president and CEO.