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21/03/2017

New robust anti-ligature corner dome from Vivotek

Taipei, Taiwan

Vivotek is introducing two anti-ligature corner dome network cameras with the fixed lens CD8371-HNVF2 and vari-focal lens CD8371-HNTV. They will showcase these 2 latest models with the company's full range of solutions at the ISC West show 2017 from the 5th-7th April in Las Vegas, USA.

Fully aware of the growing need for indoor surveillance of critical environments, Vivotek has developed the CD8371-HNVF2 and CD8371-HNTV to meet the challenges of this demanding field.

With anti-ligature edges, the camera can provide a prevention against self-harm and even suicide. Designed to be installed in the upper corner of a cell, the corner dome cameras also allow security officers to see any event in the cells, with a wide angle horizontal FOV up to 108° and a vertical FOV up to 79°.

Moreover, each device is armed with a robust vandal-proof IK10+ rated and weather-proof IP66 rated housing, enabling the camera’s body to withstand water and protect against vandalism or tampering. The cameras are also equipped with shock detection and advanced tampering detection in case of malicious attack. Thanks to two-way audio and a built-in microphone, sound can also be clearly monitored and recorded at up to 5 metres.

Offered as professional day and night cameras, the CD8371-HNVF2 and CD8371-HNTV feature built-in 940nm IR illuminators effective up to 10 metres and which operate invisibly whilst guaranteeing security in total darkness. These cameras also support WDR Pro, which captures both dark and bright areas of an image and combines the differences to create a highly realistic representation of the original scene. Furthermore, they also deploy SNV (supreme night visibility) technology to ensure high quality images even under low-light conditions. This effective visibility further enables the cameras to deliver high-level security around the clock to areas of critical importance.


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