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14/03/2017

Dallmeier expands single sensor camera portfolio

Regensburg, Germany

With the introduction of the newly developed DF5400HD-DN/IR model IR camera Dallmeier expands its offering in the area of application-specific single sensor cameras.

For every security concept Dallmeier aims to offer the right camera technology: The DF5400HD-DN/IR has been designed especially for applications requiring images with highest resolution in real-time at day and in the IR mode at night. Built into an IP66-rated weather-proof enclosure, the camera is designed for both indoor and for outdoor applications. The camera is operated with Power over Ethernet (PoE Class 0, IEEE 802.3af) which allows for an easy, quick and cost-effective cabling and commissioning.

The new DF5400HD-DN/IR is the latest addition to the Dallmeier range of video solutions for professional security systems, where easy and cost-efficient installation, image quality and reliability are key.

In addition the new DF5400HDV-DN Dallmeier offers a camera series that has been designed specifically for applications requiring very high resolution images in real time. The camera is available with an integrated lens in a vandal-resistant dome housing. It can be conventionally supplied with an external power supply unit or conveniently with Power over Ethernet (PoE Class 0, IEEE 802.3af).


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