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06/03/2015

New Siemens IP bullet cameras

Zug, Switzerland

Siemens new IP bullet camera

Siemens new IP bullet camera

Siemens has launched a new model series of innovative IP bullet cameras. Two model versions are available: CCPW3025-IR (3MP version) and CCPW5025-IR (5MP version). Featuring an attractive housing, the cameras offer high image resolution and quality and deliver sharp images in any lighting condition.

These robust cameras have been designed to be suitable for a wide range of applications. Both the camera and the motorised 3-9 mm lens are inside a permanently sealed IP66 weather-proof housing. This ensures maximum performance and reliability even under extreme environmental conditions.

Additional features include H.264 and MJPEG dual encoding and context-adaptive binary arithmetic coding (CABAC), for superior video encoding. Compatibility with ONVIF Profile S enables seamless integration with third-party systems. The 3MP model has a resolution of 2048x536 pixel at 15 fps and 1920x1080 pixel at 25 fps, the 5MP model 2592x1944 pixel at 12 fps and 1920x1080 pixel at 25 fps. Both versions have a bidirectional audio input and output. For local alarm recording, the on-board storage capacity can be expanded up to 64 GB using a micro SDHC/SDXC card.

Sold by the Security Product business segment of Siemens, these IP bullet cameras offer state-of-the-art built-in backlight compensation (BLC) and a wide dynamic range (WDR) for outstanding image quality.

The varifocus day/night IR technology has been engineered to produce excellent colour image quality in daytime mode while the mechanically controlled IR-cut filter delivers sharp, IR-sensitive black-and white images at night. In addition, an auto back focus (ABF) function automatically adjusts the camera’s CMOS position when switching between colour and black-and-white, thus ensuring optimal image quality at any time.

The cameras are easy to mount indoors and outdoors, requiring only a three-position bracket and a power supply and network connection. The Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) option can be used to supply power via the IT network infrastructure.


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