A tough new PTZ from eneo with rugged good-looks.

18 April 2016

Eneo’s next generation, rugged PTZ dome camera, the IPP-82A0030MIA, comes with a 1 /2.8” 2MP (1920 x 1080p) progressive scan Sony STARVIS CMOS, day-night sensor; triple video streams (2x H.264 and 1x MJPEG) at up to 60FPS; 30x optical, 4.3~129.0mm auto-focus zoom (AFZ) lens; and 16x digital zoom. The lens produces optimal image quality, day and night, with Smart IR extending night-time viewing distances up to a massive 300m.

The rugged PTZ’s outdoor housing is made from tough aluminium. It has an IP66 moisture ingress-rating and an impressive, outdoor operating temperature range of -30°C to 65°C.

“The rugged dome includes some very practical installation features for installers,” explained Martin Morris, eneo Business Development Manager UK & Ireland. “It offers Ultra PoE, or 12vDC power options, with a PoE mid-span included for installations with longer cable runs. Power consumption, with IR illumination switched on, is only 28W. A microSDHC card slot is included for up to 32GB of on-board recording. The dome is also multi-cast compliant, with real time WDR at 120dB and 2D and 3D digital noise reduction (DNR).

“The rugged dome has four alarm in and one alarm relay output, with alarm management actions including FTP, E-Mail, HTTP, boost and SD-card recording. It is ONVIF compliant, with ONVIF mapping, so events are defined and encoded as ONVIF alarms to ensure maximum integration with VMS or NVR systems. Analytics functionality includes motion, tamper, video-loss, line, field and face detection, with a ‘Defog’ setting, along with eight privacy zones and two-way audio. Its Digital Image Stabilization (DIS) feature also prevents any detrimental effect on video image quality caused by movement and vibration, such as from wind.”