Hanwha to announce new multi-directional cameras at GSX
Source: Hanwha Techwin
At GSX 2019, Hanwha Techwin
America will announce its latest multi-sensor cameras. The new cameras feature motorized varifocal lenses for precise control of focal length, angle of view and zoom for each direction. Each sensor supports remote PTRZ (pan, tilt, rotate, zoom) control for efficient installation and easy adjustment. The 2MP PNM-9084RVQZ and 5MP PNM-9085RVQZ feature built-in IR illumination for each sensor while the PNM-9084VQZ
is a compact and cost efficient four channel PTRZ camera.
Focused on cost savings for both installers and end users, multi-sensor cameras use less cable, conduit and mounting hardware and require fewer ports on the switch and VMS licenses due to their single IP connection. Unlike fisheye lenses, multi-sensor cameras have more pixels focused in each direction with a broad range of customizable angles and zoom settings per lens. All sensors feature up to 60fps per channel for smooth motion capture and up to 150dB WDR (wide dynamic range) for enhanced image quality and a suite of license-free onboard analytics powered by Hanwha’s Wisenet 5 chipset.
“Our multi-sensor cameras offer savings beyond just reduction in camera placements and network,” said Ray Cooke, Vice President of Solution & Product Management, Hanwha Techwin America. “The PTRZ varifocal lenses make installation adjustment more efficient than ever – and all the more so for adjusting the view after installation. Plus with WiseStream II compression technology and H.265 you can see reduced bandwidth and storage”
- PNM-9084QZ: 2MP x 4ch, 3~6mm motorized-varifocal lenses, PTRZ
- PNM-9084RQZ: 2MP x 4ch, IR, 3.2~10mm motorized-varifocal lenses, PTRZ
- PNM-9085RQZ: 5MP x 4ch, IR, 3.6~9.4mm motorized-varifocal lenses, PTRZ