Hanwha Techwin launches 2MP, 4MP Flateye IR cameras

Source: Hanwha Techwin | Date: 2018/7/4

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Hanwha Techwin launches 2MP, 4MP Flateye IR cameras
Global security company Hanwha Techwin will release 2 types of 2-megapixel and 4-megapixel (QNE-6080RV, QNE-7080RV) Flateye IR cameras.

The newly released Flateye camera uses a Flat lens that doesn't need a dome cap. The best feature of this new camera is that it reduces IR diffused reflection, which scatters light, and solves the moisture problem caused by temperature differences. As there is no dome cap, it eliminates the problem of the view being obscured by external contamination or scratching. Faster installation is also possible since there is no need to remove and mount a dome cap.

The new product is equipped with a 3.1x (3.2 – 10mm) motorized variable focus lens, which allows wide-angle monitoring. Its IR function ensures object recognition up to 30m at night. It ensures clear video in adverse air conditions such as mist and smog by implementing defocus detection, lens distortion correction (LDC), and WDR 120dB for clear and detailed video monitoring and fog correction. In addition, the Hallway view function allows the monitoring of narrow and long spaces like hallways, tunnels, and passages to be efficiently done without any screen trimming.

WiseStream, a proprietary technology of Hanwha Techwin, can be applied to reduce bandwidth and enhance video storage efficiency, saving network system building costs.

A Hanwha Techwin official stated that "The new high resolution flat dome camera will solve existing problems such as the scattering phenomenon, moisture generation, and lens contamination. This results in clean and clear video monitoring and maximized customer satisfaction."

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