GeoVision Launches 1.3 Megapixel Hybrid LPR Cameras

GeoVision Launches 1.3 Megapixel Hybrid LPR Cameras

GeoVision launches a 1.3-megapixel (1.3MP) hybrid license plate recognition (LPR) camera, with 10 meters (32.8 ft) IR LED range, for those who are looking for an IP camera dedicated only to capture high definition vehicle license plate images with broaden field of view. In some cases it could take as many as two-lane, and still with recognizable images good for recognition engine.

1.3MP networkable in LPR camera
GeoVision has been putting a lot of efforts in the research and development of LPR management systems and cameras, and hybrid LPR camera (GV-Hybrid LPR camera) has been the innovated product that has recently been released for this professional market. As the name suggests, the camera outputs both in analog and digital, with the digital it gives 1.3MP high definition license plate images for recognition.

Intelligent IR
GV-Hybrid LPR camera is one of the few IP cameras in market that is designed solely for the purpose of capturing vehicle license plate images. In that it means from the default settings to the auto-adjusts, the camera is aimed to produce high contrast images, avoiding chances of overexposure or hot spot effects, even under challenging day/night lighting, and harsh temperature.

Outdoor with heater and fan
The camera (IP66-standard) is also good for outdoor installation, and with the built-in heater and fan, it ensures reliable performance at all times. It is rather easy to setup as configurations to camera can be done through a user-friendly web-based interface. For those who are looking for an IP camera dedicated for a LPR system, GV-Hybrid LPR camera is worth to try.

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