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Dahua HDCVI camera named finalist of GIT Security Award 2015

Dahua HDCVI camera named finalist of GIT Security Award 2015

Dahua Technology, the China-based supplier of video surveillance products, has its water-proof HDCVI IR-bullet camera recently named finalist for GIT SECURITY AWARD 2015.

GIT Award for security technology is an annual contest conducted by GIT publishing house in Germany. It is the tenth time to present the GIT SECURITY AWARD 2015. Its jury did a pre-selection and has nominated about 10 products in each category for final voting. Dahua HDCVI camera– DH-HAC-HFW2200E– is classified under “C – CCTV, Video Security”.

The nominated camera adopts Dahua HDCVI technology, allowing fast and seamless upgrade from analog standard definition to high definition without technical hassles at lower cost, featuring analog HD video transmission over-coaxial-cable or UTP.

Equipped with 1/3-inch 3-Megapixel CMOS, DH-HAC-HFW2200E supports real-time recording at the various speeds of 1080p@25/30fps, and 720p@25/30/50/60fps. Meanwhile, the camera supports IR LEDs at an effective range of 20 meters in poor-lighting condition. The Smart IR technology offers intellectual IR lighting adjustment to meet different surroundings.

Besides, the camera's elegant design satisfies surveillance purposes around exquisite décor, and its dark glass makes the camera quite converted as its internal LEDs are invisible during daytime.

Dahua has worked together with HDcctv Alliance on HDcctv 2.0 AT, delivering true HDTV signals over any legacy CCTV coaxial cabling, along with plug ‘n' play up-the-coax remote control. HDcctv 2.0 AT, in particular, provides the means to upgrade any analogue system to the capacity of HD video with remote control without disturbing the legacy infrastructure.

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