Hanwha Techwin launches 4-megapixel QHD analog camera

Hanwha Techwin launches 4-megapixel QHD analog camera
Global security company Hanwha Techwin is launching 4-megapixel QHD analog camera HCB-7000, HCD-7070R/7020R/7010R, HCV-7070R, and HCO-7070R/7020R/7010R.

The new Wisenet HD+ series offers clearer and more vivid images than analog cameras, supporting video surveillance at greater detail, and transmits QHD videos at a fast speed of 30 fps.

The WDR backlight compensation feature, which is Hanwha Techwin's outstanding image processing technology, enables clear object identification, even in badly lit environments. Providing night viewing distances of 30 m (HCV/HCO-7070R, 25 m (HCD/HCO-7020R), and 20 m (HCD-7070R/7010R, HCO-7010R), its excellent low-light performance and nighttime IR function enable 24-hour surveillance day and night without blind spots.

Moreover, it allows stable transmission of QHD videos at up to 500 m without delay via coaxial cables.

Hanwha Techwin stated that the new series enables QHD high-resolution video monitoring at 30 fps, even in analog systems. This will set a new standard in analog HD video surveillance. 

 


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