Hanwha Techwin launches 2-megapixel head camera & lens modules

Hanwha Techwin launches 2-megapixel head camera & lens modules
Global security company Hanwha Techwin is launching 2-megapixel network remote head camera & lens modules XNB-6001.

The new XNB-6001 is a camera that consists of a separate body and lens module, allowing the lens to be installed up to 8 meters away from the body. It transmits 2-megapixel resolution images at 60 fps and supports backlight compensation up to 120 dB, providing clear and vivid image quality, even in badly lit conditions.

Cameras with a detachable head are optimized for installation in environments where space is limited or camera exposure needs to be minimized. They are often found in bank ATM machines as well as in public transportation such as buses.

The new XNB-6001 supports a wide variety of lenses. As a wide-angle lens, the 2.4-mm fixed-focus lens is best suited for wide-area surveillance. The 4.6 mm pinhole lens minimizes the exposure of installed cameras with its tiny size.

In particular, BI (Business Intelligence) features help improve the operational efficiency of shops by providing various smart functions such as Waiting Line Management for checking the activity of specific areas, People Counting for tracking the numbers of people, and Heat Map for displaying the frequency of movement using colors.

H.265 and Hanwha WiseStream II image compression technology also helps reduce network system costs with small-size, high-compression videos.

Hanwha Techwin stated that the launch of this camera with its detachable head and BI features will enable smart store operations in various environments. 


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