The camera delivers intelligent perimeter protection 24/7 in challenging environments and is an ideal, high-performance, high-value solution for a wide range of applications at airports, railways and others.
Product Adopted:Surveillance Cameras
, a global leader in delivering high performance professional security solutions with tremendous value, offers an intelligent Radar PTZ Camera that combines advanced radar detection and a 4 MP high resolution network speed dome with long-range zoom capabilities. The Hikvision iDS-2SR8141IXS-AB Radar PTZ Camera operates effectively 24/7 in virtually any weather or lighting condition with the ability to detect intrusion and line-crossing events. It is the ideal, high-performance, high-value solution for a wide range of applications at airports, railways, museums, oil and gas fields, warehouses and manufacturing facilities, and other locations that demand high performance perimeter protection.
“There is a growing demand for increased surveillance visibility in remote and widespread areas in all types of challenging conditions, weather and lighting,” said John Xiao, VP of Marketing at Hikvision USA. “Hikvision has engineered an intelligent Radar PTZ Camera to accommodate such demanding perimeter surveillance applications with the perfect combination of high-performance and high value.”
Hikvision’s Radar PTZ Camera features millimeter wave radar that enables precise accuracy, pinpointing the distance, velocity, and angle of a specific location in all weather conditions including restricted air quality such as smog and dust. The device supports multi-target positioning, pattern tracking, and linked camera tracking in multiple directions. It also has the ability to filter out false alarms using various event detections that employ intelligent algorithm analysis.
The integrated Radar PTZ Camera can visually identify targets up to 328 feet away using 40x optical and 16x digital zoom with smart IR technology that features a range of up to 660 feet. The camera also supports people density detection in the panoramic channel.