Premiere Electronics offers rugged camera electro optical sensor for surveillance applications

HODDESDON, England, 9 March 2009. Premiere Electronics Ltd. in Hoddesdon, England, is introducing an armored dome rugged camera for surveillance and homeland security applications. The electro optical sensor uses the 53S85HN-IRVF 1/3" CCD high-resolution color board camera to provide 540TV lines of video, RS232 interface, and on-screen control.

Mar 9th, 2009

HODDESDON, England, 9 March 2009. Premiere Electronics Ltd. in Hoddesdon, England, is introducing an armored dome rugged camera for surveillance and homeland security applications. The electro optical sensor uses the 53S85HN-IRVF 1/3" CCD high-resolution color board camera to provide 540TV lines of video, RS232 interface, and on-screen control.

These electro optical sensors also offer standard composite video or digital ITU-601 outputs thus providing a powerful solution for video applications.

The unit uses an inter-laced 1/3-inch sensor that provides sensitivity down to 0.0125lux F1.2 B/W and 0.0014Lux sensitivity x32 B/W. A built in RS485 interface allows remote control and set-up of the camera assisted by on-screen display.

Synchronization is internal or line locked allowing a master camera control. The vari-focal lens 3.6~9.0 millimeters gives flexibility in defining in areas of interest.

The camera provides automatic IR cut filter removal at low light levels and has manual or external control. Built in microphone and audio output makes it suitable for application in street video monitoring enabling it to be used as a street safety point.

The many functions can be controlled remotely by the on-screen-display and include H & V mirror, BLC, digital zoom, enhance, flickerless, IR cut filter, Gamma correction, gain control, and SDNR.

For more information contact Premiere Electronics online at www.premierelect.co.uk.

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