Lilin IPC0122 Covert Camera Installs Easily and Discreetly
Lilin North America says that electronics professionals can easily setup and hide its new IPC0122 Covert Camera for applications like residential, retail and ATMs.
Lilin North America's IPC0122 covert camera provides integrators with a covert video surveillance camera that captures high-definition video in those scenarios where you want to keep a camera hidden or discreet.
The camera can be accessed by users by using a monitor or remotely by using an IP network.
The IPC0122 can be located as much as 18 feet away from its main unit, and through its design, it resides as a low-profile solution that blends into its environment.
Lilin IPC0122 Camera Specs
Lilin points out the camera incorporates multiple inputs and outputs, ONVIF compliance, and Power over Ethernet (PoE) to eliminate the need for a power supply.
To avoid detection, Lilin says the camera's pinhole lens measures just 3.7mm (0.15 inches) in diameter to allow it to install in locations such as ATMs or behind walls.
Built-in intelligence enables the IPC0122 to transmit an alarm if it is tampered with, and Lilin notes the camera also detects motion.
Lilin also points out the IPC0122 covert camera employs a 2-megapixel CMOS sensor that allows it to capture resolutions as high as 1920x1080 at 30fps.
The company adds that its 3D noise reduction removes image noise that may be the result of poor lighting conditions. The IPC0122 utilizes the H.264 codec to minimize bandwidth and storage concerns.
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