Supporting dealers that serve the commercial security market, Honeywell has introduced its new 60 Series 5MP IP Cameras.
Honeywell states that its latest IP camera product line is designed for users that need fast notifications and verification of potential threats and responses.
The 60 Series 5MP IP Cameras were developed for use with systems that comply with the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization, Section 889 Act. Honeywell points out Section 889 prohibits the U.S. government from using certain products from certain companies and their subsidiaries.
According to Honeywell, the 60 Series products feature TLS1.2 (HTTPS) encrypted streaming; the products adhere to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS), and they include built-in NIST FIPS encryption chipsets.
Honeywell stresses that its latest IP cameras produce high-quality images day or night, and they provide video analytics that integrate with MAXPRO NVRs/VMS and OpenVA to support third-party applications.
The 60 Series of IP products offer a choice of 5MP indoor and outdoor dome, bullet and outdoor speed dome and a 2MP outdoor speed dome products.
In addition, the company notes the products save up to 50% of storage space with H.265 HEVC Smart codec, and Wi-Fi setup capabilities to support setups via mobile devices.