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Qognify announces deeper integration with Bosch s suite of network cameras

Integration PSIM pioneer Qognify has expanded the integration of its Situator and VisionHub platforms with Bosch s network security cameras. Operators can control and manage Bosch cameras centrally through Situator, including PTZ and PTZ-like control for moving and fixed cameras, automatic triggering of processes when predefined incidents occur based on pre-defined alarm rules. These rules are based on video analytics built into the camera, playback via local camera storage and camera tampering detection.

The integration of Bosch s FLEXIDOME IP panoramic 7000 camera with Qognify VisionHub gives customers access to dewarping technology that eliminates fish eye lens distortion, provides 360 of view without blind spots, and an undistorted overview image. Customers can digitally pan, tilt and zoom to focus on details without sacrificing the bigger picture, says Qognify. A single device can accommodate wide coverage and achieve a normal view from an otherwise distorted or reversed image. Bosch intelligent dynamic noise reduction, meanwhile, optimises storage capacity and eases network load. Distinguishing between noise and relevant information, it only uses bandwidth when required and slashes the camera s bitrate by up to 50% and therefore the total cost of ownership. VisionHub also helps security departments avoid network overload during working hours thanks to the automated, scheduled transfer from camera on-board storage to the centre. It also restores missing video from the camera s on-board storage. Qognify s VisionHub integrates with the video analytics platform built-in to Bosch cameras. The integration also supports the central operation, on the recorder, of Qognify s video analytics suite.

Qognify says the combination of edge-based analytics (courtesy of Bosch) and server-based analytics (from Qognify) gives designers of CCTV solutions maximum flexibility. When mission-critical solutions are involved, it is essential that stringent quality checks are taken. Qognify s solutions were tested to excel in multiple integrations, said Rudolf Spielberger, head of the integration partner program at Bosch Security Systems. Our strategic cooperation with Qognify is substantially enhancing the levels of security and delivering clear and quantifiable business advantages to our customers. Eran Noam, VP of global strategic partnerships of Qognify, said: We are committed to advancing integration with leading technology partners and are proud of our integration with Bosch to yield a complete, tested and field-proven solution. It s important that organizations have confidence in integrations so they can leverage the broad range of excellent, integrated products in today s security marketplace. Free download: The video surveillance report 2017 Sponsored by IDIS The Video Surveillance Report 2017 covers all things video surveillance based on a poll of hundreds of security professionals.

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Video: Genetec, Pelco, CSL, AxxonSoft and Promise take the 30 second challenge

30 Second Challenge As is becoming an IFSEC Global tradition, we challenged security technology vendors at IFSEC 2017 to pitch their products to the camera in just 30 seconds. In the videos below Genetec, Pelco, CSL Dualcom, Axxonsoft and Promise Technology each deliver a short, sharp summary of their latest product innovations. Genetec embedded content Pelco by Schneider Electric embedded content CSL DualCom embedded content AxxonSoft embedded content Promise Technology embedded content Leave a Reply Be the First to Comment!

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Magnetically-driven PTZ cameras and bespoke camera housing: Redvision rejects one-size-fits-all ethos of CCTV market

Paul Hucker, founder, Redvision Redvision recently unveiled two innovations that it believes distinguishes itself in a market characterised by homogeneity and a misguided emphasis on driving down the price of hardware. Unveiled to a select audience of customers and contacts the Volant is a PTZ camera that Redvision says moves faster, more accurately and more quietly than anything else on the market. Vega, meanwhile, means integrators can offer clients the chance to customise camera housing to meet their aesthetic needs.

IFSEC Global caught up with the company s founder and director, Paul Hucker, and MD, Dermot Grace, to find out how the company is positioning itself in the surveillance market and its plans for IFSEC. The Volant and Vega ranges will be launched officially at IFSEC International 2017 between 20-22 June. You can find Redvision on stand D1150. Get your free badge now. IFSEC Global: Hi, Paul. Hi, Dermot. Where do you sit in what is a crowded CCTV market? And what are your USPs? Dermot Grace: Redvision is one of the pioneers of the rugged PTZ Pan, Tilt, Zoom marketplace.

There are probably three or four major manufacturers worldwide and we would probably command a substantial market, certainly within the UK market. Our routes to market have historically largely been through our distribution partners, which we re looking to develop further within Continental Europe. IG: The next obvious question is about your new product launches Paul Hucker: We re at IFSEC to launch two new product ranges: Vega and Volant. Volant is the fastest, most Dermot Grace, MD, Redvision accurate, quietest PTZ on the planet. A PTZ used to move at 60 degrees per second but with the Volant it s now almost instantaneous: about 400 degrees per second. Volant will move to the exact position it needs to go to. If cameras respond quicker you stand a much better chance of getting evidential or dynamic information. Because the cost of installing a camera in a town centre is huge, people don t spend enough money on the cost of the equipment itself. Paul Hucker It also has infinity motors which can remember exactly where they were before.

PTZs have motors and gears and the gears add a degree of inaccuracy and a degree of wear. But the infinity motors are magnetically driven so the motor s resolution is huge compared to a geared system. It will register within 0.01 of a degree every time That means cameras can cover a larger area or a smaller area at distance more effectively. So it s very much for areas where they want the best in what technology can offer right now. With this camera range we have standard cameras and cameras with adaptive IR and adaptive white light. Adaptive means the actual beam angle of the illumination varies with the angle of the zoom lens. We have a number of high net worth customers who like the white light because it s a visual deterrent. Another feature of the Volant is it is completely silent. That s because it s moving by magnetic force.

We re the only company using infinity drive motors in a big PTZ. We ve taken something generally used in military and using it in a commercial application. While it s more expensive than the commodity products, the overall cost of ownership is low. Because the cost of installing a camera in a town centre is huge and people don t spend enough money on the cost of the equipment itself. The equipment is running continuously, and continuously moving, so it has a very high duty cycle. We ve had high demand already for a lot of public buildings to be monitored using a thermal version of the Volant. One reason is it s so much more accurate and better at analytics than other PTZs. You can apply analytics to it with certainty that you ll get the same picture every time. It s the equivalent of a static camera with up to 200 positions.

All we re trying to say is one size doesn t fit all. Driven by price, most CCTV players have come up with the same solution. Paul Hucker IG: The customised housing concept of the Vega range is an interesting innovation in a market where, frankly, one bullet camera looks very much like the next DG: One USP Redvision has as a business is its complete flexibility. We can come up with different paint finishes and it s surprising how many customers do need these specialisations. It could be colours. Bournemouth College had a particular colour. This was done within a week or so, so it s a very fast turnaround. PH: The Volant is a side-mount PTZ rather than a normal PTZ, which gives us flexibility to do custom options on the camera mechanism. For clients we can offer different lens options for thermals.

IG: To what extent do you think there s too much focus on the price of hardware? PH: I think it s a huge issue. We are potentially devaluing the overall marketplace by focusing on price rather than functionality. If you look at other sectors hi-fi systems or cars people go for premium brands for a reason. I m not saying there isn t room for budget brands, but at the moment we re in danger of devaluing the options. DG: So much so that installers are saying to us great, this is a different solution that I can take to my customers. They can differentiate themselves with their customers. It s pretty much solution selling. PH: All we re trying to say is one size doesn t fit all.

The Vega is a range of camera houses we ve launched because driven by price, most CCTV players have come up with the same solution. The cameras are getting smaller and smaller and less obtrusive, which is a good thing in some respects, but we feel cameras should have a bit of physical presence and be a bit tougher. We want to do several variants of the Vega housing to look more like street furniture. For example it can be colour coded on a public building. It s got things like a built-in windscreen wiper as it rains in the UK a lot. DG: And when it s in the parked position, you can t see it, it s out of the field of view. Also, within the camera housing we ve got the opportunity for PoE. PH: This is being launched at IFSEC as a concept with empty housing but we will add to it. We re creating an explosion-proof version.

Explosion-proof cameras generally have a stainless steel tube with stainless steel ends and one with a little window and it s not developed much over the past 20-30 years. DG: In fact, the number of ancillary equipment manufacturers has declined so there s little choice. The demand is out there. Paul always says let s say you want a camera in a BMW showroom they may want the camera housing in the BMW colours. Most manufacturers are only set up for mass production. But we ve got applications where we ve adapted our standard product for critical applications like the nuclear industry. Dermot Grace PH: Because it has very easy access into the camera housing you can do all your PoE or fibre convertor work in there. Anything that normally goes in the junction box, you can put in the housing. You don t need an ugly junction box on the wall, it s one less thing to install, and it s all integrated.

It s been designed so it can work both ways. Normally a camera housing has a top and a bottom. The Vega is symmetrical in look, so on a garage forecourt, for example, it could go under a canopy, you switch the bracket and it looks OK. It looks more aesthetically pleasing. IG: ?What kind of verticals do you particularly thrive, or hope to thrive, in? PH: Town centre application is our biggest single market. High net worth individuals and any CNI areas are important too. DG: If we take our existing X-Series domes, they re big in the utilities sector and in the remote deployable sector. The thermal market in general is growing quite substantially.

So we re challenging this product to sit across a wide spectrum of marketplaces. As well as traditional CCTV we re looking at military applications and other verticals we can move into. PH: Also it s more led by the quality integrators that actually want to keep some value in the project. They re selling the benefits of Redvision through their channels. You have to bear in mind we re a product manufacturer who doesn t sell products directly to the end user although we do show the end user. It s not always easy to work out the exact routes. We ve lost more of the smaller installers to lower cost kit. But the larger integrator, the likes of ADT, Quadrant can see the benefits of Redvision. DG: Whenever we ve shown this product to a customer in a pre-launch meeting they ve said wow, that looks really nice.

The same will apply to the camera housing. Even the ATEX housing is designed differently. Ease of use will be far better than what exists out there and it will be competitively priced because of the way it s been engineered. PH: In short, we ll be exploring more verticals because our ambition is to get to a 10m company in the next three years. Now we re a 3m company so we have to find niches for that. We re not going after the mass market. IG: What about distribution? DG: We ve signed an agreement with industry professionals representing five brands to represent Redvision throughout Scandinavia, central Europe and Southern Europe. They will use IFSEC as the launch platform.

Unlike many large companies, you can phone us and talk to someone. Paul Hucker IG: What are your thoughts on the future of CCTV? PH: We think use of thermal imaging will become four times as common over the next five years and we think the price will halve. So there will be price pressure but not to the same degree as other markets. We certainly see within five years that a third of our business or more will be on that product. We also see ourselves getting involved in other niche verticals and promoting the cosmetic side of CCTV. IG: Is there a benefit in being British? PH: We re more in touch with the needs of the UK market. There are several unique features resulting from our contact with the UK market.

DG: Most manufacturers are only set up for mass production. But we ve got applications where we ve adapted our standard product for critical applications like the nuclear industry. So that s how we d differentiate ourselves from a high volume manufacturer: total flexibility. IG: Do customers want the ability to customise? DG: Certainly. I think the fundamental thing is it s the voice of the customer that we re listening to. We reposition our products based on that. We also focus on customer service. Our turnaround time on any return is a maximum of 72 hours on receipt, 48 hours of those are on test.

PH: We ve had reports that some of our competitors take three months. These investments are long term and customers want to know they have good back-up for 5-10 years. DG: Our lead time to most distributors is seven working days. PH: The other thing is, three of our guys are on tech support. Unlike many large companies, you can phone us and talk to someone. If you have an issue onsite and normally it s install related rather than product related we are there 9-5, Monday to Friday. DG: We also have people who can attend site. Sometimes a problem has nothing to do with the product; it might be the VMS software controlling it. We have people in the north and south.

In our offices we have hot desks, so if someone phones in about an Avigilon platform, we can put that into the desktop and bring it up. So we can quickly replicate what they re talking about and talk them through what they need to do. PH: We can either do key by key or take over the set up if we need to. DG: We can accommodate most commonly used platforms, from 20 or so manufacturers. We recently had an event at our factory and people were taken aback with our flexibility and support. PH: It s an expensive resource for us to run but it s a big security net for the customer. DG: We re the industry s safe pair of hands. IG: So what are your hopes and expectations for IFSEC 2017? DG: At IFSEC we would like the opportunity to talk to distributors and integrators across the world because there s no limit to what we can t do.

PH: And now we have a network of people across Europe who can support those contracts. We work with BSC Europe. One of our biggest problems previously with IFSEC is we ve not been well equipped to follow up leads outside the UK. But now we have the network to follow those up. DG: We re always open to talk to people about any new products they want. Should there be a custom requirement for another partner, we d look into that. The Volant and Vega ranges will be launched and on display at IFSEC International, 20-22 June 2017, London ExCeL. You can find Redvision on stand D1150. Get your free badge now.

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In what scenarios are thermal surveillance cameras the best choice?

Axis Communications speaks to Securitas

Low-light surveillance When is a thermal camera the best choice for a low-light surveillance scenario? This was the theme of an interview conducted with Jonas Bergstr m, business development manager at Securitas, by Axis Communications, which is a major partner of the manned guarding giant. Securitas regularly installs thermal cameras from Axis.

Axis Communications: What is the single greatest advantage of thermal cameras compared to optical cameras? Jonas Bergstr m: The absolute greatest advantage for us is that thermal cameras result in significantly fewer false alarms. This means our operators in the security operation center do not need to evaluate as many incoming alarm calls and therefore become significantly more time-efficient. For what installation scenarios are the thermal camera models most suited? JB: We primarily use thermal cameras in perimeter protection installations. An intelligent video application is integrated into the cameras and forms a virtual fence. If anybody or anything crosses this virtual line then an alarm call is sent to our security operation center (SOC). What have thermal cameras contributed in terms of savings for Securitas with the reduced number of alarm calls? JB: Securitas always aims to minimise the number of false alarms.

A minimum number of false alarms means that the operators can be more efficient when authentic alarm calls come in. In extreme cases, too many false alarms can affect an operator s attention and ability to identify authentic alarm calls. We estimate that the ratio of false alarms generated by intelligent video analysis in a thermal camera in relation to an optical camera is approximately 1 in 10. By keeping down the number of alarm calls per camera, each operator can handle more alarm events within a certain time frame. The result is major savings. embedded content Do you have an example of an installation where thermal cameras have been of great benefit and resulted in different types of savings for both the end customer and yourselves? JB: For a very large number of our customers, the implementation of thermal cameras, with intelligent video analysis connected to our security operation center (SOC), has resulted in major savings. The result has been reduced vandalism, interrupted and halted burglary attempts, reduced number of emergency call-outs from security guards and reduced use of operator time. AC: Why have you chosen to only use thermal cameras for perimeter monitoring?

JB: The number of alarm calls generated is significantly lower than when using optical cameras. Thermal cameras do not need extra lighting to be installed. Thermal cameras are not as sensitive to different weather conditions, such as snow, rain, fog, etc. We can cover a larger area with a smaller number of cameras. With thermal cameras we can detect movement in areas of vegetation. In this environment we would have greater difficulty in creating enough contrast in the image to generate an alarm. AC: At what distance from the camera can you detect people with a high degree of certainty? JB: It all depends on the camera model used, with regard to the focal length of the lens. At up to 200 meters, it is normally no problem to detect and generate an alarm for people or objects moving in the image.

AC: Based on your experience, are there any weather conditions that are particularly tough for thermal cameras? JB: Dense fog, very heavy snowfall and certain reflections from puddles of water may cause problems, even for a thermal camera. Our experience is that thermal cameras work considerably better than optical cameras in unfavorable weather conditions. AC: Are there any other conditions that make things difficult for thermal cameras? JB: Yes, vibration caused by an unstable mounting surface or a wind-sensitive mast is always a problem when working with alarms triggered based on intelligent video analysis. This primarily applies to long distances, because here even small vibration has a significant effect on the camera. However, Axis thermal cameras have built-in electronic image stabilisation (EIS) that helps in these conditions. You may also encounter problems even when the surroundings or backgrounds are the same temperature as an object in the image. This happens because a thermal camera cannot distinguish an object from its surroundings.

Exactly as with optical cameras, its surrounding environment affects the thermal camera. In general, the point is that a thermal camera is less affected by external factors than an optical camera. Check out the latest thermal cameras and other surveillance solutions from Axis Communications at IFSEC International, 20-22 June 2017, London ExCeL. You can find Axis on stand E1000. Get your free badge now. Visit Europe s leading security event in June 2017 Visit IFSEC International for exclusive access to every security product on the market, live product demonstrations and networking with thousands of security professionals. From access control and video surveillance to smart buildings, cyber, border control and so much more.

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CES 2017 sneak peak: the light bulb with a hidden security camera

CES 2017 Sneak Peak: The Light Bulb With A Hidden Security Camera

Light bulb maker Bell & Wyson is set to unveil a light bulb with a concealed camera embedded at CES 2017. The low energy (11W) LED bulb-cum-camera has a TF slot and two-way microphone and will stream footage to tablets and smartphones via Wi-Fi. The idea behind the innovation is that intruders, unaware of the light bulb s dual purpose, will neither seek to evade it gaze nor tear it from the wall/ceiling.

And of course, like traditional security lights, it could deter breaking and entering as it gives the impression that someone is home. Although this means an intruder can also easily turn it off though of course he probably won t even realise it s a camera anyway the device streaming app that accompanies the light bulb notifies a user every time the bulb is switched off and will record footage of the intruder beforehand and send the image to the owner. The camera can be managed remotely via a free iOS/Android app, which alerts the homeowner when movement is detected. Footage can be recorded on a Micro SD card (optional) all events. The bulb has a brightness output of 600 lm, equivalent of 60W. Lighting cycles are programmable. Stephane Burlon, a director at the France-based company, spoke to BBC News in advance of CES 2017 about the product.

Quizzed about whether such products would make homeowners uneasy about being under the gaze of a camera, he pointed out that when you switch the light bulb off, you switch the camera off too, so it s always clear when the camera is on or off.

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Mobotix profile: the decentralised security camera and software specialist

Mobotix Profile: The  Decentralised  Security Camera And Software Specialist

If you work in the video surveillance and security sector, chances are you ll be familiar with the name Mobotix. Now in its second decade, the German IP camera and software specialists has made a name for itself developing the first decentralised IP camera and supplying the Mount Everest webcam. Contrary to popular perception as a hardware provider, the company sees itself as a software specialist with in-house hardware development of digital, high-resolution and network-based video security.

It produces complete systems using a single source. The company claims to be ranked fifth worldwide for video security (second within Europe, Middle-East and Africa) and to be world leader for megapixel surveillance cameras. The world s first decentralised IP camera The publicly traded firm with headquarters in Langmeil, Germany, is known for its network camera technology. The company was founded in 1999 and in the same year released the industry s first decentralised IP camera. Its Linux system contained video, alarm, and recording management functions in one unit, thus doing away with the need for licensed video management software to handle the recording event. Since then, the decentralised concept has been further developed to make high-resolution video systems more cost-efficient as the cameras themselves execute video analysis and event detection internally, and manage their video ring buffer on a NAS or server by themselves. This is said to reduce the workload of the VMS workstation and network considerably. Network ‘uctuation or longer interruptions are compensated by an onboard video buffer SD card. As a result, Mobotix video systems are claimed to be reliable while needing fewer servers and workstations, and less network infrastructure than other brands.

The company says this reduces the overall system cost as well as power consumption. Encrypted recording by the camera itself is claimed to guarantee data security and privacy. Of similar ilk is the company s M12-type model that serves as the world s highest webcam on Mount Everest. Powered by solar cells and operating from 6am to 6pm local time, it s capable of operating at temperatures as low as ’30 C and broadcasts live high definition video worldwide via the Internet. Located at an altitude of 8,000 meters, it works in conjunction with the Everest weather station to provide scientists with details of climate change. Event-driven ring buffers and onboard encryption Thus optimised for remote applications and cloud-based technology, the company s systems seem to be capable of reducing video bandwidth by scaling size and frame rate. Image detail is preserved via onboard Virtual PTZ functionality which stores high-resolution video in-camera and delivers low-bandwidth live images and playback on demand. In addition, Mobotix cameras are said to be able to manage an event-driven video ring buffer via a network or the Internet. Live and recorded video can be secured via in-camera video encryption.

Since 2010, Mobotix has extended its product range to include intelligent home automation. From the first autonomous IP cameras released at the beginning of the millennium, systems have been equipped with CMOS sensors without any moving parts, said to improve backlight recording and long term reliability. Two-way audio with VoIP messaging and phone connectivity using the SIP standard is included alongside weatherproofing and IP66 protection. In 2015, a new range of competitive 6-megapixel indoor cameras for ‘exible ceiling and wall-mount installations was launched. A fish eye lens on the hemispherical device is said to be capable of covering an entire room without any blind spots while the company s Moonlight Sensor Technology is claimed to be light sensitive enough to produce high-quality videos without motion blur even in low-light conditions. embedded content Optics, motion analysis and object statistics Other industry staples the company specialises in are interchangeable lenses, motion analysis and object statistics. A change of optics can be performed by customers themselves for most models. Camera positions can be changed and the optics adjusted according to the new mounting location. As the choice of lens dramatically varies the scope of a camera, using a super-wide angle lens, for example, enables an entire room to be monitored from a corner.

In turn, telephoto systems can capture details at longer ranges such as a number plate or the facial characteristics of a person. High quality HD lenses are said to fit different Mobotix camera series, and are backwards compatible with older models, even though the area captured by the lens may slightly differ with the image sensor installed in the camera. Mobotix also offers motion analysis for its systems. Its MxActivity sensor is said to only record video or trigger alarms if an operationally important event occurs. Interference caused by moving trees, shadows, passing clouds or snowfall is ignored; automatic configuration means only the objects direction of movement needs to be selected. As for object statistics, the firm s cameras seem to be capable of a range of operations. By defining counting corridors in a shopping mall s camera feed, for example, shopper numbers can be determined over the course of a week. The camera records how often each counting corridor is crossed within a specified period. The reliability of the count depends on the similarity of the sizes and shapes of the persons or objects in the image, their relative distance, how effectively they can be visually distinguished from their background, and how close the counting corridor is to the centre of the image.

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Hanwha Techwin launches Samsung Wisenet P 4K 360 degree fisheye camera

Hanwha Techwin Launches Samsung Wisenet P 4K 360 Degree Fisheye Camera

4k launch Hanwha Techwin has launched a new Wisenet model: PNF-9010R, a 360-degree 4K fisheye camera with on-board dewarping. Verticals/sectors: Analytics functions like people-counting and heatmapping make it particularly appealing to retailers. Features: Variety of alternative viewing modes , including single panorama, double panorama and quad views Licence-free people-counting feature offers scope for measuring efficiency between footfall and actual sales in retail outlets and helps identify busiest days, times and seasons to help stoe manage peaks and troughs of customer flow at checkouts Licence-free heatmapping provides information about customer behavior within the store.

Displays hotspots to show customer buying patterns, including dwell times WiseStream technology: In common with all Wisenet P cameras the PNF-9010R boasts H.265 compression and WiseStream, a complementary compression technology which dynamically controls encoding, balancing quality and compression according to movement in the image. Bandwidth efficiency is 75% higher compared to H.264 technology when WiseStream is combined with H.265 compression. IR illuminators and bi-directional audio support A single push of a button located at the back of the camera will automatically focus the camera via the simple focus feature which can also be remotely accessed via the network. A digital PTZ allows users to pan, tilt and zoom in on specific areas for a more detailed view, while simultaneously monitoring the whole 360-degree view. Privacy masking A 12VDC and PoE capability Should the network be disrupted, video is automatically recorded to on-board SDXC storag e to prevent loss of potential video evidence M12 connector makes it suitable for use on buses and trains where it can be used internally to monitor passenger activity or externally to monitor the road or track ahead. About Hanwha Techwin Hanwha Techwin (formerly Samsung Techwin) is a major supplier of video surveillance solutions for IP video, analogue and hybrid CCTV systems. Founded in 1977 Hanwha Techwin has also at the forefront of advanced edge devices and video analytics platforms.

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  • Digital Night Vision monocular with 5x magnification, 1-5x digital zoom and a 40mm objective lens
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Wide field of view
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5Mega Pixels CMOS vs image-intensifier tube
In-view 1.44″ TFT display
Adjustable eyepiece
Powerful infrared spotlight
200M viewing range
Built-in tripod mount
Up to 3 hours runtime without the use of infrared illuminator.
Up to 2 hour with IR illuminator on.
Magnification:5
Dimension of Objectives:φ40mm
Field of View:5°x3.75°
The Range of Ocular Adjustment: ±0.6
Infrared Illuminator: Yes ,940NM
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Observing Distance(Low Light Environment):2m~∞
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Pouch *1
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KKmoon USB Portable Microscope OTG Function 8LED Digital Zoom Magnifier with Holder True 2.0MP Video Camera 1X-500X Magnification 4-50cm Focus


List Price
£55.99

Best Price
£55.99


  • Magnification adjustable from 1X to 500X.
  • USB interface, with OTG function.
  • True 2.0MP sensor to capture and save high-resolution images and videos of your specimens.
  • Built-in 8 LED lights and can adjust the illumination.
  • Powered by USB DC 5V, plug and play for use.

Specifications:
Focus Range: Telephoto Lens: 4-50cm / Short-focus Lens: 0-4cm(Optional)
Controller: High-speed DSP(M-JPEG)/CMOS Sensor
Image Sensor: 2.0MP CMOS 
LED Quantity: 8 White LED
Illumination Scope: 0 – 30000LUX
Brightness Control: Manual Adjustment
Power Supply: USB DC 5V 
USB Interface: USB 2.0
Frame Rate: 30f/s Under 500 LUX Brightness
Video Capture Resolution(Selectable): 160*120, 320*240, 176*144, 352*288, 640*480, 800*600, 1024*768, 1280*960, 1600*1200
Take Images: SNAP Shot
Applications: Hotviewer(PC), HotMicroscope(Android)
Operation System: Win XP, Vista, Win 7, Win8, Win10, Andriod(Android phone or tablet with OTG function)
Storage Temperature: 0 – 40°C
Relative Humidity: 45% – 85% RH
Item Size: 14.4 * 3.7cm / 5.67 * 1.45in (L * Dia.)
Item Weight: 120g / 4.23oz
Package Size: 21.5 * 18 * 8cm / 8.46 * 7.08 * 3.15in(L * W * H)
Package Weight: 660g / 23.28oz

Note:
OTG function only support parts of phones equipped with OTG function, please refer to the above chart before buying. 
If your phone model is not in the chart, you can try connecting, it indicates support with images; otherwise it does not support.

Safety Warnings:
1. Don’t disassemble the product in case that the electrostatic break the precision chip.
2. Don’t clean the product with alcohol or other organic solvent.
3. Don’t touch the lens to avoid surface scratches and dust.
4. The measurement accuracy is just for reference.

Package List:
1 * Microscope
1 * Base Plate
1 * Adjustable Holder
1 * Calibration Ruler
1 * CD
1 * User Manual (English)


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