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Tuesday, 18 January 2011 15:25

Axis IR add-on for dome cameras

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Axis has announced an add-on infrared illuminator for its P33 surveillance cameras.


While Axis' outdoor P33 surveillance cameras have day/night capabilities, they don't include an IR illuminator.

That gap is being filled by the T90C fixed dome IR-LED accessory which will ship this quarter.

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"The new IR illuminator complements the AXIS P33 Series in installations where a separate IR illuminator is not feasible or aesthetically is undesirable. The wall-mounted illuminator attaches directly to the camera for easy installation," said country manager Wai King Wong.

The unit is available in two versions, one with Power over Ethernet, the other having a low voltage DC input.

The IR lamps come on automatically as visible light levels drop, and have a range of 20-25m in complete darkness.

 

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