Bosch Integrates Ip Network Connection Into Dinionxf
by Security Electronics and Networks | @Articles CCTV | May 7, 2006, 7:00am AEST
Bosch Security Systems has integrated an IP network connection in its DinionXF and Dinion camera range, to provide a complete IP CCTV surveillance solutions.
Dinion cameras address the critical issues of high sensitivity and dynamic range. The range comprises Day/Night and color models. The key feature of the DinionXF camera is XF-Dynamic, which is enabled by advanced 15-bit DSP technology and CCD chipsets. All Dinion camera features, including SensUp, Lens Wizard, DNR and Video Motion Detection, are now available with a direct IP interface using MPEG-4 compression delivering 4CIF resolution at up to 25/30 ips (images per second).
IEEE 802.3 af-compliant Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) makes installation easier and more cost effective because cameras do not require a local AC power source. And since PoE installations can take advantage of an uninterruptible power supply (UPS), Dinion IP cameras can continue to operate even when there is a power failure such as in major emergency situations.
Dinion IP cameras also provide tri-streaming technology: dual MPEG-4 and JPEG compression modes simultaneously allowing a dedicated video stream at one frame rate for recording and a different stream for live viewing, while JPEG images can be streamed, for example, to a PDA.
For a hybrid solution both an Ethernet connection and the analog BNC output enables the IP camera to be connected to existing analog CCTV equipment, while still offering the additional flexibility and scalability of IP-based CCTV systems.
Bosch’s DinionXF and Dinion IP cameras can be fully integrated into Bosch’s VIDOS Video Management System and DiBos Digital Video and IP Recorder and Transmission System. These cameras complement the other IP products such as the VIP and VideoJet families of encoders and decoders and the NVR (Network Video Recorder).