SNC-DH240TDiscontinued

Vandal-resistant Minidome 1080p/30 fps Camera - V Series
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Overview

The SNC-DH240T is a tamper proof Full HD (1080p) minidome network security camera with Electronic Day/Night settings, DEPA Advanced analysis, View DR, Visibility Enhancer, XDNR and is ONVIF compliant. It also supports dual streaming of H.264, MPEG-4 and JPEG at full frame-rate.

Sony's Exmor™ CMOS sensor provides excellent pictures and event detection for effective evidence gathering.

Sony's V Series cameras have outstanding picture quality and come with a powerful feature set.

*Product shown with housing/accessory. Housing/accessory not included

Features

Full HD 1080p resolution

Detailed 1080p Full HD progressive images. Progressive acquisition (as opposed to interlace) means that images are more stable to view, contain more information and compress more efficiently - without "interlace artefacts".

Exmor™ CMOS Sensor

High resolution CMOS sensor with low noise characteristics for improved image acquisition. Derived from Sony's broadcast product range, EXMOR™ is one of the highest quality image sensors available.

Triple Codec Network Operation

This multi-codec camera supports three compression formats: JPEG, the best choice of high-quality still images

DEPA Advanced analytics triggers alarms and alerts based on user-created rules

DEPA Advanced Intelligent Video and Audio Analytics can analyse images to detect whether pre-selected objects have moved, raising an alarm if an event is detected. Users create a set of rules that determine exactly how and when this happen

View-DR (Visibility Enhanced Wide Dynamic Range)

With Sony's View-DR (Visibility Enhanced Wide Dynamic Range) innovation, you can achieve a high contrast ratio of 125dB. This ensures realistic tonal detail, and state-of-the-art image enhancement with a wide, dynamic range capability.

Power Over Ethernet (PoE) capability

Supporting Power over Ethernet (PoE), the SNC-DH240T can be powered using the same Ethernet cable it uses for data transfer. This feature greatly reduces the physical infrastructure costs and speed of deployment.

ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) compliance

The ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) defines a common protocol for the exchange of information between network video devices including automatic device discovery and video streaming. Allows interoperability between network video devices.

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