IDIS unveils expansion of DirectIP camera range

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IDIS have grown its DirectIP line-up with the launch of a new range of cameras. The extended full-HD range comprises new 1080p resolution domes, bullet and PTZ cameras.

The expanded line-up includes two new domes plus a bullet and zoom camera that all leverage DirectIP plug-and-play capability as well as being ONVIF compliant. All these new full-HD and 30ips models feature an array of capabilities comprising multi-streaming, two-way audio and alarm input/output, true day and night, PIR motion detection and use Power over Ethernet (PoE). The flagship DirectIP series now includes:

  • Bullet (DC-T Series) – Full-HD 1080p resolution, 30ips, multiple streams, motorised focus zoom, true day and night, PIR motion detection, IR and white LED, vandal-proof, heater, two-way audio and alarm I/O, PoE.
  • Zoom (DC-Z Series) – Full HD 1080p resolution, 30ips, multiple streams, 18x A/F optical zoon, true day and night, two-way audio and alarm I/O, PoE.
  • Speed Dome (DC-S Series) – Full-HD 1080p resolution, 30ips, multiple streams, 18x A/F optical zoom, true day and night, vandal-proof, two-way audio and alarm I/O, PoE.
  • Flat Dome (DC-F Series) – Full-HD 1080p resolution, 30ips, multiple streams, 56mm low profile design, true day and night, DNR, BLC, PoE

Brian Song, managing director of IDIS Europe, said: “The expansion of the camera range underlines the scope of DirectIP for a wide range of industry segments–from small to large multi-site applications. With our industry-leading R&D focus, we will continue to invest in DirectIP to meet the current and future demands of a full-HD, networked and high-performance surveillance solution.”

Comprising a range of cameras and network video recorders (NVRs), DirectIP delivers unrivalled plug-and-play simplicity, combined with highest-quality performance, compatibility and industry leading pricing.

To see the full range of DirectIP cameras, go to http://www.idisglobal.com/

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