Now available for purchase, Honeywell’s HD4US and HD4USX dome cameras, based on Pixim’s new Seawolf chip, are designed for locations with low light as well as variable light conditions.
Pixim Inc., a leading provider of imaging chips for enterprise security cameras, announced that Honeywell, based in Morris Township, N.J., has released a new dome camera series, the HD4US and HD4USX, integrating Seawolf, Pixim’s latest chip technology. The cameras are designed for optimized image quality in locations where low light, high contrast and variable light conditions exist. The weather-tight housing is engineered for both indoor and outdoor installations. The new vandal domes are available immediately through multiple distribution partners including ADI, the largest camera distributor worldwide which supports over 80,000 security installers.
Based on Seawolf, Honeywell’s HD4US camera family has an effective resolution of 690 HTVL as well as the industry’s proven best wide dynamic range. In addition, the new dome cameras require just 0.1 lux of illumination to produce usable, color images at a full 30 frames per second
Pixim Inc. has been developing innovative imaging technology for enterprise security cameras for more than 12 years. With millions of cameras installed around the globe, Pixim’s patented Digital Pixel System® technology empowers hundreds of thousands of pixels to act like individual, self-adjusting cameras. This all-digital system enables Pixim-powered cameras to efficiently capture high resolution video in natural color, regardless of lighting condition. Headquartered in Mountain View, California with offices in Florida, Virginia, Colorado, Ohio, Israel, UK, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, Pixim is able to meet the needs of its worldwide customer base. Visit www.pixim.com/cameras for a complete listing of Pixim-based cameras.