IK-WD12A mini-dome expressly designed for indoor deployment, including hotels and casinos
Toshiba Surveillance & IP Video, a business unit of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., recently debuted its latest IP network video camera: the IK-WD12A mini-dome expressly designed for indoor deployment, including schools, retail outlets, hotels and casinos.
Leveraging an exclusive imaging sensor, the IK-WD12A captures two-megapixel resolution (1600 x 1200) video at up to 30 frames-per-second in both MPEG4 and M-JPEG formats for simultaneous real-time monitoring and high-resolution recording. Megapixel performance delivers the ability to cover an expansive area with a single IK-WD12A equal to that of four standard resolution (640 x 480) cameras, saving potentially hundreds of dollars in equipment, IP camera licenses and installation costs.
Because the IK-WD12A incorporates 350-degree pan, 85-degree to -35-degree tilt and 3x optical zoom, it can be fixed to provide exact viewing of a targeted area. Its flexible design is further enhanced by Power over Ethernet (PoE) that permits mounting of the camera where electrical power is not available. In addition, a true day/night IR cut filter lets it literally “see in the dark” with light sensitivities down to 0.04 lux for around-the-clock monitoring.
Motion detection, alarm recording with email notification, and two-way audio with built-in microphone qualify the IK-WD12A for the most challenging indoor IP video installations. A tampering alarm alerts users instantly if a camera has been obstructed or vandalized, while the camera's compact footprint eases installation and its stylized housing will match the ambience within the most elegant surroundings.
For more information, visit www.toshibasecurity.com.
Toshiba debuts new IP network video camera
December 9, 2010