Bosch Updates Prepackaged and Lensed Cameras

Bosch Security Systems’ KBN and KBE series prepackaged cameras and the LTC lensed cameras have been enhanced with the company's latest imaging and compression technology. The easy-to-install offerings provide customers with a variety of camera choices in plug-and-play packages for indoor and outdoor applications.

Both cameras feature the company’s line of Dinion, DinionXF and Dinion 2X models. Dinion 2X models feature 2X-Dynamic Technology with 20-bit processing. 2X-Dynamic and wide dynamic range sensors analyze images pixel-by-pixel and produce detailed views of scenes with difficult lighting.

All IP camera models offer quad-streaming with multiple H.264 encoding streams that provide high-resolution images at low bit rates as well as a simultaneous JPEG stream for flexibility in system design. The IP cameras also conform to the ONVIF standard for integration with video products from different vendors.

The KBN and KBE Series feature more than 50 IP and analog models. Each package includes a varifocal lens with adjusted back-focus, an Ethernet or coaxial cable and a power cable pre-wired into the housing. Indoor or outdoor IP-66 rated housings are available.

More than 30 IP and analog LTC series indoor camera kits include a pre-assembled and adjustable varifocal lens and an optional wall mount bracket. Customers only need to connect the power supply and video cables to obtain superior picture performance in virtually all indoor applications.

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