The Proof is in the Pixels

The Proof is in the Pixels

Bosch Security Systems is launching a new portfolio of 960H products that capture more pixels per target object for a maximum sensor resolution of 720 TVL – the highest available for the PAL and NTSC standard. With cameras, lenses, digital video recorders and monitors, Bosch is providing customers with a complete, end-to-end, The Proof is in the Pixels960H, surveillance solution for every analog application. The portfolio includes affordable products for smaller applications as well as higher-performing systems to meet a range of budget and imaging requirements.

960H image sensors serve as the bridge between standard resolution and high-definition solutions. Ideal for capturing fine scene details, they are capable of producing video images with 30 percent higher resolution than previous generation analog sensors. Customers can choose a complete 960H solution from Bosch or integrate the products into existing systems to capture greater detail.

“There is an enormous amount of analog video infrastructure throughout the world, and new systems continue to be installed every day,” said Tom Verest, product manager, Bosch Security Systems. “With a full portfolio of 960H products, we’re enabling current customers to easily enhance their systems, while giving new customers the best in analog image quality.”

Cameras in the 960H portfolio include new DINION 4000 AN, DINION 5000 AN and FLEXIDOME 5000 AN models that deliver the best analog image quality and popular features, such as Bilinx technology for verifying camera status, changing settings and performing other functions over the video cable. Customers will also find the bullet 4000 AN family – the most complete 960H bullet camera range with solutions for all distances, as well as the affordable and stylish micro 1000 AN and FLEXIDOME micro 1000 AN cameras with discrete designs. In addition, a wide range of indoor and outdoor AUTODOME cameras provide the most cost-effective 960H moving camera solution on the market.

The new Bosch digital recorders, the DIVAR family of four-, eight- and 16-channel recorders, deliver the full benefits of the latest 960H high-resolution cameras. DIVAR can capture and display images in full 960H resolution at rates up to 30 frames-per-second on all channels. DIVAR also supports recording in CIF, 2CIF and 4CIF resolutions. The DIVAR family takes advantage of the latest H.264 video and G.711 audio compression technology to reduce bandwidth and storage requirements while delivering superb image and audio quality.

The recorders are reliable systems that are easy to set up with intuitive configuration wizards for true plug-and-play installation. Operation is also simple with the familiar Bosch user interface. Customers can view images from any location with the included client software, a web browser or apps compatible with a range of mobile devices.

Rounding out the portfolio, Bosch’s UML family of LED 960H monitors deliver the most accurate and consistent image reproduction. They are designed specifically for security cameras and provide high color saturation.

The complete range of 960H video system products conform to the same high quality and reliability standards as the rest of Bosch’s product portfolio. They are guaranteed with a three-year warranty and backed by the company’s superior customer service and support offerings.

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