Interlogix Adds IP and Analog Cameras To Its TruVision Lines

Interlogix recently announced major additions to its already robust line of TruVision cameras — including IP models offering high performance at prices highly competitive with analog units. The company also introduced a line of premium resolution analog cameras featuring 960H technology. Interlogix is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp.

The 29 new TruVision IP cameras include resolutions from 1.3 to 3 megapixels; indoor and outdoor models; bullet, wedge and dome form factors; pan-tilt-zooms (PTZs); and up to 25-meter infrared (IR) range for low-light use.

The outdoor models are enclosed in metal, vandal-resistant enclosures. All models support open standards (ONVIF and PSIA compliant) and are compatible with Interlogix TruVision DVRs, as well as third-party platforms and software.

"These new TruVision cameras have features typically found only in high-end IP units, yet are priced to appeal to analog camera users looking to migrate to IP cameras and recorders," said Kostas Mellos, Interlogix product marketing manager, video. "This addition continues the Interlogix commitment to offer the most complete line of IP cameras in the market."

The new line of 30 TruVision premium resolution analog indoor and outdoor cameras offers wedge, dome, turret and bullet form factors, as well as PTZ models, 960H resolution and up to 100-meter IR range. Some models feature motorized lenses that can be remotely focused, saving time and eliminating service calls to manually refocus the lens.

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