Advanced Technology Video Releases New Network IR Bullet Camera

Advanced Technology Video (ATV), a provider of innovative video surveillance solutions, announces the release of its new Network Bullet Camera. The Advanced Technology Video Releases New Network IR Bullet CameraIPB2TWI is the newest addition to the IP Product Series line.

The IPB2TWI is equipped with a 1/2.8” Progressive scan RGB CMOS offering 2MP, Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution at 30-ips, a motorized 3-9mm varifocal Auto-iris lens and True Day/Night operation to ensure the highest image quality during day or night. The new camera produces excellent video images in low light environments down to 0.2 Lux illumination and 0 Lux night-time operation up to 80ft with its 32 powerful IR LED lights. The network camera which offers True Wide Dynamic Range also has enhanced functions like motion detection, privacy masking, back light compensation, 2D Digital Noise Reduction and Auto White Balance.

“We are consistently expanding our IP product line to meet the demand of our current and future customers,” said Keith Shaver, ATV’s VP of sales and marketing. “This camera is loaded with great features at a very affordable price.”

The IPB2TWI is IP67 weatherproof rated with a built in heater, which is designed to withstand harsh weather conditions. In addition, the camera supports a Micro-SD card for local on-board recording and can be powered by 12VDC and PoE.

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