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IS IP14K Camera

IS IP14K Camera

This InSight 14 Megapixel camera is in the Ultra-Resolution Surveillance category (anything over 10 megapixels). Other products in this category have proprietary compression, as well as proprietary operating systems that are particularly large in size. Many other Ultra-Resolution Surveillance products have low frame-rates, poor image quality in low-light conditions, and due to the high level of power they consume, can cost several thousand dollars per unit. The IS-IP14K megapixel camera is a break-through product in several categories and is a camera that changes the future of Ultra-Resolution Surveillance technology.

Not only is the IS-IP14K the world’s smallest 14 megapixel camera (4376x3280) it also consumes the lowest amount of power (4 watts). The idea behind the design was to create a simple and cost-effective camera that was still high-performing for mass markets. The IS-IP14K can fit into most enclosures, dome or fixed housings, and is Onvif Compliant–making it widely accepted across a large framework of video management systems. Our patented OwlEye technology is featured in this camera and reduces noise in low-light conditions as well as providing the best nighttime image quality in its resolution class. In addition, other Ultra-Resolution cameras in the same class have a maximum frame rate of 1-2 while the IS-IP14K is six frames-per-second making usable video a reality in the category of Ultra-Resolution Surveillance.

Key Features:
  • Maximum resolution: 4384 x 3288;
  • Onvif compliant;
  • Small form factor: 35mm x 46mm x 57mm (H,W,L);
  • Only 4 watts of power; and
  • Multiple H.264 streams.

ASIS 2013 Chicago Booth 2240

Field Test Video:

https://sentry360.com/product/is-ip-14k/


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