Paxton10 CORE Cameras

Paxton10 CORE Cameras

The new CORE Series cameras feature edge processing for ultimate scalability, built-in edge storage, and plug-and-play installation. The addition of the CORE Series gives installers new hardware, better choice, and more value than ever before.

Paxton has also reduced the price of our PRO Series cameras providing a tailored video management solution at a cost-effective price.

The CORE Series of cameras includes mini-dome and mini-bullet options, both featuring 64GB of built-in storage and 4MP resolution at an incredibly competitive price. A turret option will also join the CORE Series soon. The CORE Series features the same high build quality as our PRO Series, containing the required features to meet market expectations and make the Paxton10 system a suitable option for a wider variety of installations.

“The introduction of the new CORE Series cameras is the next step in the evolution of our innovative new system, Paxton10. Following the U.S. launch in February, we have taken the feedback from our valued dealers to refine and improve our camera offering to suit the needs of the market,” said Jeremy Allison, senior product manager at Paxton. “The real standout feature of our cameras is the edge processing capability, both the CORE and PRO Series cameras include built-in storage to allow video footage to be processed and stored at the edge. This eliminates the need for expensive NVR'S and reduces installation time.”

With this latest product launch we are pleased to offer a broader range of cameras while retaining the simplicity that Paxton is known for; with a cost-effective CORE Series and featureful PRO option.


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