Pelco's iconic Esprit Enhanced positioning system is ideal for situations where overt coverage provides a visual deterrence to intrusion, in mission critical situations requiring a highly durable and reliable camera system, where visible light is not desired nor permitted, where lighting and weather conditions vary, and where coverage well above the horizon is needed.
Best applications include: Perimeter of a corrections facility or a border; Airports, seaports, and refineries that cannot afford down time; Military installations or other high security assets needing a fast and highly responsive camera to watch the air and identify approaching aircraft or other airborne threats; Cities and Oil & Gas operations in the "safe zone" (no explosion risk areas)
Surevision 3.0 Technology
Advanced Low Light Down to 0.03 LUX, Anti-Bloom Technology, 3D Noise Filtering, Enhanced Tone Mapping
Up to Full HD 1080p and up to 60 Images per Second
Full Suite of Built-In Analytics Including AutoTracker, Adaptive Motion Detection, Abandoned Object, and More.
Defog Mode Provides Three Levels of Fog Removal Within the Image for Improved Image Quality during Bad Weather Conditions
Vivid Mode Can be Turned On/Off to Drastically Improve the Image Contrast and Color Saturation
Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS)
Pan/Tilt and Enclosure with Integrated Optics Package (IOP) or Pressurized Integrated Optics Cartridge (IOC)
Dual Stream H.264 IP Video with Smart Compression
16 Preset Tours, 256 Presets, 32 Window Blanks, 8 scans, 8 presets
Integrated Window Wiper with Configurable Delay and Shut-Off (ES6230-1x Models)
ONVIF Profile S, Profile G, Profile Q Conformant
NTCIP 1205 & Kapsh conformant.
360° Continuous Pan Rotation at 140° per Second
SFP Port is available for Pelco FSP Modules
HPoE, 24VAC, 48VDC or 100-240V
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