Sarix Value IMV Series cameras are ideal for discreet surveillance with their compact size and design that blends in with surroundings. The Sarix Value Series features excellent image quality with great low light performance, color fidelity and true wide dynamic range (WDR) for increased visibility in difficult lighting situations. And with built-in IR illumination, the camera can provide coverage even in total darkness. The vari-focal lensing gives you the flexibility to set a range of fields of view. With IP66 and IK10 ratings, the Sarix Value IMV Series can be deployed in a variety of indoor and environmental settings as well as in vandal prone areas.
Sarix Value Series cameras provide options for three simultaneous video streams. The three streams can be compressed with efficient H.265, H.264 High or Main profiles, or MJPEG encoding. The streams can be configured to a variety of resolutions and frame rates. Pelco Smart Compression is available on both H.264 and H.265 to minimize storage and bandwidth utilization. Sarix Value Series cameras seamlessly connect to VideoXpert™, Pelco's video management system as well as other leading Video Management Systems via the ONVIF Profile S, T, and G Profiles.
Excellent low light performance
True Wide Dynamic Range
30 fps @ 1080p, 20 FPS @ 5 MP
Built-in IR illumination up to 30 M
Remote zoom and focus varifocal lens
H.265 and H.264 encoding with Pelco Smart Compression
IP66 for environmental ruggedness and IK10 for vandal resistance
Built-in MicroSD / SDHC / SDXC Card Slot for On-board Storage
Name: Pelco IMV529-1ERS Sarix Value Series 5MP Environmental IR Mini Dome Camera, 3-9mm Lens, White, Motorola, Pelco by Motorola Solutions
Category: Pelco by Motorola Solutions, Video Surveillance, IP Cameras, Dome Cameras
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