Top of the Line IP Performance
Pelco's Spectra® Series of high speed IP PTZ domes provide top tier image quality, performance, and intelligent embedded features for stateof-the-art surveillance solutions. Low latency video and control make the camera incredibly easy to control. Direct Drive closed loop control enables blazing pan and tilt speeds up to 700 degree/second to position the camera on target avoiding perceived PT delays so that critical forensic evidence is captured. Direct Drive closed loop systems have advantages such as limited wear and tear and maintenance, extremely accurate positioning, and the camera always knows its position.
Bi-directional power redundancy between PoE and 48 VDC/24 VAC ensures 24-hour, 365-day continuous operation even under unstable power supply situations.
Full High Definition SureVision 4.0 Cameras
Spectra Enhanced Series IP PTZ domes feature up to 2 MP, 30x optical zoom. They run at up to 60 frames per second and provide up to 130dB of Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) with Pelco's latest SureVision 4.0 low light performance.
Intelligent Imaging Features
The Spectra Enhanced Series PTZ domes have the capability to run deep learning DNN analytics. Included in all models are a Pelco Enhanced Suite of analytics including: Abandoned Object, Adaptive Motion Detection, AutoTracker, Camera Sabotage, Directional Motion, Loitering Detection, Object Counting, Object Removal, and Stopped Vehicle. Spectra Enhanced also allows for up to 16 window blanking privacy zones that are configurable with custom blurring options. Three levels of Image Defog provide options for enhancing the image on foggy or rainy days. Five White Balance modes are available for overcoming difficult lighting conditions day and night. A Vivid Imaging mode can be enabled to automatically increases color saturation and sharpening. Spectra Enhanced supports up to 2TB of onboard local storage (not supplied) that is easily accessible through the ONVIF Profile G protocol or FTP.
Spectra Enhanced Series features the same ease of installation and maintenance that the industry has come to expect from Spectra. For ease of installation, there is a top cover that is hinged. Each dome system consists of a back-box, a dome drive, and an IK10 rated lower dome. There is a choice of three form factors: in-ceiling, environmental in ceiling, and environmental pendant.
Spectra Enhanced Series easily connects to Pelco IP and hybrid video systems such as VideoXpert, Endura 2.0 (or later), and Digital Sentry 7.3 (or later). The camera is also compatible with Digital Sentry NVS (DS NVS), a full-featured video management software, which is available as a free download at www.pelco.com. DS NVS includes four free Pelco IP licenses and allows for the management of video from up to 64 cameras.
Pelco endeavors to be the most open and integrated camera provider in the industry and as a part of that effort Spectra Enhanced is integrated with a long and ever-growing list of 3rd party software and Video Management Systems (VMS).
SureVision Technology, Including: Up to 130 dB Wide Dynamic Range (WDR); Advanced Low Light Down to 0.02 lux (Color), 0.013 lux (Mono); Anti-Bloom Technology; 3D Noise Filtering; Enhanced Tone Mapping
Up to 2 MP and up to 60 Images per Second (ips) Pan/Tilt Drive
Robust Image Stabilization (EIS) with Gyro
Built-in Analytics Suite
Deep Learning Capable
Power over Ethernet (802.3bt), 24 VAC, 48 VDC
Pelco H.265 and H.264 Smart Compression Technology
Three Automatic Defog Options
Vandal Resistant IK10 Housing and Smoked or Clear Bubble
SD Card Slot with Support for SDXC Cards
Name: Pelco S7230L-FW0 Spectra Enhanced 7 Series 2MP Indoor In-Ceiling Smoked Bubble PTZ IP Dome Camera, 30x Optical Lens, White, Motorola, Pelco by Motorola Solutions
Category: Pelco by Motorola Solutions, Video Surveillance, IP Cameras, PTZ Security Cameras
Design Tools & Resources
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