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Pelco 3MP Network Bullet Camera with Night Vision & 9-22mm Lens

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  • Pelco
  • 37682922
  • IBE322-1I
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$890.82 
  • Video Capture Resolution is 2048 x 1536
Sarix Enhanced (E) range cameras feature SureVision technology, delivering high definition (HD) resolution, consistent color science, fast processing power, and simultaneous advanced low-light performance with wide dynamic range (WDR) and anti-bloom technologies. Advancements include 3D noise filtering, smooth response to illumination changes, and improved tone mapping to retain color accuracy and overall image contrast. Designed to install quickly, the cameras include autofocus, motorized zoom, built-in analytics, and other advanced features needed for demanding security applications.

The IBE Series contains an integrated varifocal MPx autofocus lens. All models include a camera in a compact surface mount enclosure that is ready to install. All models feature a sturdy design that is both vandal- and tamper-resistant. The environmental models feature worry-free use in a wide range of environmental operating conditions. Sarix Enhanced range cameras include four unique, advanced autofocus options: temperature change, day/night transition, a daily autofocus routine, and manual autofocus. These benefits ensure clear, focused images regardless of the scene or environment. All autofocus options are available through the web UI.

The IBE Series supports two independently-configurable video streams in addition to a service video stream. The streams can be compressed in MJPEG and H.264 formats across several resolution configurations. The IBE Series offers real-time video with Full HD resolution using H.264 compression for optimized bandwidth and storage efficiency. The streams can be configured to a variety of frame rates, bit rates, and group of pictures (GOP) structures for additional flexibility in bandwidth administration. In addition, streams can be encoded as constrained variable bit rate (CVBR) or constant bit rate (CBR).