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HONEYWELL ADDS HI-DEF INDOOR/OUTDOOR MINI-DOME
TO IP CAMERA PORTFOLIO
HD4MDIP Provides High-Quality Images with Low Bandwidth Requirements
LOUISVILLE, Ky., July 7, 2010 – Honeywell (NYSE:HON) today released a rugged,
indoor/outdoor mini-dome IP camera that provides three times the image resolution of standard analog cameras, yet with similar network bandwidth requirements. The HD4MDIP is the latest addition to Honeywell’s line of high-definition, IP cameras that provide high-quality images to help operators complete investigations faster while reducing the infrastructure needed to support the overall surveillance system.
The true day/night, vandal-resistant, fixed mini-dome provides 720p resolution at full frame rate. It also helps save money with its low power-consumption rate and ability to be retrofitted on many existing digital and network video recorder installations without requiring additional storage capabilities. This dramatically decreases the cost of infrastructure and total cost of ownership.
“When it comes to video surveillance, the top two things on end users’ minds today are picture quality and cost,” said Roberto Testani, product manager, Honeywell Security Group.
“HD4MDIP is another example of how Honeywell continues to deliver on the promise of IP by addressing both of those concerns. It provides extremely crisp images at minimal bandwidth, reducing the number of hardware servers needed to manage the system.”
Like the indoor-version HD3MDIP, which Honeywell released earlier this year, the HD4MDIP features an externally accessible web-based menu that lets operators view and control cameras from virtually anywhere. It also features built-in motion detection capabilities and camera tamper detection features that notify users when the camera’s field-of-view is altered, obstructed or
blurred. The HD4MDIP also decreases installation and training costs through its simplified set up, which includes the same programming requirements as interior cameras. Because of this, operators can cover a wider range of applications without having to learn new products.
In addition to the HD4MDIP and HD3MDIP cameras, Honeywell’s growing line of IP video
technology includes a complete selection of recording solutions and the MAXPRO? VMS video
management platform. The company will soon expand its camera line to include a bullet camera and box camera options.
To see how Honeywell’s growing line of IP video solutions can help organizations transition
from analog-based video to digital systems, please visit www.honeywellvideo.com or
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