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ABUS has a completely new IP camera line-up for 2015


Resolution, image usability, integration capability as well as easy installation and configuration are – according to ABUS partners – more important than the “megapixel race” that many manufacturers are currently running. These factors were a key factor in the development of the new ABUS IP cameras.

“We want to bring IP cameras to the market that are better than the competition in terms of the key details. And we want to offer them at extremely attractive prices well below those of comparable products from competitors”, explains Benjamin Pflaum, Managing Director of ABUS Security-Center. Our commitment to quality applies not just to hardware but also to software, our services and not least, the professionalism of our ABUS partners,” says Benjamin Pflaum.

Resolution and image usability
Of much greater importance than a constantly climbing number of pixels is the image usability created by the correct resolution. This is why ABUS provides the right cameras for different application ranges and equips them with high-quality components. All 1080p cameras are equipped with high-quality hardware components:

The Sony Xarina DSP and Sony Exmore image sensor (1/2.8”), Tamron motor zoom lenses, an integrated 16 GB eMMC memory to ensure data recording in the event of a network failure as well as Power-over-Ethernet (PoE+).

Easy installation and configuration

The PoE power supply makes installation a breeze, and the standard motorised zoom lenses from Tamron allow all parameters, including image sharpness, to be easily set or changed on the screen via the network.

Integration capability

The customer also has the choice of which video management software to use to operate the Abus IP cameras. In addition to the newly developed ABUS “Eyseo” video surveillance software for up to 128 cameras, the new ABUS camera range will be fully integrated within Milestone. The integration of cameras within additional well-known VMS solutions is already in the works.  And, of course, all products are ONVIF compatible.

Reduction in network load

The new IP series is characterised by the particularly efficient use of existing bandwidth without compromising image quality. The integrated DNR function reduces screen noise, lowering the network utilisation rate. This makes it possible to maintain data transmission rates of under 4 Mbit/s at 1080p resolution. The developers have optimised the Sony chip sets for the WDR function (96 dB). The devices have three independent streams available for optimal display and recording: two streams come pre-optimised for recording and mobile terminals, and the third stream can be individually configured.

DesignNine new camera models are available in five designs: indoor and outdoor dome, compact, tube and box cameras. The dome camera with a square-shaped design can be adapted perfectly to any environment with its integrated mounts and hidden cabling. IP tube and compact cameras are also equipped with integrated high performance LEDs.

The technical details of the 1080p and 720p series at a glance:

1080p cameras 720p cameras
Full HD 1080p resolution: 1920 x 1080 @ 25fps HD 720p resolution: 1280 x 720 @ 25fps
Sony Xarina DSP and Sony Exmore image sensor 3.6 mm fixed lens
Tamron motor zoom lens, 3.0 – 9.0 mm Day/night switching with electromechanical IR swivel filter (ICR)
16 GB internal memory for recording in the event of a power failure IR LEDs for night vision (tube and compact cameras)
Day/night switching with electromechanical IR swivel filter (ICR) WDR function (46dB) for compensating for image contrasts
IR LEDs for night vision (tube and compact cameras) Power over Ethernet (PoE)
WDR function (96dB) for compensating for high image contrasts ONVIF compatible
Power over Ethernet (PoE+)
ONVIF compatible