Published 18-03-2021
| Article appears in April 2021 Issue

ICP Electronics keeps an eye out for you with new 5MP camera

12-03-2021
iCAM-771 camera

When you take the trouble to buy and install security cameras, you want to be sure you’re getting the clearest image possible. ICP Electronics Australia has come up with a solution in the form of the ICP DAS iCAM-771, a fisheye infrared network camera, featuring a sensor with a five-megapixel resolution.

Equipped with a fisheye lens for 360°/180° panoramic views without blind spots, the cameras can provide coverage of wide, open areas, such as airports, shopping malls, factories, parking lots, retail stores, offices, and more.

The iCAM-771 also has a removable IR-cut filter for day and night use. It features an adjustable image size, quality, and bit rate and has configurable brightness, saturation, exposure control, auto shutter control, auto gain control, noise reduction, and EV luminance control. 

The iCAM-771 is suitable for multiple user setups as it supports five simultaneous streams in ROI mode and three simultaneous streams in normal mode. Similarly, it has live viewing for up to 10 clients, and multiple user access levels with password protection, and IP address filtering.

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