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Honeywell Adds 14 Cameras to IP-Ready Line

Honeywell has added 14 HD and mega pixel IP models to the equIP Series cameras, a family of IP-ready products that includes box cameras, IR indoor domes, and rugged domes, all of which integrate with Honeywell and third-party NVRs for complete video management.
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Honeywell has added 14 HD and mega pixel IP models to the equIP Series cameras, a family of IP-ready products that includes box cameras, IR indoor domes, and rugged domes.Honeywell has added 14 HD and mega pixel IP models to the equIP Series cameras, a family of IP-ready products that includes box cameras, IR indoor domes, and rugged domes, all of which integrate with Honeywell and third-party NVRs for complete video management.

The new cameras deliver full HD video with 720p, 1080p, 3MP, or 5MP resolution for applications from small convenience and retail all the way up to large systems for campus or city surveillance. All of the cameras feature on-board SD card storage to help prevent video loss by storing locally when communication to the NVR or video service is off-line. The equIP Series S features P-Iris, which enables sharper images with better clarity and contrast by optimizing the depth of field and sensitivity most suited to any application.

“Expanding our portfolio allows the equIP Series to truly offer an IP video solution for every installation,” said Chris Koetsier, director of product marketing, Honeywell Security Group. “equIP series is ONVIF Profile S compatible, providing open, broad, third-party integration.”

The new cameras enhance Honeywell’s growing line of IP video technologies, allowing dealers to provide a complete end-to-end solution. Other IP offerings include the company’s MAXPRO portfolio of cloud-hosted services, NVRs, and hybrid recording devices, as well as its flagship video management system and encoders. Adding the equIP Series S cameras to the line gives integrators greater flexibility when designing IP video systems that can fit a range of budgets and installations.

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