Dinion IP cameras are modern, hybrid systems that support legacy-direct analog output, as well as modern network delivery. They can stream video simultaneously on both channels. Supporting the award-winning Dinion digital imaging technology, they provide proven, dependable service for the most demanding security and surveillance requirements.
Unsurpassed flexibility The Dinion IP is a true hybrid camera. Equipped with both Ethernet and BNC connections, it can simultaneously stream IP video across a local or wide area network and CVBS video via coaxial cable to support existing analog equipment. It can fit seamlessly into an existing analog system, making use of installed equipment, while providing new IP-based functionality.
There are many ways to access the camera’s video: on a PC using a web browser, using Bosch's DiBos Digital Video Recorder, with VIDOS or BVMS video management systems, or via a Bosch IP video decoder for viewing on an analog CVBS or VGA monitor. The BNC connection provides direct input to a conventional analog matrix switcher or DVR, further enhancing the Dinion IP's viewing and recording flexibility.
Efficient bandwidth and storage management The cameras use MPEG-4 compression, bandwidth throttling, and multicasting capabilities to manage bandwidth and storage requirements efficiently, while delivering the best image quality and resolution. Bosch's innovative tri-streaming feature enables Dinion IP cameras to generate two independent MPEG-4 streams and a MJPEG stream simultaneously. This allows streaming of highquality images for live viewing, while recording at a reduced frame rate, and streaming M-JPEG images to a remote PDA device at the same time. The M-JPEG video stream also provides easy integration with third-party JPEG or M-JPEGcompatible video management systems.
The Dinion IP cameras offer unparalleled recording options. Attached to the network, they can use iSCSI devices directly, as well as Network Video Recorders (NVRs). The iSCSI RAID5 storage support enables the cameras to function as a conventional DVR, while streaming highperformance live video across the network. The cameras also offer 10 Mb internal RAM storage.
Cost effective, simple installation Dinion IP cameras contain a built-in Power over Ethernet- (PoE) complaint network adapter. Power over Ethernet transmits power from the network switch, over the Ethernet cable, directly to the camera. This makes installation easier and less expensive, because cameras can now be installed in places where AC power is not available.
Three models of Megapixel cameras are available: The NWC-0700 color model is equipped with a two megapixel (MP) sensor, the NWC-0800 color 3.1 MP model provides high definition imaging at extended distances, the NWC-0900 day/night dual sensor camera includes a 3.1 MP color camera for daytime imaging, and a 1.3 MP high-sensitivity monochrome camera for night or low light imaging. The live video stream produced from Megapixel cameras may be viewed and recorded with the Bosch DiBos Hybrid digital video recorder (DVR). In addition, the DiBos recorder allows Megapixel cameras to be easily integrated into mixed systems supporting both digital and analog closed circuit television (CCTV) surveillance components, allowing a gradual phased-in upgrade path for older systems.
These cameras are particularly well suited for environments filled with people and vehicles, such as airports, highways, banks, sidewalk ATMs or stadiums. The Megapixel cameras' ability to zoom in and clearly distinguish faces and license plates in crowded areas makes them invaluable to detecting dangerous activity and ensuring safety for the surrounding population. Because of the high resolution image capture, security personnel can zoom in with impressive precision when playing back the video, even if the scene was originally captured at a significant distance.