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30th November 2022 Issue no. 633

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Hanwha Techwin Europe launches TNV-7011RC anti-ligature camera with wide FOV

* Ligature-safe-vidcam.jpgHanwha Techwin has launched the TNV-7011RC, a compact and anti-ligature corner mount camera that offers a wide field-of-view (FOV) up to 3MP resolution and 30fps. The camera is the latest addition to the Wisenet T range, which is designed for challenging environments. 

The TNV-7011RC offers a compact and aesthetically attractive design that fits neatly into room corners and lifts, and it is built to make it impossible for ligatures to be tied around it or for it to be easily ripped off a wall. The camera comes with Hallway View to enable operators to monitor tall and narrow spaces like corridors. It additionally features Dark IR 940nm of up to 10 metres, to help with monitoring very dark areas. 

Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) in the Wisenet T series cameras captures 4 frames at different exposure levels to create a combined, clear, and vivid image even in environments with strong backlight conditions. 

A range of in-built Intelligent Video Analytics support operators to quickly detect different types of incidents including tampering, motion detection, loitering, sound detection, virtual line, and enter/exit. The analytics also detects focus and defocus, ensuring clear images are relayed consistently to operators.

WiseStream II compression technology, when used with the H.265 codec, enables storage and bandwidth savings of up to 75% when compared to the use of H.264 video compression alone.  It also dynamically controls encoding, balancing quality and compression according to movement in the image.

For more information on the TNV-7011RC click here.

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