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Dallmeier has added another model to its 5200 Nightline series, the MDF5200HD-DN. The German makers describe the product as a compact module camera, suited for use in automated teller machines, gambling tables and display panels.
The 5200 Nightline series has been developed the company says for changing light conditions for 24-hour use. For low-light use, the high light sensitivity of the sensor and the image processing ensure it’s claimed crisp colour images even in the dark. In night mode, the cameras have infrared sensitivity.
The camera is built into a small sensor enclosure and a separate encoder enclosure. As a compact design, the camera is the firm says suited for installations in automated teller machines, gambling tables and display panels – the corresponding mounting brackets are already included ex works. The IP camera comes with a quarter-inch tripod socket on the top and bottom, so it fits all standard brackets.
The camera provides up to 2K Full-HD video with up to 30 frames per second at full resolution (1080p/30). It has a motor-driven megapixel varifocal lens that is tuned to the image sensor. The adjustment of zoom, focus and iris is made via a web browser, and no manual lens setting is required on site.
The product’s RAM memory is used by the EdgeStorage function for storing the video stream in case of a network failure. When the network is restored, the SmartBackfill function gives transmission to the SMAVIA recording system. This stores the video stream at high speed and then continues the recording of the live stream – this means that no picture data ever gets lost, even if the network goes down temporarily. Visit Dallmeier.com.