Axis Communications has launched two ultra-compact network cameras.
The AXIS M3011 and AXIS M3014 Fixed Dome Network Cameras are designed for quick and easy recessed-mount installation and ideal for unobtrusive video surveillance. Multiple H.264 video streams as well as Motion JPEG can be retrieved simultaneously, either in full frame rate or individually optimised for different quality needs and bandwidth constraints.
Axis M3014 megapixel network camera
"Measuring only 9 cm wide and protruding only 3 cm from the ceiling, AXIS M3011/M3014 will be an attractive offer fulfilling the market's demand for compact and discreet fixed dome cameras," says executive vice president of Axis Communications, Anders Laurin. "The design of AXIS M3011/M3014 is optimised for quick and easy installation in drop ceilings and they will constitute a strong addition to our new generation of video products, offering high-performance H.264 compression and unique streaming capabilities."
AXIS M3011 provides VGA resolution video, whereas AXIS M3014 is a 1,3 megapixel network camera. Both models use progressive scan technology, providing full resolution images of moving objects without distortion, making it possible to view image details needed for identifying individuals and objects of interest. AXIS M3011/M3014 offer multiple video streams that can be individually optimised in H.264 as well as Motion JPEG. MPEG-4 Part 2 is supported for backward compatibility.
The cover ring is available in a range of colours to suit interior design. Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af) supplies power to the cameras via the network, eliminating the need for power cables and reducing installation costs. In addition, these network cameras support the market’s most extensive suite of security and network management capabilities, including HTTPS encryption with preserved performance, IPv4/IPv6 and Quality of Service.
For more information contact Roy Alves, country manager, Axis Communications, +27 (0)11 548 6780, firstname.lastname@example.org