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VPort 26A-1MP IP

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Moxa's new VPort 26A-1MP IP camera is a dome-type extreme weather HD IP camera designed to operate reliably in a -40°C to 75°C temperature range, without a fan or heater.

Designed for industrial applications, the VPort 26A-1MP is armed with rugged features for both day and night outdoor surveillance in harsh environments, and delivers superior video performance, DNR and WDR functions, and IP bandwidth optimisation.

In addition to industrial-grade reliability, Moxa says the camera provides sharp surveillance images, even in poor lighting conditions, and delivers 1,280 x 720 HD resolution at 30fps simultaneously over three video streams (2 x H.264 plus 1 x MJPEG). Its varifocal megapixel lens offers a 3-9mm focal length, and the removable IR cut filter ensures that images can be captured both day and night.

The video quality is further sharpened with built-in DNR (digital noise reduction) and WDR (wide dynamic range) technologies that help users improve video visibility to identify image details, such as faces and car number plates, even as the target moves quickly between bright and dark environments, Moxa says.

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