Dahua Technology, a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of video surveillance products headquartered in Hangzhou, China is proud to announce that its 12-Megapixel panorama camera, DH-IPC-EBW81200, the winner of IP Camera and 128-channel 4K NVR, DH-NVR616DR-128-4K, the winner of NVR Secutech Excellence Award 2015.
The contest setting stimulated the real working environment and tested contestant cameras under a series of stringent criteria and it is open-voting for onsite visitors and security professionals to determine what models represent the best of the best.
The DH-IPC-EBW81200 features 1/2.3-inch 12Megapixel progressive scan CMOS, supporting max firstname.lastname@example.org-Megapixel and email@example.com-Megapixel encoding. There are multiple dewarping modes for different applications and installation modes, including original, panoramic, double panoramic, 1+3, e-PTZ and four pictures. Meanwhile, the camera supports Region of Interest (RoI), Day/Night (ICR) and DWDR to render user-friendly image mode at high quality. Moreover, its IR LEDs distance reaches up to 15 meters, further ensuring outstanding night visual effect.
The NVR winner, DH-NVR616DR-128-4K, supports 128-channel inputs with max 384Mbps incoming bandwidth and up to 12.o-Mp resolution preview and playback; the device is also integrated with fisheye dewarping function. DH-NVR616DR-128-4K has double stability assurance with RAID 0/1/5/6/10/50/60 and N+M hot standby. The device accommodates 16 hot-swap HDDs, up to 96TB; moreover, it supports iSCSI & Mini SAS to expand storage space. The device is equipped with front LCD display, which is a convenience for installation and maintenance.
“This is the fourth consecutive year to have the trophies,” said James Wang Product Director at Dahua Technology. “Over the past three years, Dahua’s IP camera stood out for its high-resolution and image quality. This year, for the first time, Dahua’s NVR shows its great compatibility and outstanding performance among other brands, presenting our excellences from front-end to back-end as a whole.”