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1st April 2020 Issue no. 501
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Class-leading Bullet shoots from afar
The latest addition to the Xvision range is a Long Range IR Bullet Camera with Smart IR Nightvision and an incredible 120m IR range. XC960BN is an IP66 rated device, suitable for indoor and outdoor use, and can be mounted to a ceiling or wall with it's cable managed bracket.
Quick and simple setup allows the user to adjust its numerous settings such as Lens, Exposure, White Balance, Backlight, Day/Night and. This gives the freedom to alter each level to the most effective settings for the camera's environment, ensuring that the quality of the pictures received are of the highest possible standard, Day or Night. Plug & Play cabling makes for easy connection to a compatible DVR or Monitor.
The HD 960H resolution makes it suitable for commercial or domestic premises where a Super High Resolution image is needed. The Xvision varifocal 5 to 50mm Auto Iris lens gives viewing angles between 6° and 49°. Furthermore the XC960BN has Programmable High Light Suppression and Headlight Compensation enabling Number Plate recognition up to a distance of 25m.
This intelligent IR camera automatically switches from colour to black and white in low light conditions for optimal day to night performance. Energy efficient Infra Red LED's make it possible to view as far as 120m in the pitch black, with a 0.0003 lux low light sensitivity, allowing cleaner images to be seen in complete darkness. The Sony 960H CCD sensor coupled with Xvisions' X3K Digital Signalling Processing (DSP) enhance the quality of the colour images whilst 3D Digital Noise Reduction eliminates grain and image noise.
The XC960BN and Xvision HD 960H range are available Nationwide through Y3K distributors including more than 90 branches of WF Senate. Contact Y3K Europe if you require any further information, or go to www.y3k.com.
15th April 2015