Seco-Larm’s EV-Y1501-A2WQ analog, weatherproof bullet camera operates between –22°F and 131°F. The cables are concealed in the bracket to prevent tampering, and the viewing angle is 121 degrees. The lens is 2.8 mm with an IR range of up to 50 ft.
Vivotek’s FE9380-HV camera is made of weather- and vandal-proof housing. It features a built-in microphone and WDR Pro for improved visibility in bright and dark environments. It has a 360-degree IR illumination up to a 10m radius. There is a micro card slot for onboard storage.
Leviton’s 68A11-1 indoor/outdoor camera enables users to view live surveillance footage on a smartphone or tablet. It features a full, high-definition recording at 1080p at up to 30 frames per second. It automatically switches to black and white at night and has a weatherproof housing. It operates in temperatures between 14°F–122°F.
Johnson Controls’ thermal imager performs skin temperature scanning while people are walking past it. Embedded, advanced facial-detection technology and rapid scanning times quickly alert operators to an elevated skin temperature reading. It features a 5-megapixel color/thermal camera with built-in, A.I.-enabled face detection technology that isolates the forehead.
Vivotek’s MS9390-HV panoramic network security camera offers a 180-degree panoramic view. It features a built-in microphone and a smart motion detection to reduce false alarms. The built-in IR illuminators are effective up to 20 m. The housing is water- and vandalproof. It features 20 degrees of internal tilt adjustment on the lenses.
Vivotek’s FE9381-EHV camera features a 1.47 mm fish-eye lens for 180-degree panoramic view for wall mounts and 360-degree surround view for ceiling mounts. The housing is vandal- and weather-proof. It can provide coverage of open areas, such as airports, shopping malls and more. It features a removable IR-cut filter for day and night functions.