Pixim Inc. announced that deView electronics introduced eight new cameras integrating Seawolf, Pixim’s newest chip. Models include box, indoor dome, vandal dome, ATM, and single-gang box-in-wall-plate and name plate cameras. The Seawolf-based domes are designed with a patent-pending, quick-install adaptor for easy mounting on walls and ceilings, while the name plate camera allows the end user to capture facial shots from an ordinary-looking desk name plate. Seawolf cameras by deView are specified at an effective resolution of 690 HTVL and offer the industry’s proven best wide dynamic range, according to Pixim. In addition, Seawolf-based cameras require just 0.1 lux of illumination to produce usable, color images at 30 frames per second. Pixim chips are incorporated into more than one million security cameras worldwide.
New Camera Models Based on Seawolf Chip
June 27, 2011