Honeywell announced additions to its growing portfolio of video technology to help security professionals more easily design connected building systems. The company has added several devices to its line of equIP series cameras, designed to produce better picture quality in the most challenging of conditions. It also announced the newest version of its MAXPRO network video recorder (NVR), which improves operators’ abilities to quickly store and locate archived video, as well as more easily create integrated surveillance systems.

These additions are the latest enhancements to Honeywell’s overall portfolio of video technology designed to improve ease of use for operators, simplify installation for security professionals, and provide higher quality video to help protect facilities. The company also recently launched a line of HDZ cameras that provide high image quality in low-light applications in a vandal-resistant camera housing. The equIP and HDZ cameras and MAXPRO NVRs integrate with Honeywell and third-party ONVIF S products for a complete, fully integrated IP solution. In addition, MAXPRO NVR status monitor allows users to more easily check the status of their system.

The equIP cameras feature low-light capability, a simplified user experience, and quick installation. The updated line includes cameras that come in four megapixel (4MP), 1080p, and 1080p ultra-low-light resolutions. These cameras feature wide dynamic range imaging, which provides accurate video capture in high-contrast lighting and extreme backlit scenes, and use edge enhancement for maximum clarity.

“This complete IP solution integrates new cameras that provide high-quality video in ultra-low-light environments with new technology in the NVRs that monitors the status of the system and provides an integrated offering for dealers and more features and benefits to end users,” said Gerald Coste, global video product director, Honeywell Security and Fire. “There isn’t an environment that this system can’t go into.”

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