inMotion uses Pixim's Seawolf chip in its new true day night box cameras

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - September 19, 2011 - Pixim Inc., a leading provider of imaging chips for enterprise security cameras, announced that inMotion Ltd has entered production on two record-breaking cameras based on Pixim's new Seawolf chip. The in22 and in23 are the world's smallest true day night (TDN) Seawolf-powered box cameras. The in22 is single voltage while the in23 is a dual voltage camera with 12VDC and 24VAC.They will be on display during the 2011 ASIS International Seminar and Exhibits held September 19-21 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

Based on Seawolf, inMotion's customers now have access to unobtrusive TDN box cameras with 690 HTVL effective resolution as well as the industry's proven best wide dynamic range. Additionally, the Seawolf-based TDN camera requires just 0.1 lux of illumination to produce accurate color images at a full 30 frames per second.

"We are excited to be developing another camera based on Seawolf," says Kai Leuze, chief executive officer for inMotion. "Our existing line of cameras has proven the all-lighting capabilities of Seawolf, and the in22 and in23 will be no exception."

"One of the reasons Seawolf was designed as a single chip rather than with a separate imager and processor was to allow manufacturers to create compact camera formats," explains John Monti, Pixim's vice president of marketing and business development. "It's nice to see a quality manufacturer taking advantage of Seawolf's design and selling into this rapidly growing market segment."