Infinova to showcase new line of H.264/M-JPEG cameras at ISC West

New cameras feature 3 simultaneous video streams


MONMOUTH JUNCTION, NJ – March 10, 2011 – Infinova today announced that it will introduce its new family of 13 N-Series 3.0 megapixel M-JPEG and 2.0 megapixel H.264 IP cameras plus a video encoder at ISC West in Las Vegas, April 6-8, 2011, in Booth 4117. All cameras feature three simultaneous video streams, including dual H.264 and scalable M-JPEG streams. The N-Series family includes IP PTZ dome, in-ceiling and bracket mount IP PTZ dome, fixed color IP, fixed day/night IP and megapixel color IP cameras plus vandal resistant color IP minidome, day/night IP, WDR color IP minidome, day/night IP minidome and megapixel color IP minidome cameras. An IP video encoder rounds out the family.

"Today, more and more end users are asking for megapixel cameras and wanting H.264 compression," explains Mark S. Wilson, Infinova vice president, marketing. "The verticals leading the charge into using megapixel and high definition (HD) cameras are transportation hubs, especially on concourses, warehouses, all types of lobbies and other high-incident locales."

All N-Series cameras feature H.264/M-JPEG with 30fps@NTSC/25fps@PAL. They provide motion detection and support multiple ways to handle alarms, such as sending an email or uploading to a FTP. Privacy masks and presets are standard.

The new Infinova N-Series cameras will be especially helpful when used in applications that need good video quality but at substantially lower bit rates than previous standards to save on both bandwidth and storage space. They have higher frame rates and better image quality compared with non-HD megapixel cameras.

Complete details are available by going to www.infinova.com.