Samsung unveils new compact ATM and IR dome analog cameras

Introductions complement comprehensive selection of surveillance cameras


Dallas, TX (October 12, 2010) - Samsung Techwin America, a global supplier of video surveillance and security products combining superior performance and value, is highlighting two new analog cameras at ASIS 2010 - a high-resolution compact ATM camera and a high-resolution IR dome. These introductions demonstrate a continuing commitment to providing advanced features and functionality to users who remain in the analog market.

SCB-3020 is a 1/3-inch high resolution ATM camera that provides 600 TV lines of resolution with minimum illumination of 0.45 lux at F2.0 (color). Features include a built-in 3.7mm fixed lens, coaxial control (CCVC) and 12vDC input power. Additional features are 128x Wide Dynamic Range, virtual progressive scan, motion detection, intelligent video and digital noise reduction (adaptive 3D+2D). Dimensions are 1.91x2.1x1.58 inches.

SCD-2080R is a 1/3-inch high resolution IR dome camera that senses 0 lux illumination with the infrared LED at an IR distance of 65 feet. Other features are a 3.6x (2.8 - 10mm) varifocal lens, coaxial (Pelco-C) control and 12vDC input voltage. Additional features include true day/night with IR cut filter, motion detection and digital noise reduction (adaptive 3D+2D).

"Samsung's new analog cameras deliver outstanding image quality to meet the continued demands of legacy installations," said Frank DeFina, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, North America, Samsung Techwin America. "These cameras combine features that integrators and users want for specific applications with Samsung's unique combination of high performance and outstanding value."

For more information visit www.samsungsecurityusa.com.