Basler's new IP camera generation features CCD and CMOS sensor models
Ahrensburg, 09 September 2010 – Basler's new IP camera generation will include new CCD camera models with resolutions from VGA to 2 megapixels and frame rates of up to 100 fps. In addition, Basler will introduce their first CMOS sensor IP cameras with resolutions of up to 5 megapixels. First models will be available in the last quarter of 2010.
The first new IP camera model, the BIP2-1300c-dn high definition IP camera, can provide real-time video at frame rates of up to 30 fps. The BIP2-1300c-dn will be available in November.
Basler's new IP camera models feature multistreaming and multi-encoding with up to three image streams using any encoder type combination (MJPEG, MJPEG-4, H.264).
"Our new IP camera generation CCD camera models employ the best sensor technology providing our IP camera's well-known light sensitivity capabilities at even higher frame rates," states Gerrit Schreiber, Product Manager IP Components, Basler Vision Technologies. "And with the additional CMOS sensor camera models, we can now outfit an even wider range of surveillance applications."
Basler will present their new IP camera models at the upcoming ASIS show in Dallas as well as at this year's Security Essen tradeshow in Germany.