Vista releases new ANPR bollard camera

Cameras can be used as stand alone units or in conjunction with company's VNPR software


4th June 2009, Reading - UK Vista’s attractive new range of ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) bollard cameras has been designed to accurately and reliably capture number plates for situations where entry/exit barriers are in use.

The cameras, which can be used as stand alone units or in conjunction with Vista’s VNPR software, have an impressive 98% image capture rate for legal retro-reflective plates. The use of IR LED illumination means that there is no need for regular bulb changes. It also ensures that reliable images can be collected day and night, no matter what the lighting conditions.

The cameras have been cleverly re-designed to make installation as simple and quick as possible. Each unit comes completely pre-configured so that there are no complicated installation settings, other than ensuring that the camera is pointing in the right direction. They are also hugely reliable and will provide your customer with year upon year of hassle-free operation.

“The range comes in a variety of options with a common look across all the models,” says Mark Pritchard, Vista’s divisional director. “ The new design both looks great and is suitable for a wide range of applications, including automated car parks, retail parks, airports, hotels and many more.”

For more information please visit www.vista-cctv.com.