Video control specialist Bewator, has launched a new
dome camera, SOLARIS, that offers unparalleled levels of accuracy, speed and
configurability. Incorporating the latest security technology, SOLARIS is
suitable both for internal and external use in areas such as town and city
centres, airports, retail and commercial buildings.
Installation of the dome is fast and simple with a single, external connection
plug and configuration is achieved using on screen display menus such as
presets, privacy zones setting or diagnostics.
SOLARIS is fitted with an External Termination Unit (XTU), which enables users
to set up the dome easily and accurately using the LCD panel and a range of
intuitive menus. The XTU can be positioned on a wall or at ground level for
The dome has a range of features designed to provide the latest in security
· High picture quality
· 24 privacy zones masking: 8 zones are displayed on screen at all times - even
when using 3rd party control equipment
· Day/night switching capability on the external model
· High/low speed controllability
· 99 pre-set positions with a pan and tilt acquisition time of less than 1
second - including acceleration and deceleration. Combined with high resolution
control on Pan/Tilt commands, this allows superb positional accuracy when
re-acquisition of pre-set views is required.
· 1 Patrol tour (or pattern) set up which allows operator’s manual movement such
as zoom and focus, to be recorded and for a period of time as part of a preset.
This can then be replayed continuously or every time a patrol is recalled
· Sector definition, allowing up to 16 zones to be named with up to 24
characters. Street names, floor numbers, etc. may be input so that the sector in
which an incident is taking place may be instantly identified.
Mark Wherrett, Video Control Product Manager at Bewator said, “We pride
ourselves in offering customers highly functional, flexible and scaleable
products that are easily integrated with new and existing security systems.
“SOLARIS has been developed with our customers in mind, which is why we have
made it so simple to set up and use, and provides end-users with a great deal of
flexibility - at a very competitive price.”
SOLARIS can be controlled via a range of protocols such as Molynx, VCL, DM,
Pelco and Ernitec ERNA, enabling it to be fully integrated with most security
systems and technologies.
“Service and maintenance issues were at the core of our development of SOLARIS,”
confirmed Wherrett. “We work hard to ensure our products are easy to work with
for installers, integrators and end-users, whether they are being used as part
of a small or large system, an upgrade or an expansion.”
For further information please contact:
Mark Wherrett, Video Product Management, tel: +44 1633 820 626
The Bewator Group are international leaders in the field of Access Security. The
Business Areas of Bewator develop and market products and systems within access,
video and parking control.
According to leading market analysts Frost & Sullivan, Bewator is ranked as one
of the top three European Access Control suppliers. In addition, Bewator is
reported to hold the dominant number one position in Scandinavia.
Bewator has some 300 employees with the group headquarters located in Solna,
Sweden and subsidiaries in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Germany, the U.K.,
Belgium, the Netherlands and Canada.
Bewator’s major shareholder is EQT, founded by Investor AB, a holding company in
the Wallenberg Group. Investor AB also has controlling interests in other
leading Swedish international companies such as SAAB, Electrolux, Atlas Copco,
Ericsson, ABB and AstraZeneca