Network Camera acquires images in all lighting conditions.
March 29, 2005 09:18 - Built around ARTPEC-2 video compression chip, AXIS 221 Day and Night Network Camera utilizes Pentax lens and progressive scan CCD image sensor. It also offers power over Ethernet and built-in video motion detection as well as simultaneous Motion JPEG and true MPEG-4 full frame rate video streams. Suited for surveillance in indoor and outdoor environments, camera takes color video when there is sufficient light and black-and-white video under dark conditions.
Axis Introduces Day and Night Network Camera for Professional Applications
CHELMSFORD, Mass. ¨C (March 8, 2005) ¨C Axis Communications, the global leader in the network video market, today announced the AXIS 221 Day & Night Network Camera, a high performance camera offering progressive scan, Power over Ethernet (PoE) and built-in video motion detection. The AXIS 221 provides high-quality images under all lighting conditions and is an ideal surveillance solution for indoor and outdoor environments, including education, transportation, retail, government and healthcare applications.
The AXIS 221, which is built around the ARTPEC-2 video compression chip, is a true day/night camera that provides color video when there is sufficient light and black-and-white video under dark conditions. It offers unparalleled image quality with simultaneous Motion JPEG and true MPEG-4 full frame rate video streams, which allows systems to optimize image quality and bandwidth efficiency.
"The AXIS 221 is one of our most advanced network cameras and represents a new generation of high-performance cameras from Axis," said Fredrik Nilsson, general manager of Axis Communications. "With the security industry shifting to IP-based systems for improved performance and reliability, cameras such as the AXIS 221 are certain to be the way of the future."
The AXIS 221 uses a high performance Pentax lens and a progressive scan CCD image sensor that enables moving images to be presented without distortion or blur. Its PoE functionality is built according to the IEEE 802.3af standard, which reduces installation costs and consolidates the power source to a central location. The camera also provides video motion detection for the reduction of bandwidth use and storage capacity. It is supported by the industry's largest base of application software through the Axis ADP program, as well as the Axis Camera Station video management software.
The AXIS 221 and all protective housings will be available through Axis' distribution channels in April 2005. The manufacturer's suggested retail price for the AXIS 221 Network Camera is $1,199.
Axis increases the value of network solutions. The company is an innovative market leader in network video and print servers. Axis' products and solutions are focused on applications such as security, surveillance, remote monitoring and document management. The products are based on in-house developed chip technology, which is also sold to third parties.
Axis was founded in 1984 and is listed on the O-list (Attract 40) of Stockholmsb?rsen (XSSE: AXIS). Axis operates globally with offices in 15 countries and in cooperation with distributors, system integrators and OEM partners in 70 countries. Markets outside Sweden account for more than 95% of sales. Information about Axis can be found at www.axis.com.
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