Hanwha Releases 5 New IP-Based Thermal Cameras

Hanwha says the thermal cameras require no ambient light and provide excellent image quality in darkness or challenging environments.

Hanwha Techwin America, a video surveillance manufacturer, recently unveiled five new IP-based Wisenet thermal cameras.

Hanwha says the new cameras require no ambient light and provide excellent image quality in darkness or challenging environments such as smoke and fog.

The cameras feature selectable 13/19/35mm lenses and are available in both bullet and PT mounts. They also include digital image stabilization with gyro sensors and H.264/265 based WiseStream II compression technology. On-board storage of up to 256GB is available through a SD/SDHC/SDXC memory slot.

The new thermal cameras are powered by the Wisenet 5 chip to provide advanced analytics including tampering and shock detection, loitering, directional detection, plus audio detection and classification for gunshots, glass breaks and screams, according to the company.

Motion detection with handover enables the thermal cameras to inform standard p/t/z cameras where to target their lenses to gather additional information on an event.

“A unique aspect of the new thermal cameras is their ability to detect temperature changes in the frame,” says Kichul Kim, president, Hanwha Techwin America. “Combining thermal sensors with our industry-leading Wisenet 5 chipset features brings a new level of performance and analytics to the market. Seeing in the dark is not enough. Our customers want industry-leading intelligence features as well.”

Hanwha Thermal Camera Models

TNO-4051T

  • 35mm fixed lens
  • Detects vehicles at a max distance of 3157m/10,358ft, persons at 1235m/4052ft
  • PT mount

TNO-4050T

  • 35mm fixed lens
  • Detects vehicles at a max distance of 3157m/10,358ft, persons at 1235m/4052ft
  • Bullet type

TNO-4041T

  • 19mm fixed lens
  • Detects vehicles at a max distance of 1714m/5623ft, persons at 674m/2211ft
  • PT mount

TNO-4040T

  • 19mm fixed lens
  • Detects vehicles at a max distance of 1714m/5623ft, persons at 674m/2211ft
  • Bullet type

TNO-4030T

  • 13mm fixed lens
  • Detects vehicles at a max distance of 1173m/3848ft, persons at 459m/1506ft
  • Bullet type

www.hanwhasecurity.com

Read More Articles Like This… With A FREE Subscription

Campus Safety magazine is another great resource for public safety, security and emergency management professionals. It covers all aspects of campus safety, including access control, video surveillance, mass notification and security staff practices. Whether you work in K-12, higher ed, a hospital or corporation, Campus Safety magazine is here to help you do your job better!

Get your free subscription today!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Get Our Newsletters
Campus Safety HQ