Bosch Expanded IP Camera Portfolio
The IP 2000, IP 4000 and IP 5000 camera series, creating a comprehensive portfolio of IP cameras for small and medium-sized organizations.
Bosch Security Systems of Fairpoint, N.Y., releases the IP 2000, IP 4000 and IP 5000 camera series, creating a comprehensive portfolio of IP cameras for small and medium-sized organizations, according to the company.
Designed for small retail businesses, the IP 2000 family includes two-in-one solutions that combine a built-in passive infrared (PIR) sensor and a 720p HD IP video surveillance camera.
For applications where cost is more important than fine scene details, the IP 4000 family offers 720p resolution. The IP 5000 family offers resolutions up to five megapixels to help users distinguish individuals or minor details.
The ONVIF-compliant cameras are equipped with content based imaging technology (CBIT) to tailor camera settings to scene contents. Video data can be stored in the cloud, on a network video recorder like the DIVAR IP 2000 recording solution from Bosch, or on the built-in SD card offered by many of the cameras.
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