VUMII

CompactSec

Vumii introduced IP video encoding capabilities to its already cost-effective CompactSec line of uncooled thermal perimeter security cameras. This feature provides customers with full video and camera control over IP networks using industry-compliant and bandwidth efficient H.264 encoding, eliminating the need to purchase a separate encoder for every camera.

Designed and certified to meet IEC and military standards for outdoor applications, the thermal over H.264 IP option, available on all CompactSec cameras, not only reduces the burden on network infrastructure and resources, but it also reduces the overall requirements for video storage and archiving. To make the installation of the product easier and more economical, this new version of CompactSec uses an 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) feed, eliminating the need to provide power to every camera location. For increased versatility CompactSec includes an analog video output as well as 24VAC or 11-25VDC power input options. 

The CompactSec series of thermal imaging commercial cameras was designed to offer superb performance and rugged design.

Features and Benefits

  • Based on Vumii’s innovative CompactEye engine
  • 25µ uncooled microbolemeter
  • 384x288 pixel resolution
  • Designed and certified for outdoor applications in all types of weather
  • Conforms to the IP66 Standard, sealed for humidity, water and dust
  • Human detection up to 650m
  • Easy integration and installation

Three Models Available

  • 8.5 mm lens for 65° field of view
  • 19 mm lens for 28° field of view
  • 35 mm lens for 15° field of view

 

The CompactSec series of easy to deploy, IP-enabled, uncooled thermal imaging cameras designed to offer solid performance at a very economical price. Designed and certified for outdoor applications and available in analog or IP connectivity, CompactSec is available in three models: 8.5 mm lens for 65° field of view; 19 mm lens for 28° field of view; and 35 mm lens for 15° field of view.

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