Moxa is helping bring the benefits of IP network video to challenging outdoor applications by expanding its industry-leading VPort camera line to include the VPort P26A-1MP-T.
Extremely rugged, the VPort P26A-1MP-T is a fixed dome HD IP camera purpose-engineered for harsh, outdoor environments. It features a wide operating range (-40°F to 167°F), high EMI/surge protection, IK10 vandal-proof dome cover, metal housing, and IP66-rated rain and dust protection, securing its advanced networking components from environmental damage. In addition, the camera has a built-in dehumidified membrane for diffusing moisture inside the camera to prevent fogging, icing or overheating. This technology allows the camera to operate reliably and energy-efficiently without a fan or blower.
With its megapixel resolution of 1280 x 800 at 30 fps, along with H.264/ MJPEG triple video streams and day-and-night imaging, the VPort P26A-1MP-T provides the highest quality IP surveillance imaging, replacing the lower resolution traditional analog cameras.
VPort P26A-1MP-T is designed for outdoor harsh environments. The EMI/surge protection is compliant up to Level 3 criteria in EN61000-4-2 (ESD: Contact in 6KV, Air in 8KV), EN61000-4-3 (RF: 10 V/m), EN61000-4-4 (EFT, AC/DC in 2KV, I/O in 1KV), EN61000-4-5 (Surge: 2KV), EN61000-4-6 (CS: 10 V/m ) , and EN61000-4-8 (PFMF: 10 A/m). With this superior EMI/surge protection, VPort P26A-1MP-T is the camera of choice to work in high electromagnetic interference and power surge environments, and includes a 5 year warranty.
Because preserving network bandwidth is a critical issue in IP deployments, the camera features Moxa's DynaStream function that changes the video frame rate automatically to help control network bandwidth budget and ease system management. Moxa CBR Pro guarantees no packet loss in limited bandwidth transmissions, ensuring that images will not exhibit the mosaic effect. Advanced network security functions, such as 802.1x and SSH, are also provided to prevent unauthorized access or data hijacking of surveillance video.