Two-megapixel IP Network Dome Camera (IK-WR14A)

Toshiba Surveillance & IP Video is now offering a two-megapixel IP network dome camera (IK-WR14A) capable of capturing 1080p full HD resolution video at 30 frames-per-second in virtually any lighting condition, indoors or outdoors.

One of the keys to the camera's appeal to installers is its incorporation of remote optical zoom, one-touch remote focus, and a new cable management system based on time-saving Power over Ethernet (PoE). These features slash the time and labor expense associated with installing an IP camera. In addition, the IK-WR14A is ONVIF compliant, making it interoperable with a wide range of third-party IP solutions.

The camera's powerful two-megapixel CMOS sensor gives it the ability to capture the smallest of details, for example, accurately recognizing facial features or reading license plates on moving cars. In addition, because the sensor will also scan large viewing areas, such as a parking lot or a department store floor, a single IK-WR14A can replace as many as five standard resolution (640 x 480) cameras, making it a cost-effective alternative. The camera's capabilities are further enhanced by a 3x optical zoom lens system that offers an exceptionally wide angle of view.

Capturing video in extreme lighting environments remains a challenge for many security camera manufacturers. Toshiba has overcome this problem with exclusive SRLED (Single Reflection LED) technology that provides edge-to-edge lighting for night-vision down to 0 lux. Built-in day/night IR filters remove unnecessary colors in near complete darkness for the sharpest black-and-white image. For backlighting difficulties confronted when cameras face bright outside daylight, the IK-WR14A features a wide dynamic range that optimizes visibility by taking two samples of the same image, one at slow shutter for the bright area and one at fast shutter for the dark area. These two images are then combined to avoid the subject being silhouetted.

As tough as it is smart, the IK-WR14A features a vandal-resistant IP66 outdoor metal housing, along with an electronic tamper-detection system that senses whenever the lens has been blocked, spray painted, or redirected. The camera immediately responds to tampering with an email emergency notification. These features qualify the IK-WR14A for areas subjected to frequent vandalism, including public places, schools and jails.

Two-way audio and H.264 space-saving compression round-out the camera feature set.

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