Bosch infrared offers affordable option
Jennifer BrownProducts CCTV
The WZ Series Integrated IR Bullet and Dome Cameras from Bosch Security Systems provide reliable round-the-clock surveillance in any lighting condition. The cameras offer resolutions up to 540 TVL and night vision imaging up to a distance of 150 feet.
Integrated active infrared illumination delivers low-noise images at night to minimize video storage requirements. The photocell-controlled LEDs provide accurate on/off switching for optimum performance and energy efficiency.
At the top of the line, the WZ-20 delivers 540 TVL high-resolution imaging and a 5 to 50 mm varifocal auto-iris IR-corrected lens, which delivers the same sharp image quality day or night. With 30 high-power LEDs, the infrared capability provides night vision up to 150 feet, and CCD technology from Bosch delivers outstanding response to infrared illumination with low-smear and low-streak images.
The WZ-18 features a 2.8 to 12 mm varifocal auto-iris lens and a dual window IR-Cut and IR-Pass filter for vivid colour during the day. The WZ-16 includes a 3.8 to 9.5 mm varifocal lens with mechanical filter technology for accurate daytime color. Both cameras deliver night vision up to 66 feet. In addition, the affordable WZ-14 has a 4 mm fixed lens and infrared capabilities up to 49 feet.
The user-friendly WZ-45 Integrated IR Dome camera features a 540 TVL mechanical filter CCD and 18 high-efficiency LEDs for vibrant daytime color and 60 feet of active infrared night vision.
The entire range is designed for indoor and outdoor environments with robust aluminum water-resistant or all-weather housings that survive the elements. Their compact and tough design makes the camera series ideal for a wide range of residential, commercial and industrial sites, including hotels, service stations and warehouses.
Versatile mounting options and easy adjustment of focus and zoom with no special tools required also make the series very simple to install.
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