Uniview’s First Multi-sensor Camera Now Available

IPC8542ER5-DUG Multi-Sensor Camera Uniview is one of the top surveillance camera manufacturers worldwide. Currently, they are the 4th largest video surveillance equipment manufacturer on the global market. With a large percentage of their revenue re-invested into R&D, Uniview continues to produce innovative video surveillance equipment. Finally, they have come to market with their first multi-sensor camera, the IPC8542ER5-DUG. This is the first product in Uniview’s new ‘OmniView’ series of panoramic cameras. Specifications The IPC8542ER5 multi-sensor camera consists of 4x2MP 1/1.8” imagers. This...

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Uniview Introduces New Mini-PTZ Network Camera

Uniview Mini-PTZ Available As one of the world’s leading security camera manufacturers, Uniview continues to push the industry forward with innovate new products. We are proud to carry and distributor all the latest technology from Uniview, including their latest Mini-PTZ camera, IPC6412LR3-X5P. Easy to Setup and Install One of the best-selling features for their new Mini-PTZ is the ease of installation. Their new camera features a sleek dome-design which allows for a variety of mounting options, such as ceiling mounted, wall mounted, or even desk...

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Uniview Starlight Camera Showdown!

Background As the world moves towards increased video surveillance, we are seeing constant innovation from the CCTV manufacturers. One of the latest and most exciting trends has been the improved low-light or 'starlight' sensors. Because the majority of crimes occur at night, it is important to improve the cameras' image quality in dark conditions. Two major manufacturers: Hikvision and Uniview, have released their low-light camera series. Hikvision released their darkfighter cameras in 2015, and published a white paper on the topic...

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Uniview Extended Transmission Feature

Background PoE is an industry standard for transmitting electric power along an Ethernet cable. This allows for a single cable to connect between the cameras and the NVR, compared to running a separate power adapter to the camera. This can significantly simplify the installation of a home security system and help keeps costs down. It also results in less points of failure, resulting in longer system uptime and easier maintenance of the security system. Uniview's Unique Solution (Extended Transmission) The typical...

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