Samsung Cctv Camera delivers a comprehensive line of security cameras and surveillance solutions for analog and network based systems deliver extraordinary capabilities in both image quality, and day-to-day performance. Samsung Techwin’s video surveillance products are based upon cutting edge technologies that are unique in the security industry.
Samsung Cctv di rancang untuk kepuasan dalam memantau Asset berharga seperti Pabrik, Warehaouse / Gudang, Gedung perkantoran, Apartement, Airport, Rumah sakit, Klinik, Bank, Pom bensin dan Aset Property lainnya. Harganya yang cukup mahal menjamin kualitasnya yang prima. Untuk Produk Cctv analog Samsung mempunyai beberapa Type menurut fungsi dan kegunaannya, yaitu :
High Resolution Mini Dome Camera
• High resolution of 600TV lines
• Min. illumination 0Lux (IR LED on), IR distance 7m
• Powerful 25x optical zoom (3.6 ~ 91mm) and 16x digital zoom
• Motion adaptive digital noise reduction (3D+2D)
• True Day & Night (ICR)
• VPS (Virtual Progressive Scan)
• Privacy masking with 12 programmable zones (Polygonal mosaic)
• Intelligent video analysis
• SSDR (Samsung Super Dynamic Range)
• HLC (Highlight Compensation)
A smart camera or intelligent camera is a vision system which, in addition to image capture circuitry, is capable of extracting application-specific information from the captured images, along with generating event descriptions or making decisions that are used in an intelligent and automated system. A smart camera is a self-contained, standalone vision system with built-in image sensor in the housing of an industrial video camera. It contains all necessary communication interfaces, e.g. Ethernet, as well as industry-proof 24V I/O lines for connection to a PLC, actuators, relays or pneumatic valves. It is not necessarily larger than an industrial or surveillance camera. A capability in machine vision generally means a degree of development such that these capabilities are ready for use on individual applications. This architecture has the advantage of a more compact volume compared to PC-based vision systems and often achieves lower cost, at the expense of a somewhat simpler (or omitted) user interface.
Although often used for simpler applications, modern smart cameras can rival PCs in terms of processing power and functionalities. Smart cameras have been marketed since the mid 80s. In the 21st century they have reached widespread use, since technology allowed their size to be reduced and their processing power reached several thousand MIPS (devices with 1 GHz processors and up to 8000MIPS are available as of end of 2006).
Having a dedicated processor in each unit, smart cameras are especially suited for applications where several cameras must operate independently and often asynchronously, or when distributed vision is required (multiple inspection or surveillance points along a production line or within an assembly machine).