Weather-resistant ‘bullet type’ fixed camera with IPELA ENGINE EX™ processing for clear pictures and high sensitivity, plus image stabilisation and Advanced IR technology
The SNC-EB602R is a weather-resistant, easy to install ‘bullet-type’ fixed network camera. It’s ideal for a wide range of outdoor security and surveillance tasks, from city centres, transport systems and retail centres to schools and colleges.
Sony’s acclaimed Exmor CMOS sensor captures crisp HD pictures, while industry-leading sensitivity delivers clear, low-noise images in challenging low light conditions.
The award-winning IPELA ENGINE EX platform uses unique signal processing to boost image quality in a wide range of operating environments, while state-of-the-art video analytics technologies offer more efficient security operations based on user-defined rules.
View-DR expands dynamic range to assist with identifying human faces and other objects in high-contrast and strongly backlit scenes, like sun-drenched offices or car park entrances. Visibility Enhancer (VE) dynamically fine-tunes image brightness and colours on a pixel-by-pixel basis, while XDNR (eXcellent Dynamic Noise Reduction) dramatically reduces noise, minimising motion blur in low light conditions. DEPA Advanced Intelligent Video Analytics to trigger an alarm based on user-defined rules.
The camera can see in conditions of complete darkness, with built-in IR (infrared) illumination that’s coupled with Advanced IR technology to capture near and far-away objects without overexposure.
The image stabiliser keeps images stable for crisper footage, even when the camera is subject to vibration on a mounting pole or bracket.
Designed for round-the-clock outdoor use, the unitised camera can operate in extreme temperatures from -30°C to +50°C and is IP66 rated for resistance to water and dust. The unique mounting arm simplifies installation with flexible two-axis adjustment of viewing angle. For extra convenience, a built-in sunshade helps cut glare for improved picture quality and contrast on brightly-lit days.