New cameras dome LW9226 LG LW9228 combines advanced technology and stylish design, and are suitable for both interior and exterior use. Thanks to its auto-tracking function, it is very easy to handle these cameras even in an environment without supervision, as dynamic objects and their movements can be automatically captured by the cameras.

LG has launched two new models of cameras dome IP PTZ with which strengthens its range of security systems to the professional sector. The two new models dome LW9226 and LW9228 have been designed to provide one excellent response both in interior and exterior applications. Both cameras feature a stylish design, CCD EX-view HAD 4, 5 mm LG XDI-S2 advanced technology, and are able to reproduce videos and images with great fluidity to 704 × 480 resolution and 30 fps. Thanks to its auto-tracking function, it is very easy to handle these cameras even in an environment without supervision, as dynamic objects and their movements can be automatically captured by the cameras. The new LG models can record videos in high resolution even in poorly-lit environments, which is especially useful in outdoor applications, because they can be correctly recorded images of high quality even at night. With a minimum illumination of up to only 0.00001 lux, dark scenarios are never a problem for these cameras. In addition, can operate in the weather very different conditions, including temperatures between - 25 ° and 55 ° C, which, together with their shells vandalproof, makes them very suitable for use in exterior systems. The new models dome PTZ IP joined the broad and powerful range of exterior, interior and vandal-proof of LG product. The comprehensive range includes advanced video surveillance cameras IP, analog models of high performance, hybrid DVR recorders, LCD monitors, solutions for the control of access and a full range of accessories for all the teams, to ensure the reliability and comfort of its customers.


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By • May 19, 2011
• Section: Security