How to Use X PLUS Cameras With Modular Structure

Did you know that Hanwha Techwin's Wisenet X Plus cameras have a four-part magnetic modular design and other practical features which help minimise the time installers have to spend on site?

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Installation simpler than ever. Drill. Fix. Clip. Cover.

Hanwha Techwin's X Plus cameras feature a modular design that makes installation simpler than ever. The IP network Wisenet X Plus dome cameras have been designed to significantly reduce the time normally needed for installation, set-up and maintenance adjustments. With a four-part magnetic modular design which simplifies the installation process, Wisenet X Plus dome cameras are equipped with a number of other practical features which help minimise the time installers have to spend on site.

These include:

  • Magnets which lock sensor modules into the dome housing
  • Prefigure IP network settings without the need to remove the camera module from the box
  • The network cable can be inserted through the waterproof gland with the aid of an RJ45 plastic push-through device, negating the need to re-make a cable end
  • A motorised PTRZ gimbal which enables installers to remotely pan, tilt, rotate and zoom the lens position in order to set the camera’s field of view.
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Key features

In addition to sharing many of the features built into standard Wisenet X cameras, the new dome cameras also boast a long list of other impressive features.

  • An extended tilt range of up to 85 degrees to ensure wide area coverage and particularly so when they are installed in locations which have low ceiling heights.
  • Shock-detection technology which, via built-in gyro sensors, detects unusual physical shocks and generates alerts to enable operators to quickly respond to any incidents.
  • Audio playback on event. Up to five pre-recorded warning messages can be stored on-board a Wisenet Plus dome camera and programmed to automatically play when pre-defined events occur.
  • Environmental protection. The six cameras have a Gore valve to protect their housings against water, salt or corrosive liquids and can be supplied with an optional weather cap. They all have an operating temperature range of -58° to 140°F (-50° to 60° C), making them suitable for use in extremely cold or hot environments.