Supercharge your analog security system with Honeywell’s HQA technology for high definition 720p images over your existing coax infrastructure. The Performance Series HQA line includes a wide range of high performing IR cameras that are easy to install and even easier to use.
Honeywell 16-channel digital video recording solution, HSVR-16, is an easy-to-use mobile access enabled DVR. It deploys a high definition H.264 video codec. This DVR supports TV, VGA and HDMI output at the same time. Customers can easily connect the DVR to monitor or TV to display surveillance pictures and control the viewing via remote controller. HSVR-16 is compatible with many 3rd party systems with its wide variety of alarm activation functions such as alarm triggered recording, short message posting and snapshot taken.
The Performance Series line rounds out Honeywell’s camera portfolio with a variety of indoor, outdoor, and low-light cameras that are ideal for a diverse range of applications. Superior Image Quality Sharp, detailed ultra-high resolution image (700 TVL) Vivid color pictures by day and clear black-and-white pictures at night Excellent low-light performance (0.1 lux color, 0 lux b/w) 2.8–12 mm varifocal manual iris lens 24-Hour Surveillance True Day/Night capability 42 IR LEDs provide up to 100 ft (30 m) of illumination, depending on scene reflectance Dependable Outdoor Performance Weatherproof IP66-rated housing Vandal resistant
The Performance Series rounds out Honeywell’s camera portfolio with a variety of indoor, outdoor and low-light cameras that lets end users pick the perfect camera for virtually any installation. Ideal for a diverse range of applications, the Performance Series includes a wide range of high performing IR bullet cameras and minidomes that are easy to install and even easier to use.
Honeywell’s new HBD7S day/night bullet camera delivers high-quality color images during the day and clear black-and-white images in low light. It comes equipped with a 2.8–12 mm varifocal auto iris lens and features 3D motion digital noise reduction (3DNR), resulting in a cleaner picture and giving users the ability to record for longer periods using their existing DVR unit. Digital slow shutter function provides increased light sensitivity, extending the camera’s usable range, while digital wide dynamic range (D-WDR) technology provides improved image quality in unevenly lit scenes.