AVer launches first 3-megapixel box type IP camera with True WDR
Taipei, Taiwan – May 7, 2013 – AVer (TWSE: 3669), a major global provider of presentation/education solutions, security surveillance solutions and video conferencing solutions, has launched its first 3-megapixel IP camera (network camera) FX3000-R. This all-new box type IP camera (network camera) strengthens AVer’s comprehensive surveillance solution by streaming images at resolutions exceeding full HD1080p and deftly handling complicated lighting environments via True WDR technology.
The camera’s 3-megapixel camera sensor allows for high definition image capturing up to QXGA resolution (2048 x 1536), making it easier to observe fine details. True WDR, AVer’s all-new sensor-based wide dynamic range (WDR) technology currently available exclusively with FX3000-R, effectively manages intense glare, harsh backlighting and similarly challenging lighting conditions to capture every object clearly. The Smart Stream and Region of Interest (ROI) functions available on FX3000-R and other select AVer IP cameras allow security staff to achieve smart bandwidth / storage optimization through targeted image capturing, while plug and play support provides for hassle-free integration with AVer HD NVRs and hybrid DVRs. FX3000-R also comes equipped with a mechanical IR-cut filter for excellent day and night visibility and is EN50130-4 certified, ensuring high surge and electro-thermal resistance.
With a number of groundbreaking IP cameras (network cameras), HD NVRs, hybrid DVRs and software scheduled for release in 2013, AVer has formed a specialized project team of business development managers and technical consultants to promote the unique benefits of the AVer surveillance solution. “The newly established project team will work hand in hand with our local distribution and system integration partners, employing their decades of combined experience to assist in the planning and execution of AVer IP surveillance solutions and realizing the amazing growth potential therein,” stated Vice President of AVer Information Inc. Andy Hsi.