Bosch NBN-65023-B DINION IP starlight 6000 HD
Manufacturer: Bosch
UPC: 800549884853
SKU: NBN-65023-B
Condition: New
Bosch NBN-65023-B DINION IP starlight 6000 HD
Product TypeNetwork Camera
Product Series6000
Brand NameBosch
ManufacturerThe Bosch Group
Product NameDINION IP starlight 6000 HD
Product LineDINION IP
Manufacturer Part NumberNBN-65023-B
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.bosch.com
Environmental CertificationWEEEChina RoHS
Maximum Video Resolution1920 x 1080
Video FormatsMJPEGH.264
Image Sensor TypeCMOS
Effective Camera Resolution2 Megapixel
Color SupportedColorMonochrome
Network (RJ-45)Yes
Remote ManagementYes
Connectivity TechnologyCable
HD RecordingYes
PlacementWall MountPole Mount
Form FactorBox
Weight (Approximate)1.52 lb
This camera provides clear images 24/7 - even at nightor under low-light conditions.The exceptional starlight sensitivity enables thiscamera to work with a minimum of ambient light. The extended dynamic mode provides detailed images inscenes with challenging lighting.The camera is available in 1080p or 720p resolution versions and provides up to 60 images per second.There is a selection of high quality lenses separately available.Exceptional low-light performanceThe latest sensor technology combined with the sophisticated noise suppression results in anexceptional sensitivity in color. The low-light performance is so good that the camera continues toprovide excellent color performance even with aminimum of ambient light.Fast performanceThe 60 images-per-second mode provides for optimum performance in fast action scenes and is particularly suitable for casino and banking applications.High Dynamic RangeThe camera has High Dynamic Range. This is based on a multiple-exposure process that captures more details in the highlights and in the shadows even in the same scene. The result is that you can easily distinguish objects and features, for example, faces with bright backlight.The actual dynamic range of the camera is measured using Opto-Electronic Conversion Function (OECF) analysis according to IEC 62676 Part 5. This method isused to provide a standard result which can be used to compare different cameras.Content Based Imaging Technology Content Based Imaging Technology (CBIT) is used to radically improve image quality in all lighting conditions and to identify areas for enhanced processing. The camera examines the scene using Essential Video Analytics and provides feedback to re-tune the image processing. This provides better detail in the areas that matter and better all-round performance. Essential Video Analytics technology, for example, allows you to view moving objects in brightand dark areas of a scene.Essential Video AnalyticsThe built-in video analysis reinforces the Intelligence-at-the-Edge concept and now delivers even morepowerful features. Essential Video Analytics is ideal foruse in controlled environments with limited detection ranges.The system reliably detects, tracks, and analyzes objects, and alerts you when predefined alarms are triggered. A smart set of alarm rules makes complex tasks easy and reduces false alarms to a minimum.Metadata is attached to your video to add sense and structure. This enables you to quickly retrieve the relevant images from hours of stored video. Metadata can also be used to deliver irrefutable forensic evidence or to optimize business processes based on people counting or crowd density information.Calibration is quick and easy - just enter the height ofthe camera. The internal gyro/accelerometer sensor provides the rest of the information to precisely calibrate the video analytics. Intelligent Dynamic Noise Reduction reduces bandwidth and storage requirementsThe camera uses Intelligent Dynamic Noise Reduction which actively analyzes the contents of a scene and reduces noise artifacts accordingly. The low-noise image and the efficient H.264 compression technology provide clear images while reducing bandwidth and storage by up to 50% compared to other H.264 cameras. This results in reduced-bandwidth streams that still retain a high image quality and smooth motion. The camera provides the most usable image possible by cleverly optimizing the detail-to-bandwidth ratio.