Now available from Camera Security Now and UniView, the IPC6222ER-X30P-B is one of the most innovative PTZ security cameras on the market. This 2-megapixel motorized pan, tilt, and zoom camera has full 1080p resolution along with a number of features that have been optimized for equipping this camera in nearly any environment.
IP67 Ingress Protection Rating and Intelligent Temperature Control Technology
The IP code, sometimes referred to as International Protection Rating or Ingress Protection Rating, consists of “IP” and two numbers that indicate the level of protection from solids and liquids respectively. This standard aims to provide consumers with more detailed information on the degrees of protection provided against the intrusion of solid objects like dust, accidental contact, and water — as opposed to relying on vague marketing terms like “waterproof.”
If you’re looking for a security camera with one of the highest-rated IP protections in its class, check out our UniView IPC6222ER-X30P-B PTZ. This camera received an Ingress Protection Rating of IP67. The 6 indicates this camera has protection from “total dust ingress.” 6 is the highest possible solid IP rating. The 7 indicates protection from immersion between 15 centimeters and 1 meter in depth, meaning the ingress of water isn’t possible as long as you don’t submerge the device deeper than 1 meter.
On top of the IP67 rating, this PTZ is also rated for an extremely high-temperature range — from -40°F to +140°F (negative 40 degrees Fahrenheit to positive 140 degrees Fahrenheit). This is optimum for the best performance even under the harshest environments. In fact, your PTZ camera will operate normally even in conditions that most humans would prefer to avoid.
Smart, Long Distance Infrared Sensors and True WDR
Perhaps one of its crowning features, the IPC6222ER-X30P-B has an incredible 492 feet (150 meters) infrared distance. Basically, you’ll have complete night vision — the capability to make out objects on your PTZ’s footage from nearly 500 feet away. This is in part thanks to the IR anti-reflection window that increases the infrared transmittance on this particular PTZ.
Going hand-in-hand with the long-distance IR, this PTZ camera also has defog image processing. Digital defog extends your camera’s visibility, improves video quality (contrast, sharpness, color), and effectively removes fog. Providing incident detection in real-time, this PTZ provides some of the best situational awareness even in poor visibility.
Most security cameras struggle in locations with variable ranges of light. Without true WDR (wide dynamic range), security cameras struggle to render bright and dim areas in full detail simultaneously. Without this feature, cameras entryways or other circumstances with differing lighting levels have to choose between making out the dimly lit indoor area and the bright sunlight of the outside. To put it simply, thanks to True 120dB WDR, this UniView PTZ can capture a greater scale of brightness. The manufacturer states that there are three main benefits of this technology. First, we’ve already discussed how users can capture images even under varying lighting conditions. Next, the True WDR maintains proper image brightness and exposure. Last, it adjusts the contrast to ensure image clarity — all in real-time.
It’s best to have a camera with True WDR and smart infrared technology for any areas where the lighting changes throughout the day. These types of cameras are commonly used in parking lots, garages, entryways and exits, and any other areas that are either underexposed or overexposed to light. Perhaps the best part about True WDR is the fact that your cameras will generate video images in clear, full color.
Most security cameras leverage digital zoom to magnify an area of an image that has already been captured, which often results in lower image quality and pixelation.
However, this PTZ uses optical zoom. Optical zoom allows you to get the subject close before you capture it, resulting in a much higher image resolution than digital zoom can capture. With 30x optical zoom, you can enlarge distant objects while still maintaining the image clarity that only optical zoom can provide.
Summary and Quick Features
UNV (Uniview) cameras are currently used in a variety of major applications around the globe, thanks in part to the advanced features and easy-to-operate systems. However, it isn’t recommended that you install this type of equipment without the help of an experienced professional like Camera Security Now.
To get the most out of your Uniview IPC6222ER-X30P-B PTZ or to order cameras for your facility, contact Camera Security Now today at 800-440-1662 or by logging onto our website and filling out a quick, easy quote request.
Here are the features and specs simplified for quick reading:
- 30X Optical Zoom
- Accurate and fast focusing
- Smart IR, up to 150m (492ft) IR distance
- Optical glass window with higher light transmittance
- IR anti-reflection window to increase the infrared transmittance
- 120dB true WDR
- Ultra 265, H.265, H.264, MJPEG
- Triple streams
- Customized OSD
- ONVIF Conformance
- Innovative snow-removing functionality
- More effective heat dissipation system
- Intelligent temperature control technology
- 6KV surge protection designed for network interface
- ANR (Automatic Network Redundancy)
- In the event your network is disconnected, your UNV PTZ can automatically store recordings into your camera’s optional SD card.
- UniView IPC6222ER-X30P-B is compatible with All Uniview NVRs in our store and all ONVIF Compliant NVRs.
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