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12 January, 2004

Video Product Sales Training,


Dubai
Date: 09
th
11
th
DEC2013

Honeywell Security Middle East

Presented by

Priyadarshini Channe
Technical Services Manager
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General Administration
General
- Tea / Coffee Pantry
- Lunch Pantry
- Smoking Ground Floor
- Prayer Room On 3
rd
Floor and Mosque is 5 minutes away
- Exit Doors Refer to Exit signs
- Toilets Near Lifts

Important:
- Honeywell Policy does not allow Trainees/visitors to enter in any area
other than training room without prior appointment.
- Honeywell policy does not allows usage of mobile phone, laptop,
cameras, recording equipment, etc inside the premises of Honeywell.
Mobile Phones ! Pls keep them on silent
- Taxi Kindly inform reception in early morning.
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Training Schedule
Start
Time
End
Time
Day 1 - video Day 2 - video Day 3 - video Day 4 Access Day 5 Access
0900 1030 Introduction and
Analogue
Camera Overview
Embedded DVR
HRDP
Maxpro VMS
Architecture & Part
number selection
Winpak Software Prowatch Software
and Part number
selection
1030 1045 Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break
1045 1230 Analogue
Camera Overview
PC based DVR
Fusion
Maxpro VMS storage
calculation and
features
Winpak Software
features (contd.)
Prowatch Software
features
1230 1330 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
1330 1500 IP Cameras Fusion Video
Management
system
Maxpro VMS
Features
Netaxs and PRO2200
Controller - selection
Prowatch Panel
selection
1500 1515 Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break
1515 1700 Video Analytics
Matrix Selection

PC based DVR
Rapid Eye
Maxpro NVR XE/SE Lobbyworks
Electronic Visitor
management system
Prowatch & Maxpro
VMS, HSDK for 3
rd

party integration
1700 Questions Questions Questions Questions Questions
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Introduction of Team

Name

Company

Role

Expectations from Training

Anything Interesting about you
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Honeywell at a Glance
120,000 employees in 100 countries

World-class manufacturing reputation

Technology leader with 11,000 active patents
globally
12.0
16.0
6.0
$39B Fortune 100 company with a
120-year legacy of innovation
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The Position Of Honeywell Security In The Group
Honeywell
Automation & Control
Solution
Aerospace Speciality Materiels Transportation Systems
Environmental & Combustion
Controls
Sensing & Control
Fire
Security
Process Solutions
Building Solutions
ACCESS CONTROL
INTRUSION
VIDEO SURVEILLANCE
Security Distribution
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Businesses
Systems Group (Intrusion, Access Control, CCTV)
ADI

Global Footprint
132 Offices
Over 40 Countries
Six Continents
Over 6000 Employees
Honeywell Security & Data Collection
A $3.6B global manufacturer and distributor of
electronic security systems and solutions.
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Honeywell Security Global Footprint
North America
1,535 Employees

South America
1,837 Employees
Australia
52 Employees
Africa
57 Employees
Asia
1,136 Employees
Europe
1,215 Employees
Legend
Manufacturing Sites
Middle East
Operating from 6yrs
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Honeywell Security - Middle East
Regions covered
GCC - UAE, KSA, Qatar, Oman,
Bahrain, Kuwait
Middle East Iraq, Syria
Jordan, Turkey, Palestine ,
Lebanon, Yemen.
North Africa - Algeria, Morocco,
Tunisia, Libya, Egypt,
Mauritania
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Honeywell Security - Middle East
Local Security Division with huge regional experience and local staff.
Sales Manager covering every country to cover Sales design, pricing. ME Website -
http://www.security.honeywell.com/me/index.html
Technical Team located in UAE with an ability to answer all kind of tech-related questions,
even on site. For any commissioning support, write on
honeywellsecurity.postsales@honeywell.com
Tech Lab with all test benches available in Honeywells Jebel Ali Office. Dealers with service
agreement can use this.
Training is offered to all partner free-of-charge to our dealers in our Dubai Office. Special
Chargeable trainings for End users are available based on Instructor's availability.
http://www.security.honeywell.com/me/trn/ct/index.html
Huge multi-million USD stock inventory Warehouse facility in Jebel Ali with a provision to
store / stock material for customers.
Customer Service Team Quicker response to customers queries, helping with topics in
Supply Chain and Logistics
For Order : honeywellsecurity.orders@honeywell.com
For RMA/ Claim : honeywellsecurity.claims@honeywell.com
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FIND
Where
Growth is
WIN
New
Business
KEEP
Existing
Growth
Honeywell Market Philosophy
Deliver better service to existing
customers
Increase your Share of wallet
Extensive training programs
Demo Days to learn about latest
technologies/ solutions
Invest in Sales Training
Differentiate yourself
Target/Work with consultants
Partner Value Training
Managed Access/ Video Services
New Consultant Program
Growth sectors-IP, Web based
Manned to Managed
Integrated Solutions
IP product, Cloud Services, NetAXS
Managed Services offering
WINPAK/Fusion/Galaxy solution
What you can do
How Honeywell can help
Honeywell
Analog Camera &
Accessories
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Honeywell HCC10(X) Day Night Body Camera
1/3 CCD, 600 TVL resolution, 0.1 lux for sharper images
Other Features - S/N ratio > 50db, Auto Gain Control, Automatic Electronic,
Shutter, BLC / HLC, White Balance
Digital Noise Reduction for lower noise/reduced storage on DVRs
Added Feature 8 Privacy masking / 4 motion detection zones
Alarm input / Output
Day / Night - Auto/Day/Night/Ext1/Ext2
Easy Setup - On screen display menu, Adjustable day/night threshold,
Dual voltage - 12VDC / 24VAC, line lock
Applications
- General indoor surveillance applications in retail, financial and other
commercial markets.
- Combined with an HHCWM Series environmental housing, the HCC10
can also be used for outdoor applications such as parking lots,
building entranceways, and driveways
Best Image Detail, Lowest Video Noise
(Lens sold separately)
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Honeywell HCD544PV(X) - True Day/Night Body Camera
1/3 CCD , >540 TVL resolution for sharper images
Moving IR cut filter
- Improved low light performance (0.3 lux colour/0.1 lux B/W)
- True daytime color
Available as HCD545X for 220VAC option
Other Features - S/N ratio > 50db, Auto Gain Control, Automatic Electronic,
Shutter, BLC, White Balance
Added - Privacy masking
Adjustable for lower noise or increased sharpness
Synchronization between IR Cut filer and external lights.
Easy set up with OSD menu, RS485 remote control of OSD menu via PC
based software
Dual voltage - 12VDC / 24VAC
Applications - 24/7 surveillance required in bright, low light or with
Covert lighting required
- Indoor - Retail environments, Warehouses
- Outdoor Residential, Light industrial/commercial, Schools, Retail
Best Image Detail, Lowest Video Noise
(Lens sold separately)
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Honeywell HCU484(X) - Wide Dynamic Range Camera
1/3 wide dynamic digital imager with a dynamic range >102 dB
Sensitivity of 0.4 lux for true color representation in low light
condition - Black and white for low light
50/60 fps progressive video capture for sharp image definition in all
lighting conditions
Other Features - S/N ratio - 36db, Auto Gain Control, Automatic
Electronic, Shutter, BLC, White Balance
Removable power/RS485 plug for easy installation
Seven preset modes optimized for different lighting conditions
reduce setup and installation time

Best low light performance in a Wide Dynamic camera
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HCU484(X) - Applications
Applications
- Object recognition is required
- Remote control of the camera setup
- Areas with high contrast scenes and
changing light conditions
- Indoor Lobbies, Doorways, Casino
gaming rooms, Rooms with bright and
dark areas
- Outdoor - Train/bus platforms, Areas
with partial shade and sun
Application-Specific 7
Presets
- Center Weighted
Loading Dock
ATM
Lobby
- Full Scene
Indoor and Outdoor
- Spot Glare
License Plate
Gaming
Preserve image integrity in demanding light conditions and easy setup
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Honeywell HCU484(X) Wide Dynamic Primer
Comparison of dynamic range
- High contrast scene is typically over 130 dB
- Human vision is 100 dB
- DPS is 95 to 120 dB
DPS is 30 to 60 dB better than CCD cameras
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Honeywell HCU484(X) - Technology
Digital Pixel System (Exposure is optimized pixel
by pixel
- Every pixel is a camera
- Exposure time optimized for each pixel
- Proper color and exposure for high contrast
scenes
- Up to 120 dB dynamic range
- Good low light sensitivity

Multi-sampling technology (Avoids saturation of
the pixel)
- Every pixel is sampled multiple times
- Optimal time to sample and store information
- Avoids saturation of highlights (bright areas)
- Avoids loss of details in shadows (dark areas)
- Processed in parallel to create image
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HCU484(X) - Wide Dynamic Applications
Reception Area Conventional
High Res. Camera
Reception Area HCU484 Wide
Dynamic Camera
Preserve Image Integrity in Demanding
Light Conditions
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Honeywell HCU484(X) Comparison Videos
Compare the video images
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Honeywell Built-in IR Camera HBD 92 / 95 series
1/3 CCD, 600 TVL resolution for sharper images
- HBD92S(X) - IR LEDs to illuminate up to 100 ft / 30m , 2.8-12 mm F1.4 lens
- HBD95S(X)- IR LEDs to illuminate up to 150 ft / 45m, 5.0-50 mm F1.4 lens
Features - S/N ratio > 50db, Auto Gain Control, Automatic Electronic Shutter, BLC, White
Balance
Digital Noise Reduction, Digital Slow Shutter, Privacy masking/motion detection
Split glass technology to eliminate reflections of IR LEDs to reduce halo effect
Double pane window to eliminate fogging on lens
Lense Wide field of view
- IR Corrected, no focus shift day to night
- Aspherical optics for sharp images
2
nd
Video Out, Dual voltage 12/24V, line lock
External adjustments and access for:
- Controls zoom / focus of lens,
- Access to camera OSD menu,
- IR LED D/N Threshold Adjustment
ONLY bullet camera that offers TDN, DSS, LEDs and DNR
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BASIC LENS ACTION
The lens works by refracting or bending light beams.
Refraction occurs because light travels slower in the dense glass
medium.







Focal Length - A measurement expressed in millimeters. It is the distance
from the optical center of the lens to the front of the imager sensor.

GLASS
ANGLE OF
INCIDENCE
45 DEGREES
28.13 DEGREES
ANGLE OF
REFRACTION
f
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FIELD OF VIEW
The field of view (FOV) and lens magnification are based on the focal
length of the lens.












Shorter the focal length, the FOV increases and the magnification
decreases.
As focal length increases, the FOV decreases and the magnification
increases.

1/3 2.8 MM LENS, 82 DEGREE
HORIZONTAL FIELD OF VIEW.
1/3 4 MM LENS, 66.8 DEGREE
HORIZONTAL FIELD OF VIEW.
1/3 8 MM LENS, 32.5 DEGREE
HORIZONTAL FIELD OF VIEW.
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SPHERICAL & ASPHERICAL LENSES
Spherical lenses are designed such that light passing through the glass
is refracted and it crosses an axis for prime focus.
Spherical aberration occurs when light rays from outer edges are
refracted more than those that pass near the center of the lens.






Allow correct refraction from outer edge of the lens enabling a wider
aperture and the camera to operate in lower light conditions.

IMAGE PLANE
F
D
D = EFFECTIVE APERTURE
BLURRING IN PICTURE
IMAGE PLANE
F
D
D = EFFECTIVE APERTURE
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Honeywell offers complete range of lense - Manual, Auto iris
Aspherical Technology - It helps to eliminate any edge distortion in
the picture and at all focal-length settings.
Sharper, crisper images; smaller, lighter lenses





Types
1. System Series Varifocal Lenses
Manual Iris HLM5V50F13L
DC Auto Iris Lens - HLD28V8F95L, HLD5V50F13L
2. Day/Night Lense Varifocal Lenses
IR corrected Varifocal DC Auto Iris Lens - HLD29V8DNL, HLD27V13DNL,
HLD5V50DNL
3. Megapixel Varifocal Lenses (upto 3MP)
HLD3V8MPD, HLM45V13MPD
Honeywell Lenses
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IR corrected lens used under IR light conditions with a TDN camera
Standard lens used under IR light conditions with a TDN camera

Visible Light
Result: Sharp Image
Infrared Light
Visible Light
IR Light Focal
Plane
Infrared Light
Result: Blurry Image
IR Light Focal
Plane
Standard VFAI Lens IR Corrected VFAI Lens
Honeywell Lenses
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Honeywell Lenses
IR Corrected Lense - no focus shift day to night
Aspherical optics for sharp images
Wide field of view
NIGHT MODE
DAY MODE
IR CORRECTED LENS
There is no focus shift
STANDARD LENS
There is a focus shift
Remove IR Cut Filter from in front of the CCD
Optically Correct Image, 24/7
HLD5V50DNL
HLD27V13DNL
HLD29V8DNL
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Camera Housings
Why Are They Used
- Environmental Protection
- Tampering
- Concealment For Covert Operation



Housing Considerations
- Where Will It Mount
- Camera / Lens Size - VS - Internal Housing Measurement
- Outdoor Considerations
Environment Type
Heater, Blower, Sunshield

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Honeywell - Housing and Mounts Range - HBC5WT
Indoor Bracket
ABS plastic
3-axis rotation
Available in off-white (HBC5WT)
Cable feed through

HBC5WT
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Housing and Mounts Range (HHC Series
REVISED
)
Indoor or Outdoor application IP66
24VAC (Low voltage)
Die-cast and extruded aluminum construction
Epoxy powder coated for corrosion resistance
HHCWM2 - Housing with Built-In Heater, Blower, Sunshield & wall mount
HHCWM - Housing with sunshield and wall mount
Various Mounting options
HHCWM2
HHCWM
HHMPMA2
Pole
HHMW
Wall
HHMCJ
Ceiling
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Housing and Mounts Range (AVH500 Series)
Indoor or Outdoor application - IP66
Housing with built-in Heater
- 12 24V (Low voltage, SH4) AVH530SH4
- 110 240VAC (SH5) AVH530SH5
Extruded Aluminum Construction
Scratch resistant Polycarbonate window
- Add on for Blower Option - AVH500B2 (low voltage) / AVH500B3
(line voltage)
- Add Standard Mount - (AVH500WMB) or Cable Managed Mount
(AVH500CMB2)
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CABLE
The most commonly recommended coax is RG59U. Other varieties like RG6U
and RG11U are used for predominately in CCTV and video work.
- Characteristics of these cables provide a better transmission of a baseband video
signal and shield any external electromagnetic interference

CCTV VS. CATV CABLE








MAXIMUM CABLE RUN (COAXIAL CABLE)

CCTV
CATV
95% BARE COPPER BRAID
BARE COPPER
45 - 65% ALUMINUM BRAID ALUMINUM FOIL SHIELD
COPPER COVER
STEEL CONDUCTOR
SIZE MAXIMUM
RUN
MAX. RUN
WITH AMP
RG59U 750 FT 3000 FT
RG6U 1500 FT 4500 FT
RG11U 1800 FT 6000 FT
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Power Supplies
UL-Listed
AC Power and Status lights
Power on/off switch
Transient Protection
Camera Synchronization
110VAC/60HZ, Individually Fused 24VAC
outputs
- HPTV2404UL 4 amps 4 out
- HPTV2408UL 4 amps 8 out
- HPTV2416UL- 8 amps 16 out

220VAC/50HZ, Indvidually Fused 24VAC
outputs
- HPTV2402D-uk 2.5amp, 1out
- CT5002 5A, 1amp for camera and 2A
for heater

12VDC power supply
- 110VAC, 60hz: HPT12DC1000, 1A
- 110VAC, 60hz: HPT12DC500, 500mA
- 220VAC, 50Hz: PSU-PER12VDC-UK,
500mA (Non UL listed)




Honeywell
Minidome Overview
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HD3 Series Indoor Color Day / Night Mini-dome
Compact Indoor Fixed Mini-Dome
HD3HRSX (2.8 12mm Auto Iris, 600TVL, 0.05 lux)
Other Features - S/N ratio > 50db, Auto Gain Control,
Automatic Electronic, Shutter, BLC, White Balance, Motion
Detection, Privacy Masking
Latest DSP (digital signal processing) and DNR

Easy to install and setup
- 3D Gimbal (Wall / Ceiling Mount) - Allows the camera to be
rotated as well as moved horizontally and vertically
- Cable management housing design to conceal video/
power cable in base of housing
- Single Model for Surface / Flush Housing Design
- Optional Wall / Pendant Mounts (HD3-MK1)
- Second Video Output and Coax Output
- 12/24Operation, auto-sensing

Applications - indoor surveillance applications, including
banks, ATMs, reception areas, atriums, commercial or
government facilities, schools, casinos, retail stores, or
hospitals
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TDN with IR light
NO TDN
- with IR light
HD3DSX : 600TVL, True Day / Night .

- 2.8 12mm (f1.4) Vari-Focal Auto Iris aspherical
lens
- Switchable IR cut filter built into the Fujinon
VFAI Lens
- IR corrected

Other Features - S/N ratio > 50db, Auto Gain
Control, Automatic Electronic, Shutter, BLC, White
Balance, Motion Detection, Privacy Masking

Wide Dynamic Range - Low/Normal/Mid/High

Easy to install and setup Same as HD3HRSX
HD3 Series Indoor Color True Day / Night Mini-dome
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HD3SU(X) - Ultra wide dynamic Indoor dome
Compact indoor fixed mini-dome

1/3 WDR Imager, 690 TVL, 0.4 lux F1.4, Progressive
Scan

IR corrected Vari-focal Auto Iris lens, Wider FOV (2.9
12mm, F1.4)

Pixim Orca sensor ~ 120 dB of dynamic range for high
contrast scenes (100 to 200 times greater than
conventional CCD cameras)
- 3D digital noise reduction and Day/Night function
black/white under low conditions

Other Features - S/N ratio > 50db, Auto Gain Control,
Automatic Electronic, Shutter, BLC, White Balance, Motion
detection, Masking
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HD3SU(X) - Ultra wide dynamic Indoor dome
Seven preset modes optimized for different lighting conditions reduce
setup and installation time

Easy to Install and Setup
- OSD one button toggle
- 12/24 operation, auto-sensing
- Second video output
- Mounts to 4S/2S utility box
- 3-D axis gimbal (wall/ceiling mount)
- Single Model for Surface / Flush Housing Design
- Optional Wall / Pendant Mounts (HD3-MK1)

Applications: Banks, ATMs, reception areas, atriums, commercial or
government facilities, schools, casinos, retail stores, or hospitals
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HD4D(X) Series TDN anti-vandal dome
Compact Indoor and Outdoor Camera - IP 66
- Vandal resistant, Die cast Aluminum housing, scratch resistant Polycarbonate dome,
security screws

1/3 Sony Super HAD CCD
- HD4D3S(X)
Improved
: 600 TVL, 3.312 mm (F1.5) IR corrected Vari-focal Auto Iris lens, 0.45
lux, Colour, / 0.06 lux, BW
Digital Noise Reduction, Digital slow shutter feature increases exposure time to
illuminate under low light,
Built-in Heater (for less than -40deg C),
Auto Masking of bright spots - HME
Dual output Coax and UTP

- HD4DAFS(X)
New
: 600TVL, 2.88.5mm (F1.5) IR corrected Vari-focal Auto Iris lens,
Digital Noise Reduction, Digital slow shutter feature increases exposure time to
illuminate under low light,
Built-in Heater (for less than -40deg C),
Auto Masking of bright spots - HME
Dual output Coax and UTP
Motorised Zoom / Auto Focus

Great low-light performance
Shown with mounting
ring for surface mount
Shown w/o mounting
ring for flush mount
UTP
12/24 V
COAX
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HME Off
HME On
Highlight Masking Exposure
- Masks overly-exposed light to produce a usable image.
- Examples would be vehicle headlights or lighting
HD4D(X) Series TDN anti-vandal dome
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HD4D(X) Series TDN anti-vandal dome
- HD4D9(X): 540TVL, 922 mm (F1.5) IR corrected Vari-focal Auto Iris lens, 0.03 lux,
SensUp X128
Digital Noise Reduction
Second video output and Coax cable

Common Features
- S/N ratio>50db, Auto Gain Control, Automatic Electronic Shutter, BLC, White Balance
- Camera has 4 programmable privacy zones

Easy to Install and Setup
- OSD Menu - Camera can be quickly and easily set up and adjusted to meet the
requirements of the scene
- 12/24 operation, auto-sensing
- 3-D Gimbal for maximum lens movement
- Mounts on ceiling, 4S/2S utility box or
Wall - HD4CH-WK or
Pendant HD4CH-PK

Applications - Surveillance solution designed for object recognition in locations where low
light and variable light conditions exist
- Parking Lots, Ports, Building exteriors, Prisons, Train stations, Play/School grounds, retails,
Great low-light performance
Shown with mounting
ring for surface mount
Wall / Pendant
Mounting
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HD4DIRS(X)
Improved
with built-in IR Anti-vandal Dome
Compact Indoor and Outdoor Camera - IP 66
- Vandal resistant, Die cast Aluminum housing, scratch resistant Polycarbonate dome, security
screws
1/3 Sony Super HAD CCD, 540 TVL, 0 lux
- 3.312 mm (F1.5) IR corrected Vari-focal Auto Iris lens
- Built-in Heater (for less than -40deg C),
- Auto Masking - HME
- Dual output Coax and UTP
-18IR LEDs are evenly distributed for optimal image capture upto to illuminate up to 60 ft.
- Built in optical lens shield eliminates 100% internal reflection or halo effects.
- Special Features: Privacy Function - up to four zones, motion detection, Digital Noise
Reduction technology for clean, sharp images
- Common Features - S/N ratio>50db, Auto Gain Control, Automatic Electronic Shutter, BLC,
White Balance

Easy to Install and Setup
- OSD Menu - Camera can be quickly and easily set up and adjusted to meet the requirements
of the scene
- 12/24 operation, auto-sensing, Second video output and Coax cable
- Photocell IR LED power adjustment
- 3-D Gimbal for maximum lens movement
- Mounts on ceiling, wall (HD4CH-WK) or 4S/2S utility box

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Improvements
- Intelligent Infra Red for improved IR performance
- New technology allows for even distribution of the IR, which prevents excessive
illumination












Applications
- Surveillance solution designed for object recognition in locations where low light and
variable light conditions exist
- Areas where covert IR lighting is required at night
HD4DIRS(X)
Improved
HD4DIRSX HD4DIRX
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HD4US(X) Ultra wide dynamic anti vandal dome
Compact indoor/outdoor fixed mini-dome IP66
1/3 WDR Imager, 690 TVL, 0.1 lux F1.4, Progressive Scan
- IR corrected Vari-focal Auto Iris lens, Wider FOV (2.810mm, F1.4)
- Pixim Orca sensor ~ 120 dB of dynamic range for high contrast scenes
- Built-in Heater (for less than -40deg C),
- Auto Masking - HME,
- Dual output Coax and UTP
- Added Feature Day/Night black/white under low conditions
- Features-S/N ratio>50db, Auto Gain Control, Automatic Electronic Shutter, BLC, White
Balance
- Seven preset modes optimized for different lighting conditions reduce setup and installation
time
Easy to Install and Setup
- OSD one button toggle
- 12VDC /24 VAC operation, auto-sensing
- Second video output
- Mounts on ceiling, wall (HD4CH-WK) or 4S/2S utility box
Applications - Object recognition is required:
- Areas with high contrast scenes
- Areas with changing light conditions

HD4U(X)
Honeywell

Performance Dome and Box
IR LEDs Camera
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In/Outdoor Domes: Because Performance Matters
Better Picture Quality
- Sony 1/3 Chip and high resolution provides quality images
- Features - S/N ratio>50db, Auto Gain Control, Automatic Electronic Shutter,
BLC, White Balance
- High Performance Spec: better picture quality, in both normal and low-
lighting conditions

Key Features & Benefits
- Low to mid range of analogue cameras
- Flexible options to suit nearly all applications.
- Available in a variety of: Lens types, Resolution, Housing types, with
and without IR and Cost effective
- P Series
New

SBLC (Super Back Light Compensation)
Digital Noise Reduction (DNR)
Intelligent IR Technology (Built -In LED's)Built In LEDs - Intelligent IR technology
moderates the level of IR illumination depending on the scene. This results in less
glare and clouding and clearer, more usable images under IR illumination
OSD (On Screen)
Privacy Zone / Mirror Function
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In/Outdoor Domes: Because Performance Matters
Quality Construction
- Built-In grommet eliminates the chance of water or moisture
getting into the housing
- Vandal and Impact Resistant Design
Installer Friendly
- True Three Axis Gimbals
- Standard Two-Conductor Pig Tail
- Easy to use Focus and Zoom
- Three Screw Covers
Accessories
- Power Supplies - PSU-PER12VDC-UK
- Mounting Brackets for HD51(X), HD70P(X), HD73P(X)
HDPR-WK: Wall Mount, Cool Gray
HDPR-PK: Pendant / Ceiling Mount, Cool Gray
Target Markets Retail, Light industrial - Workshops, warehouses,
storage sites, Education, Retail, Apartment buildings and large private
homes, Restaurants, bars, pubs, fast-food outlets and Customers
already using our Performance DVRs
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Bullet Cameras: The Honeywell Offer
Model HB273X HB74X HB75X
Image Sensor CCD 1/3 Sony Super
HAD
1/3 Sony Super
HAD
1/3 Sony Super
HAD
Resolution 620, TDN 420, DN 600TVL, TDN
Lens 9~22 mm varifocal 3.8 mm fixed 3.8~9.5 mm
varifocal
IR Range 30 m 15 m 20 m
No Of LEDs 42 12 18
Weather Protection IP66 IP66 IP66
Power 12V/24VDC DC 12V DC 12V DC
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Indoor Mini-Dome: The Honeywell Offer
Model HD60X HD41X HD262X
Image
Sensor
CCD
1/3 Sony
Super HAD
1/3 Sony
Super HAD
1/3 Sony Super HAD
Resolution 380 TVL 620 TVL 620 TVL
Lens 3.8 mm fixed 2.8 12 mm
varifocal
2.8 12 mm
varifocal
IR Range 15 m - 20 m
No Of
LEDs
24 - 28
Power 12V DC 12V DC 12V DC / 24VAC
True
Day/Night?
No No Yes
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Outdoor Domes: The Honeywell Offer
Model HD50PX HD70PX HD73PX HD273X HD251X
Image
Sensor
CCD
1/3 Sony
Super HAD
1/3 Sony
Super HAD
1/3 Sony
Super HAD
1/3 Sony
Super HAD
1/3 Sony
Super HAD
Resolution 600TVL 600TVL 600TVL 600TVL,
TDN
620TVL,
TDN
Lens 3.8mm
fixed
3.8 mm
fixed
3.8 ~ 9.5
mm
varifocal
3.8 ~ 9.5
mm
varifocal
2.8 ~ 12
mm
varifocal
IR Range - 18 m 20 m 20 m 20 m
No Of
LEDs
- 24 20 20 20
Power 12V DC 12V DC 12V DC 12V
DC/24VAC
12V
DC/24VAC
Weather
Protection

IP66 IP66 IP66 IP66 IP66
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Analogue Camera Range Matrix - Summary
Box Bullet Indoor Minidome Outdoor/Vandal Minidome
WDR
H
D
3
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Colour
HD40X
HD51X
HD60X
(IR)
HD61X
(IR)
HD73X
(IR)
HB273X
HB74X
HCD545X
HD3USX HD4USX
HD3HRSX
HD3DX
HD4D3X
HD4D9X
HD4IRSX
(IR)
HCU484X
HCD544PVX
HD4CHX
HB75X
New
HD50PX HD51PX
New
New
HD73PX
(IR)
New
HD4DAFSX
HBD95SX HBD92SX
HCC10X
Honeywell

ACUIX High Speed
PTZ Dome Cameras
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ACUIX Features continued
On-screen displays (OSD) for
programming the scan and camera
English, Dutch, French, German,
Italian, Polish & Spanish for OSDs
154 Programmable presets
16 Preset tours with up to 64 presets
each
16 Sector IDs
32 dynamic privacy zones
24-Character On-Screen labels for
presets, tours, sector IDs and privacy
zones
16, 2-minute learned tours
Freeze Frame saves on recording
space during tours
Flashback recalls last preset or
PTZ position
Flip Function - allows an operator
to track a target moving under and
then away from the dome
Set Default Function activates a
preset, preset tour or mimic tour if
the dome is idle
Bi-directional communication
available with Intellibus upload
firmware, download camera
settings, query dome for position,
alarm status, camera configuration
and much more.
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File Number
ACUIX Extensive Premium Camera Range
Camera Range
- 18X Color 460 TVL
- 18X WDR&TDN 520 TVL
- 26X WDR&TDN 520 TVL
- 35X WDR&TDN 530 TVL

Digital Housing OPTIONS

- Indoor & Outdoor Pendant



- In-Ceiling



- Rugged
Great Picture
Quality
HDXWM2
Wall Mount
HDXPMA2 Pole Mount
Adapter
HDXCMA1 Corner
Mount Adapter
HDCM1
Indoor Pendant
Mount
HDPRM2 Flat Roof and
Parapet Mount
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File Number
Acuix - Camera Models
HDXA Sony 18X color
18X Optical Zoom, 12X Digital Zoom (216X Combination Zoom)
Color
1/4 EXview HAD CCD, More than 470TVL (NTSC) / 460TVL (PAL)
0.7 Lux
HDXJ Sony 18X TDN & WDR
18X Optical Zoom, 12X Digital Zoom (216X Combination Zoom)
True Day/Night & WDR
1/4 EXview HAD CCD, More than 530TVL (NTSC) / 520TVL (PAL)
0.7 Lux and 0.01 Lux with IR Filter Removed
HDXF Hitachi 26X WDR&TDN
26X Optical Zoom & 12X Digital Zoom (312X Combination Zoom)
Wide Dynamic Range and True Day/Night
1/4 EXview HAD CCD, More than 530TVL (NTSC) / 520TVL (PAL)
1.0 Lux and 0.09 Lux with IR Filter Removed
HDXG Hitachi 35X WDR&TDN w/ EIS
35X Optical Zoom, 12X Digital Zoom (420X Combination Zoom)
Wide Dynamic Range, True Day/Night and Electronic Image Stabilization
1/4 EXview HAD CCD, More than 530TVL (NTSC) / 520TVL (PAL)
0.5 Lux and 0.007 Lux with IR Filter removed
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Acuix Part Number Selection
How To Order
HDX G P W A S B
Example:
HDXGPWASW =
35X WDR x TDN w/EIS PAL Outdoor
Pendant/Analog/Smoked Dome/Black Trim
Series
A = 18X Colour
J = 18X WDR & TDN
F = 26X WDR & TDN
G = 35X WDR & TDN, EIS
Camera
Interface
Trim Ring
Format
P = White Indoor Pendant
B = Black Indoor Pendant
W = Outdoor Pendant
R = Rugged
D = In-ceiling
S = Smoked
C = Clear
N = NTSC
P = PAL
A = 2 wire, VCL, up
the coax, UTP
Housing
W = White
B = Black
Dome
Honeywell


Dome & DVR
Keyboards / Controllers
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File Number
One size fits all - PTZ Domes and DVRs/NVRs control from one controller
- Complete control of up to 128 ACUIX or ACUIX ES domes
- Complete control of up to 128 channels from DVRs like Fusion IV, HRSD/HRXD/HRDP/HREP
DVRs
Colour coded, backlit keypad and LCD display
- Touch Wheel for DVR/NVR Control
- Keys are laser cut and fade free
- Slave option for up to three additional controllers
Connectivity - Simple installation with RJ type connectors offers means
quicker installs
- TCP/ IP (Power over Ethernet)/
- RS232/
- RS422 connectivity
Maximises operator efficiency with intuitive keyboard, LCD and joystick
functionality
- Easy to learn and operate
- Logical key descriptions easier and more intuitive for operators to use
Web browser configuration means quicker installs saves installation cost
Easily upgradeable allows the Integrator to bring new
features/enhancements to their customer and solve issues quickly
HJC4000 Keyboard
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File Number
HJC4000 - Ultrakey Touch
DVRs
HRXD/HRSD
HRDP
HREP
Fusion
RS485\RS422
Standard Ethernet
Cable
Master
PSU
PL2
RJ45
PL1
Termination Box
DB9 male



RJ45 to DB9
female
RJ45 to DB9
female
RJ45
Network
Cable
1
RS232
Domes:
VCL
ACUIX
KD6\HD6
Pelco P
Pelco D

Slave1

Slave 2
NETWORK
1
1
1
Honeywell


IP Camera Portfolio
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File Number
IP CAMERAS A COMPLETE RANGE
IP camera range integrated into
- Honeywell systems:
Fusion NVR,
DVM / Maxpro VMS,
Maxpro NVR XE or SE,
Rapid Eye Hybrid DVR
- 3
rd
party system
Milestone, onSSI, Mirasys, Nuvo
PSIA or ONVIF compliant system
Similar physical look and feel with analog camera line
All current and future developments will use the same DSP core
IP capability built around Equip DSP core:
Camera Sabotage Detection on-board
H.264 or MJPEG Compression
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File Number
EQUIP Series
EQUIP Series DSPCore offers:
- Camera Sabotage Detection
- Multiple Frame rates
- Multiple Resolutions
- MPEG4 or H.264 compression
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File Number
EQUIP Series - IP Utility
Device Discovery
- Automatic or Manual setting of IP addresses
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File Number
EQUIP Series - Web Browser
Honeywell


IP Camera Portfolio
- Fixed
Equip ONVIF
Camera Range
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File Number
Full suite of IP ONVIF cameras

Excellent image quality

Competitively priced

Easy to install

Solutions for almost any application


-Why ONVIF?
-ONVIF
Members
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
-What Are We
Launching?
-ONVIF Market
Opportunity
-Target
Markets
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File Number
Interoperability products from various manufacturers can be
used in the same systems and speak the same language

Flexibility end-users and integrators are not locked within
proprietary solutions based on technology choices of individual
manufacturers

Future-proof standards ensure that there are interoperable
products on the market, no matter what happens to individual
companies

Quality when a product conforms to a standard, the market
knows what to expect from that product

-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
-Why ONVIF?
-ONVIF Market
Opportunity
-ONVIF
Members
-What Are We
Launching?
-Target
Markets
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-Why ONVIF?
-ONVIF Market
Opportunity
-ONVIF
Members
-What Are We
Launching?
-* Source: IMS Research Press Release 9/12/2012
-Proprietary
-20%
-ONVIF
-60%
-PSIA
-20%
-ONVIF members generate 60% of worldwide
-IP video surveillance revenues

11 out of 15 top manufacturers

2,000+ conformant devices

Created by the largest IP players
Axis Communications
Bosch Security Systems
Sony Corporation
-Target
Markets
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File Number -Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
-Why ONVIF?
-ONVIF Market
Opportunity
-ONVIF
Members
-Target
Markets
-What Are We
Launching?
Full Members





Contributing Members





User Members 405 additional participating vendors

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-Why ONVIF?
-ONVIF Market
Opportunity
-ONVIF
Members
-Target
Markets
-What Are We
Launching?
1080p camera: Big Capabilities Reveal Small Details

Great for installation which requires the highest possible HDTV resolution and
incredible details when zooming in, in e.g. critical infrastructure, public safety, law
enforcement, transportation, government, utilities, health care, education / colleges,
casinos and retail.


Wide Dynamic 720p camera: Details in Challenging Conditions

Perfectly suited for monitoring of entrances, buildings with large windows , warehouse
bay doors, tunnel passages and vehicle headlights, in e.g. financial institutions,
education / colleges, airport, train stations, underground parking entrances,
government and city surveillance applications.



-Many opportunities in all market i.e. Consider all...
- but today we will focus on the following;
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Latest IMS report suggests cameras of 1Megapixel or more resolution now make up 75% of total network
camera sales in EMEA and growing 33% per annum
Market demands extremely crisp images at minimal bandwidth :
Video security applications often require placing security cameras in areas where critical clear, sharp images
are required. Examples include:
Where the subject facial features is required to make a positive identification
Where a recording of a license plate is required
Able to identify if the subject is a threat or a non threat?
1080p resolution enables the camera to deliver clear object recognition when zoomed in enabling the
operator to see clear recording events for use as evidence and to inform investigations
The real value of 1080p resolution allows customers to digitally zoom in for superior detail, or cover nearly
three times the horizontal area, reducing costs by requiring fewer cameras for the same area





-720p Resolution
-1080p Resolution -1080p fix domes come with Remote
Zoom / Focus lens control!
-Why is 1080p IP important?
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
-Why ONVIF?
-ONVIF Market
Opportunity
-ONVIF
Members
-Target
Markets
-What Are We
Launching?
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File Number
-Why is WD IP important?
Latest IMS report suggests WDR now makes up 25% of total network camera sales in EMEA
and growing 33% per annum
Video security applications often require placing security cameras in areas with difficult lighting
conditions. Examples include:
Where the subject is positioned against strong back lighting such as a heavily windowed storefront
Areas where there are abrupt changes in illumination like an entryway
Where the lighting conditions are reversed, such as looking from a well lit area into a darker area
Wide Dynamic enables the camera to deliver video with near perfect exposure in the harshest of lighting
conditions enabling the operator to see clear recording events for use as evidence and to inform investigations
The real value of Wide Dynamic Technology is the amount of usable image you see no mater the lighting
conditions (see below examples)
-Overexpose
d
-Perfect
exposure
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
-Why ONVIF?
-ONVIF Market
Opportunity
-ONVIF
Members
-Target
Markets
-What Are We
Launching?
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File Number
-Where in the
Range?
-How Does ONVIF
Help The
Customer?
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
-Key
Messages
-Key Reasons
To Buy
-Honeywell
Compatibility
-Performance Series
-H3SVP1X
-H3S1P1X
-Honeywell Network Camera
Portfolio
-EQUIP Series
-1080p -WD 720p
-Indoor
Dome
-H.264 / MJPEG
-720p -VGA
-H.264 / MJPEG
-H4SVP1X -H4S1P1X
-Rugged
Dome
-Indoor
Box
-720p
-H3D1F1X
-H4D1F1X
-HCD1FX
-H3W1F1X
-H4W1F1X
-HCW1FX
-H3D2F1X
-H4D2F1X
-HCD2FX
-IR
Rugged
Dome
-H4D1FR1X
-IP Bullet -HBD2FR1X
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Latest interoperability standard for common
functionality of video management systems and
devices
Basic foundation of protocol:
- System configurations
- System requests
- Control of streaming of media data over an IP network
- Device control features
Pan, Tilt, Zoom, Audio, Relay Outputs



- ONVIF Profile S is compatible with all ONVIF Profile S
What is ONVIF Profile S?
-Where in the
Range?
-How Does ONVIF
Help The
Customer?
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
-Key
Messages
-Key Reasons
To Buy
-Integration
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File Number
-Where in the
Range?
-How Does ONVIF
Help The
Customer?
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
Increased flexibility and greater freedom of choice
The Profile S ONVIF standard enables end users to select
interoperable products from a variety of different brands

Reduced total cost of ownership
Interoperable products result in less integration costs and
enable end users to choose the most suitable combination of IP
based physical security products for their specific needs

Future-proof systems
The Profile S ONVIF standard ensures that end users can
choose from a large variety of vendors, no matter how the
market develops

-Key
Messages
-Key Reasons
To Buy
-Integration
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File Number
Devices will now be more compatible, they'll allow for more choices
and flexibility when designing security systems, driving value for end
users.
Opens new opportunities for integration
Bid more jobs and sell more cameras on competitive systems
Cameras are the biggest cost total on most quotes


-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
-How Does ONVIF
Help The
Customer?
-Key
Messages
-Where in the
Range?
-Key Reasons
To Buy
-Integration
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-Key Reasons
To Buy
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
-How Does ONVIF
Help The
Customer?
-Key
Messages
-Where in the
Range?
-Seamless
Integration
-Increased
Flexibility
-Expanded IP
Camera
Offering
Third Party Interoperability with market leaders such as
Milestone
Full ONVIF Profile-S camera compatibility
Integrates to full line of Honeywell MAXPRO NVRs




Progressive scan video
Digital Noise Reduction (DNR)
Reduce installation time with quick and easy setup
Complete IP Camera Line
New IP/IR Bullet and Dome
Exceptional Picture Quality
True day/night cameras available in 1080p and
720p
- Were Open to Unlimited Possibilities!
-Integration
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-Integration
-Key Reasons
To Buy
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
-How Does ONVIF
Help The
Customer?
-Key
Messages
-Where in the
Range?
Superior image quality verses the competition bigger sensors = higher quality
Progressive scan for improved detail
Digital noise reduction
True day/night
1080p and 720p also 720p WDR !

Improved functions over existing PSIA models - VoC at work !
NTP time sync
Multiple browser support: IE, Firefox and Chrome
Date/Time stamp embedded

Open protocol
Wider integration opportunities with Milestone and other leading VMS.
Honeywell Integrated Solutions Access, Intruder and Video all talking
together.
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File Number
Available
Fusion IV v4.5.10806
MAXPRO NVR Release 2.5
3
rd
Party Integration Milestone, Gentec, ExacQ

In Development
IP Engine R400.3 SP1 Q1 end2014
-Integration
-Key Reasons
To Buy
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
-How Does ONVIF
Help The
Customer?
-Key
Messages
-Where in the
Range?
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-Product Matrix
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
ONVIF
Part #
Old PSIA
Part #
Description Lens Resolution
Minimum
Illumination
Video
Compression
IP Indoor Box Cameras
HCD1FX HCD5MIHX H.264, True
Day/Night
Lens
options
sold
separately
720p
(1280 x 720)
0.6 lux color/0.4
lux BW @ 50
IRE, f1.3
Dual
streaming:
H.264 and
H.264/
MJPEG
HCW1FX HCD5WIHX H.264, True
Day/Night,
Wide Dynamic
Lens
options
sold
separately
720p
(1280 x 720)
0.1 lux color/0.07
lux BW @
50 IRE, f1.2
WDR - 115DB
Dual
streaming:
H.264 and
H.264/
MJPEG
HCD2FX HCD5HIHX H.264, True
Day/Night
Lens
option
sold
separately
1080p
(1920 x 1080)
0.18 lux
color/0.15 lux BW
@
50 IRE, f1.2
Dual
streaming:
H.264 and
H.264/
MJPEG
equIP Series Box Cameras
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-Product
Features
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
-Indoor Body Camera
- CMOS Image Sensor
- Progressive Scan
- Die-cast aluminum with a cool gray powder coat finish
- Options: TDN and WDR

- Compatible with CS mount for CS lenses. Lens sold separately
- Compatible with HBC5WT bracket for Indoor application
- Compatible with HHC2WM series housing
- 3-axis (pan/tilt/rotation) gimbal bracket for precise camera positioning

- Power Supply - 24 V AC or PoE IEEE 802.3af options
- Support input and output alarm contacts
- Support bidirectional audio
- Second video service connector (2-pin Molex)

- Operating Temperature -10C to 50C, RH: 0% to 85%, non-condensing


equIP Series Box Cameras
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-Product
Features
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
-Features
- S/N ratio > 50db (AGC off)
- Auto Gain Control, Automatic/Manual Electronic Shutter, White Balance
- Electronic light compensation, automatic light compensation, Flicker less mode
- Digital Noise Reduction, Digital slow shutter

- Analytics: Camera Sabotage and Motion Detection
- Support ONVIF specification for interoperability between network video
products
- Includes advanced IP locator software to make system set-up easy
- Web browser configuration and set up for video and network parameters
- Remote firmware updates
- Support Internet Explorer 8 and 9, Mozilla Firefox

, and Google Chrome web


browsers
- Support Network Time Protocol (NTP) synchronization
- Support embedded date/time stamps in the video stream.

equIP Series Indoor Box Cameras
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File Number
-Product
Features
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
- Stream Features
- Supports 30/25fps
- Provides Dual Stream H.264 and/or MJPEG compression,
- Typical bandwidth
- 3.0Mbps @ H.264, 1920x1080
- 2.7Mbps @ H.264, 1280x720
- 1.8 Mbps @H.264, 800x450
- 0.9 Mbps @H.264, 640x360
- 0.315 Mbps @H.264, 320x180
- Supports both dynamic and static IP address assignment
- Supported Protocols: IPv4, HTTP, TCP, RTSP, RTP, UDP, ARP, DNS,RTCP,
FTP, ICMP, DHCP, Bonjour, IGMP
- Multiple Users with security password: 1 Administrator, 3 guests (unicast)
equIP Series Indoor Box Cameras
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File Number
-Product Matrix
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
ONVIF
Part #
Old PSIA
Part #
Description Lens Resolution Minimum Illumination
Video
Compressi
on
IP Indoor Mini-Domes
H3D1F1X HD3MDIHX H.264, True
Day/Night,
DNR
3.3-12 mm,
f1.6
VFAI Lens

720p
(1280 x 720)
0.25 lux color/0.22 lux BW @
50 IRE, f1
Dual
streaming:
H.264 and
H.264/
MJPEG
H3W1F1X HD3MWIHX H.264, True
Day/Night,
DNR, Wide
Dynamic
VFAI Lens
(3.3-12 mm,
f1.6)
720p
(1280 x 720)
0.14 lux color/0.1 lux BW @
50 IRE, f1.6
WDR - 115DB

Dual
streaming:
H.264 and
H.264/
MJPEG
H3D2F1X HD3HDIHX H.264, True
Day/Night,
DNR
MFZ Lens
(3-9 mm,
f1.2)
1080p
(1920 x
1080)
0.18 lux color/0.15 lux BW @
50 IRE, f1.2
Dual
streaming:
H.264 and
H.264/
MJPEG
equIP Series Indoor Dome Cameras
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File Number
-Product
Features
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
-Indoor Body Camera
- CMOS Image Sensor, Progressive Scan
- Die-cast aluminum with a cool gray powder coat finish
- Options:
- True Day/Night (TDN)
- 3.3-12 mm Varifocal Auto Iris, f1.6 (H3D1F1X)
- 2.6-6 mm Varifocal Auto Iris, f1.2 (H3D1F2X)
- 10-28 mm Varifocal Auto Iris, f1.8 (H3D1F3X)
- WDR
- Power Supply - 24 V AC or PoE IEEE 802.3af options
- Support input and output alarm contacts
- Support bidirectional audio
- Second video service connector (2-pin Molex)
-Single model for surface mount and recessed ceiling applications, 4S
adapter plate also supplied
-An optional wall/pendant mount kit (HD3-MK1)
- Operating Temperature -10C to 50C, RH: 0% to 85%, non-condensing


equIP Series Indoor Dome Cameras
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-Product Matrix
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
ONVIF
Part #
Old PSIA
Part #
Description Lens Resolution Minimum Illumination
Video
Compression
IP Indoor/Outdoor Rugged Mini-Domes
H4D1F1X HD4MDIHX H.264, True
Day/Night,
DNR
3.3-12 mm,
f1.6
VFAI Lens
720p
(1280 x 720)
0.25 lux color/0.22 lux
BW
@ 50 IRE, f1.6
Dual streaming:
H.264 and
H.264/
MJPEG
H4W1F1X HD4MWIHX H.264, True
Day/Night,
DNR, Wide
Dynamic
VFAI Lens
(3.3-12 mm,
f1.6)
720p
(1280 x 720)
0.14 lux color/0.1 lux
BW @
50 IRE, f1.6
WDR - 115DB

Dual streaming:
H.264 and
H.264/
MJPEG
H4D2F1X HD4HDIHX H.264, True
Day/Night,
DNR
MFZ Lens
(3-9 mm,
f1.2)
1080p
(1920 x 1080)
0.18 lux color/0.15 lux
BW @
50 IRE, f1.2,
Dual streaming:
H.264 and
H.264/
MJPEG
equIP Series Outdoor Dome Cameras
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-Product Matrix
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
Performance Series Dome Cameras
ONVIF
Part #
Old PSIA
Part #
Description Lens
Resolutio
n
Minimum
Illumination
Video
Compression
IP Indoor Rugged Mini-Domes
H3SVP1X HD44IPX H.264, Day/
Night, DNR
VFAI Lens
(3.3-12 mm)
VGA
640 x 480)
0.25 lux @ 50 IRE,
f1.6, 0.11
lux @ 30 IRE, f1.6
Dual streaming:
H.264 and H.264/
MJPEG
H3S1P1X HD45IPX H.264, Day/
Night, DNR
VFAI Lens
(3.3-12 mm)
720p
(1280 x
720)
0.25 lux @ 50 IRE,
f1.6, 0.11
lux @ 30 IRE, f1.6
Dual streaming:
H.264 and H.264/
MJPEG
IP Indoor/Outdoor Rugged Mini-Domes
H4SVP1X HD54IPX H.264, Day/
Night, DNR
VFAI Lens
(3.3-12 mm)
VGA
(640 x 480)
0.25 lux @ 50 IRE,
f1.6, 0.11
lux @ 30 IRE, f1.6
Dual streaming:
H.264 and H.264/
MJPEG
H4S1P1X HD55IPX H.264, Day/
Night, DNR
VFAI Lens
(3.3-12 mm)
720p
(1280 x
720)
0.25 lux @ 50 IRE,
f1.6, 0.11
lux @ 30 IRE, f1.6
Dual streaming:
H.264 and H.264/
MJPEG
Honeywell


IP PTZ Camera Portfolio
Acuix (HDX) series
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- CCD, 4CIF, 2CIF, and CIF resolutions
- Up to 30/25 frames per second
- DSPCore based MPEG4
- Camera Sabotage Detection
- Remote firmware updates
- Secure backup of all camera settings
- 5 simultaneous unicast
- Supported Protocols:IPv4, HTTP, TCP,
RTSP, RTP, UDP, IGMP, RTCP, FTP, ICMP
DHCP, Bonjour, ARP, DNS
- Camera blocks
18X Color 460 TVL
18X WDR&TDN 520 TVL
26X WDR&TDN 520 TVL
35X WDR&TDN 530 TVL
- Housings/mounts - same as Analog range- In-
Ceiling, Pendant (indoor/outdoor), Rugged
EQUIP Series - High Speed Dome ACUIX
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File Number
On Screen Menu for camera setup
EQUIP Series - High Speed Dome ACUIX
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Equip Series: ACUIX PTZ Dome Models
Honeywell

Camera
A-18X Colour
J-18X WDR&TDN
F- 26X WDR&TDN
G-35X WDR&TDN&EIS

Format
N-NTSC
P-PAL
HDX A N D D S W
Housing
D-In Ceiling
P-Indoor Pendant (white)
B-Indoor Pendant (black)
W-Weather Pendant
R-Rugged
Communication
D-TCP/IP
Trim Ring
W-White
B-Black
Bubble
S-Smoke
C-Clear
HDZ Series PTZ Dome Cameras
- 1080p High Definition
and
- upcoming SD (650TVL)
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HDZ Series - Camera Range
20X HD TDN PDT H.264 CLR
PTZ IP 30X PDT H.264 CLR (Indoor)
PTZ IP 36X PDT H.264 CLR (Outdoor)
PTZ IP 30X PDT H.264 CLR 32GB (Indoor)
PTZ IP 36X PDT H.264 CLR 32GB (Outdoor)



-Coming
Soon
-1080P
-SD
(650TVL)
- Indoor or Outdoor
-All fixings are security screws and required security torx (included) to fit and uninstall
-PDT = Pendant/ CLR = Clear
- Same Housing for both 1080P and Standard Definition (SD)
- All units clear as standard (HD Quality and Vandal Proof)
- 1080P units - SD slot for onboard storage is included
- SD units Standard units 8GB SD Card fitted (optional 32GB version available)
Note:SD cards are consumable and not covered on our warranty
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HDZ Series - Camera Range
- 1/2.8" Sony Progressive CMOS
- TDN and WDR
- Power Supply - 24 V AC or PoE IEEE 802.3af options
- Support input and output alarm contacts
- Support bidirectional audio
- Second video service connector (2-pin Molex)


-Features
- S/N ratio > 50db (AGC off)
- Auto Gain Control, Automatic/Manual Electronic Shutter, White Balance
- Electronic light compensation, automatic light compensation, Flicker less
mode
- Digital Noise Reduction, Digital slow shutter
- Analytics: Camera Sabotage and Motion Detection


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-Product
Features
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
-Indoor Body Camera
- CMOS Image Sensor
- Progressive Scan
- Die-cast aluminum with a cool gray powder coat finish
- Options: TDN and WDR

- Compatible with CS mount for CS lenses. Lens sold separately
- Compatible with HBC5WT bracket for Indoor application
- Compatible with HHC2WM series housing
- 3-axis (pan/tilt/rotation) gimbal bracket for precise camera positioning

- Power Supply - 24 V AC or PoE IEEE 802.3af options
- Support input and output alarm contacts
- Support bidirectional audio
- Second video service connector (2-pin Molex)

- Operating Temperature -10C to 50C, RH: 0% to 85%, non-condensing


equIP Series Box Cameras
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-Product
Features
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
-Features
- S/N ratio > 50db (AGC off)
- Auto Gain Control, Automatic/Manual Electronic Shutter, White Balance
- Electronic light compensation, automatic light compensation, Flicker less mode
- Digital Noise Reduction, Digital slow shutter

- Analytics: Camera Sabotage and Motion Detection
- Support ONVIF specification for interoperability between network video
products
- Includes advanced IP locator software to make system set-up easy
- Web browser configuration and set up for video and network parameters
- Remote firmware updates
- Support Internet Explorer 8 and 9, Mozilla Firefox

, and Google Chrome web


browsers
- Support Network Time Protocol (NTP) synchronization
- Support embedded date/time stamps in the video stream.

equIP Series Indoor Box Cameras
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-Product
Features
-Expanding integration possibilities with new camera solutions
- Stream Features
- Supports 30/25fps
- Provides Dual Stream H.264 and/or MJPEG compression,
- Typical bandwidth
- 3.0Mbps @ H.264, 1920x1080
- 2.7Mbps @ H.264, 1280x720
- 1.8 Mbps @H.264, 800x450
- 0.9 Mbps @H.264, 640x360
- 0.315 Mbps @H.264, 320x180
- Supports both dynamic and static IP address assignment
- Supported Protocols: IPv4, HTTP, TCP, RTSP, RTP, UDP, ARP, DNS,RTCP,
FTP, ICMP, DHCP, Bonjour, IGMP
- Multiple Users with security password: 1 Administrator, 3 guests (unicast)
equIP Series Indoor Box Cameras
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HDZ Series - (Part Number)
1080p Models
HDZ20HD(X) - Network True Day/Night 1080p PTZ Dome, Indoor
Pendant, Clear, 20X, H.264, NTSC(PAL), Micro SDHC Compatible
(Supports up to 32GB cards)
HDZ20HDE(X) - Network True Day/Night 1080p PTZ Dome, Outdoor
Pendant, Clear, 20X, H.264, NTSC(PAL), Micro SDHC Compatible
(Supports up to 32GB cards) up to 32GB cards)

SD (650TVL) Models
HDZ30X - Network True Day/Night Standard Definition PTZ Dome,
Indoor Pendant, Clear, 30X, H.264, PAL
HDZ30X-32GB - Network True Day/Night Standard Definition PTZ
Dome, Indoor Pendant, Clear, 30X, H.264, PAL, 32GB Micro SDHC
HDZ36EX - Network True Day/Night Standard Definition PTZ Dome,
Outdoor Pendant, Clear, 36X, H.264, PAL
HDZ36EX-32GB - Network True Day/Night Standard Definition PTZ
Dome, Outdoor Pendant, Clear, 36X, H.264, PAL, 32GB Micro SDHC
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-HDXWM2 ACUIX
-Wall Mount
-HDXPMA1 ACUIX
-Pole Mount Adapter
-HDXCMA1 ACUIX
-Corner Mount Adapter
-HDZ Series uses 1.5 NPT connectivity
-HDXSM1 ACUIX
-Half Swan Neck Pole
Mount Adapter
-HDCM1 ACUIX
-Indoor Pendant Mount
-HDPRM2 ACUIX
-Flat Roof and
-Parapet Mount
-HDVWM1 ACUIX
-Wall Mount
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GUI In local Languages 2 Clicks to change
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Excellent Picture Quality
HD - 1080P 20X
SD 570K Effective Pixels
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Excellent Picture Quality
HD - 1080P 20X
SD 570K Effective Pixels
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Low Light Video Less noise
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How good is the zoom and focus at distance?
-Read the wattage plate even
through a window!
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16 Privacy Zones
-Guarantees privacy where needed most Different colour options
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Integration with Recorders
20X 1080p IP PTZ
MAXPRO NVR XE/SE Now
Fusion IV DVR &NVR Now
IP Engine R400.3 Expected
Soon
Milestone (Enterprise &
Corporate)
Now
Mirasys Now
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1. High Definition 1080P (20X) and Standard Definition (30x to 36x) POE
IP PTZ domes for maximum flexibility
2. Up to 32GB SD card for on-board storage (including automatic
network failure recording)
3. Integrates with full range of Honeywell IP recording solutions
4. ONVIF compliant for ease of third party integration




HDZ Series - Key Value Propositions
-Honeywell Quality Trusted Reliability
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HVE1(X), HVE4(X), HVE8(X) 1, 4, 8 Ch Video encoder
H.264/MPEG4/MPEG2/MJPEG encoding
ONVIF Profile S
Dual streaming
Power over Ethernet (1 and 4 Ch units)
Local storage MicroSD 4GB in HVE1,
16GB in HVE4, supports 4TB HDD (not included)
Embedded Motion Detection
Embedded privacy zone
Customizable text overlay
1/4/8 Alarm input and 1/2/4 relay output
RS485 PTZ control, multiple protocols
1/4/8 Ch Audio line level input
2-way audio support through web browser
Exception and system logging (requires SD card or HDD)
Local User Management, live view and playback of local recorded video with the web
browser, supporting Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari
Optional tray to rack mount
Honeywell


Matrix
Videoblox and MaxproNet
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8
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Used to provide an interface between the monitor and a number of cameras
Enables any input to be connected to any output
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Matrix Switching - Fundamentals
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Videoblox Matrix

Components of VideoBloX
- Chassis / PSU module
- CPU module
- Video input module
- Video output module - Titled

- Video interlink modules

- Audio input module
- Audio output module

- Alarm Input and Output
- Protocol Translators for PTZ, 3
rd
party, etc
HVB16NETCPU HVB2UX
HVB4UX
HVB8UX
HVB12UX
HJC5000
HJK7000
HVBNET16TO
HVBM32
HVBM64
HVBGPIO
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Chassis Height
Number of
Modules
Typical Size
2U (P/N: HVB2UX) 3 32 into 16
4U (P/N: HVB4UX) 7 80 into 16 or 64 into 32
8U (P/N: HVB8UX) 15 192 into 32 or 128 into 64
12U (P/N: HVB12UX) 23 320 into 32 or 288 into 64

Chassis
Interlinked chassis (up to 4080 into 256) using Satellite chassis
18.976"
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9
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Width
(all chassis)
12U
8U
4U
Depth
(all chassis)
3.5"
2U
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Backplane (64 channels)
Power Supply
Chassis
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LED
Name
Description
Tx Data
Flashes on when data
present on the backplane
transmit data line
Rx Data
Flashes on when there is
data present on the
backplane receive line
RTS
Flashes on when the
chassis is transmitting
data
Video
Sync
On when the sync input is
present
Reset
On when the reset signal,
on the backplane is active
Reset Push Button
Chassis PSU (front)
Sync Phase Potentiometer
Dip Switches
Backplane
Baud Rate
Switch 2 Switch 1
9600 Baud OFF OFF
19.2KB (Default) OFF ON
57.6KB ON OFF
115.2KB ON ON
Switch
Position
OFF ON
3
Chassis
generates
system sync
Chassis
receives
system sync
4
Chassis is a
master
Chassis is a
slave
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Low Voltage Supply
Fuse
Control Expansion
Low Voltage Connector Communication
Expansion
Mains Input
Chassis - PSU (Rear)
Chassis Sync input
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CPU Module (P/N: HVBNET16CPU)
This Controller is a Matrix controller and a 16 Channels Titled Output card.
VideoBloX system is controlled from a single master CPU module.
CPU module manages the operation of all modules installed into a chassis or sub-
chassis.
- Uses the Honeywell NetCore running on Embedded Linux OS which brings
TCP/IP connectivity and Flash memory.
- 10/100 base T Ethernet LAN connectivity & firmware can be upgraded via
network.
Can be set either for NTSC or PAL by DIP switch
High speed processor, Power monitor and watchdog circuitry
Four serial ports for communication and control.
All system configuration is carried out by a PC running Windows XP or indows 7
which is connected to the CPU module.
- Once configuration is complete the PC maybe disconnected or used as a
system activity logger.
- A default system configuration is present on a new system
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NETCFG configuration
software
NETGUI graphical user
interface
Telent
Web Browser for
Diagnostics/Software
upgrades and possibly config
3rd Party Integration using
VideoBloX TCP/IP AUX
protocol
Ultra NET keyboard
Port has multipurpose
1. For use in Linux
2. Display Linux Boot sequence
3. Display dBUG and Linux boot sequence
VideoBloX Auxillary port
for 3rd party interface
PTZ

PTZ

DVR

HONEYWELL
HVBNET16CPU rear panel Connection.
Version: 0.2
Date: 9-19-2007

Other New VideoBloX system
for satellite function.

Other old VideoBloX system
for satellite function.
Ultra NET keyboard

TX RX
TX
RX
TX
RX
CPU Module - HVBNET16CPU
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VideoBloX NET CPU vs CPU Lite
Feature Lite CPU NET CPU
Video Inputs 96 1,248
Video Outputs (Titled) 8 256
Alarm Inputs 8
6000 Alarm inputs,
expandable by GPIO
card
Control Outputs 2
1000 Relay outputs,
expandable to GPIO
card
Keyboards / GUI 8 32
Satellite Matrices No Yes 15 nodes
-32 Groups and 512 Scenes (4 video/audio per scene)
-1024 x 25 step Sequences
-64 Time Of Day Events
-1024 x 40 character text message table
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Video Input Module
16 Video Inputs
Front panel termination switch
Front panel gain adjustment
Video Loss detection
Limited protection against over-voltage
Position independent
Hot-swappable
Each of the inputs may be routed to 1 or more
of the 64 back plane channels
Each input card has an onboard CPU,
Switching voltage regulator and a fuse
Video Input Description
HVBM32
16 Inputs into 32
Outputs
HVBM64
16 Inputs into 64
Outputs
Power Indicator LED
Video Input Gain
Adjustment
Rear BNC Input Panel
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Video Output Module
16 Titled Video Outputs
Limited protection against over-voltage
Position independent
Hot-swappable
Titling - 24 character in any of 12 lines
Real Time Clock & Character formatting
Front panel gain adjustment will adjust
the overall output level of the video signal
Firmware can be upgraded by Ethernet
port
Video Output Description
HVBNET16TO
16 Outputs with
Titling (NTSC/PAL)
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Module Alarm Input / Output, PTZ Card
HVBGPIO is a board that should be mounted in a standard VideoBloX chassis
- 24 alarm inputs, supporting 2 kinds of alarm type
contact closure with 2 options (normal close and normal open).
In EOL mode, 2.2Kohm external resister is required
- 4 relay outputs, working at up to 1A @ 50V
- 4 UART control ports, supporting up to 9 PTZ protocols such as MAXPRO,
Diamond, VCL, JVC, Pelco P & D.
- 10/100 base T Ethernet LAN connectivity. Firmware is upgradeable using web
browser
- 1 serial port for communicating and controlling
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HVBNET16CPU with HVBGPIO board
Simplified cabling
HVBGPIO replaces many small
boxes : I2C alarm and relay
boxes, PIT devices, converters
and relevant power supplies
cleaning the cabling.
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Keyboard - HJC5000
High Brightness alphanumeric display
Supports Videoblox and Maxpronet
TCP/IP/RS232/RS422 connectivity (POE)
Touch Wheel for DVR/NVR Control
Web Browser for easy upgrading and configuring
Keys are laser cut and fade free
Control of:
- Matrix Switching
- PTZ Cameras and High Speed Domes
- CCTV peripherals
Special function keys for:
- Group Selection
- Initiation of Sequencing
Alarm Monitoring - Unique alarm tone
Industrial grade twist-zoom joystick
High efficiency, switch mode PSU.
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Keyboard HJK7000
Ultrakey Plus HJK7000
VideoBloX and Maxpronet Modes
TCP/IP/RS232/RS422 connectivity
Power over Ethernet
Touch Wheel for DVR/NVR Control
Web Browser for easy upgrading and
configuring
Keys are laser cut and fade free
Powerful and versatile colour touchscreen,
it may be configured with hundreds of
menus, up to 8,000 buttons and 999
keycodes.
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Increasing System Capacity
Chassis Interlinking
- Expands the capacity of a single CPU
system
- Chassis may be adjacent or remotely
located
- Up to single System Capacity of 4080x256
- HVB32LKO Enables 32 Backplane
channels to be outputted from a chassis
- HVB32LKI Allows 32 Backplane Channels
to be introduced to another chassis
- 2 x HVB32LKO and 2 x HVB32LKI
modules must be used to connect all 64
Backplane channels.
- RJ45s are used in conjunction with
Twisted Pair cables to complete the
connection between adjacent chassis
- Interlinking modules must be considered
at the design stage, as they will use space
within the chassis
HVB32LKO VideoInterlink 32
RS422
Communication
Link
16 x RJ45
Twisted Pair
Connections
HVB32LKO VideoInterlink 32
HVB32LKI VideoInterlink 32
HVB32LKI VideoInterlink 32
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Interlinking to increase outputs
Videoblox matrix Switcher with 128 outputs (2 Chassis)
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Matrix Satellite Interconnection
Site 3
VideoBloX
Matrix
3
Site 2
VideoBloX
Matrix
2
Site 1
VideoBloX
Matrix
1
RS422
Satelliting - Connects multiple CPU/Systems
Allows operators to take control of one or more systems
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New VB Configuration Software Editor
Used for initial configuration and maintenance
Simple Operator Interface
Tabbed Files with intuitive input windows
Downloads data to system CPU
Simplifies understanding of matrix configuration
Configuration stored in Paradox 7 databases.
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Video GUI
Control of VideoBloX connected equipment:
- PTZ and Domes, VCRs, Multiplexers
Simulates the operation of a keyboard
Ideally suited for touch screen
Graphics stored as:
- BMP, WMF and Enhanced WMF
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MAXPRO-Net Introduction
Honeywell Video Systems has acquired two of the most robust matrix switches available in the global marketplace.
MAX-1000
Created by MAXPRO

Acquired by Ultrak

Acquired by Honeywell

VideoBloX
Created by BetaTech

Acquired by Ademco Video

Acquired by Honeywell

With two of the most powerful matrix switches in the product lineup, Honeywell had some decisions to make.
Analysis were made of both product lines and it was determined the best matrix switch would actually be a hybrid
of the two lines. The CPU and software from the MaxPro line were paired with the video switching chassis and
cards from the VideoBloX line. Peripheral control has been maintained for both lines to allow flexibility and long
term maintenance options for existing customers.
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MAXPRO-Net Introduction
MAXPRO-Net is a high performance CCTV
management system.
Integrates to MAXPRO CPU and VideoBlox
switchers
System expansion with Network nodes
Fully programmable CCTV Keyboards
(Ultrakey/HEGS)
Complete sets of Configuration, Monitoring
& troubleshooting utilities
Powerful scripting interface Macros
Live Configuration Updates
3
rd
Party Integrations through HLI (High
Level Interface)
Complete Language translation support
(I18N)
Current MAXPRO-Net/VideoBlox integration
supports redundancy through MegaPIT.
Redundancy is achieved through Megapit.

PTZ Alarm Input/Output


MAXPRO-Net Application without MEGAPIT
Video Matrix System Solution Mode IV
HONEYWELL

CC/EOL NC/NO
RS232
RS232 RS232
RS232/RS422/RS485
DVR
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MAXPRO-Net and VideoBloX Differentiators
MAXPRO-Net
- Windows PC Based
- Redundancy (MegaPIT)
- Enterprise Integration
- Fusion DVRs integration
- AHDR, HRHD, HRXD DVRs
Integration via PIT
- Powerful Macro programming
language
- 4.096 inputs 1.024 outputs
- 30.000 alarms IN and 10.000 relay
OUT
- 99 Keyboards & Operators

VideoBloX
- Embedded Processor
- No redundancy
- AHDR, HRHD, HRXD Integration
- Simple point and click Sequence
builder
- 1,248 inputs 256 Outputs
- 256 alarms IN and 256 relay OUT
- 32 keyboards & Operators
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Integrating MAXPRO-Net & VideoBlox Components
Maxpronet Keyboards

HJC5000



HJK7000



HEGS5300 (Obsolete)
HEGSA002 (Obsolete)
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Redundancy (MAXPRO-Net with MegaPIT and VB hardware)
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MAXPRO-Net with MAX-1000 & VB hardware
RS232 to
RS422
RS422
Maxpronet
VB Sub Rack
RS232
RS232 (Bossware Protocol)
RS232/
IP
RS232/
IP
RS422
HVBPIT44
RS422 (Bossware Protocol)
RS232 to
RS422
VB Sub Rack
Note: VB CPU cards are Removed
from the Sub Rack
HD Sub Rack
Honeywell


Monitors
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LCD Monitors
Two professional ranges L-Series and E-Series
L-Series HMLCD17L/X, HMLCD19L/X
- Resolution, SXGA 1280 x 1024
- Brightness, 300 cd/m2
- Contrast ratio, 500:1
- Response time, 8 ms
- Two built-in speakers
- Convenient front-panel controls
- VESA DDC mounting compliant
- Input Connectors- 1 VGA 15-Pin D-sub,
1 BNC and 1 RCA composite video inputs (HMLCD17LX)
2 BNC and 1 RCA composite video inputs, 1 BNC looping video output (For
HMLCD19/X only)
Honeywell Video Analytics
Unlocking the Power of Video Surveillance
Limitations include:
Huge Expense: very labor intensive.
False Alarms: false alarm rates over
90% are standard.
Information Overload: Operators
struggle to find the relevant Information.
Missed Security Events: human error
leads to large numbers of missed
important security threats.
Recent events have increased security needs at all levels
Current CCTV installations provide base levels of video surveillance
Todays CCTV World
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Standard CCTV Deployments
Walls of Eyes Difficult to focus on Key Events
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ActivEye Enabled CCTV Surveillance
ActivEye points out Critical Events in Real Time
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Limitations of Human Monitoring

The Harvard Experiment showed that:
50% of people counting passes made between two basketball teams will
not notice a gorilla walk into the middle of the viewing area, beat its
chest and walk out.
Harvard Human Attentiveness Study
In another study, military surveillance experiments demonstrated that:
After 12 minutes of continuous viewing of 2 or more sequencing
monitors,
An operator will miss 45% of all scene activity.
After approximately 22 minutes,
An operator will miss 95% of all scene activity.
The conclusion is clear:
Humans do not reliably detect security threats, whether watching live
video or reviewing archived data, resulting in false conclusions that
nothing occurred when, in fact something did (referred to as false
negatives).
SecurityOz Oct/Nov 2002
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The 3 Paradoxes of Video Surveillance
1. Adding more cameras will proportionally increase my level of security.
FALSE: In fact if you cannot detect real threats, in real time, you have not
increased your ability to detect incidents.
2. Outdoor video motion detection (VMD) is reliable
FALSE: VMD alarms on everything that moves.
3. Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) Virtual Guard Tours greatly increase my level of security.
FALSE: PTZ/VGT actually can decrease event detection due to the large blind
spot existing at any given time.


More Cameras Do NOT Mean Increased Security
The problem is simple: there are too many cameras, too few pairs of eyes to keep track of
them. And besides being a tedious task, watching TV monitors also demands a higher
level of concentration than many people cannot manage.
New Scientist (UK) 11 J uly 2003
CASE 1 700 Cameras 16 Monitors Viewed by 2 Officers
CASE 2 342 Cameras 1-42 Monitor 48 Thumbnails
Outdoor Views in PTZ Virtual Tour 1 Officer
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Why Your Customers Need Active Alert
Surveillance systems with dozens or hundreds of cameras become difficult to
manage.
Current CCTV provides base levels of video surveillance.
Operators struggle to identify the relevant information
Human error leads to routinely missed critical events
4 Studies show that operator fatigue occurs in <30 min.

How Active Alert Will Increase the True Level of Security
Monitor more cameras, more effectively, with fewer operators, for less cost.
Works with virtually any existing CCTV cameras, Windows / Linux Platforms,
or recording technology.
Detect, classify, track, and alarm on specific BEHAVIORS or EVENTS that
matter not on everything that moves.
Enables even CCTV installations without monitoring centers to remotely
alert on incidents in real-time.


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Detects, classifies, and tracks multiple objects simultaneously
- Not affected by changes in illumination, or weather
Detects more than Events
- Motion: move in wrong direction, enter/exit, running, loitering
- People interaction: people merge, people talked
- Traffic rules: illegal parking, illegal U-turn, pulled off road
- Object interaction: object left unattended, object removed
- Video events: video lost/restored, camera blocked, etc.
User Assigned Alarm Levels
- Sort alarms/events by significance
- Raise real-time alarms
Fast Search and Retrieval
- By object, by event, by camera, by date and/or time
Remote Accessibility
- Configuring, monitoring, forensics
Active Alert

Core Functionality
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Fence Line
The green arrow indicates the
correct direction.
People who go in the opposite
direction and who cross the
marked fence line set off an
alarm
Application: Perimeter Protection
-Goal: Detect intrusion within a
perimeter (fence, gate, virtual line)
-Camera View:
-A side view gives better results than
an overhead view for perimeter
surveillance.
-Zones and Events:
-Border Line Crossing/trespassing
events
-Enclosure Person entering (fence
line) events


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Zone : Fence Line
Placing a zone high on a
fence:
No Alarm: If approaching
the fence
Alarm!: When climbing the
fence
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Restricted Access Zone
The restricted access zone
enables one to detect
illegal parking in a given
area if the parking
exceeds a certain time
defined in the
configuration.
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Direction and U turn
The green arrows indicate the
allowed direction.
Vehicles moving in the opposite
direction set off an alarm..
The green arrows on
one of the sides define
the exit location of the
illegal U-Turn.

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Zone: Vehicle Counting. Total
Zone placed to intercept the flow
of vehicles where they are most
visible.
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Honeywell Analytics Packages
VIDEO/CAMERA EVENTS
Active Alert
Lite
Active Alert
Standard
Active Alert
Plus
People
Counting
Smart
Impressions
video signal lost
video signal restored X X X X
Camera sabotage features X X X X
COUNTING EVENTS
person counted as entering
person counted as exiting X X X X
car entered lot X X X X
car exited lot X X X
car counted, not in UI? X X X
car counted in lane
PREMIUM EVENTS X
object left unattended
object removed X
possible theft X
SMART IMPRESSIONS ONLY X
entering target zone [merchandizing]
staying in target zone [dwell time] X
X
BUILT-IN to the system; not typically selected by Customers
entered
exited X X X
merged X X X
split X X X
started moving X X X
stopped X X
started moving in wrong direction X X
stopped moving in wrong direction X X
entered restricted area X X
exited restricted area X X
trespassing X X
X X
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Offered Platforms
Server based
Active Alert Server and frame grabber
card with up to XXX channels of analytics
Supports Server / Client configuration -
Windows Server R2 SP1 (64-bit) Standard
and Enterprise Windows 7 SP1 (32-bit and
64-bit) Professional, Enterprise and
Ultimate editions
Support for Fusion IV v4.50.1513 unit as a
video input source to provide live video (up
to 6 channels).


DVR based
Rapid Eye Active Alert with up to 8
channels of analytics

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Server System Components
Network
E-mail Alarm
Alarm!
Graphical and
Audio Alarm
ActiveAlert
Server
Video data
by category
Alarm and
Search
Cameras
Easy Integration With Existing CCTV Systems
Digital Media
(AVI, M-JPEG FGiles)
- ARCHIVE version only
PC ActiveAlert
Client
Relay Output
(option)
Configuration tools
Surveillance station
Search tools
PC ActiveAlert
Client
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HVA 4.8 Updated software package P/Ns
HAAB Honeywell Active Alert Base (single channel addon license)
HAAC Honeywell Analytics People Counting (single channel addon license)
HAAP Honeywell Active Alert Premium (single channel addon license)
HAAS Honeywell Active Alert Standard (single channel addon license)
HASI Honeywell Analytics Smart Impressions (single channel addon license)
HAAMS Honeywell Alarm Management Server Software package
Model
Numbers
Description
HASWCD
Software CD only for Honeywell Video Analytics Packages version 4.9 (Soft
Key from version 4.6 onwards)
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HVA 4.8 Accessories P/Ns
Model
Numbers
Description
HACARDPAC2
Euresys Picolo Alert Compact Framegrabber PCI Express Card for 8 analog
inputs (must use with HACARDCAB8)
HACARDCAB8 8 port spider cable for Picolo Alert Compact Card (HACARDPAC2)
100-00504
USB-based 8 Form C Relays and 8 High Voltage Inputs (can only use 1 per
analytics server)
100-00473
USB-based 24 Form C Relays electromechanical 6 AMP outputs (can only use 1
per analytics server)
Ordering Process:
Once the system has been deployed defining the list of the items, the PO (Purchase
Order) can be generated.
It is recommended to select a key person (CCTV PM or Tech manager) to approve if
the solution and relevant PO is correct.
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New HVA Lens Tool for correct design
This updated Tool will be uploaded into our Team Room
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Questions and Answers
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Thank You