AXIS COMMUNICATIONS 0391-001 AXIS Q1921-E 60MM OUTDOOR THERMAL NETWORK CAMERA 30FPS Q1921-E Thermal Network Camera (60mm, 30fps, Outdoor)
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|Item Display Weight||30 pounds|
|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Package Height||9 x 10 x 23 inches|
|Shipping Weight||5 pounds|
The Axis Q1921-E is a rugged and versatile camera for outdoor situations requiring top-notch surveillance. Thermal imaging provides information even in complete darkness. It bolsters day time accuracy by compensating for shadows in harsh daylight. This thermal imaging camera also performs in conditions that compromise visibility, such as smoke, haze, dust and light fog.
Housed in protective casing, this outdoor Axis camera comes out of the box ready to withstand harsh weather. In addition, itâ€™s equipped with a window heater to prevent fogging.With a wide detection range and digital zoom, The Axis Q1921-E covers a large area without compromising the ability to view details. With multiple lens alternatives, it can be outfitted to fill a variety of surveillance scenarios.
Intelligent video capabilities include detection of motion, audio and tampering. Two-way audio can be used to communicate with visitors or intruders. Also, it has ability to integrate with third-party analytics modules. H.264 video compression saves bandwidth and storage space without compromising image quality. Coupled with Motion JPEG, H.264 also allows for multiple, individually configurable video streams. HDTV provides superior image quality. Power over Ethernet is cost effective, eliminates the need for cables and allows for installation in remote locations such as tunnels or parking lots.
- Thermal imaging
- Multiple lens alternatives
- Intelligent video capabilities
- Power over Ethernet
Top Customer Reviews
In a well designed security system using digital cameras, the Q19 offers the ability to DETECT motion over a wide area while other more conventional IP cameras can be used to identify faces or license plates with high definition optical systems. In effect, the Q19 is used as a trigger to record the output from multiple other cameras. In this role, it is best ordered with the 10 degree lens which gives you the widest field of view. While long distances can be monitored with the 60 degree lens, no identifying features will ever be made out, so the longer telephoto lenses are just giving you the ability to detect movement at 3000 feet, if your job requires it (e.g. boarder patrol systems)
Most conventional usage with the 10 degree lens over a wide area would use the reliable thermal images from the Q19 camera to detect motion and start recording data from multiple other conventional IP cams inside its field of view. This triggering ability can be configured in the IP monitoring and logging software. Essentially the Q19 is a motion detector covering a large area if equipped with the 10 degree lens option, and the other cameras are positioned within the q19's field of view, up close with higher definitions and color feeds to give identification. Each motion event from the Q19 can cause 4-6 IP cams to record their sectors during the event giving usable pictures of what happened.
Don't expect to identify one person from another with this camera as all people look the same in a thermal image. Teaming it with a well layed out IP cam system and software will yield at least one IP stream of color HD data that can clearly make out the person or vehicle that entered monitored space. In designing the Q19's position, it needs to be behind all other cameras that record high quality video when the Q19 senses motion - the 10 degree lens will cover a wide area. The Q19 is immune to falling leaves, insects, and other moving objects that are at the same temperature as the background - this makes it an ideal camera to reduce the number of false alarms, e.g. from moving tree branches near a roadway. It will only sense motion on the vehicles or people.
Although the Q19 is still an expensive IP camera, it's price and feature set are still far better than previous thermal options only 3 years old, which would run 30K USD or more. Teamed with the proper software and storage it dramatically reduces the false alarm problems with regular IP camera systems and saves disk space with fewer events recorded in a day. This is a special purpose product designed to be part of a complete IP camera system (see example images in pictures)