The IKS-WR7413 IP dome camera from Toshiba serves as a first line of defense for schools and businesses, monitoring everything happening outdoors even in complete darkness.
With its three-megapixel video resolution and bright LED IR illuminators, the IKS-WR7413 provides video, ensuring around-the-clock safety and security.
The IKS-WR7413 delivers 2048 x 1536 pixel resolution or 30 percent more area coverage than an 1080p HD camera, along with four simultaneous video streams to help reduce the number of cameras installed. Higher resolution, combined with a 2.8-8mm varifocal lens, means the IKS-WR7413 can end up adjusted to cover a wide field-of-view or narrow its focus to a smaller area for additional detail. Because night time surveillance is crucial to any security program, the IKS-WR7413 also has four adaptive infrared LEDs that enable it to capture images up to 25 feet away in the complete absence of light. Night vision is further enhanced by Toshiba’s True Day/Night Imaging technology that converts blurry color images into crisp black and white video when monitoring in darkness.
The camera can record video using two different codecs: H.264 or Motion JPEG for maximum network efficiency at up to 30 frames-per-second. Along with simple integration with a Toshiba NVR or other ONVIF compliant recorder, the IKS-WR7413 has a memory card slot, so it can store up to 64GB of video or JPEG images locally.
Standard cameras cannot end up used outdoors without damage occurring to their sensitive internal networking components. The IKS-WR7413 was environmentally engineered with an IP66-certified housing that protects it from dust and jets of water, so it will withstand not just rain and snow but being washed down with a hose. It’s operating range of 14° to 122° F qualifies it for reliable installation in outdoor spaces subject to wide temperature swings.