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Logipix 100 Megapixel IP camera

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This device consists of nine 15 Megapixel Logipix cameras that are integrated into one camera house. The cameras are located at 40 degree angles to each other, allowing the client to have a 360° panoramic view. The total resolution of the “stitched” picture is 100 Megapixels, and it is these detailed images that allow for effective surveillance of an area.

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The device is most effective when a large area needs to be observed. Unlike the moving PTZ cameras, this system records the monitored area continuously.

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The Logipix Panoramic Camera provides synchronized recording, which ensures the correct display of events. This means that there are no omissions at the borders of the sensors.

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The Logipix 100 Megapixel Panoramic camera, as like any other IP camera by STP Limited Hungary, uses the JPEG2000 standard for video stream compression. JPEG2000 was developed especially for high resolution images. The feature allows a multi-megapixel surveillance system with flexible bandwidth management. It means that a low size data stream can be sent, as opposed to having to send the images in high resolution. The video recorder of the Logipix system, the LNVR makes use of the JPEG2000’s scalability function for intelligent video stream transmission. The recording side zoom function is called the ‘Logi-Zoom’. For further information about the Logi-Zoom function, please visit the Logi-Zoom and Logipix NVR pages found in the Products section.

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The Multi-Zoom function can be used on the merged image, where several high resolution zoomed areas can be observed on one single panoramic image, in both the live and archived modes.

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The device has incredibly fast data processing and can record 5 pieces of 100MP frames per second.

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Thanks to the JPEG2000 compression standard, and the Logi-Zoom function, the Logipix cameras can be used efficiently over low-bandwidth networks (ADSL,GPRS/EDGE) as well.

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The device can be connected to the network using a Gigabit switch, which is integrated into the camera house. An in-built PSU provides the power supply for the panorama camera.

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Logipix 15 Megapixel IP camera

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The power supply of the cameras can be provided by LPoE (Low Power over Ethernet) router, which is integrated in the Logipix Network Video Recorder.

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The 15 Megapixel IP camera, the II generation of the Logipix camera family, provides extraordinary quality and resolution. The extremely detailed and sharp images are based on the 4608(H) x 3264(V) multi-megapixel CMOS sensor. Digitizing this large amount of data is ensured by the self-developed MPX15 signal processor.

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Logipix uses progressive scanning in which all the lines of each frame are drawn in sequence. This function helps to eliminate motion blurs, which is often caused by systems which are using interlaced scanning process.

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Logipix 15 Megapixel camera uses the JPEG2000 standard for video stream compression. It has been developed expressly for high resolution pictures and one of its main features is scalability. As a result of this feature, lower resolution pictures can be transmitted to the monitoring system as they are suitable for the monitor resolution. The multi-megapixel video stream is stored in the network video recorder in its original format. The video recorder of the Logipix system, the LNVR uses the JPEG2000 to scale down the image resolution ensuring intelligent video stream transmission. This function has been penned the ‘Logi-Zoom’. For further information about the Logi-Zoom function, please visit Logi-Zoom and Logipix NVRs pages in the Products section.

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Thanks to the JPEG2000 compression standard and the Logi-Zoom function, Logipix cameras can be used efficiently over low-bandwidth networks (ADSL,GPRS/EDGE) as well.

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Logipix cameras provide high frame rate recording. The self developed MPX signal processor ensures 5 FPS without any resolution reduction and 25 FPS at FULL HD resolution.

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Logipix cameras have a built-in motion detection function, which allows very precise monitoring, as it is working with the uncompressed pictures on the hardware side. The algorithm has many setup options:

Sensitivity: the minimum change between two pictures to make an effect (sound an alarm, change record settings)

Holding: after an alarm, the changes in the picture won't set off another alarm during this time period. The new change restarts this timer, so the continuous movement doesn't cause new alarm.

Mask: a selected area on the picture also has sensitivity level. With high sensitivity selection and low sensitivity background, the changes on the selection have an effect, without disturbing those in the background.

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Logipix cameras provide image masking functions which can be set by the monitoring software of the system. Privacy masks and Exposure masks are selected parts of the picture which do not take into account in the color detection and light compensation algorithms. The privacy mask is always blank (in case of live and archive video as well). A black area can be seen at the selected part of the picture, thus areas can be obscured which cannot be viewed because of privacy rights (e.g.: windows of houses) or those areas which are irrelevant in the term of observation. If the masked area is large enough on the camera picture, the recording time or the frame rate can be increased.

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The device has built-in backlight compensation, wherewith the camera provides perfectly detailed images even in unfavorable light conditions. The function can be used on the whole picture or just for a part of it.

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This function is available only for the Day/Night design Logipix camera. This camera has a built-in, mechanically movable IR filter which is essential for outdoor use. IR compensated lenses are also required. The camera automatically measures the brightness of the pictures, and when it becomes too dark, it switches to night mode. In night mode the IR filter is removed between the lenses and the sensor and the picture turns to black and white. Without the IR filter, the sensor gets more light and IR illuminators can work effectively.

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Cameras can be manufactured with an SATA interface. These cameras are able to store images without needed a centralized LNVR, due to the connected SATA HDD and the built-in NVR function.

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15 MP cameras can be ordered with Auto Back Focus (ABF) module. The ABF module changes the position of the sensor in the purpose of right focus configuration therefore the Logipix cameras do not need expensive auto-focus lenses.

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Logipix 9.1 Megapixel IP camera

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Power supply of the cameras can be provided by LPoE (Low Power over Ethernet) router, which is integrated in the Logipix Network Video Recorder.

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The first generation of the Logipix cameras with its 9.1 megapixel CMOS image sensor ensures the high resolution pictures which contain 20X more pixels and result 5X wider and higher observation area than a standard analog camera does.

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Logipix uses progressive scanning wherewith all the lines of each frame are drawn in sequence. This function helps to eliminate motion blurs, which usually caused by systems which are using interlaced scanning process.

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The video signal is compressed with JPEG2000, which standard was developed for multi-megapixel resolution pictures and one of its main advantage is the scalability. This feature allows to transmit lower resolution video stream to the remote monitoring system instead of sending the stored, high resolution pictures. The video recorder of the Logipix system, the LNVR is utilizing the scalability of the JPEG2000 pictures for intelligent video stream transmission. This recorder side zoom function is the so called Logi-Zoom. For further information about the Logi-Zoom function, please visit Logi-Zoom and Logipix NVRs sites at the Products section!<.p>

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Thanks to JPEG2000 compression standard and the Logi-Zoom function, Logipix cameras can be used efficiently over low-bandwidth networks (ADSL,GPRS/EDGE) as well.

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Logipix cameras provide high frame rate recording. The self developed MPX signal processor ensures 5 FPS without any resolution reduction and 25 FPS at FULL HD resolution.

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Logipix cameras have built-in motion-detection function. The algorithm works with the uncompressed pictures, therefore its accuracy doesn't depends on the compression rate. Thus the system is able to sense any activity on the camera picture, which for different functions can be assigned.

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Logipix cameras provides image masking functions which can be set by the monitoring software of the system. Privacy mask and Exposition mask are selected parts of the picture which are not taking to account in the color detection and light compensation algorithms. Privacy mask is always blank (in case of live and archive video as well). A black area can be seen at the selected part of the picture, thus areas can be obscured which can not be observed due privacy rights (e.g.: windows of houses) or those areas which are irrelevant in the term of observation. If the masked area is large enough on the camera picture, the recording time or the frame rate can be increased.

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With the Automatic Backlight Compensation function, Logipix cameras provides perfectly detailed pictures beside disturbing light conditions as well.

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This function is available only for Day/Night design Logipix camera. This camera has built-in, mechanically movable IR filter which is essential for outdoor usage (IR compensated lenses are also required). The camera automatically measures the brightness of the pictures, and when it became too dark (and other automatically adjustable parameters are fulfilled) it switches to night mode. In night mode the IR filter will be removed between the lenses and the sensor and the picture turns to black and white. Without the IR filter the sensor gets more light and IR illuminators can work effectively.

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Cameras can be manufactured with SATA interface. These cameras are able to store images without centralized LNVR due to the connected SATA HDD and the built-in NVR function.

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