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Grandstream Augments IP Surveillance Product Family

Launches four new outdoor Infrared weatherproof IP Cameras for the SMB, enterprise, and consumer markets

Grandstream Networks has launched four new outdoor Infrared weatherproof IP Cameras for the SMB, enterprise, and consumer markets. The four new IP cameras, GXV3672_HD_36, GXV3672_FHD_36, GXV3674_FHD_VF, and GXV3610_FHD expand the model selection within Grandstream’s outdoor IP Cameras while offering users a variety of form factors, video resolution and lens options that allow for the creation of a customized surveillance solution.

The GXV3672_HD_36 and GXV3672_FHD_36 IP Cameras are two new model options within the existing day/night, bullet-style GXV3672 IP camera series that gives users the choice to select a 3.6mm lens vs. the existing 8mm lens. The 3.6mm lens models offers better coverage for wider-angle monitoring, while the existing 8mm version is ideal for monitoring medium distances at a 30-degree angle.

All four GXV3672 IP camera models feature a 1.2 and 3.1 Megapixel CMOS sensors, multi-bit-rate H.264 at 720p or 1080p resolutions, IP66 weatherproof casing, ONVIF compliance and (Infrared) IR-Cut capability for advanced nighttime and low-light video surveillance recording.

The new GXV3674_FHD_VF IP Camera with vari-focal lens adds a Full HD model to the GXV3674_VF series for 1080p video recording. The company claimed that GXV3674_VF series are Grandstream’s first vari-focal IP Cameras, allowing them to be manually adjusted from 2.8mm (close angle monitoring at 115 degree angle) to 12mm (long distance at a 30 degree angle) and any other angle in between.

The GXV3610 series is an indoor/outdoor fixed dome IP camera that features IR capability for advanced nighttime and low-light surveillance recording, IP66 weatherproof casing and a 3.6mm focal lens for wide-angle monitoring of nearby subjects in settings such as banks, hotels, retail, offices, warehouses, and building entrances.

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