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Axis Communications P3354 Tamper-Resistant Indoor Fixed Dome Network Camera (6mm Lens)(0465-001)

Axis Communications P3354 Tamper-Resistant Indoor Fixed Dome Network Camera (6mm Lens)(0465-001)

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Part Number:0465-001
Product UPC: 7331021001503

Axis Communications P3354 Tamper-Resistant Indoor Fixed Dome Network Camera (6mm Lens)(0465-001)

The Axis Communications P3354 Tamper-Resistant Indoor Fixed Dome Network Camera (6mm Lens), with a 1/3"" progressive scan RGB CMOS imager and a 6mm DC-iris fixed lens, captures high-quality images in HDTV resolution. It supports individually configurable multiple H.264 and Motion JPEG video streams at up to 25-30fps. A minimum illumination of 0.1 lux (color) and 0.02 lux (B&W) makes the camera suitable for lowlight surveillance. Defined by its day & night ICR (infrared cut filter removal) function, the network camera switches between color and B&W as per changes in ambient lighting, ensuring accurate color reproduction in daylight and enhanced B&W images at night. The remote focus feature makes installations simpler by eliminating the need for hands-on focusing at the camera, and the remote zoom optimizes the camera's angle of view for the scene. With the pixel counter feature, the installer can ensure the pixel resolution of an object meets the regulatory or specific customer requirements. Besides, the indoor camera includes features such as privacy masking, text and image overlay, exposure control, and mirroring of images. Password protection restricts access to unauthorized persons and IP filtering restricts access to 1 or more user groups. User groups can be created with an IP address range being defined for each group. This tamper-resistant camera is ideal for use in areas such as retail stores, banks, and airports. Intelligent video capabilities include video motion detection and active tampering alarm. The camera supports an open API (Application Programming Interface) for software integration, including the ONVIF specification for interoperability between network video products. Power is supplied to the camera through PoE (IEEE 802.3af); hence the camera gets power from the network itself without any extra wiring for auxiliary power outlets.