Pixim, an imaging chip developer catering to enterprise security cameras, announced that inMotion has begun the mass production of two public view monitors and eight security camera models.
The monitors are developed with Pixim’s Seawolf chip. The products were displayed at the Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas during the 2011 ISC West conference from April 6 to 8, 2011.
The inMotion cameras are available in a number of form factors such as in ATM, box, dome and bullet configurations. They include the smallest Seawolf vandal dome, the in40 and the Seawolf-based box camera, the in10.
The Seawolf chips offer inMotion’s customers with cameras that have unparalleled 690 HTVL effective resolution, wide dynamic range and the capability to render color pictures with 0.1 lux at 30 fps.
The CEO of inMotion, Kai Leuze stated that the ISC West, which is an important security conference in North America, was an ideal platform for launching the company’s new solutions and technologies. Leuze said that he was happy to inform customers about the advantage of using Seawolf-based cameras, which enable superior video capture.