Hanwha Techwin’s New Public View Monitors to feature built-in cameras

HSSRHanwha Techwin, a global supplier of IP and analog video surveillance solutions, today announced the immediate availability of a new range of easy to install and affordable Public View Monitors (PVMs) designed to help retailers deter crime

The new Wisenet PVMs offer a complete built-in SSL-connected to megapixel camera, eliminating the need for system integrators to install and connect a separate supporting camera. With a choice of 10”, 27”, and 32” monitors, the three new PVMs can be easily placed at store entrances, shopping aisles, cash registers, or self-service checkouts.

Ray Cooke, senior vice- president, Products, Solutions, and Integration, Hanwha Techwin America, said, “Public view monitors can serve as a strong deterrent to illicit behaviour. Our new line of PVMs has been designed for ease of installation so they can be quickly deployed across a large number of stores.”

Aside from deterring crime, the new PVMs can also display other information such as customised on-screen messaging to indicate a recording is in progress, as well as supplier commercials, own-brand product promotions, and special offers, by making use of the monitors’ SD/SDHC/SDXC slot which can facilitate up to 256GB of data storage.

Face and motion detection activation

The face and motion detection feature can also be configured to switch the display to ‘live’ view to make people aware they are being watched, as they will be able to see themselves on the monitor as they enter a store or walk down a shopping aisle. The display reverts to the slide show after a specified number of seconds.

Video evidence

The ultra-low light capabilities of the new PVMs, together with Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) technology performing at up to 150dB, enables the built-in camera to capture clear, sharp images in strongly contrasting light conditions at store entrances, for example, where strong sunlight may be streaming in.

Power over Ethernet

All three PVMs can be powered by 12V DC, with the Wisenet SMT-1030PV also offering the option to utilise Power over Ethernet (PoE+) if there isn’t an existing power supply close to where the PVM is being installed. A single cable of up to 325 feet is all that is needed to provide both power to the SMT-1030PV and for network communications.

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