Honeywell’s HDZ PTZ series are True Day/Night, standard definition wide dynamic
network cameras. They provide extremely crisp video with up to 480,000 effective
pixels (NTSC) and 36x zoom for continuous surveillance in outdoor applications and
30x zoom in indoor environments.
HDZ provides 550 TVL horizontal resolution at full frame rate, a 360° rotation and
proportional zoom lens which combine to give you the flexibility to clearly view a
target area with desired width and depth. The 1/4" CCD image sensor offers the
latest in digital video surveillance technology with accurate color rendition through
a wide variety of lighting conditions. Electronic image stabilization is also available
for improved image quality in unstable mounting conditions.
The HDZ indoor PTZ supports Power over Ethernet Plus (25.5 W), simplifying
installation and saving you time on site, allowing for more domes to be commissioned
per day. The HDZ outdoor PTZ, with heater, requires 24 V AC or high power over
Ethernet (PoE++, 60 W) to power the unit. For critical infrastructure requirements
and in the event of a failure with the network, HDZ has the option to record captured
video to a Micro SDHC (card not included), providing an additional level of security to
the user. HDZ is also equipped with Wide Dynamic Range (WDR), which is ideal for
environments with high contrast and changing light conditions.
The HDZ Series outdoor camera is housed by an IP66 rated tamper-resistant dome
and integrated heater/blower to prevent the camera from damage by ingress of dust,
heavy rain and extended operating temperatures.
HDZ supports quad video streams and adopts multiple compression formats
(H.264/MJPEG) with rates up to 60 frames per second. The digital compression
parameters for the four video streams are independently configurable.
The combination of the latest digital technology and advanced video processing
makes HDZ ideally suited for large-scale surveillance in cities, roadways, airports,
casinos, government facilities, schools and campuses, industrial environments and
anywhere detailed surveillance is essential.