Arecont Vision® Unveils Compact MicroBullet® Indoor/Outdoor Day/Night Megapixel Camera

®, the industry leader in IP-based
megapixel camera technology
, announces the introduction of a new
series of megapixel cameras, the MicroBullet® family. The
MicroBullet is an extremely compact and affordable bullet-style camera,
yet is loaded with advanced features developed by Arecont Vision.
MicroBullet will be on display in the Arecont Vision booth, #8405, at
the ISC West International Security Conference and Exposition, held in
the Exhibit Hall at the Sands Expo, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 5 – 7, 2017.

“With the introduction of the MicroBullet, Arecont Vision adds another
feature-rich, small form factor professional surveillance camera to our
lineup,” said Brad Donaldson, Vice President Product Development, for
Arecont Vision. “MicroBullet has the great features that our customers
expect, including a motorized lens, IR illumination, and low bandwidth
consumption, and all at a great price.”

The tiny MicroBullet with its integrated adjustable 3-axis mount is a
mere 6.8” (172.8mm) long and 2.8” (71.5mm) high. Available in 1080p or
3MP resolution, MicroBullet is ideal for low-profile indoor and outdoor
surveillance use, featuring a die-cast aluminum, IK-10 impact resistant,
and IP66 weather rated housing. All models offer rapid setup with a
remote focus/zoom 2.8 – 8mm motorized lens.

SNAPstream™ (Smart Noise Adaptation and Processing) technology reduces
camera bandwidth consumption in all MicroBullet models without impacting
image quality.

MicroBullet is ideal for applications with normal to challenging
lighting conditions, regardless of time of day. It offers true day/night
functionality, with a mechanical IR cut filter and integrated IR LED
illuminators. Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) up to 100db at full resolution is
available on select models for use in applications with challenging or
varied lighting conditions.

Each MicroBullet camera offers remote focus capability to simplify
set-up and significantly reduce installation time. Installers can simply
install the camera on a wall, ceiling, or structure, then adjust the
integrated 3-axis mount to point the sensor at the area to be covered.
Once off the lift or ladder, the installer can select “Short Range
Focus” or “Full Range Focus” for rapid setup from their computer, or
they can adjust the focus and zoom as required by the scene.

Arecont Vision cameras are designed to run an in-house developed,
Massively Parallel Image Processing Architecture (MPIPA) on a Field
Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) integrated circuit. All core features and
technologies are developed by Arecont Vision, allowing installed cameras
to be upgraded with new capabilities, thereby extending the useful life
of the device.

By employing the unique MPIPA architecture, Arecont Vision cameras do
not require the use of common imbedded operating systems. This approach
eliminates the risk of a cyber hacker repurposing an Arecont Vision
camera for use in Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS), network
penetration, ransomware, or other increasingly common cyberattacks.

The MicroBullet series is ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum)
Series S compliant.

Visit the Arecont Vision team at ISC West 2017, booth #8045, April 5 –
7, 2017, to see the new MicroBullet series and our award-winning
megapixel cameras on display.

Arecont Vision is the
leading manufacturer of high-performance megapixel IP cameras. MegaVideo®
and SurroundVideo® Massively Parallel Image Processing
Architectures are now in their 5th generation and represent a
drastic departure from traditional analog and network camera designs.


Arecont Vision
Jeff Whitney / VP Marketing