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CCTV
Cameras from Siemens:
for the best pictures in all
lighting conditions
Answers for infrastructure.
Attractive, powerful cameras for
any area of application ...
Only a camera optimally adjusted to prevailing light conditions can
deliver clear, crisp images. Siemens has met this challenge at the
highest level and created a range of cameras to cover all customer
needs. Siemens offers solutions for every application, for indoor and
outdoor, from the inexpensive 1/3” CCD DSP version to the innovative
1/2” top model, from simple monochrome cameras to high-performance colour cameras as well as specialised Wide Dynamic day/night
cameras. Cameras by Siemens can be used for monitoring in public
areas, for traffic monitoring, in tunnels, casinos, train stations,
airports and many other applications. With their uniformly attractive
design, the cameras offer a “sharper image” in any environment.
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… produce images of the highest quality
Secure surveillance even under
extreme light conditions
Lighter and darker areas in the picture
are not a problem for cameras from
Siemens. The Wide Dynamic function, as
applied e.g. in the model CCWC1345, can
compensate varying light conditions and
therefore produce top quality images.
Setting privacy zones to protect
sensitive image areas
To hide sensitive areas, privacy zones
can be configured in the camera view.
Depending on the camera model, up to
8 zones can be defined at any position
in the image.
Automatically switching day/night
cameras
In automatic day/night mode, the camera
switches automatically to colour or monochrome according to the lighting level,
ensuring crisp clear images 24 hours a
day. The switching point, which depends
on the lighting level, and the delay time
for switching the day/night setting when
the lighting changes, can be selected by
the user. All day/night cameras have an
infrared cut filter that enables the camera
to generate particularly sharp images
by day or night and makes the camera
sensitive to infrared light in monochrome
mode.
In addition to automatic operation, the
camera can be switched manually to
monochrome via an external relay input,
for example when using a photocell that
detects lighting levels.
Integrated test image generator
facilitates accurate setting of
­multiple monitors
Many of the camera models can produce
a test image as a video output. This test
image generator enables the calibration
of multiple monitors, for example in a
control room. Monitors calibrated to the
same settings display images with the
same colour, brightness, contrast etc. and
are therefore easier and clearer to view
for security personnel, when switching
the same camera to another monitor.
User-friendly back focus adjustment
Correct setting of back focus is the basic
prerequisite for uniformly high image
quality by day or by night. There is a settings “wizard” available to help achieve
the best back focus adjustment. This,
together with the manual thumb wheel,
make the adjustment very simple.
Highlights
Optimised images even under
extreme light conditions with PiximÆ
technology and Wide Dynamic
Privacy zones to protect sensitive ­
Full range of IP cameras and domes
including hybrid models for easy
migration
The Siemens video surveillance portfolio
also includes a full range of high-quality IP
cameras and domes which is constantly developed further. Featuring Hybrid Technology from Siemens these cameras support
easy system migration as they offer an analogue BNC and an Ethernet IP connection.
One example of the range is the MJPEG/
MPEG4 dual codec IP camera family which
allows a system to be optimised depending
on bandwidth or image quality – whatever
the customer requirements are. More information on IP cameras from Siemens can be
found on www.siemens.com/ip-cameras.
image areas
Day/night cameras with automatic
Test image generator for accurate
calibration of multiple monitors
User-friendly back focus adjustment
Full range of IP cameras and domes
including hybrid models for easy
migration
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Too bright
Too dark
Optimal images around-the-clock
Better images with any lighting
Optimal settings give the best
conditions
Cameras from Siemens use amongst
others the latest double density DSP technology (Sony SS2-WD). By compensating
underexposed or overexposed
areas of the picture, the cameras can
deliver the clearest image results even
with difficult lighting conditions, such as
in tunnels, brightly lit scenes, or strongly
lit backgrounds.
All models feature back light compensa­t­ion modes, that are used for enhancing
objects in back-lit scenes, which pre­
viously would have been seen as silhouette. Additionally, the electronic shutter
ensures blur-free images even when
recording fast moving objects. This is
useful for applications such as license
plate recognition.
pictures
The cameras provide more than just
top-quality images. They are also ex­
tremely easy to use. Configuration of
their comprehensive functions is a sim­
-ple matter with the clear, logical OSD
menu.
As an alternative to configuration with
the OSD menu, cameras are available
with simple DIP switches for setting
functions.
Cameras from Siemens are simple
to install and look great
The cable management on the top and
bottom of the camera makes it easy to
connect auto-iris lenses with various cable
lengths. After installation is completed,
the lens cable is concealed under the
Simple DIP switches for configuring functions.
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cover, giving a clean, professional ap­
pearance that simply looks neat and tidy.
There is a connection available on the side
and the back of the camera to provide
as much convenience as possible for
connecting auto-iris lenses.
Small details, such as the power connection on the back with an LED display
for power of the operating status, or the
quick-connect for simple connection of
the supply voltage and control signals,
make it easier for installers to set the
system up and make it ready to operate
without using additional tools.
Camera title
A specific identifying text can be defined
for each camera to help a user recognise
quickly which camera image is currently
being shown.
Control buttons for the OSD menu for
configuring the comprehensive functions.
Wide Dynamic ON
Privacy zones protect PIN number
and account information.
Highly innovative 1/2” models
All 1/2” models have additional innovative
functions. They have an integrated camera
identification, which in monitoring systems
with multiple cameras allows each individ­
ual unit to be addressed separately. This
offers particular advantages in conjunc­
tion with RS485 interfaces, because it
­facilitates convenient remote control.
Moreover, an alarm signal can cause four
digital images to be stored in the camera.
These pictures can then be accessed
remotely.
horizontal resolution and therefore
en­sure pictures with the most detailed
information.
Remote configuration via RS485
With the remote control software installed
on a PC, a combination of up to 255
cameras (colour cameras and day/night
cameras) can be addressed and configured
individually on an RS485 bus. The settings
can not only be changed; they can also
be saved or loaded onto a camera from
a saved file. This facilitates fast, troublefree configuration of a new camera.
Highlights
Reliable, high-quality camera range
Clearest images even under difficult lighting conditions
Video surveillance that looks
good and fits with the surrounding
environment
Simple and fast installation, confi-
Accurately detailed colour image
playback with up to 540 lines of
horizontal resolution
The new super high-resolution CCBC1337
and CCBS1337 models as well as the new
IP camera CCIS1337 offer 540 lines of
IP camera with Power over Ethernet or
“quick” connectors for 12 V DC/24 V AC.
Cable management on the top and bottom of the camera facilitates a tidy, professional installation.
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Overexposed image with view outside
tunnel not clearly visible.
Optimised exposure per pixel using Pixim Technol­ogy even in areas of shadow or brightly lit zones.
CCWC1345 – the latest high-resolution
colour camera from Siemens uses Pixim
Technology and Wide Dynamic
The latest Siemens high-resolution Wide
Dynamic camera CCWC1345 uses PiximÆ,
Inc.’s advanced “Digital Pixel System”
technology (DPS) to offer outstanding
performance under extreme lighting conditions. This technology allows each pixel
in the image to act as an independent
camera. Thereby ensuring that each pixel
receives exactly the right amount of light
and enhancing the total image to deliver
optimum quality.
DPS technology also compensates for
overexposed and underexposed areas
in the image, making it possible for this
­camera to produce richly detailed images
with a resolution that was previously
­unattainable. Difficult scenes containing
areas of shadow or brightly lit zones can
now be monitored with confidence.
In addition to the normal BNC coaxial
­video connection for up to 200 m, the
­camera features a two-wire video output
that allows video signal transmission over
a distance of up to 1200 m using a sim-
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ple two-wire cable (telephone cable for
example). A two-wire receiver is the only
extra piece of equipment required.
Integral motion detection also makes this
camera capable of simple “stand-alone”
scene surveillance.
Siemens cameras are renowned for
excellent design and functionality and
the new CCWC1345 is no exception. For
­example, the CCWC1345 features an OSD
menu for easy programming, back light
compensation for 6 zones, an integral
test image generator to help when setting up multiple monitors and a settings
“wizard” for optimum back focus adjustment. Moreover, the camera can be
­remotely-programmed via an RS485 interface and allows a privacy zone to be
de­fined in the video image.
The camera’s ability to switch between
PAL and NTSC video makes it suitable for
use in video surveillance systems all over
the world.
Highlights
Using highly developed Pixim
Technology
Best possible exposure for every pixel
Optimal picture quality of otherwise
under- or overexposed image areas
Technical overview
Image sensor
TV lines
Resolution
CCBS12254
CCBC1225
CCBB1225
CCWC1335
CCBS1337
Day/night
Wide Dynamic
Colour
Wide Dynamic
Monochrome
Wide Dynamic
Day/night
Wide Dynamic
Day/night
1/2’’ CCD
1/2’’ CCD
1/2’’ CCD
1/3’’ CCD
1/3’’ CCD
480
480
580
480
540
High-resolution
High-resolution
High-resolution
High-resolution
Super
high-resolution
PAL
PAL
CCIR
PAL or NTSC*
PAL or NTSC*
0.045 Lux (colour)
0.008 Lux (mono)
(@ F1.2)
0.11 Lux (colour)
(@ F1.2)
0.0037 Lux
(@ F1.2)
0.4 Lux (colour)
0.08 Lux (mono)
(@ F1.4)
0.4 Lux (colour)
0.08 Lux (mono)
(@ F1.4)
> 50 dB
> 50 dB
> 50 dB
> 50 dB
> 50 dB
Auto or manually
adjustable
max. 39 dB
Auto or manually
adjustable
max. 39 dB
Auto or manually
adjustable
max. 39 dB
OFF, Normal, Turbo,
max. 30 dB
OFF, Normal, Turbo,
max. 30 dB
24 characters
24 characters
24 characters
16 characters
16 characters
49 zones (7x7)
49 zones (7x7)
49 zones (7x7)
6 zones
6 zones
4 images
4 images
4 images
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CMOS Pixim Technology
TV standard
Power supply 12 V DC / 24 V AC dual
110 ~ 240 V AC
Minimum illumination (@ 50 IRE)
Slow shutter
Programmable shutter speed
S/N ratio
Dynamic noise reduction (DNR)
Automatic gain control (AGC)
On-screen display menu
Camera title overlay
Colour/monochrome switchable
Infrared cut filter
Peak-white inversion
Automatic white balance­
Back light compensation
Wide Dynamic
Quick-connect
Cable management
One screw easy back focus
Line lock synchronisation
Digital picture storage in camera
Privacy zones
RS485 remote programming
Interface with ID
Alarm input/output
S-VHS Y/C output
Twisted pair video output
Activity detection (motion)
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CCBC1337
CCBC1327
CCWC1345
CCBS1345
CCBC1345
CCBB1345
Colour
Colour
Colour
Wide Dynamic
Day/night
Colour
Monochrome
1/3’’ CCD
1/3’’ CCD
1/3’’ CMOS
1/3’’ CCD
1/3’’ CCD
1/3’’ CCD
540
540
500
480
480
580
Super
high-resolution
Super
high-resolution
High-resolution
High-resolution
High-resolution
High-resolution
PAL or NTSC*
PAL
PAL and NTSC*
PAL or NTSC*
PAL or NTSC*
CCIR or EIA*
0.5 Lux (colour)
(@ F1.4)
0.6 Lux
(@ F1.2)
0.5 Lux
(@ F1.4)
0.3 Lux (colour)
0.08 Lux (mono)
(@ F1.4)
0.6 Lux
(@ F1.2)
0.15 Lux
(@ F1.2)
> 50 dB
> 50 dB
> 50 dB
> 50 dB
> 50 dB
> 50 dB
ON/OFF
max. 30 dB
OFF / 12 dB / 17 dB / 21 dB /
24 dB / 26 dB / 27 dB /
28 dB / 30 dB
OFF / 6 dB / 12 dB /
18 dB / 24 dB / 30 dB
ON/OFF
max. 30 dB
ON/OFF
max. 38 dB
ON/OFF
max. 38 dB
16 characters
24 characters
6 zones
6 zones
1 zone
1 zone
1 zone
4
1
6 zones
1 x input
*Model available on request.
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Digital recording to intelligent video analytics
Recording and control up to
16 analo­gue cameras
SISTORE AX allows for recording of up to
16 cameras and is specifically designed
for small to medium-sized applications
like petrol stations, specialist shops, pharmacies or convenience stores. All models
offer an integral front panel keyboard for
local control, however remote network
connection is also possible via the included RAS network viewing­­­software. For
more information on SISTORE AX, go to
www.siemens.com/sistoreax.
SISTORE AX
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Control and record up to 64
analogue and IP cameras
The hybrid video surveillance platform
SISTORE MX allows for recording and control of up to 32 analogue and 32 IP cameras. Sabotage alarm, activity detection
and temperature management are built-in
features which ensure high-system security. SISTORE MX, is particularly suited for
banking or retail applications as it allows
ATM machines or cash registers to be connected and video images searched for by
transaction data. Download the free fully
functioning demo software now from
www.siemens.com/sistoremx.
SISTORE MX
Intelligent video codec allowing for
sophisticated video analytics
The intelligent video codec SISTORE CX
allows for 8 analogue and 2 IP cameras to
be connected and controlled over the network. For analogue camera signals the
Enhanced Detection System EDS for professional outdoor video motion detection
and tracking and the Object Detection and
Removal ODR software modules can be
used to support security personal e.g. with
monitoring wider areas on numerous moni­­
tors. For more information on SISTORE CX,
go to www.siemens.com/sistorecx.
SISTORE CX
Answers for infrastructure.
Megatrends driving the future
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urbanization, climate change and globalization – are shaping the world today.
These have an unprecedented impact
on our lives and on vital sectors of our
economy.
Innovative technologies to answer
the toughest questions
Throughout a 160-year history of proven
research and engineering talent, with
more than 50,000 active patents, Siemens
has continuously provided its customers
with innovations in the areas of healthcare, energy, industry and infrastructure
– globally and locally.
Increase productivity and efficiency
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The information in this document contains general descriptions of technical options available,
which do not always have to be present in individual cases. The required features should therefore
be specified in each individual case at the time of closing the contract.
Subject to change • Order no. A24205-A336-B672 •
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