Basler IP Cameras The Most Powerful IP Camera Concept Megapixel Day/Night

Basler IP Cameras The Most Powerful IP Camera Concept Megapixel Day/Night
Basler IP Cameras
Megapixel
Day/Night
H.264
The Most Powerful IP Camera Concept
BASLER IP CAMERAS
Features and Benefits
The Basler IP camera product line offers flexible, high-performance
solutions for a wide range of applications in the area of video
surveillance. Our cameras meet the market’s requirements for
exceptional image quality and an excellent price/performance ratio.
Basler IP cameras use the best available CCD sensors and
incorporate concepts specifically adapted to surveillance tasks.
The outstanding performance of these cameras is a direct result of
Basler’s 20 years of experience in industrial image processing.
All Basler IP cameras have the following performance
characteristics:
basis for exceptional image quality with reduced motion blur.
The advantage of progressive scan is not only the higher
vertical resolution but also the absence of the visual artifacts
associated with interlaced cameras. Progressive scan leads to
sharper, clearer images.
· Multi-encoding
Only Basler IP cameras offer the full range of video
compression techniques, including standards-compliant MJPEG,
MPEG-4, or H.264. Simultaneous independent streaming
using different encoders provides a perfect fit for the
varied requirements of users and clients. While MJPEG can
deliver exceptional image quality for uses such as evidence
data, MPEG-4 or H.264 can be used for lower bandwidth
consumption at even higher frame rates.
· Ideal image quality
A flexible set of control functions ensures outstanding quality
images for a variety of applications. Configurable measurement
windows for exposure control make it possible to maintain
optimal brightness for a scene. White balance can either be
automatically controlled or manually adjusted resulting in ideal
color fidelity. Configurable gain control, an iris drive with DC
control, and the incorporation of highly sensitive CCD sensors
guarantee the best representation of objects under surveillance,
especially if lighting conditions are poor or changing.
· Multi-streaming
Multiple streams can be set up while deploying the full set of
encoders. This approach allows, for example, the customized
use of multiple MJPEG streams while also using an MPEG-4 or
H.264 encoded stream. The resolution and frame rate of the
MJPEG image streams and the MPEG-4 or H.264 stream can be
adjusted independently.
· Day & night functionality
True day and night functionality via an automatically retractable
IR-cut filter provides a high image quality color mode for
daylight applications and a black and white mode for night and
low light conditions.
· Scaling and AOI feature
To display a maximum of detail with the highest precision,
several image formats and any aspect ratio can be configured.
The unique Area of Interest (AOI) feature lets users define
customized regions within the original field of view. The
selected areas of interest can be streamed and encoded
separately to realize not only ePTZ but also multiple virtual
cameras. This means that only relevant image details will be
transmitted, avoiding redundant data and leading to a significant
reduction in the bandwidth required while maximizing storage
utilization.
· Motion detection and intelligent alarm buffering
Using an array of 32 x 24 definable fields, the user can generate
up to five different masks. Motion detection can be combined
with extensive event and alarm management functionality.
Configurable internal ring buffer storage makes it possible to
access pre and post alarm images, even if no stream was sent
to a client.
· Compact, robust design
An ultra-compact, all-metal housing with an 89.8 mm x 29 mm
x 44 mm size and a weight of only 230 grams makes these
the smallest IP cameras in their class. These characteristics
contribute to the flexibility and ease of installation.
· Progressive scan
Basler IP cameras incorporate CCD image sensors with
resolutions from VGA to two megapixels. These CCD
sensors employ the progressive scan method, which is the
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TECHNICAL DETAILS
Specifications
Basler IP Camera
BIP-640c (BIP-640c-dn)
BIP-1000c (BIP-1000c-dn)
Image Sensor
1/3’’ Sony Wfine progressive scan RGB CCD 1/3’’ Sony Wfine progressive scan RGB CCD
Effective Pixels
640 (H) x 480 (V) 1024 (H) x 768 (V)
Frame Rate
MJPEG
MPEG-4
Full Resolution:
30 fps
30 fps
D1 (720 x 480):
30 fps*
30 fps*
Max sensor readout rate: 71 fps
H.264
MJPEG
MPEG-4
25 fps
18 fps
11 fps
25 fps*
30 fps
30 fps
* scaled Max sensor readout rate: 30 fps
H.264
10 fps
25 fps
Pixel Size
7.40 µm x 7.40 µm 4.65 µm x 4.65 µm
Day/Night
Removable IR-Cut Filter (BIP-640c-dn) Removable IR-Cut Filter (BIP-1000c-dn)
Minimum illumination
Color: 0.98 lux (F 1.0 / 30 ms), Day/Night: 0 lux (IR sensitive) Color: 1.3 lux (F 1.4 / 30 ms), Day/Night: 0 lux (IR sensitive)
Lens
CS-mount, DC iris drive (lens not included)CS-mount, DC iris drive (lens not included)
Image Settings
Resolution
Automatic gain, exposure area, backlight compensation, white balance, electronic shutter, 180° image rotation,
electronic PTZ via AOI (API), text overlay, privacy masks, motion detection
From 64 x 40 to 640 x 480 (free scaling), From 160 x 120 to 1024 x 768 (free scaling),
4:3, 16:9, multiple Areas of Interest (AOIs) 4:3, 16:9, multiple Areas of Interest (AOIs)
Video Compression
Motion JPEG: Multiple compression Levels
MPEG-4: SP (Level 3), ASP (Level 5)
H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC): Baseline (Level 3)
Video Streaming
Simultaneous dual encoding for MJPEG and MPEG-4 or H.264, multi-streaming for MJPEG,
VBR and CBR for MJPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264, multicast and unicast
Alarm Management
Ring buffer for pre and post alarm
Events triggered by motion detection, or external input
Image upload over FTP, Email, or HTTP
Protocols
TCP/IP, HTTP, UDP, ICMP, ARP, DHCP, NTP, RTP, RTSP, RTCP, SMTP, IGMP, UPnP
Processor/Memory
Power
600 MHz dual-core multimedia DSP, FPGA
128 MB RAM, 8 MB flash, battery backed-up real-time clock
PoE (Power over Ethernet IEEE 802.3af) or 7 to 20 VDC, power consumption is 5 W max at 12 VDC
Connectors
Screwable RJ-45 connector for 10/100 BASE-T Ethernet, full or half duplex
6 pin Phoenix terminal for DC power, digital I/O and RS-232
Operating Conditions
0° to 50° C (32° to 122° F), 20 % to 80 % relative humidity (non-condensing)
Standards
FCC Class B, CE, RoHS
89.8 mm x 29 mm x 44 mm (full metal casing)
Weight
~230 g
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
12.526 (0.49)
44 (1.73)
Network Connector
Power; I/O; RS-232
4x M3; 3.5 deep
(4x M3; 0.14 deep)
26 (1.02)
21.5
(0.85)
Dimensions
in mm (inch)
29 (1.14)
Housing
4x M3; 4.5 deep
(4x M3; 0.18 deep) 4.7
(0.19)
80.2 (3.16)
29.3 (1.15)
1/4" 5.0 mm deep
(1/4" 0.2 inch deep)
89.8 (3.54)
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TECHNICAL DETAILS
Specifications
Basler IP Camera
BIP-1300c (BIP-1300c-dn) BIP-1600c (BIP-1600c-dn)
Image Sensor
1/3’’ Sony EXview HAD progressive scan RGB CCD 1/1.8’’ Sony Wfine progressive scan RGB CCD
Effective Pixels
1280 (H) x 960 (V) 1600 (H) x 1200 (V)
Frame Rate
MJPEG
MPEG-4
H.264
MJPEG
MPEG-4
Full Resolution:
11 fps
9 fps
7 fps
8 fps
5 fps
D1 (720 x 480):
30 fps
25 fps
25 fps
30 fps*
25 fps*
Max sensor readout rate: 30 fps Max sensor readout rate: 12.5 fps
H.264
4 fps
25 fps*
* by AOI
Pixel Size
3.75 µm x 3.75 µm 4.40 µm x 4.40 µm
Day/Night
Removable IR-Cut Filter (BIP-1300c-dn) Removable IR-Cut Filter (BIP-1600c-dn)
Minimum illumination
Color: 1.54 lux (F 1.0 / 75 ms), Day/Night: 0 lux (IR sensitive) Color: 0.60 lux (F 1.4 / 30 ms), Day/Night: 0 lux (IR sensitive)
Lens
CS-mount, DC iris drive (lens not included) C-mount with adapter ring (BIP-1600c: lens not included)
BIP-1600c-dn (lens included): DC-iris-IR 1.4/10-40 mm
Image Settings
Resolution
Automatic gain, exposure area, backlight compensation, white balance, electronic shutter, 180° image rotation,
electronic PTZ via AOI (API), text overlay, privacy masks, motion detection
From 64 x 40 to 1280 x 960 (free scaling), From 64 x 120 to 1600 x 1200 (free scaling),
4:3, 16:9, multiple Areas of Interest (AOIs) 4:3, 16:9, multiple Areas of Interest (AOIs)
Video Compression
Video Streaming
Motion JPEG: Multiple compression Levels
MPEG-4: SP (Level 3), ASP (Level 5)
H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC): Baseline (Level 3)
Simultaneous dual encoding for MJPEG and MPEG-4 or H.264, multi-streaming for MJPEG,
VBR and CBR for MJPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264, multicast and unicast
Alarm Management
Protocols
Ring buffer for pre and post alarm
Events triggered by motion detection, or external input
Image upload over FTP, Email, or HTTP
TCP/IP, HTTP, UDP, ICMP, ARP, DHCP, NTP, RTP, RTSP, RTCP, SMTP, IGMP, UPnP
Processor/Memory
Power
Connectors
600 MHz dual-core multimedia DSP, FPGA
128 MB RAM, 8 MB flash, battery backed-up real-time clock
PoE (Power over Ethernet IEEE 802.3af) or 7 to 20 VDC, power consumption is 5 W max at 12 VDC
Screwable RJ-45 connector for 10/100 BASE-T Ethernet, full or half duplex
6 pin Phoenix terminal for DC power, digital I/O and RS-232
Operating Conditions
0° to 50° C (32° to 122° F), 20 % to 80 % relative humidity (non-condensing)
Standards
FCC Class B, CE, RoHS
Housing
89.8 mm x 29 mm x 44 mm (full metal casing)
Weight
~230 g
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
Flash
Architecture
SDRAM
Ethernet
PoE
AUX
Power
Sensor
ADC
FPGA
RS 232
DSP
DC-Iris
Digital
I/O
RTC
Sensor Board
Core Board
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I/O Board
OTHER INFORMATION
What Makes Basler Camera Quality So Special?
Camera Test Tool (CTT+)
To ensure consistently high product quality, we employ several
inspection procedures during manufacturing. The following list indicates
three of the most important quality assurance tools we use to meet
your highest requirements.
Our advanced Camera Test Tool (CTT+), the first fully automated
inspection system for digital cameras, checks all of the significant
quality aspects of each camera we produce. The CTT+ is a
unique combination of optics, hardware, and software that can be
quickly and efficiently used to calibrate a camera and to measure
its performance against a set of standards. For defined sets of
conditions, an automated software program examines the camera’s
output, makes any calibration adjustments necessary, and compares
the output to a strictly defined set of performance criteria.
Camera Sensor Alignment Tool (CSAT):
Due to higher resolutions and smaller pixels, depth of focus and the
exact positioning of the imaging sensor in the camera are becoming
more and more critical. An area scan sensor must be aligned in six
degrees of freedom.
± 0.02
Photosensitive surface
of the sensor
12.526
The back focal length on
each camera is carefully
measured and adjusted by our
patented “CSAT” procedure.
This guarantees an optimum
distance between the lens flange
and the sensor and ensures
outstanding image quality based
on compliance with optics
standards.
Basler customers get a 100% tested camera, all of the benefits that
go along with 100% testing, and a much higher level of satisfaction.
This is a definite win-win situation.
Temperature Test
RoHS Compliance
As a final check, our cameras passes a stress test. Cameras
are tested over the entire temperature range specified in our
documentation. By doing this, we can identify and remove
temperature sensitive weak spots in the camera. This guarantees
consistent image quality in conditions with quickly changing
temperatures.
The Basler IP camera series is RoHS
compliant. This is especially important
in applications where the the end
user requires strict RoHS compliance
in all system components.
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BASLER CORPORATE
About Basler
Basler Components is the largest division of Basler Vision
Technologies. Since 1997, Basler Components has been designing,
manufacturing, and selling leading-edge digital cameras for industrial,
medical, and surveillance applications.
Our unique combination of digital camera design experience and
image processing expertise lets us both follow and influence the
market trend toward more intelligent IP camera products.
Basler Vision Technologies is one of the world’s leading vision
technology companies. Founded in 1988, Basler has grown to a
300+ employee company with headquarters in Germany and
subsidiaries in the USA, Singapore, and Taiwan. Our success is based
on the excellent quality of our products, an unwavering focus on our
customers, and continuous improvements in our processes. Basler is
an ISO 9001:2000 certified company.
Why Basler IP Cameras?
Basler IP cameras differentiate themselves through excellent image
quality. When an event occurs, Basler IP cameras offer you the
highest image quality and maximum information.
Designed and manufactured in Germany, our products are robust
and reliable. Each camera goes through an exhaustive individual
inspection and calibration process before delivery. The highest
reliability virtually eliminates any reinstallation efforts.
Versatility, simplicity, and comprehensive documentation make our
products easy to use. Basler IP cameras shorten your installation
time and lower the barriers to a switch from analog to digital
technology.
Singapore
Phone +65 6425 0472
Fax +65 6425 0473
[email protected]
USA
Phone +1 610 280 0171
Fax +1 610 280 7608
[email protected]
Taiwan
Phone +886 3 558 3955
Fax +886 3 558 3956
[email protected]
www.basler-ipcam.com
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Germany, Headquarters
Phone +49 4102 463 500
Fax +49 4102 463 599
[email protected]
06/09
Our cameras are rich in useful features. Using Basler IP cameras
saves network costs and increases the performance (event
guarantee and scalability) of your video surveillance solution.
BASLER COMPONENTS
Our excellent service and support make you feel confident and
comfortable about making Basler your camera vendor of choice.
Our primary goal is to make you feel at home doing business with
professionals devoted to developing and producing reliable, easy-touse products featuring cutting-edge technology.
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