Hikvision has released the second generation (G2) of its Value IP cameras and AcuSense network video recorder range on the U.S. market.

The Value IP G2 cameras are said to combine 4MP or 4K Ultra High Definition (8MP) performance with improved AcuSense technology, with the ability to identify and distinguish between people, vehicles and other moving targets. In addition to enhancing overall security, Value IP G2 cameras and NVRs are billed as helping lessen operating costs by reducing false alarms up to 90 per cent, improving usage of valuable personnel resources.

Value IP G2 solutions are said to incorporate AcuSense Motion Detection 2.0 with upgraded functionality to detect and distinguish between humans, vehicles and other objects with instant alarms and fast search functions. These enhancements allow users to instantly react to live events triggered by human or vehicle target classification, and quickly locate recorded events.

Value IP G2 cameras feature either 4 MP or 4K Ultra High Definition (8 MP) image sensors and are available in multiple form factors including bullet, dome and turret body styles for use in indoor or outdoor applications. The new units provide a 10m longer IR distance from previous models, providing sharper black and white videos and images at a greater distance. All models also incorporate H.265+ video compression technology to conserve bandwidth and storage and include a built-in microphone.

Meanwhile, new AcuSense NVRs feature up to 12MP live view, storage and playback capabilities, and 32 camera inputs.

Check with distributors in ANZ for a local release date.

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