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HomeSecurityAlarm SystemsLILIN Australia Unveils Sony STARVIS IP Camera Range

LILIN Australia Unveils Sony STARVIS IP Camera Range

LILIN has developed a range of cameras which incorporate Sony STARVIS sensors that use a back-illuminated pixel technology to provide clear, high quality colour images in ultra-low light environments.

This feature, in combination with a large range of infrared options, provides a complete package of ultra-sensitive low-light performance, in a range of chassis. The product range models are P2 (fixed lens) and Z2 (motorised autofocus lens) and come in a variety of bullets, domes, box, turrets and mini turrets and 1080P to 5MP resolution.

The Z2 series provides infrared coverage from 30 to 100 metres, which allow for a huge range of applications in the commercial, small business and home automation.

LILIN’s H.265 technology saves 25-50 per cent data flow loading, while strengthened password settings, and features including IVS offer additional functionalities.

LILIN works closely with the manufacturers of leading home automation platforms to develop drivers that enable the deepest possible integration of its products and allow users to control its systems with the same remote they use to watch TV. LILIN’s products are ONVIF compliant and comply with NDAA. Merit LILIN presented its NDAA-compliant P2 camera series at the April 2020 IPVM New Products show.

Established in Taiwan in 1980, LILIN celebrated its 41st Anniversary this year. A global company with 8 international branches, including Australia, LILIN designs and manufactures IP video security products that reflect its core values of innovation, performance and reliability.

Distributor: LILIN Australia
Contact: 61 2 9646 4878

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