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KT&C KPC-LP500NH COP CHLP65IR-HSL GeoVision GV-LPC2011

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KT&C KPC-LP500NH COP CHLP65IR-HSL GeoVision GV-LPC2011
KT&C - LPR Bullet Camera, 600TVL Sony Super HAD CCd, 9-22mm Varifocal Lens, 20 LED's, Up To 75mph Capture Speed, Dual Voltage, IP65 Rating. Cop - LPR High Resolution Camera, 1/3" Sony CCD, 560TVL (620 TVL Enhanced), 0.001 Lux, Slow Shutter Up To 32x, ALC, 5-100mm Auto Iris Lens, Heater/blower Housing, ASP IR Cut Filter, 128 IR Led's, 12VDC/24VA 3.5a. Power Supply Not Included. GeoVision - 2MP LPR Color Bullet Camera, 3X Motorized Zoom, H.264, Maximum Speed 60km/h (37mph), 0.05 Lux, IP67 & IK10 Rated, 24 IR LEDs, 12VDC/POE.
KT&C KPC-LP751NU GeoVision GV-LPC2211 GeoVision GV-LPC1100

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KT&C KPC-LP751NU GeoVision GV-LPC2211 GeoVision GV-LPC1100
KT&C - High Res. License Plate Camera, 1/3" 960H Sony Ex-View HAD CCD 750TVL, License Plate up to 16ft and 75mph, IP67 Rated, 24VAC, 0 Lux. Mounting Bracket Included. GeoVision - 2MP LPR Color Bullet Camera, 2.5X Motorized Zoom, H.264, Maximum Speed 120km/h (75mph), 0.05 Lux, IP67 & IK10 Rated, 24 IR LEDs, 12VDC/POE. GeoVision - 1.3MP LPR B/W Bullet Camera, 9-22mmm Motorized Zoom, H.264, Maximum Speec 60km/h (37mph), IP67 & IK10 Rated, 4 IR LED's, POE Adaptor.
GeoVision GV-LPC2210 Messoa LPR606-N2 GeoVision GV-LPC1200

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GeoVision GV-LPC2210 Messoa LPR606-N2 GeoVision GV-LPC1200
GeoVision - 2MP LPR Color Bullet Camera, 2.5X Motorized Zoom, H.264, Maximum Speed 120km/h (75mph), IP67 & IK10 Rated, 4 IR LEDs, 24VAC/48VDC/POE. Messoa - 3MP IR LPR Bullet Camera, 2048x1536 @15fps, ICR, 9~22mm Vari-focal IR-corrected Lens, IP67 Rated, DC12V/AC24V, Up to 38mph Capture Speed, up to 50ft capture range, 98ft IR illuminator, w/o AC-DC adapter, External focus adjustment. GeoVision - 1MP LPR B/W Bullet Camera, 10X Motorized Zoom, H.264, Maximum Speec 60km/h (37mph), IP67 & IK10 Rated, 8 IR LED's, POE Adaptor.
GeoVision GV-LPR1200 Messoa LPR030A-ORV0750

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GeoVision GV-LPR1200 Messoa LPR030A-ORV0750
GeoVision - 1MP LPR B/W Bullet Camera, 10X Motorized Zoom, H.264, Maximum Speed 200km/h (124.27mph), IP67 & IK10 Rated, 8 IR LEDs. Messoa - 3MP IR LPR Camera, 3MP@30fps, ICR, 7.5~50mm Varifocal Lens, Enhanced H.264/MJPEG, IP66/IK10 Rated, ONVIF 16.07 AC24V, DWDR, 3DNR & IVA, Dual RJ-45, Capture Range: Up to 100ft, Capture Speed: Up to 62mph, Dual Capture Lanes, Smart IR, Micro SDHC.
   
 
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License Plate Recognition Cameras | LPR Cameras

When you own a retail shopping center that offers secluded parking in a multi-level parking facility, a quality license plate recognition camera keeps an eye on things when coupled with license plate recognition software. Even with a mobile security force, security guards can’t watch all levels of the parking garage at the same time. But using a professional LPR camera on each level offers security to your customers wherever they decide to park. This is especially true for high-risk parking areas such as multi-level parking garages. It also helps the security force do their job more efficiently.

The better LPR cameras operate in any type of lighting, even the subdued lighting of a parking garage and can capture license plate and vehicle images while the car is in motion. Some cameras have multiple focal capabilities. Adding LPR cameras to your parking garage provides live monitoring and security for your customers. These cameras can also help to reduce the costs associated with operating risks associated with parking garages.

Law enforcement officers use affordable LPR cameras typically mounted to the dash of their cars. This type of camera functions the same as any other camera and continues to capture what is in front of it. It is the software system associated with the professional LPR camera that makes this camera capable of capturing and recognizing license plates. A quality license plate recognition camera paired with LPR software offers the ability to capture license plates even from moving cars. This is why this is favored technology in use by law enforcement today.

High-resolution and affordable LPR cameras offer a clear and accurate capture of vehicle license plates from highway overpasses for multi-lane recording using just one camera. The sensitivity of an LPR camera allows 24-hour security monitoring in all lighting conditions. A variety of different types of LPR cameras are available for multiple security scenarios, whether monitoring a parking lot, parking garage, a street or a parking area next to a retail store. Some units come with heater/blower housings for those cold winter months and special tamper-proof housings. Depending on the professional LPR camera purchased, you have zoom options available as well.

Besides capturing the license plate information, the camera also captures the vehicle image. A quality license plate recognition camera can capture license plate recognition software even when the vehicle is traveling of speeds up to 112 miles per hour. Affordable LPR cameras offers other features including salt corrosion resistance for cameras that must be placed in coastal communities, concealed wiring and vandal resistance to protect the camera. Because of the different features of LPR cameras, choosing the right professional LPR camera for your particular security application is paramount. You don’t want to choose a camera for close-up viewing and place it in a position that requires longer distance viewing. Make sure to read all the specifications of the camera before choosing the camera for your security needs.

Whether you operate a security company and want to offer technologically advanced systems to your customers, work for a government agency, own a parking garage or a store, LPR cameras coupled with recognition software can help do the security job that is needed. Many cities, counties and state governments also use these same types of cameras at stoplights, in government parking lots or even at bus and train stations. A sound surveillance system can make a difference in deterring crime—and helps to capture criminals or criminal activity when in use.

More people, the government and private enterprise are turning to technology for sophisticated surveillance systems that offer enhanced security where it is needed. Law enforcement or security can’t be everyone at once, but when a physical security or law enforcement unit is coupled with an advanced surveillance system, security is extended while capturing relevant information for review. When putting together an advanced surveillance system, consider adding LPR cameras to extend that security.

You might want to add a variety of different LPR cameras for specific up-close or longer distance viewing in your surveillance system. Choose eSentia Security Systems as the provider of your security and surveillance equipment needs. eSentia offers technical support and multiple systems at differing price ranges to fit your security budget. For more information on LPR cameras, understanding LPR software and other cameras for your entire surveillance systems, check out these links: