Arecont Vision® Announces Contera Single- and Multi-Sensor Megapixel Camera Families

11 Apr 2018

Arecont Vision® announces the new Contera® megapixel camera family. 

Contera cameras are available in five series of two cameras each, loaded with features and new capabilities to complement the popular and cyber-secure Mega™ camera family. Single sensor Contera cameras are available as indoor or outdoor domes, bullets, and micro bullets, with choice of 2 or 5MP. Contera 180o panoramic multi-sensor dome cameras offer fast frame rates (30 frames per second) and integrated IR, with a choice of 8 or 20MP models.

“Contera megapixel cameras bring new capabilities, performance, and features to the market in an affordable, familiar Arecont Vision design,” said Brad Donaldson, Vice President of Product Development for Arecont Vision.  “The Contera family complements the Made in USA, maximum cyber-secure Arecont Vision Mega family of single-, dual-, and multi-sensor cameras, and offer additional choices to our customers.”

As with Arecont Mega cameras, Contera cameras feature world-class designs and manufacturing quality.  All Contera cameras feature H.264 and H.265 codecs, SNAPstream+™ bandwidth reduction technology, NightView™ color low light technology, and Enhanced WDR up to 120db.  All models include multi-streaming at full frames per second (fps), defog technology, digital image stabilization, industry-standard security and network protocol support, and are ONVIF G and S compliant.  Most models include both Smart IR that adapts to object distance and angle and an SD card slot for onboard storage.  Outdoor models are compliant with theIP66 environmental and IK-10 shock resistance standards.

Both the new Contera family and existing Mega family cameras support the Arecont Vision API, offer a three-year standard warranty, and feature MegaLab™ integration support with 3rd party hardware and software applications beyond the ONVIF standards.

Arecont Vision LLC
T: +1 818 937 0700

425 East Colorado Street
7th Floor
Glendale, CA
United States

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