Cam_inPIX® is the first image processing technology that was not originally developped for the mass market of consumer electronics, but rather specifically for security applications. The latest generation of high-resolution sensor technology provides clear, high-contrast and colour-true pictures in conjunction with the software developed especially for the security field. Cam_inPIX® technology takes advantage of special CMOS sensor characteristics where no blooming or smear effects occur (comparison CMOS and CCD technology...).
Cam_inPIX® with DPS*
When it comes to applications with a great range of contrast Dallmeier offers a unique combination of Cam_inPIX® technology with the "Digital Pixel System* (DPS*)" platform from PIXIM. With this technology, the picture information of each individual pixel is converted digitally at the point of capture and processed in the most optimal way. With this UWDR technology (Ultra Wide Dynamic Range), the Dallmeier cameras have the advantage over all previously known processes in that they can display considerably more details in shaded and very bright sections of a picture.
Easy installation and configuration
Convenient factory settings enable easy, quick and economical installation of the cameras in any surveillance situation combined with extremely user-friendly menu control. With the exclusive Dallmeier UTC protocol (Up The Coax), the Cam_inPIX® cameras can be controlled directly via the video cable of a Dallmeier digital recorder or a PView Station.
The ideal solutions for every application
Whether with Cam_inPIX® or Cam_inPIX® with DPS*: The innovative Dallmeier camera technology provides you with an ideal solution for any area of application: petrol stations, banks, logistics, industry, retail, casinos, airports, car parks, train stations, city surveillance and many more.
The ability to switch between the PAL and NTSC signal formats enables you to use the cameras across the globe in any video surveillance system.
Combining the camera technology with the Dallmeier picture transmission and picture recording technologies results in a complete system with perfectly coordinated individual components in which the "components using the picture" (DVR, PView-PC, etc.) obtain dynamic control of the "components creating the picture" by means of UTC.
The electronic shutter regulates the shutter speed and hence the duration of exposure of an image (exposure time). Short exposure times allow for sharper images of moving objects but require a larger amount of light striking the sensor, which can be achieved, for instance, through a larger aperture (lower iris value, F-number).
The slow shutter function, as opposed to the conventional shutter, allows for significantly lower shutter speed and consequently enables images to also be taken with low light or at night.
Automatic exposure is a method for regulating the exposure of cameras. Thereby the electrical current generated by incidence of light onto the sensor powers a mechanism, which carries out certain settings and adjustments such as the aperture, shutter speed, ALC, AGC etc. All this is done automatically without human intervention.
The abbreviation AE Presets stands for »Automatic Exposure Presets«. The AE Presets are preprogrammed and designed to deliver optimal picture quality under specific exposure conditions.
Dallmeier cameras offer seven different, application-specific AE Presets: Universal, Details 1, Details 2, Indoor/Shadow, Indoor, Fluorescent, Low Light.