Adam Bannister

Editor, IFSEC Global

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Adam Bannister is editor of IFSEC Global. A former managing editor at Dynamis Online Media Group, he has been at the helm of the UK's leading fire and security publication since 2014.
November 7, 2017

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Honeywell launches rugged IP equIP cameras and updates MAXPRO NVR and VMS and Pro-Watch security management suite

Honeywell has expanded and updated its product range for connected, complex buildings.

Multi-imager and low-light, dome and bullet models have been introduced to the equIP camera series, which supports updated versions of the MAXPRO network video recorder (NVR) and video management system (VMS).

The latest version – 4.3.5 – of security management platform Pro-Watch, meanwhile, enhances scalability, cuts deployment time and slashes costs, according to Honeywell.

An enterprise-level solution that is popular in critical infrastructure markets, Pro-Watch combines access control, video surveillance, intrusion detection and other critical functions, whether they’re Honeywell systems or third-party solutions.

New and updated models

  • equIP Series 1080p 30x Zoom Explosion-Proof IP PTZ Camera
  • equIP Series Network TDN 8 MP IR Rugged Multi-Imager Dome
  • equIP Series Network TDN 8 MP IR Rugged Multi-Imager Bullet
  • equIP Series Network TDN Low-Light 6 MP IR Rugged Dome
  • equIP Series Network TDN Low-Light 6 MP IR Rugged Bullet
  • MAXPRO NVR 4.5 (applies to XE, SE, PE, SW)
  • MAXPRO VMS 450

New equIP camera models

  • 1080p 30x zoom explosion-proof IP PTZ camera with higher, 1080p resolution
  • Network TDN 8 MP IR Rugged multi-imager, available in both dome and bullet models, delivering eight megapixel images that can be stitched together for a more integrated view of the environment.
  • Network TDN low-light 6 MP IR rugged, available in dome and bullet models delivering 6six megapixel images optimised for low-light environments

MAXPRO NVR 4.5 – new features

  • Network failover and automatic failback by leveraging camera storage
  • On-demand live video streaming to reduce connectivity costs for remote sites
  • Expanded mobile support including digital zoom and touch ID.

MAXPRO VMS 450 – new features

  • supports stitched panoramic view from new equIP Series Multi-Imager Cameras, and live view with 1080p camera streams, GPU acceleration of H.265 rendering, and low bandwidth streaming options and inter-NVR synchronous playback with MAXPRO NVR.

Pro-Watch 4.3.5  – new features

  • Support for both iOS and Android
  • Control badging, badging verification and manage door controls via smart phones and devices at any time and from any location
  • Identity management web portal – an open platform that allows badge holders to request access changes and routes the request to assigned approvers with full auditing and status capabilities – is now available across all sectors
  • Encrypted open standard communications protocol – Security Industry Association’s (SIA) OSDP – is incorporated into reader communications
  • Integrates with third-party solutions, including CASI/iSTAR controller replacements, biometric readers and mobile credentials
  • Eliminating need for remote client installs to manage badging and reporting requirements
  • Meeting stringent compliance regulations – NERC CIP, FIPS-201, CFR Part 11, Sarbanes-Oxley and TSA/MTSA

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