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December 12, 2018

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Wisenet P launch

Hanwha Techwin launches ultra-HD multi-directional camera with integral PTZ

Hanwha Techwin has launched an ultra-HD multidirectional camera with four sensors and separate integral PTZ camera.

Part of the high-end Wisenet P series the PNM-9320VQP is designed for detecting and tracking objects over wide open areas.


  • Two megapixel 32x PTZ camera
  • Exchangeable and five megapixel lens modules: sensors seamlessly capture 360 degree images of up to 20 megapixel resolution
  • PTZ is automatically triggered to zoom in and track a moving object or move to user-configured preset position, when multi-directional camera’s motion detection function detects activity.
  • Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) and two megapixel lens modules perform at up to 150dB to accurately produce images in scenes that simultaneously contain very bright and very dark areas. Five megapixel lens module options have 120dB WDR.
  • Gyro sensor stabilises images when camera is disturbed by wind or vibrations
  • Five built-in SD card slots protect data in the event of network disruption
  • Defog corrects blurry images captured in foggy conditions
  • Lens Distortion Correction (LDC) compensates for image distortion caused by wide angle lenses
  • Multi-streaming supports H.264, H.265 and MJPEG compression. Bandwidth efficiency boosted by up to 99% compared to H.264 technology when H.265 is used with WiseStream II, a compression technology which dynamically controls encoding, balancing quality and compression according to movement in the image
  • IK10 vandal and IP66 weather resistant

Hanwha Techwin says

“By placing a PTZ camera at the centre of the PNM-9320VQP we are able to provide a highly affordable and efficient solution for city and wide area surveillance applications such as car parks, shopping centres and warehouses,” said Uri Guterman, head of product & marketing for Hanwha Techwin Europe.

“As well as installation and maintenance costs being significantly lower, end-users are able to avoid incurring the higher capital costs of using 5 separate cameras to cover an area and achieve the same level of functionality.”

Wisenet PNM-9000VQ

Hanwha Techwin has introduced another multi-directional camera, with four exchangeable lens modules that together seamlessly capture 360 degree images of up to 20 megapixel resolution. The Wisenet PNM-9000VQ shares many features with the PNM-9320VQP but lacks the built-in PTZ camera.

About Hanwha Techwin

Hanwha Techwin is a developer of video surveillance solutions for IP, analogue and hybrid systems. Formerly Samsung Techwin, Hanwha Techwin was among the first in its field to run software solutions within the camera – at the edge of the system instead of the hardware at its heart.

Hanwha Techwin Europe’s solutions, which encompass network cameras, DVRs, VMS systems and compression technology, are available across Europe via an extensive network of distributors.

Founded in 1952, the Hanwha Group is a Fortune Global 500 company with 52 domestic affiliates and 146 global networks in manufacturing and construction, finance, and services and leisure.

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