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Low light, highlight suppression, and WDR ensure image quality under different lighting conditions and ultra-defogging eliminates fog dirt from outside of the lens to ensure high image quality in different scenarios.
The Huawei M1220 network camera uses integrated video compression, network transmission, and intelligent algorithms to transmit on-site video images to the remote end in real time through the network. It applies to multiple scenarios such as safe cities and rail transportation.
This network camera has strong environmental adaptability to ensure the image quality in various settings. Its low light, WDR, highlight suppression, wide operating voltage range, and ultra-wide operating temperature range ensure the image quality in a range of climates.
To support lower light conditions, various features are implemented. A larger CMOS sensor provides higher sensitivity and the 1/1.8-inch back-lit CMOS sensor increases the amount of captured light by approximately 50% above the traditional size. The image is optimized using dedicated algorithms with the same amount of captured light.
A three-frame exposure technology is utilized to capture images in different regions and under varying exposure times, combining three images into one for output. This technology is valuable in harsh environments where intense contrasts are an issue. It enables the capture and display of both bright and dark areas, so that bright areas are desaturated and details are visible in dark areas.
Extra265 algorithms use intelligent I-frame technology to reduce code streams. They identify and track moving objects in images, as well as reduce smearing and blurring of low bit-rate moving objects to reduce the number of macroblocks in the encoding format.
|Image Sensor||1/1.8-inch 2.0 megapixel progressive scan CMOS|
|Effective Pixels||1,920 (H) x 1,080 (V)|
|Minimum Light||Color: 0.0004 lux (F1.2, AGC ON);
B/W: 0.0001 lux (F1.2, AGC ON)
|Intelligent Analysis||Supports behavior analysis, crowd gathering, face recognition, license plate recognition, audio analysis, scene change detection, de-focus detection and image quality diagnosis.|
|Power Supply||12V DC ± 25%, 24V DC ± 25%, 24V AC ± 25%, and PoE (IEEE 802.3at)|
|Surge Suppression||6 kV|