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Uniview Triguard Camera Series

Uniview Triguard 2.0 Technology

The Uniview Triguard Camera series is a line of security cameras designed to provide comprehensive surveillance solutions for various environments. 

Here are some key features and details about the Triguard Camera series:

Triguard Features
  1. Triple Protection: The "Triguard" in the series name refers to the triple protection provided by these cameras, which includes protection against water, dust, and impact. This makes them suitable for use in challenging outdoor environments where the cameras may be exposed to harsh weather conditions or potential vandalism.

  2. IP67 Weatherproof Rating: The Triguard cameras typically come with an IP67 weatherproof rating, indicating a high level of protection against dust and water ingress. This rating ensures reliable operation even in extreme weather conditions, such as rain, snow, or high humidity.

  3. IK10 Vandal Resistance: In addition to weatherproofing, Triguard cameras often feature an IK10 vandal-resistant design, making them highly durable and resistant to tampering or physical attacks. This makes them suitable for installation in public areas or high-risk locations where vandalism or unauthorized interference may be a concern.

  4. High-Resolution Imaging: Triguard cameras are equipped with high-quality image sensors and lenses to deliver clear and detailed video footage. They may support various resolutions, including standard definition (SD), high definition (HD), and ultra-high definition (UHD or 4K), depending on the specific model.

  5. Advanced Features: Like other Uniview cameras, Triguard cameras may include advanced features such as infrared (IR) night vision, wide dynamic range (WDR) for enhanced image quality in high-contrast scenes, intelligent video analytics for event detection and analysis, and remote access capabilities for convenient monitoring and management.

  6. Wide Range of Form Factors: The Triguard Camera series offers a variety of form factors to suit different surveillance needs and installation requirements. This may include dome cameras, bullet cameras, PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) cameras, and more, providing flexibility in deployment.

  7. PoE Support: Many Triguard cameras support Power over Ethernet (PoE), allowing both power and data to be transmitted over a single Ethernet cable. This simplifies installation and reduces the need for additional power sources near the camera locations.