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MOBOTIX c25 Now Available

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360° Panorama View Camera For Rooms With Suspended Ceilings

With a diameter of only 12 centimeters and a weight of approximately 200 grams, the new c25 is the smallest and lightest Hemispheric MOBOTIX video complete system yet for ceiling mounting indoors (protection class IP20, 0 to 40 °C/32 to 104 °F). Standard features include a light-sensitive 5-MP day or night sensor, a 4-GB MicroSD memory card (can currently be expanded up to 128 GB), an HD sound microphone and the latest camera software including MxActivitySensor and the MxAnalytics video analysis tools (person and object counting, heat map display of high-traffic areas). The integrated Lowlight Exposure Optimization MxLEO facilitates high-contrast images without motion blur, even in poorly illuminated surroundings.

Hemispheric HD Premium Lens L12 With An f/2.0 Aperture

A particularly high-quality fisheye lens with a 180° image angle that has been developed especially for MOBOTIX is used in all current Hemispheric MOBOTIX camera models. This L12 lens meets the extremely high MOBOTIX quality standards and seamlessly integrates into the “HD Premium Lenses with an f/1.8 Aperture” product line that was officially launched at the beginning of 2015. The L12 aperture of f/2.0 is optimally adapted to the hemispheric special lens.

 

The Latest MOBOTIX Panorama Image Technology

The c25 delivers images up to 5 MP with an extremely high level of detail. Thanks to the panorama technology developed by MOBOTIX, one single camera can discreetly secure an entire room without any blind spots. This ensures a better overview than several individual cameras, while still offering the possibility to zoom in on details. This significantly reduces the total cost and number of cameras required.

Unlike conventional technology available on the market, hemispheric distortion correction in a MOBOTIX system takes place in the camera and not later on the computer with separate video management software. This drastically reduces the image data that needs to be transferred and saved. This decentralized MOBOTIX solution lowers the volume of network traffic and allows dozens of hemispheric cameras to be displayed on a computer, tablet or smartphone.

 

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Standard On The c25: MxAnalytics

The camera-integrated MxAnalytics video analysis makes it possible to collect statistical behavioral data from people and objects. This is done by defining recognition zones and counting corridors. The camera then records how often each counting corridor is crossed within a specified period. The most frequented areas in the recognition zone are highlighted in color as a heat map (see figure).

 

Simple Installation In Suspended Ceilings

With the new c25, MOBOTIX offers an affordable Hemispheric camera specially designed for suspended ceilings in protected indoor areas. It is suitable for installation in ceiling panels with a maximum thickness of 26 millimeters, in which a circular opening with a diameter of 105 mm is cut using a standard power drill head. The c25 connected to the Ethernet cable is simply slotted in from below using raised spring clips. This fast mounting mechanism is already being used with the MOBOTIX HaloMount (S15D accessory) and recessed ceiling lighting.

 

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Typical Application Areas For The c25: Indoor applications in retail, supermarkets, public buildings, trade fair and exhibition spaces, hotels and recreation facilities, in residential buildings and for the surveillance of industrial production processes.

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