Video Surveillance
Bosch introduces 960H microdome and bullet cameras

Bosch Security Systems, Inc. has added the bullet 2000 AN, the bullet 4000 AN family, and the FLEXIDOME micro 1000 AN to its portfolio of analog cameras.

July 26, 2013
By Staff

These new 960H cameras capture more pixels per target object for a maximum sensor resolution of 720 TVL – the highest available for the PAL and NTSC standard. Ideal for capturing fine scene details, they are capable of producing video images with 30 percent higher resolution than previous generation analog sensors.
FLEXIDOME micro 1000 AN is ideal for indoor surveillance in well-lit daytime or fixed-lighting environments. The camera’s discreet microdome enclosure houses a 2.5 mm fixed wide-angle lens that enables object recognition at distances up to 35 feet. Digital wide dynamic range compensates for scenes with both bright and dark areas, such as where sunlight or window reflections are present.
The new bullet cameras feature vandal and water resistant IP66-rated designs that ensure reliable surveillance in a variety of indoor and outdoor environments.
Bullet 2000 AN is a true day/night 3.6 mm fixed lens camera exclusively available through the Advantage Line by Bosch.

Bullet 4000 AN IR is available with either a 2.8 to 12 mm or 9 to 22 mm varifocal lens and integrated infrared LEDs that provide up to 200 feet of night vision.

Bullet 4000 AN WDR ensures the best image performance under high contrast lighting conditions and features 10 infrared LEDs that provide up to 330 feet of clear nighttime performance. Special LED lenses significantly improve the light performance at the sides and corners of the image.

Traffic 4000 AN IR is a license plate recognition camera that offers excellent resolution in low light conditions. This integrated IR camera provides up to 92 feet of night vision
The microdome and bullet cameras are easy to install and conform to Bosch’s high quality and reliability standards, warranted for three-years and backed by the company’s superior service and support offerings.