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Dahua USA introduces new thermal hybrid camera series

April 26, 2022  By SP&T Staff


IRVINE — Dahua Technology has introduced new products that incorporate the latest in video technology.

The lineup includes three of Dahua’s 8MP cameras, a 256-channel server and third generation thermal hybrid camera series.

In total there are five new cameras and a hardy NVR/GPU device.

“Our R&D team continually evaluates the market and identifies which features and functions benefit our customers the most,” said Jennifer Hackenburg, product marketing director at Dahua Technology USA in a statement.


“The latest expansion of our portfolio reflects a need for higher resolutions and more robust features, from analytics to advancements in imaging.”

The new thermal, hybrid, Lite camera series with multiple lens options in a bullet or eyeball housing. “Hybrid” refers to its uncooled, VOx 256 x 192 thermal imager combined with a 4MP visible-light sensor. The camera can detect human and vehicle objects at short-to-mid-range distances that would otherwise be missed by standard, visible-lens cameras at night.

Dahua’s camera series

The 4K, IR, 40x Starlight PTZ camera has an updated UI and other features including 8MP resolution, auto tracking, and 40x long-distance optical zoom. Its flat face with a glass plate and integrated wiper help keep the image clear during inclement weather.

The 4K, IR, vari-focal, ePoE network dome and the 4K, IR, vari-focal, ePoE network bullet also offer 8MP resolution. Both cameras have motorized, 8-32 mm optical zoom lenses.

The 256-channel video surveillance server  combines a Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) and an advanced Network Video Recorder (NVR) into an all-in-one surveillance server. It allows simultaneous recording of 256 cameras and provides 768 Mbps of bandwidth.

The 2MP, fixed HDCVI eyeball camera is an update from the previous model with new, white-light LEDs. Night Color 2.0 technology lets this camera maintain colour images in various lighting conditions.

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