LILIN adds entry-level outdoor IP bullet camera to video surveillance product mix

LILIN Americas, an entity of Taiwan-based IP video surveillance solutions manufacturer Merit LILIN, has further strengthened its line-up of IP cameras with the MR832 bullet camera. Designed to help security professionals easily deploy an outdoor surveillance system, the MR832 features a 4-mm fixed lens with an IP66 environment rating and an operating range of -40° to 122°F along with IR LED illumination and day/night imaging.

“As IP technology has evolved, so have the expectations of our customers,” said Joe Cook, vice-president and general manager of LILIN Americas. “They want IP outdoor cameras that are easy to install, configure and maintain, that integrate seamlessly, offer high resolution HD images even in complete darkness and are competitively priced. The new MR832 delivers these capabilities and much more.”

LILIN MR832 IP cameras feature 2D Wide Dynamic Range, which provides accurate video capture in high-contrast lighting, and use 3D Noise Reduction for maximum clarity in low-light conditions. Energy-efficient IR LEDs automatically illuminate scenes in complete darkness for discovering subjects at a range of up to 30 metres.

To save on installation time, the MR832 camera is designed with a multi-angle adjustable wall/ceiling mount bracket for flexibility and ease of use.

In addition, the new camera model supports ONVIF Profile S and powered by either PoE or 12 V DC.

The MR832 delivers 1080P Full-HD resolution at 30 fps while being remarkably compact and lightweight for either wall or ceiling mount applications.

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