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Siqura BC620WDR Fixed SuperWDR Network Box Camera



TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS SECURITY SYSTEM

DIVISION – 28 ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY

LEVEL 1__28 20 00 ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE

LEVEL 2__28 23 00 VIDEO SURVEILLANCE

LEVEL 3__28 23 29 VIDEO SURVEILLANCE REMOTE DEVICES AND SENSORS

PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.01 GENERAL

  1. This product shall be manufactured by a firm whose quality system is in compliance with the ISO-9001.

  2. All equipment and materials used shall be standard components that are regularly manufactured and used in the manufacturer’s system.

  3. All materials furnished under this item shall be compliant with 802.3 Ethernet standards.

  4. All systems and components shall have been thoroughly tested and proven in actual use.

  5. All systems and components shall be provided with comprehensive repair and spare parts replacement. The manufacturer on warranty and non-warranty items shall guarantee the spare parts and the repair.



2.02 FIXED SUPER WDR NETWORK BOX CAMERA

  1. The Siqura BC620WDR is a fixed network box camera providing high-resolution standard definition (690 HTVLE sensor) with a 1/3” Pixim Seawolf CMOS imager providing up to 120dB of superior wide dynamic range (WDR), includes an IR-cut filter for day/night functioning and is capable of streaming dual streaming H.264 while simultaneously streaming dual MPEG-4/MPEG-2/MJPEG streams.

  2. The fixed network box camera shall have pixel based wide dynamic range as a direct output of the image sensor which utilizes a pixel by pixel exposure control system in which each pixel has its own independent shutter and shutter speed control. Dual or multi-shutter exposure methods of dynamic range or contrast enhancement shall not be acceptable.

  3. The fixed network box camera shall provide 17bits and 102db minimum and 2-bits and 120dB max of dynamic range. The camera shall offer 6 exposure metering zones to provide easy scene optimization by the installer. An exposure preference mode shall be provided to enhance exposure in scenes where detail would otherwise be obscured in shadowed or highlighted areas. Three levels of exposure transition speed shall be provided to allow adjustment of the rate at which the camera will react to lighting level changes.

  4. The fixed network box camera shall be a true day/night camera with removable IR cut-filter. Supported modes shall include automatic, day and night modes. Transition thresholds and transition speeds shall be provided to permit setting of the light level at which day/night changes will occur and the duration of light change which will cause a day/night switch. In addition, a gain boost shall be available to boost low light performance in night mode.

  5. The fixed network box camera shall support auto-tracking white balance (normal, extended, desaturated), auto white balance (push to white balance) and manual modes.

  6. The fixed network box camera shall employ a global electronic shutter for progressive capturing of images at 60 images per second. Cameras with a rolling shutter shall not be acceptable. The automatic shutter shall have a range from 1/30 (1/25 PAL) to 1/30,720 sec. Digital slow shutter shall be available with configurable settings from 2x to 32x. When set for interlaced output, a 2x shutter setting will provide real-time (30 NTSC/25 PAL) output.

  7. The fixed network box camera shall support manual and automatic gain control (AGC) with manual level and automatic gain limits from 0 to 50 dB.

  8. The fixed network box camera shall provide color roll reduction in addition to flicker reduction.

  9. The fixed network box camera shall provide sharpness, contrast, brightness and saturation controls to fine tune image output. The brightness control shall automatically adjust gamma level.

  10. The fixed network box camera shall provide a focus assistant which shall provide an on-screen indicator of the maximum focus achievable for a scene and a visual indicator of the current focus level to assist the installer in achieving maximum focus for a scene. The focus assistant shall be accessible from the web interface as well as from a push switch on the camera body. In addition, the camera shall provide a method of precise focusing using only 3-color LED indication on the camera body.

  11. The fixed network box camera shall support DC auto iris with iris level adjustment and manual lenses.

  12. The fixed network box camera shall provide the ability to configure and store multiple imaging profiles presets. These presets shall include all configurable image controls including but not limited to day/night modes, WDR configuration, white balance modes, exposure, back light compensation and digital slow shutter.

  13. The fixed network box camera shall provide four independent digital video streams, with different resolutions, frame rates, and bit rates. The camera shall support H.264, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and MJPEG for compression methods. For highest quality H.264 performance, the camera shall use a separate processor from the MPEG2/4/MJPEG DSP, for hardware H.264 encoding of the video stream. The H.264 encoding profile shall be configurable between Main Profile and High Profile

  14. Each H.264 and MPEG-2/4/MJPEG stream of the fixed network box camera shall be capable of being streamed to three different destinations simultaneously for distribution to the video network. The camera shall simultaneously handle H.264 encoding and dual MPEG-2/4/MJPEG encoding at full frame rate, and a separate Live View (MJPEG) encoder at 5 frames per second. Each stream can be streamed to different unicast and/or multicast destinations. The MJPEG Live View shall be present within the web interface and viewed by HTTP.

  15. The fixed network box camera shall support streaming over RTP/UDP/IP for audio and video, multicast and unicast connections and RTSP/RTP/TCP/IP for video. In addition to hardware decoding, the camera systems shall be interoperable with standard software decoders such as Quick Time and Video LAN’s VLC media player.

  16. The fixed network box camera shall support Session Announcement Protocol (SAP) for broadcasting multicast session information. An application can use this information to receive an H.264/MPEG-4/-2 video stream or audio stream transmitted by the camera system to the advertised multicast address.

  17. The fixed network box camera shall provide a Stream Manager to set a maximum network load per stream which limits the output rate to each of the streams transmitters. In addition, the camera system shall provide a minimum of 3 RTP control modes to manage the network load if the receiver fails including no control, a Flood Guard flood protection mechanism and real time control protocol (RTCP).

  18. The fixed network box camera shall provide an option to insert metadata in the video stream. This metadata at a minimum shall include video loss, black/white video, video motion detection alarms, tampering alarms, and image quality monitor alarms. In addition, temperature alerts, audio detection alerts and contact closure status shall be provided in metadata format.

  19. The fixed network box camera shall provide a full featured web interface for both live viewing and configuration of the camera. Volume control for audio shall also be supported.

  20. The user shall be able to remotely reboot the unit, reboot the unit and return the setting to factory defaults leaving the network setting unchanged, or reboot the unit and restore all setting to factory defaults.

  21. The fixed network box camera shall provide status and measurement information via the web interface. Status shall include but not be limited to video and audio real-time streaming state. Measurements shall include codec board current and peak temperatures, network tx/rx bit rates, CPU and DSP loading, real-time video bit, frame rates and latency, audio sample rate and FTP push status.

  22. The fixed network box camera shall be able to transmit up to three independent copies of audio signal pairs (one pair in one stream), up to three copies of each of two independent data signals, and up to three copies of each of two independent contact closure signals, each stream having an independently selectable IP destination

  23. The fixed network box camera shall support a minimum of 4 levels of password protected access with 3 distinct levels of web page access including administrator, operator and viewer. In addition, the operating system (Linux) shall have configurable root pass code protection with no back door access.

  24. The fixed network box camera is based on open streaming architecture (OSA) standards (API) and shall operate in a Siqura environment as well as in third-party software recording solutions. In addition, the camera system shall support ONVIF v1.02 or later for open systems compatibility native or as an upgrade.

  25. The fixed network box camera shall provide built in analytics that checks the health of the camera. This image quality monitor analyzes contrast, exposure, sharpness and noise, and immediately alerts an operator for any malfunctioning.

  26. The fixed network box camera shall provide tampering detection which can monitor the position of the camera or obstructions in the field-of-view of the camera for up to 16 preset reference images. After a configurable time period, the tamper detection alerts an operator of the tamper event.

  27. The fixed network box camera shall support both an FTP Push function, and an FTP pull function. The FTP Push function shall enable the camera system to send a jpeg image to a specified client location at user specified intervals, or on user configurable encoder events. The FTP pull function shall enable the camera system to send a jpeg image on request of a remote server.

  28. The fixed network box camera shall provide event management for sending events to a contact closure stream or an FTP push. Supported event triggers shall include event on, off or changed. Events shall include video, video motion, audio, contact closure, image quality, tampering events.

  29. The web interface shall provide the ability to load firmware remotely to the device. Also it shall provide the ability to provide PTZ control to cameras. The PTZ interface shall accept various, standard camera control protocols, such as Pelco D and Bosch/Phillips. Additional control protocols shall be capable of being uploaded via the web interface of the encoder. The web interface shall provide for PTZ control of the camera and preset creation and selection. Further control of focus and iris control shall be supported from the interface, but will be dependent on the camera and control protocol connected to the encoder.

  30. The fixed network box camera shall support NTCIP protocol over IP. The NTCIP driver shall act as an integral code translator and provide PTZ control of any analog PTZ connected to the serial port with the selected standard control code protocol.

  31. The fixed network box shall have a 100Base-TX network interface for live streaming to a standard Web browser and an analog output for live monitoring.

  32. The fixed network box shall be available in a model with a small form-factor pluggable (SFP) interface in place of an RJ45 interface. This SFP interface shall provide for direct fiber to the camera and support a wide range of SFP fiber modules including Single Mode, Multi-mode and CWDM.

  33. The fixed network box camera shall be in an aluminum enclosure with a repositionable ¼”-20 bracket mount interfaces for mounting from the top and bottom. Image rotation via the on-screen menus must also be provided with options for flip, mirror and 180 degree rotation supported.

  34. The fixed network box camera shall provide a real-time analog output with latency from image capture to display of 4ms or less.

  35. The fixed network box camera shall provide a CS lens mount interface. A C-mount adapter shall be provided as a standard accessory.

  36. The fixed network box camera shall meet or exceed the following design and performance specifications.



2.03 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  1. Network interface 100Base-TX RJ-45 or SFP connector interface

  2. Cabling Cat-5 Cable or better for 100Base-TX

  3. Analog output BNC; 75 Ohm p-p

  4. Power consumption 7W

  5. Input Power 20 – 30 VAC (24 VAC nominal)

12 -30 VDC

802.3af PoE, Class 3

  1. Audio In/Out 3.5mm jacks

  2. Alarm Inputs- 2 Terminal Block

  3. Alarm Outputs -2 Terminal Block

  4. Serial Port Terminal Block

2.04 VIDEO SPECIFICATIONS

  1. Number of video streams 2x H.264, 2x MPEG-4/MPEG-2 and/or MJPEG

    1. Hardware Based Two H.264 streams shall be from dedicated hardware co-procesors.

    2. DSP encoders A flexible TI DaVinci DSP shall be available to provided two selectable software based MPEG-4

or MPEG-2 or MJPEG streams.

  1. Encoding Priorities Encoding priority shall be configurable.

  2. Frame rate 1 - 30 frames per second (fps)

  3. Image Processing Interlaced/Deinterlaced; Deinterlacing shall be configurable for edge adaptive and motion adaptive modes.

  4. Compression algorithm H.264 BP (ISO/IEC 14496-10); MPEG-4 SP Layer 5 (ISO/IEC 14496-2); MPEG-2 (ISO/IEC 13818-2), MJPEG

  5. Network protocol H.264 BP, MPEG-4 ES, MPEG-2 (ES or TS), RTP, UDP, IP, DHCP, SSM, IGMP v2, RTSP, (S)NTP, SDP, MX/IP, HTTP, SNMP v2, DiffServ, SAP, UPnP, FTP, Telnet

  6. Resolution

    1. D1

      1. NTSC 720x480

      2. PAL 720x576

    2. 2/3 D1

      1. NTSC 480x480

      2. PAL 480x576

    3. ½ D1

      1. NTSC 352x480

      2. PAL 352x576

    4. 2CIF

      1. NTSC 720x240

      2. PAL 720x288

    5. VGA

      1. NTSC/PAL 640x480

    6. CIF

      1. NTSC 352x240

      2. PAL 350x288

    7. QVGA

      1. NTAC/PAL 320x240

    8. QCIF

      1. NTSC 176x120

      2. PAL 176x144

  1. Video motion detection (VMD) User-defined free-drawn masking, sensitivity and response level;

  2. VMD Alarm response Via associated software (via API) or contact closure

  3. Camera Health Focus, Contrast, SNR, Exposure

  4. Tamper Monitoring Image Positioning (up to 16 presets)

  5. Camera Health and tampering alarms Via associated software (via API) or contact

closure

  1. Encoding latency <130 ms typical; <90 ms (low latency mode)

  2. GOP structure I, P frames with adjustable I frame interval

  3. Number of output streams 20 (RTSP) Max.

  4. Total output data rate Up to 20 MB/s

  5. Encoder bit rate control Constant bit rate (CBR), variable bit rate (VBR) or Constant Quality (H.264 only)

  6. Selectable Video profiles Custom settings or Predefined profiles optimized,

at a minimum, for High Quality Camera or PTZ, Storage and Low bandwidth.

  1. Encoder Priorities Encoder streams shall be prioritized for optimal performance.

  2. Video settings Contrast, brightness, color saturation

  3. Type of streaming RTP/UDP/IP, (multicast and/or unicast); RTSP/RTP/TCP/IP

  4. On-screen display (OSD) 3x text lines (configurable: position, color, transparency, border/outline color, font size);1x image in BMP, Animated GIF, or JPEG format (configurable: position, scaling)

  5. User levels Support up to 4 levels – viewer, operator and administrator with rights ranging from view webpage video only to full administration, and “root” for the Linux prompt.



2.05 CAMERA SPECIFICATIONS

  1. Image sensor 1/3” Pixim Seawolf CMOS

  2. Scanning system NTSC/PAL (selectable)

  3. Image capture Progressive

  4. Effective pixels 408,388

  5. Horizontal resolution effective 690 HTVLE

  6. Vertical Resolution >460 VTVL

  7. Output mode Interlaced or progressive

  8. Synchronization Internal/ Line lock

  9. S/N Ratio >50 dB, 53db Max.(AGC off)

  10. Minimum illumination 0.1 lux color, 0.05 lux B/W, F1.2, 50IRE, 30fps

  11. Dynamic range (WDR) 17-bit /102dB (min); 20-bits /120dB max.

  12. Shutter type Global electronic shutter

  13. Shutter speed 1/30 (1/25) - 1/30,720 sec (automatic)

  14. Digital slow Shutter (DSS) 2x- 32x

  15. Lens mounting CS /C (adapter)



2.06 CAMERA OPERATION

  1. Day/ Night (IR-cut filter) Auto/Day/Night/Night boost

  2. Backlight compensation On/Off

  3. Wide dynamic range (WDR) Enhanced On/Off

  4. Metering Zones 6 predefined zones

Auto, Center, Left, Right, Top, Bottom

  1. White Balance ATW (Auto, extended, desaturated); AWB (push to set), manual

  2. WDR Exposure Bias Shadows/highlights

  3. ATW Range 2800-7500 K (normal)

2000-11000 K (extended)

  1. Gain control Automatic or manual

  2. Automatic Gain Control Selectable up to 50dB;

  3. Noise reduction 3D adaptive (automatic)

  4. Gamma Adjustable (brightness)

  5. Flickerless control Pixim EFR, On/Off

  6. Color Roll Reduction Off/On

  7. Image rotation None/flip/mirror/180 degree

  8. Iris Level Adjustable

  9. Sharpness Adjustable

  10. Privacy Masks 10; selectable color (solid)



2.07 AUDIO

  1. Two-way audio Full duplex stereo (line level); mono mic level

  2. Sampling Resolution 8bit linear PCM or ITU G.711

  3. Max. Bandwidth 20Hz to 20kHz

  4. Input Level Adjustable, mic. or line

  5. Output Level Adjustable, 3V pk-pk

  6. Input Impedance >20kOhm or 600 Ohm

  7. Output Impedance <100 Ohm

  8. Transport RTP/UDP/IP multicast and unicast

  9. Transmission Up to 3 independent copies of audio signal pairs with each stream having an independently selectable IP destination.



2.08 CONTACT CLOSURES

  1. Alarm input 2 contact closure inputs, normally open (fail-safe)

  2. Operational modes Normal, inverted, forced active or forced inactive

  3. Sampling rates Contact closure shall be sampled 100 times per second and provide latency of less than 20 msec.

  4. Transport TCP and UDP (unicast or multicast),

  5. Transmission Independently selectable IP destination and port number.

  6. Alarm output 2 contact closure outputs; fail-safe and potential free

  7. Remote Control HTTP API (OSA)

2.09 DATA

  1. Data Port 1 serial, full duplex port, selectable EIA RS-422 and EIA RS-485 (2 or 4 wire).

  2. Operation UART operation.

  3. Data Rate 300b/s to 230.4 kbps.

  4. Transport TCP (compatible with terminal servers) and UDP (unicast or multicast),

  5. Transmission Independently configurable destination IP address and port number.

  6. PTZ Control Interfaces Serial Tunneling, Web Page, HTTP (API), NTCIP (SNMP)

  7. PTZ Control Protocol –Standard Pelco-D, Bosch

  8. Additional Control Protocols Vicon, Pelco-P, AD (422), Panasonic (Conventional, New); Others per project requirement; Remote uploaded as required.


2.10 MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  1. Dimensions (L x W xH) 150 x 64 x 63.8 mm (5.90 x 2.52 x 2.51 in.)

  2. Weight 6.09 oz. (146 g)

  3. Mounting Interface ¼ in. – 20-thread top or bottom

(Removable block)

  1. Color Black/Grey



2.11 NETWORK SPECIFICATIONS

  1. RJ45 10/100BASE-TX, CAT-5

  2. SFP 100Base TX, SFP (fiber or copper)

  3. Management OSA HTTP API, MX, SNMP v2, HTML (password protected)



2.12 ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATION

  1. Operating temperature, Continuous -22°F to +122°F (-30°C to +50°C); 60c max.

  2. Humidity 10 to 90% RH, non-condensing

  3. MTBF >100,000 hrs, at 50˚C


2.13 CERTIFICATIONS

  1. Regulatory

  1. IEC/EN 61000

  2. IEC/EN 55022

  3. IEC/EN 55024

  4. FCC

  5. RoHS



2.14 MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY

  1. Repair or replacement of defective parts for a period of 2 years from date of shipment.


2.15 MODELS

  1. Siqura BC620WDR High Performance IP Box Camera, SuperWDR, SD, Multi-codec technology

  2. Siqura BC620WDR/SFP High Performance IP Box Camera, SuperWDR, SD, Multi-codec technology, SFP slot

  3. Indoor Mounting Accessories

  1. WM-04 Wall Bracket

  1. Outdoor Accessories

    1. HSG01 Housing, Fixed Camera

    2. HSG02 Housing, Fixed Camera, , Heater/Blower, 24VAC

    3. HSG03 Housing, Fixed Camera, IR Illum, heater/Blower,

24VAC

    1. HSG02LV Housing, Fixed Camera, , Heater/Blower,

90-230VAC

    1. HSG03LV Housing, Fixed Camera, IR Illum, heater/Blower,

90-230VAC

    1. HSG/WALL Bracket, Wall

    2. HSG/POLE Bracket, Pole

    3. HSG/CORNER Bracket, Corner

    4. HSG/CEILING Bracket, Ceiling

    5. HSG/SUN Housing, Fixed Camera, Sunshield



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