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Axis Introduces AXIS Q60-C Series PTZ Dome Network Camera and

the AXIS Q7424-R Video Encoders


1. Axis Announces Market’s First PTZ Network Cameras with Active Cooling for Surveillance in Desert-like Environments: AXIS Q60-C Series (aka the "cool domes"):

The AXIS Q60 Series PTZ domes are the most advanced PTZ products that we offer. The outdoor-ready AXIS Q60-E products have been a great success for almost all weather conditions, especially thanks to Arctic Temperature Control that enables the cameras to work down to -40° F. But what about for installations in the southern US states and Mexico where temperatures often top out over 100° F, especially in direct sunlight? That’s where the AXIS Q60-C PTZ Dome Network Cameras leverage the integrated Peltier cooling element to keep the cameras running in high performance up to 165° F!

What’s new:

Three separate cool dome products:
o AXIS Q6032-C with Extended D1 resolution and 35x optical zoom; ($3,699)
o AXIS Q6034-C with HDTV 720p and 18x optical zoom ($4,099)
o AXIS Q6035-C with HDTV 1080p and 20x optical zoom ($4,499)
Operate in temperatures from -4° F all the way up to 165° F
Same performance and features as other AXIS Q60 Series cameras, with a military grade MIL-STD-810G enclosure rating.
Ideal for use at construction sites, mining, oil and gas facilities, and along remote pipeline installations, country borders and atop buildings for city or commercial surveillance.
Anticipated availability date is March 2012.

2. Axis Introduces Rugged Video Encoder for Extreme Environments: AXIS Q7424-R Video Encoder (aka the "hardened encoder")

While we all believe in the power of IP surveillance, the market is still 70% analog. We can’t forget about that segment of the market - which needs a migration strategy from analog to IP. We’ve made great strides in our video encoder portfolio to bring high performing products to the market at a lower price (see: P72 and M70 Series Video Encoders release from June). Today’s announcement of the ruggedized AXIS Q7424-R Video Encoder expands that portfolio even farther and provides an analog-to-IP conversion strategy for security practitioners in the city surveillance and transportation worlds who deal with much harsher conditions, like vibrations, electrical shock, and extreme temperatures.

What’s new:

Four-channel ruggedized encoder designed to withstand vibration, shock and extreme temperature
Features include intelligent video, PTZ support, two-way audio, edge storage and multistream H.264 and Motion JPEG compression
Ideal for traffic monitoring, city surveillance, airport terminals and railway stations
Expected to be available in March 2012, MSRP of $1,199.

More details can be found by accessing our North American Press Center page.

Matt Flanagan
fama PR, Inc.

Domenic Locapo
Axis Communications Inc.


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