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High Level of Security
Intelligent Motion Detection (IMD)
The built-in IMD functions of these cameras can
trigger a variety of actions, such as the storage
and transfer of images or the activation of an
external device through its output relays. False
alarms caused by noise and repeated motion
patterns are minimized thanks to an advanced
Sony algorithm. Plus, when used in conjunction
with DEPA-enabled recorders or software, a
multitude of fi lter functions are available. These
allow you to initiate alarms based on more
specifi c movements, such as passing a virtual
borderline or appearing into a virtual area.
Intelligent Object Detection (IOD)
The SNC-DF85, SNC-DF80, and SNC-DF50 cameras
can detect objects that have been abandoned
or become stationary for a specifi ed duration
within up to four designated detection areas. This
feature is useful for detecting suspicious objects
left in public places, or for detecting stalled cars
or accidents on the road. As with IMD, fi lters can
be used to refi ne this intelligence if the camera is
confi gured with DEPA-enabled products.
The intelligent object detection function and the intelligent motion
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detection function cannot be used simultaneously.
Sensor IN/Alarm OUT Ports
Equipped with a sensor input, these cameras can
receive triggers from an external sensor. Also, two
alarm relay outputs can be used to trigger
external devices to perform a variety of actions.
Pre-/Post-alarm Image Storage
These cameras are capable of storing both pre-
and post-alarm images on 16 MB of built-in
memory or on removable storage media.
Storage on removable media is available with the
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SNC-DF85 and SNC-DF80.

Network Security Features

IEEE802.1X Compliant
The SNC-DF85, SNC-DF80, and SNC-DF50 support
IEEE802.1X port-based network access control.
This means they can be integrated to a network
environment that uses the IEEE802.1X client-
authorization protocol for security purposes.
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Versatile Interfaces
Analog Composite Video Output
These cameras can output an analog composite
video signal via the BNC connector. This feature is
ideal for outputting images to a local recording
device or monitor.

Other Convenient Features

Date/Time Superimposition
The date and time of images recorded by these
cameras can be superimposed on the video while it is
being monitored and recorded. This feature is ideal for
easily identifying the exact date and time of an event
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during playback. Also because the information
becomes part of the video image, it is a useful feature
when providing video evidence to authorities.
File Export to Removable Media
The SNC-DF85 and SNC-DF80 cameras are equipped
with a Compact Flash™ (CF) card slot, allowing users
to export images on CF media as required.
CF Card Slot
Privacy Zone Masking
These cameras can mask up to seven unwanted or
prohibited areas within an image for privacy
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protection.
Supplied "SNC Privacy Masking Tool" software is required to set masking
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areas.
24 V AC, 12 V DC, or PoE Operation
These cameras offer a choice of three types of power:
24 V AC, 12 V DC, or PoE (Power-over-Ethernet, IEEE
802.3af). They automatically adapt to whichever
power source is used, making installation fast and
effective.
Network Features
• Simultaneous Access for up to 20 Users
• Multicasting Capability
SNC-DF85
SNC-DF80
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