Standalone wireless PIR camera launched

Posted On 27 Oct 2017
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OCULi is a standalone PIR detector with a camera and is designed to protect vulnerable areas where CCTV cannot be installed due to power and internet limitations. The camera does not require external power and is instead powered by two lithium batteries with a reported expected life of up to one year.

Fitted with a VGA colour / monochrome camera and IR LED, OCULi uses the 3G mobile phone network to send visual verification of a detected event.  Each unit is fitted with a roaming SIM that will pick up the strongest network signal, irrespective of provider to ensure the delivery of images.  No other equipment is required on site as each OCULi works independently.

A web portal has been developed as a fully functioning self-monitoring tool allowing users to configure a host of functions including arm and dis-arm programmable scheduling, PIR setting adjustments and the viewing of events.

Using the Android or iOS OCULi free mobile phone apps, alarm notifications are received by push notification. Users can also use the app to view events, arm and dis-arm units or sites as well as walk test and configure each unit for coverage by Bluetooth.

For alarm receiving monitoring centres, the camera integrates with the IMMIX IP intruder alarm and video monitoring platform.

The detection range is listed as 15m x 90° with a 120° camera field of view with all images stored in a secure cloud server until deleted by the user.