Next generation camera solutions
Delivering enhanced situational awareness through exceptional image quality and video security analytics
Best in-class performance
Advanced features with maximum versatility
Never miss an incident with IndigoVision’s Distributed Network Architecture (DNA)
All our cameras utilize our unique DNA that removes the requirement for a central server, ensuring you never lose access to live video and benefit from minimal latency.
Deliver safety and security for people and properties in all lighting conditions
Low light technology paired with True Wide Dynamic Range enable our UX cameras to capture exceptional detail even in varying light conditions. The cameras automatically adapt to both very bright and very dark areas, optimizing exposure, improving highlights and correcting dark areas in backlit scenes.
Safeguard your security investigations with advanced IR technology
Integrated IR illuminators and adaptive IR technology automatically adjust to deliver uniform light in both day and night, while optimizing beam width and exposure settings to maximize image quality.
Maximize your investment with easy integration
Our UX cameras provide ONVIF S and T compliance, enabling you to integrate with previous third-party investments that adhere to this open platform standard.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What previous camera line does the new UX range replace?
The new UX camera line replaces the UX 3420 mini domes and the UX 3625 bullets in our Ultra CCTV Range. It also introduces a new form factor, as box cameras are now available. The camera line is made in North America and is NDAA compliant.
What resolutions are available for the UX range?
The UX range is available in 2.0MP, 4.0MP, 5.0MP and 8.0MP (4K Ultra HD).
What form factors are available?
The UX range is available as bullet, dome or box variants.
What compression methods are available?
To reduce costs by maximizing bandwidth and storage space, the UX range utilizes H.264 SmartCodec, H.265 SmartCodec, and Motion JPEG.
Are the cameras ONVIF Compliant, and what does it mean?
ONVIF is an open standard that enables you to integrate with previous third-party investments that adhere to this open platform standard. This means that our long range surveillance camera systems can be used seamlessly with other ONVIF systems, so you don’t need to change your existing infrastructure.
The range is compliant with ONVIF Profile S (for basic video streaming) and Profile T (for advanced video streaming such as H.264 / H.265 video compression, Metadata streaming and Motion alarm and tampering events).
Are the cameras NDAA compliant, and why is it important?
Our cameras are built in North America, and comply with US Federal Government IT procurements guidelines, the National Defense Authorization Act. This ensures cameras can be used in US federal government scenarios.
Is the security system going to be safe from hackers?
Our solutions are completely secure, using password protection, HTTPS encryption, digest authentication, WS authentication, user access log, and 802.1x port-based authentication.
How to choose the right form factor?
This depends on the application and environment the long range surveillance camera system is going to be used in. Bullet and box cameras can act as a deterrent as they remind people that they’re being observed, hence reducing the chance of incident. Dome cameras however are a more discreet option due to their half spherical-shape. For specific environments, such as oil and gas, box cameras can go inside housing that will protect them.
How does the IR illuminator work?
The in-built IR illuminator in the UX range allows operators to identify and track suspects in the dark. Infrared light isn’t visible to the human eye but CCTV cameras switch to mono as light levels fall and can film the IR light spectrum. IR bounces off hard surfaces, which reflect the signal to the camera, making it look like a torch is shining through the dark.
How does motion detection analytics work?
Our highly intelligent cameras with built-in security video analytics alert operators when motion is detected (highlighted in red in the image below), so operators can select the specific camera that triggered the alarm, pull up the live feed and see what’s happening.
How to pick the correct camera for your application?
Knowing which CCTV Camera to use for which application can be tricky. We would recommend using a mixture of fixed lens cameras from our UX, BX or GX range, to cover all points of interest, ensuring there is no blind spot; paired with PTZ cameras which will enable you to focus and zoom on a particular area. For more demanding or specific applications, check our specialized range.
Additionally, our team are on hand to help you find the right camera.
What are the protection ratings for this camera?
The UX range comes with an IP66 weather rating for indoor use (making it water resistant against powerful jets) and IP67 weather rating for outdoor applications (so it is protected against complete temporary water submersion). The camera also comes with an IK10 impact rating for vandal resistance (protecting it against 20 joules of impact, the equivalent to the impact of a 5kg mass dropped from 400mm above the impacted surface), so you can trust the robustness and reliability of your long range surveillance camera system.
Is a server required?
All IndigoVision cameras benefit from our Distributed Network Architecture (DNA), which means that all cameras deliver video feeds directly to your end point, removing any single point of failure, maximizing reliability and considerably reducing latency.
DNA ensures you can view footage without any camera lag and always have access to live video at all times, even if your NVR goes down.
Do I need to change my analog cameras to IP cameras?
Our encoders enable you to get all the benefits of an IP system while keeping your existing analog investment. Enjoy the flexibility to gradually migrate to IP camera by camera, or to complement a completely new IP system; prolonging the lifetime of your existing analog investment.
With outstanding compression, IndigoVision’s Encoders can encode both SD and HD analog cameras so you get reduced bandwidth, reduced storage costs, improved video quality and up to 25 fps. All coupled with intelligent analytics and remote client access, enabling your existing analog investment to make a step up.
What storage options does the camera offer?
Onboard storage is made possible with a micro SD/microSDHC/microSDXC slot on the Dome cameras, and with a SD/SDHC/SDXC slot on the Bullet and Box cameras, so you can get video recordings even during network interruptions.
|wdt_ID||PART NUMBER||FORM FACTOR||RESOLUTION||LENS|
|1||750620||Box Camera (non-IR)||2MP||3.3 - 9mm lens|
|2||750621||Box Camera (non-IR)||2MP||4.7 - 84.6mm lens|
|3||751620||Box Camera (non-IR)||4MP||3.3 - 9mm lens|
|4||751621||Box Camera (non-IR)||4MP||9 - 22mm lens|
|5||753620||Box Camera (non-IR)||8MP||4.9 - 8mm lens|
|6||750640||Bullet Camera (IR)||2MP||3.3 - 9mm lens|
|7||750641||Bullet Camera (IR)||2MP||9 - 22mm lens|
|8||752641||Bullet Camera (IR)||5MP||9 - 22mm lens|
|9||753640||Bullet Camera (IR)||8MP||4.9 - 8mm lens|
|10||750440-DO||Dome Camera (non-IR)||2MP||3.3 - 9mm lens|