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New Axxon Next integration: FlexWATCH IP cameras by Seyeon Tech

09/28/2016

IP video cameras from Seyeon Tech sold under the brand name FlexWATCH are now integrated with Axxon Next in the latest SDK, covering the full range of IP cameras from 2M, 3M, 5M and 8M pixel high-resolution cameras.

Now all FlexWATCH IP cameras can be fully connected, controlled and configured in Axxon Next over TCP/IP.

Full range of IP video surveillance cameras

FlexWATCH has a full range of cameras, including dome cameras, bullet cameras and PTZ cameras for indoor or outdoor installation. With various lens selections from a fixed focal lens to 36X optical zoom, FlexWATCH IP cameras can provide more options to system integrators who have to satisfy any demand from their customers.

Among all the cameras available, the FlexWATCH NightWatch series with a Sony 1/2” high-sensitivity CMOS sensor has the advantage in the struggle with low light sensitivity, especially in color mode at night. FW7709-FNR with the 1/2” sensor is a unique outdoor IR PTZ camera with power IR LEDs that reaches up to 300m and 36X optical zoom.

In addition, FlexWATCH has many high-end IP cameras that are good for the system integration market, which always has a variety of different demands. Examples are the 3M long-range IR bullet with 5.0~50.0mm motorized auto-focus 10X optical zoom, the 2M 1/1.9” low light IR bullet camera featuring DIS (digital image stabilizer), de-fog and 120dB WDR, and the 5M 1/1.8” low light sensitivity IR bullet camera with a 4.4~10.0mm motorized auto-focus zoom lens.

About Seyeon Tech Co. Ltd.

Seyeon Tech Co. Ltd. (FlexWATCH) is one of the leading companies for IP video surveillance in Korea. The company has been dedicated to IP video surveillance for 19 years, since its founding in 1997. The company's strong R&D force has been driving the evolution of IP video surveillance camera development since it released the first JPEC video encoder into the market in 1998.