Hitachi security solutions are a vast collection of advanced security and surveillance cameras that use high speed computation technology and provide clear visibility in low light conditions. Our security and surveillance cameras are designed to deliver superior picture quality, night vision capabilities, which excel in urban monitoring situations, such as traffic monitoring, station platforms, and busy commercial streets, where lighting condition change throughout the day.
Browse through the security and surveillance systems listed below to learn more about Hitachi’s expertise in security solutions.
Hitachi provides a vast range of Full HD and HD camera blocks supporting features such as Optical Zoom up to 36X, Image Sensor with Progressive Scan, and Hitachi's proprietary high definition digital signal processor (HD-DSP) that achieves a minimum sensitivity of 1.6lx. Our full HD and HD camera blocks provide frame noise reduction, white spot reduction, digital slow shutter and advanced removable IR cut filter which captures high-contrast black and white images.
For more information, visit HD Camera Blocks .
Experience exceptional image quality, wide dynamic range, progressive scanning, and electronic image stabilization with Hitachi high performance digital surveillance SD cameras. These cameras are equipped with advanced digital signal processing (DSP) technology which ensures outstanding color reproduction and low light performance. These cameras capture intricate details such as facial features, clothing, and automobile colors that can serve as vital evidence.
Find out more about SD Camera Blocks .
Hitachi provides a wide range of cable lengths to support its analog and HD camera blocks. These cables come with Molex flat flex and/or micro-coax connectors that can withstand harsh environment.
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The Hitachi 3D-LiDAR (ToF) Sensor can be utilized in multiple scenarios such as retail, care facilities and manufacturing plants to calculate movement and provide data in real time using infrared beam technology. The measurement is based on the time it takes light to travel to the object and back to the sensor, the “time of flight” (ToF).
Learn more about 3D-LiDAR.