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AXIS P1280-E Thermal Network Camera

AXIS P1280-E Thermal Network Camera

Regular price $499.00
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Discreet, thermal detection both indoor and outdoor.
  • Reliable and budget-friendly detection
  • Thermal technology for low rate of false alarm
  • Built-in analytics
  • Two variants with a choice of lenses
  • Outdoor-ready, discreet sensor unit

AXIS P1280-E Thermal Network Camera is a modular thermal camera based on a small-sized main unit (AXIS P12 Thermal) and an outdoor ready thermal sensor unit with a 12 m/ 39.4ft cable. The camera provides 208×156 resolution, a 4 mm lens with 35.4° horizontal FOV. It supports multiple streams in H.264 and Motion JPEG, Axis’ Zipstream technology for lower bandwidth and storage needs, edge storage using microSD card and built-in analytics with support for AXIS Camera Application Platform, which enables the usage of a broad range of third-party applications. The flexible form factor allows it to be placed in locations with limited space and a wide range of mounting accessories enables wall, ceiling and recessed installations. The main unit is powered with PoE. The sensor unit has 12 m/39.4 ft cable.

AXIS P1280-E delivers all the benefits of thermal detection at a price that’s within reach. Thanks to built-in analytics – or advanced analytics from our partners or Axis – it reliably detects people, vehicles and objects regardless of light conditions or attempts at camouflage. It can be used as a cost-effective detector with visual confirmation for safety of both people and property in numerous environments. It also helps to decrease false alarms. 

Where privacy is paramount

Ideal for schools and care homes, AXIS P1280-E can be used as a sensor to avoid compromising privacy. That’s because thermal imaging detects incidents without revealing personal details of the people in the image. Together with analytics, the thermal camera can trigger alerts or alarms in response to patient or resident falls, allowing staff to take immediate action. It can also be used inside and outside buildings to identify unauthorized access before, during, or after certain hours.

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