The AXIS 225FD Fixed Dome Network Camera is a high-performance camera for professional surveillance and remote monitoring. Its discreet, vandal-resistant and outdoor-proof design provides maximum protection in tough environmental conditions. The built-in heater and fan protect against low temperatures and help prevent the glass from misting over. Supported by the industry’s largest base of video management software, the AXIS 225FD provides the perfect solution for securing schools, railway stations, car park buildings and other facilities over the local area network or across the Internet.
The compact and cost-efficient design enables easy and flexible installation with tamper-proof mounting on wall or ceiling. It allows for versatile adjustment by panning, tilting and rotating the varifocal lens to any camera angle desired.
The built-in Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af) support enables power to the camera to be delivered via the network, eliminating the need for a power outlet and reducing installation costs. In addition, the consolidation of power gives higher reliability if connected to a central Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS). The AXIS 225FD also offers a comprehensive set of network security features such as multi-level password protection, IP address filtering and HTTPS encryption.
The AXIS 225FD features an automatically removable infrared cut filter, which enables color video in high and low light conditions as well as IR sensitive black/white video at night. Thanks to the high-quality lens, progressive scan CCD sensor and advanced image processing, this camera delivers crisp, clear images even of objects moving at high speed in the dark.
Vandal-resistant, outdoor-proof design for maximum protection
Superior image quality with progressive scan and Day/Night function
Power over Ethernet for reduced cabling and consolidated power
Simultaneous Motion JPEG and MPEG-4 for optimized quality and bandwidth
Up to 30 frames per second in VGA 640x480 resolution
Multi-window motion detection with alarm image buffering