Ranjangaon, India’s Mahaganapati temple, which was built somewhere in the 9th or 10th century, is an oft-visited, historical public venue which requires a certain level of protection and security. With this in mind, the Temple Trust decided to have a network camera solution installed to monitor and secure the area.
The system employed at the temple consists of Dahua 3 MPixel full HD network cameras and a Dahua 16 channel network video recorder (NVR3216). Dahua’s 3 MPixel cameras feature a 1/2.8” Sony Exmor CMOS image sensor, a maximum frame rate of 30 fps at 1080p, 8-19 mm lens, infrared LEDs, auto iris, and IP66 protective housing. The cameras also feature H.264 / MJPEG and dual-stream encoding and Power over Ethernet interface.
NVR3216 recorders from Dahua feature 4, 8, or 17 channels with 1080p real time live view, H.264/MJPEG dual codec decoding, 120 fps at 1080p, 240 fps at 720p, HDMI/VGA simultaneous video output, and support for multiple brands of cameras.
In addition, the temple runs Dahua Pro Surveillance System (PSS) software to enable live monitoring, playback, recording management, alarm center, and e-Map functions. PSS supports DVRs, video servers, IP cameras, and decoders. It also supports device management and configuration, and serves generally as the central monitoring system for the temple’s surveillance setup.
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