“Bosch has completed required factory testing at Lenel to validate the interface of the company’s latest IP cameras to OnGuard and the Lenel NVR,” said Gidon Lissai, Director of Strategic Alliances, Lenel. “This certification enables customers to seamlessly integrate the detailed video streams from Bosch devices with our systems, improving the level of overall facility control. We look forward to their continued involvement in the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program.”You can choose from a variety of our fixed and PTZ IP cameras tested for certification. Fixed camera models include the popular 720p or 1080p HD DINION and FLEXIDOME cameras, the DINION IP Infrared Imager, as well as the IP 200 family cameras. Moving cameras include AUTODOME PTZ IP cameras, the MIC Series 550 with IP Power Supply, and more.
“There’s now a broader range of Bosch cameras that integrate with the offerings from Lenel—from cameras designed for well-lit indoor areas to those that deliver excellent imaging in a range of lighting and environmental conditions, outdoors or in,” said Brad Eck, Integration Manager, North America, Bosch Security Systems. “This makes it easier for integrators to install cameras that deliver the best image quality for each application, and end users benefit from better visual information about the circumstances surrounding events or alarms in the OnGuard system.”The integration of our IP cameras with OnGuard and the Lenel NVR enables verification of system events and alarms by viewing video from our devices directly in the OnGuard user interface. With the ability to see the source of an alarm using nearby cameras, security personnel gain the information they need to respond more accurately.
The integration also allows operation of PTZ functions of our cameras and the receipt of motion, temperature sensor, and other video alarms in the OnGuard system.
For more information on the products certified for OnGuard and the Lenel NVR, visit our Integration Partner Program web portal at ipp.boschsecurity.com