Geovision GV-LPC2011 2MP License Plate Recognition Bullet IP Security Camera 84-LPC2011-0010 - Maximum Speed 37mph

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SKU:
GV-LPC2011
UPC:
07608537781107
Maximum Purchase:
1000 units
  • Geovision GV-LPC2011 2MP License Plate Recognition Bullet IP Security Camera 84-LPC2011-0010 - Maximum Speed 37mph
  • Geovision GV-LPC2011
  • Geovision GV-LPC2011 2MP License Plate Recognition Bullet IP Security Camera 84-LPC2011-0010 - Maximum Speed 37mph
  • Geovision GV-LPC2011 2MP License Plate Recognition Bullet IP Security Camera 84-LPC2011-0010 - Maximum Speed 37mph
  • Geovision GV-LPC2011 2MP License Plate Recognition Bullet IP Security Camera 84-LPC2011-0010 - Maximum Speed 37mph
  • Geovision GV-LPC2011 2MP License Plate Recognition Bullet IP Security Camera 84-LPC2011-0010 - Maximum Speed 37mph
  • Geovision GV-LPC2011 2MP License Plate Recognition Bullet IP Security Camera 84-LPC2011-0010 - Maximum Speed 37mph
  • Geovision GV-LPC2011 2MP License Plate Recognition Bullet IP Security Camera 84-LPC2011-0010 - Maximum Speed 37mph
MSRP: $524.00
Price $402.50
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Description

Geovision GV-LPC2011 2MP License Plate Recognition Bullet IP Security Camera 84-LPC2011-0010

GV-LPC2011 is a 2 MP color network camera designed for recognition of reflective license plates on vehicles traveling up at 60 km/h (37 mph) or less with extreme temperatures (-30°C ~ 50°C / -22°F ~ 122°F) resistance. It is weather proof (IP67). Equipped with a Super Low Lux CMOS image sensor, the camera is capable of displaying a color live view at near darkness. Its multiple LEDs and build-in intelligent IR provide clear license plate for two lanes under low-light conditions at a maximum IR distance of 9 m (29.6 ft). The motorized varifocal lens take the advantage of its motorized focus / zoom in that the user can remotely adjust the focus and zoom through the Web interface. This ONVIF compatible camera also allows automatic and precise control of exposure using its P-iris, producing images with better clarity and contrast.

Key features:

  • 1/2.8" color progressive scan super low lux CMOS
  • Motorized varifocal lens for remote focus / zoom adjustment
  • Dual streams from MJPEG or H.264
  • Up to 30 fps at 1920 x 1080
  • Maximum Speed 60 km/h (37 mph)
  • Recognition for reflective License Plate only
  • Intelligent IR up to 30ft
  • Day and Night function (with removable IR-cut filter)
  • Megapixel lens
  • P-iris lens for auto iris control
  • Maximum IR distance 9 m (29.6 ft)
  • Vandal resistance (IK10 for metal casing)
  • Ingress protection (IP67)
  • DC 12V / PoE (IEEE 802.3af)
  • Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
  • 3D noise deduction
  • Defog, Motion detection, Privacy Mask, Text Overlay, Tampering Alarm, IP address filtering
  • Supports iPhone, iPad, Android & 3GPP
  • ONVIF (Profile S) conformant
  • 30 languages on Web interface
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Warranty Information

2-year Manufacturer Warranty
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Additional Information

Specialized Camera Feature:
License Plate Recognition (LPR)
Manufacturer:
Geovision
Color:
White
Camera Style:
Bullet
Sensor Type:
CMOS
Lens Size:
3~9mm
Sensor Size:
1/2.8"
Weatherproof:
Yes
Key Features:
License Plate Capture
Vandal Proof:
Yes
Environmental:
Outdoor
Product Type:
Cameras
Lens Type:
Motorized (Automatic Zoom) Lens
Max. FPS and Resolution:
30fps at 1080P
Resolution:
2MP
Technology:
Network (IP)
Compression:
MJPEG
Warranty:
2-year Manufacturer Warranty
Compression:
H.264
Night Vision Range (ft):
30ft
Discontinued:
no
LPC2011 Datasheet:
GV-LPR_Camera_Installation_Guide(LPR-QG-D):
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2 Reviews

  • 5
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    Posted by Sam Gunter on Nov 15th 2017

    The camera performs what it’s designed for but isn’t so impressive. Overall the performance of the camera is ok. The features of the camera to resist climate and tamper are its saving grace. There is however another reason the camera is somewhat good. It is easy to find a replacement or a similar model. It should be apparent that a camera that comes with thirty languages on its web interface must sell. The zoom and focus adjustment at least provide a smooth transition without losing track of the plate. The maximum speed it can catch is perfect for installation at or near entry/exit points.

  • 5
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    Posted by Philip G. on Nov 3rd 2017

    All day shifts are easy to handle with this camera. Where I work the entry way to the office is far from the road. We use the camera to identify employee vehicles and separate them from visitor vehicles before they approach the gate. The camera does a very good of keeping up with the cars but they do usually travel around 25 miles per hour. The picture quality is clear enough to read number plates that are chipped, dirty or bent without having to squint while looking at the screen. There is no noticeable bandwidth consumption caused by the camera but they are positioned very close to routers which can be a cause. The cameras face no difficulty reading plates at night but were installed by a security firm so maybe the height they are placed at can be adding to its quality.

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