Bosch MIC 7000 cameras are engineered to work perfectly in the most extreme environments. Their rugged metal bodies can withstand high-impact (IK10 rating) and continuous low-frequency vibration (IEC 60068 rating). The MIC IP 7000 family meets everything nature can throw at it, such as temperatures as low as -40˚C (-40° Fahrenheit), or as high as +60˚C +140° Fahrenheit), severe winds, rain, snow and 100% humidity.
The superior metallurgy and finish of the MIC IP 7000 HD cameras provide unprecedented protection against corrosion. Its integrated silicone wiper and washer keeps the glass clean, and the window-defrosting function ensures that the camera captures the highest quality images even in icy and rainy conditions. In addition to challenging locations, like wind parks at sea and oil rigs, its robust design makes the MIC IP 7000 HD family ideal for city surveillance, traffic monitoring, transportation, plus energy and utility facilities.
Perfect exposure, every time
In extreme low light, or scenes with fast moving objects, the MIC IP starlight 7000 HD with 720p resolution delivers video images where other cameras fail, even down to 0.01 lux. It also provides clear color images down to 0.05 lux – when other cameras have long switched to monochrome. With its wide dynamic range and intelligent backlight compensation technology, the MIC IP dynamic 7000 HD provides full HD1080p resolution to ensure that objects of interest are enhanced and can be easily identified in scenes with contrasting bright and dark areas.
Both cameras also feature intelligent Defog technology to dynamically adjust camera contrast settings and deliver the highest quality video images in scenes affected by fog, smog, mist, or other low contrast factors.
When light levels drop to zero, the optional MIC illuminator ensures that persons and other objects of interest are still detected. This feature uses infrared and white light LEDs, which can be selected with a single operator click. Even in complete darkness objects can be detected up to 175 meters (574 feet) away.