Panasonic AW-HEA10

Panasonic AW-HEA10 W/K

Easy Camera PTZ Control from iPad

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 Panasonic AW-HEA10W/K Easy Camera PTZ Control from iPad

Panasonic AW-HEA10
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The Panasonic AW-HEA10 W/K Control Assist Camera supports flexible and intuitive operation of a HD Integrated Camera*1 by allowing wireless control from an iPad*2. PTZ control is possible with just a single tap on the panoramic view of the scene. Allows up to 100 sets*3 of cameras to be registered in a single iPad and the camera can be switched during the operation.
Ultra wide angle full HD live images to assist control
A 1/4.37 type (effective size) 3.91 megapixel MOS sensor and a single-focus 95° horizontal ultra wide angle lens enable wide and clear overview shots to assist control of HD Integrated Cameras.

Easy operation by the free "PTZ Cntrl" app for iPad
App StoreDownload the free "PTZ Cntrl" app for iPad and install it to enable wireless control of the camera from the iPad. Operations can be made by touching the screen of the overall image from the Control Assist Camera and an image from an HD Integrated Camera.

Flexible setup and two color variations to choose from
Cameras can be set up suspended from the ceiling or standing, depending on the operating environment. The camera angle is manually adjustable with a pan range of ±30° and a tilt range of ±45°. Two color variations are also available: white and black. Select the setup type and color according to the intended application and environment.

PoE*5 support for less cabling and reduced installation cost
Connection to network devices supporting PoE (IEEE 802.3af compliant) allows power to be supplied via an Ethernet cable. This eliminates the need for power supply construction and laying power cable, allowing for fewer cords when installing and reduced installation expenses.

*5: Abbreviation of Power over Ethernet

HDMI output
The HDMI output allows you to use the video captured by the Control Assist Camera by outputting to devices equipped with HDMI. Multiple formats*6 are supported (1080/59.94p, 1080/50p, 1080/59.94i, 1080/50i, 720/59.94p, 720/50p, 480/59.94p, and 576/50p signals).

*6: Output to iPad is 640 × 360 or 320 × 180.
Power requirements 5.0 V DC/0.86 A (When using AC adaptor)
44-57 V DC/0.14 A (PoE power supply)
Ambient operating temperature 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Allowable humidity ranges 10 % to 80 % (no condensation)
Unit Weight  Approx. 0.9 kg (1.98 lb) (excluding mounting brackets)
Dimensions (W x H x D) 183 mm x 65 mm x 225 mm
(7-3/16 inches x 2-9/16 inches x 8-7/8 inches)
Camera unit
Imaging sensors 1/2.33-inch MOS solid-state image sensor
(Effective size of image sensor: 1/4.37-inch)
Total pixels: Approx. 15.3 million
Effective pixels
Video: Approx. 3.91 million (16:9)
Lens F2.0 (f = 2.15 mm)
35 mm equivalent; Approx. 18.0 mm (16:9)
Field of view: 95° (horizontal), 56° (Vertical) [When zoom is 1x]
Shutter speed 1/60 to 1/12000
White balance ATW, Sunny, Cloudy, Indoor1, Indoor2, AWB A, AWB B
Standard illumination 1,400 lx
Minimum illumination Approx. 20 lx (1/60 in auto mode)
Input/Output Connector
HDMI HDCP is not supported
Viera Link is not supported
Network 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX,
RJ-45 connector, Automatic recognition of straight/crossover cable
USB Mini-B port: Used for maintenance
SD Memory Card microSD card slot: Used for maintenance
PTZ Compatible devices and Operating System
Devices iPad
OS iOS 8.1
Standard Accessories
Accessories Mounting bracket A (for mounting this unit): 1,
Mounting bracket B (for securing this unit, for AW-HE130): 2,
Mounting bracket C (for AW-HE40 Series): 1,
Drop-prevention wire: 1,
Drop prevention wire mounting screw M4 x 8 mm, Bracket mounting screws B M3 x 6 mm: 4,
AC adaptor: 1,
Power cable:1
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