AXIS F Series
- Flexible, rugged, discreet design
- 1-channel and 4-channel main units
- Choice of indoor, outdoor, standard, varifocal, pinhole, fisheye and dome sensor units
- Wide Dynamic Range and Axis’ Zipstream technology
- Two-way audio, input/output ports
- Local storage, PoE, 8-28 V DC
Discreet cameras for wide application
AXIS F Series offers flexible, high-performance HDTV cameras for extremely discreet indoor, outdoor and in-vehicle surveillance applications. They are ideal for ATMs (automated teller machines), banks, stores, hotels, as well as rugged environments such as emergency vehicles, buses, trams and trucks.
AXIS F Series is based on a divided network camera concept, where the camera is split into a sensor unit—made up of a lens and image sensor with a cable—and a main unit, which is the body of a camera. The divided concept enables flexibility in the choice of hardware, as well as in the installation. The small sensor unit can be installed discreetly in tight places, while the long cable from the sensor unit to the main unit provides the flexibility to place the main unit where there is space. The main or sensor unit can be easily relocated or changed after the initial installation, giving users additional flexibility.
A complete solution in one box
AXIS F34 Surveillance System is a highly discreet four-camera surveillance system that is ideal for small stores and offices. The solution comes with the necessary hardware and software for a complete remote video monitoring and management system.
AXIS F Series comprises one-channel AXIS F41 Main Unit, four-channel AXIS F34 and AXIS F44 Main Units, and AXIS F Sensor Units with different lens types, form factors and price points. The series also includes AXIS F34 Surveillance System, a complete hardware and software solution aimed at small stores and offices.
With the exception of AXIS F34 Surveillance System, AXIS F main units and sensor units are sold separately to give customers the ability to put together the hardware features that best suit the application.
The main unit houses the processor, network, power and other connections. It determines, among other things, the video streaming performance, the image settings available (such as wide dynamic range), and analytics.
One-channel and four-channel main units are available. When there are up to four closely situated surveillance areas to be covered, the four-channel main units are cost-effective solutions as they can stream videos from four sensor units simultaneously.