July 18, 2022 – Hikvision introduces its new range of security cameras – the PT-Series – designed for SMB users with easy installation and flexible camera viewing angles while applying other well-known Hikvision technologies for excellent imaging.
Reliable PT Capabilities
With these new PT Cameras, Hikvision now offers SMB customers high-quality installations requiring fewer cameras while providing more flexibility and durability. The PT Cameras' ability to pan and tilt makes this possible – rotating freely at the control of users, covering areas where previously several fixed cameras would be deployed across multiple points. The PT-Series meets users' needs to capture full scenes by adjusting the angle, and reduce the hassle of switching among fixed fields of view. Additionally, with motorized panning and tilting functions, the PT-Series Cameras can help users check any specific point of concern at will. What's more, seamless connection with Hikvision's Hik-Connect app enables easy remote control and viewing with a smart phone wherever users are located.
With Hikvision's new cameras, SMB users can now enjoy many of the advanced features enjoyed by users of the well-known PTZ cameras in enterprises and public organizations, along with much of the flexibility and convenience.
Great value to installers
Unlike the installation of conventional fixed cameras, which require the camera angle to be carefully adjusted, and equipment like ladders are needed to change the angle of view whenever necessary, Hikvision's PT-Series Cameras simplify the installation process and improve work efficiency for installers. The PT cameras features an all-in-one bracket that allows installers to install the camera just by securing it to the desired location. Then the camera angle can be adjusted remotely at any time and from anywhere.
Hikvision's PT product family
Hikvision's PT product family consists of IP and analog cameras of various form factors with discrete and compact design. They are ideal for retail stores, moderate outdoor areas, small factories, single-family homes, and more. Specifically, form factors include: