Planning Out IR For Monitoring Carparks?

John

I am considering a project where it is necessary to monitor fenced carparks at multiple locations in near total darkness because visible illumination is not desired for long periods when the premises are vacated.

After looking at your review of Axis VMD2.1, I feel we could have an option without the...

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