Radar Detection provides important information about detected objects' exact position, speed and direction, which video cameras tend to miss.
To detect an object's movement, radar uses electromagnetic waves and therefore aren't sensitive to objects that normally trigger false alarms. Some examples would be things like moving shadows or light beams, small animals, raindrops or insects, wind, and bad weather. Radar is accurate 24-hours a day. So false alarms are less likely to distract your staff from real threats – and cost you money. A motion detector based on radar is the perfect complement to your Axis video surveillance system. In addition to triggering an alarm when it detects an intruder, it can also trigger recording for visual verification.
AXIS D2050-VE detects movement and nothing but movement, 24 hours a day. It’s not sensitive to things that often trigger false alarms. Like moving shadows or light beams, small animals, raindrops or insects, wind, and bad weather. With 120-degree horizontal coverage and up to a 50-meter (164 feet) range, it also delivers the angle of movement, size, and speed of moving objects. Plus, it provides exact positions, allowing you to filter on distance. So the information you get isn’t just accurate, there’s also more of it. AXIS D2050-VE is also robust. It features vandal protection, and it’s made to withstand outdoor environments from -40°C to 60°C (-40°F to 140°F).