Immediate availability – from the affordable 5000 E-series to the AI-enabled Domera 6400 and 6800

October 25, 2022

Dallmeier electronic, a leading manufacturer of video security technology, announces that its complete Domera product family of single-sensor cameras is available without any delivery problems. All seven product groups of the Domera family can be ordered immediately and are usually delivered within a few days.

With waiting times of up to nine months, the lack of delivery capacity, especially for single sensor cameras, is currently causing major problems for many channel partners and installers. In contrast, the recently introduced Domera® product family from the German manufacturer Dallmeier is not affected by any delivery delays.

The complete price range and up to 300 model variants 

The total of six Domera® dome camera model groups as well as the fisheye system meet the requirements of over 90% of all conceivable application scenarios for single sensor video cameras thanks to the innovative, modular product concept and design. Classic box cameras are also replaced by dome housings, with many advantages, right up to the successful spider repellent effect of the design. From the low-cost 5000 E-series up to the 6400 and 6800 top models, the Domera® camera family covers the complete price range of high-quality B2B video technology.

Low total cost of ownership precisely because of “Made in Germany”

Due to special features such as the remotely controllable three-axis adjustment “Dallmeier Remote Positioning Dome (RPoD)” or the mounting philosophy that requires just one Allen key size, installers save enormous costs during implementation, commissioning and maintenance. The high manufacturing quality ensures long product life cycles and low maintenance, 100% development and manufacturing depth “Made in Germany” ensure the highest standards in cyber security, data protection and ethical responsibility.

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