High-performance IR illuminators with ease of installation
High and efficient IR LED performance
Choice of AC/DC or PoE power input
Flexible angle of infrared illumination
Easy setup by remote control
Various mounting options
Optimized to match your camera’s field of view
Based on the latest LED technology, the new generation of Axis IR Illuminators delivers more light where it is needed. They generate longer infrared illumination distances, minimize light wastage, and prevent overexposure of foreground objects. With interchangeable lenses, the angle of infrared illumination can be optimized to match your network camera's field of view. All illuminators emit 10° diverging light without a diverging lens. AXIS T90D IR Illuminators are delivered with a pre-mounted 35° diverging lens. Included with each illuminator, come a 60° and a 80° diverging lens to achieve different illumination angles and distances. An optional 120º diverging lens is available for all models of AXIS T90D IR Illuminators.
Installation made easy and flexible
AXIS T90D Illuminators come with a DC or PoE power input, for installation with PoE midspans or PoE switches. All AXIS T90D Illuminators feature a built-in light sensor - sensitive to the amount of light outside - to turn automatically ON/OFF the illuminator. Thanks to integrated green features, such as power adjust and telemetry control (available on the DC models only), Axis illuminators enhance the potential for energy savings.
With our PoE models installation is made even easier, please note, if there is the need to control when the illuminator is activated/disabled, the DC models are recommended, as the PoE models do not feature an IP web interface. To control when activate or disable the PoE illuminator, the latter can be connected to any Axis switch. Then, through a VAPIX command to the switch, the network camera can turn ON/OFF the illuminator.
Fine tuning from ground level
An optional AXIS T90B Remote Control provides the ability to set-up the illuminator quickly, safely and from ground level.
Low-light surveillance - 24 hours/day: where light conditions are less than optimal.
Discreet surveillance: where the use of artificial light is restricted.