AXIS Q86 PTZ Head Network Camera Series

Unobstructed views with great detail

  • Continuous pan rotation, 360° endless
  • Tilt: +90° to -40°
  • Preset accuracy of 0.02°
  • 360° obstruction-free field of view
  • -40 °C to 55 °C  (-40 °F to 131 °F)
  • Outdoor ready 

 

Flexibility and quick movements

AXIS Q86 Network Camera Series comprises indoor and outdoor-ready high-speed pan-tilt (PT) head network cameras that offer continuous pan rotation in 360° endless and tilt from +90° to -40°, enabling wide area coverage. The series offers 4 models: two visual cameras, AXIS Q8665‑E and AXIS Q8665‑LE, and two thermal cameras, AXIS Q8631‑E and AXIS Q8632‑E.

360° obtrusive free

AXIS Q86 PT Head Network Camera Series can be mounted on top of columns, enabling 360° field of view without anything interfering the line of sight. The pan functionality is quick as well as the tilt, making the guard tour capability a reliable surveillance aid to operator that need to monitor a vast area.

Outdoor ready

AXIS Q86 Series is made with material that are certified for IP66 and NEMA 4 ratings.  Furthermore, the cameras operate in temperatures from -40 ºC to 55 ºC (-40 ºF to 131 ºF). An optional accessory, AXIS Washer Kit A, can spray cleaner fluid to maintain the window in a neat condition even after, i.e a storm.


AXIS Q8632-E

AXIS Q8641-E

AXIS Q8642-E

AXIS Q8665-E
Max video resolution 800x600 384x288 640x480 1920x1080
HDTV resolution 1080p
Image sensor Uncooled Micro bolometer Uncooled microbolometer Uncooled microbolometer CMOS
Min illumination/ light sensitivity (Color) 0.5 lux
Removable IR cut filter
Optical zoom 18
Pan range +/-180 endless 360 endless 360 endless +/-180 endless
Tilt range +90 to -40 –90 to 45 –90 to 45 -90 to 40
Zipstream
Image stabilization
synShockDetection

AXIS Q8665-LE
Max video resolution 1920x1080
HDTV resolution 1080p
Image sensor CMOS
Min illumination/ light sensitivity (Color) 0.5 lux
Removable IR cut filter
Optical zoom 18
Pan range +/-180 endless
Tilt range -90 to 40
Zipstream
Image stabilization
synShockDetection