Synology BC500 and TC500 AI Cameras Now Available

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Synology BC500 and TC500 AI Cameras Now Available

Synology has released the BC500 and TC500, two flexible all-weather bullet and turret cameras for intelligent surveillance. The Synology BC500 and TC500 have advanced AI capabilities, outstanding video quality, and simple Surveillance Station integration.

Synology BC500 and TC500 AI Cameras Now Available
Synology BC500 and TC500 AI Cameras Now Available

According to Lori Hsieh, Product Manager for Synology Cameras, the Synology BC500 and Synology TC500 are excellent IP cameras for any enterprise or organization. "Using these cameras in conjunction with Synology Surveillance Station provides an unparalleled user experience." Customers have access to advanced capabilities, guaranteeing that their security needs are always met, from implementation through monitoring and archiving of film.

Day and night, all-weather IP cameras deliver crisp video.

The BC500 and TC500's 5-megapixel sensors give a 110° horizontal viewing angle, 2880x1620 resolution, 30 frames per second (FPS), and smooth, clear video with extensive coverage. Because of their IP67 dust and water resistance rating, 30-meter night vision range, and multi-exposure HDR feature, both cameras are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. They allow users to monitor halls and corridors, large open spaces such as parking lots and warehouses, and varied environments such as museums at any time of day.

Smart camera surveillance powered by AI

The BC500 and TC500, with their powerful on-camera AI capabilities, enable faster incident response by providing users with instant and precise alerts. Thanks to capabilities like People and Vehicle Detection, Intrusion Detection, and Instant Search, users may more effectively identify potential threats, quickly explore areas of interest, and discover and retrieve relevant footage.

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Because it is designed for surveillance stations, no device licenses are required.

The Surveillance Station, as well as the BC500 and TC500, are designed to work seamlessly together. In the Synology NAS-hosted environment, you can manage every camera setting and network configuration directly. Furthermore, Synology cameras do not need to be acquired or activated as Surveillance Station device licenses, which simplifies setup, streamlines migration, and lowers implementation costs.

A reliable and secure surveillance method

Synology's latest cameras have failover edge storage, which enables continuous recording in the event of connectivity issues. Administrators may quickly update the firmware on these cameras to the latest security fixes, and HTTPS and SRTP capabilities enhance security and privacy by encrypting the video and data streams.

The NDAA and TAA are both met by the BC500 and TC500.

Because they are NDAA and TAA compliant, the BC500 and TC500 are safe choices for security system integrators and surveillance installers. This means they meet the criteria and security requirements for acquisition by the US federal government.

These are the new Synology BC500 and TC500 cameras in a nutshell:

  • Individuals, vehicles, and intrusions can all be detected using onboard AI.
  • Instant Search speeds up the search for notable occurrences.
  • 5 MP at 30 FPS
  • Up to 1080p at 15 FPS
  • Wide horizontal viewing angle of 110-degree
  • IK10 impact resistance rating (TC500)
  • Plans for automated firmware updates
  • Directly configuring cameras in the surveillance station
  • No need to purchase or activate a device license
  • 3-year hardware warranty
  • NDAA and TAA compliant in the United States.

Pricing and Availability

The Synology BC500 is now available in a few locations. The TC500 will be available beginning in April 2023. Launch dates vary per region. For additional information, go to

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