Mobotix D25

Mobotix D25 Camera from Virtual Police

Fits In. Watches Out.

Elegance and discreetness based on cutting-edge technology: Up to 30 HiRes images per second and excellent image quality even under poor illumination. The MOBOTIX D25 is perfectly suited for any task. Exchangeable lenses and various mounting and configuration options, including Vandalism Set, support countless applications.

MonoDome D25

  • Elegant dome camera with exchangeable lenses from telephoto to wide-angle lens
  • Numerous installation options both outdoors or indoors
  • 6MP Moonlight Technology for detailed images and smooth video streams even in dark surroundings
  • Integrated DVR for long-term recording without network load
  • Robust, low-maintenance and weatherproof device with no moving parts (IP65)
  • Digital continuous pan, tilt and zoom function
  • Intelligent movement sensors (MxActivitySensor)
  • Can be expanded into an intercom using the MOBOTIX ExtIO module.


MxAnalytics (available for free with camera firmware MX-V4.3.2.x or higher) makes it possible to collect statistical behavior data on people and objects. This is done by defining recognition zones (full live feed or a partial area) and counting corridors. The camera then records how often each counting corridor is crossed within a specified period. The most frequented areas in the recognition zone are highlighted in color as a heat map.

MxAnalytics can be activated and deactivated manually, based on a signal, or following a time table. The results are saved in the camera every 15 minutes and can be exported manually or at specified times (report profiles). Only around 30 MB per day or 1 GB per month of the camera’s internal memory are required for continuous analysis.

Visualize Highly Frequented Areas (Heat Maps)

MxAnalytics Heat Map

Which shelves in the shop are attracting the most customers this Saturday? Which paintings by the new artist hold the attention of the visitors most? Which waiting areas in the departure hall are preferred in the afternoon? All movements of objects of a particular size are recorded and evaluated, either in the live image or in a previously defined detection area, to provide answers to questions like these. The frequency of the movements is shown visually by means of different colors in a heat map.

Count People And Objects (Counting Corridors)

MxAnalytics Counting Corridors

You can define counting corridors in appropriate locations in the camera feed to find out, for example, how many people walk in and out of each entrance of a shop over the course of a week (the system always generates two counts). The camera records how often each counting corridor is crossed within a specified period. The reliability of the count depends (a) on the similarity of the sizes and shapes of the persons or objects in the image, (b) on the distance between these (in terms or time or spatial distance), (c) on how effectively they can be visually distinguished from the underlying back-ground, and (d) how close the counting corridor is to the center of the image (camera focus).

Tips & Tricks for optimized analysis results are provided in the Compact Guide “MxAnalytics”


Unique Motion Detection in the camera


The MxActivitySensor is an activity-controlled, software-based image analysis function for detecting movement of people and objects in a monitored area (full image or section). Unlike existing video motion sensors, which detect all events in the defined motion windows, the MxActivitySensor is very easy to configure and delivers reliable results, even in applications with large amounts of external interference. For example, the camera now distinguishes between movements of vehicles, people or objects that trigger an alarm and movements that are not relevant for alarms, such as shadows, changes in illumination, trees swaying in the wind or rain directly at the lens.

What Is Detected?
The sensor detects objects or people that cross the defined monitored area or move toward or away from the camera.

The snowfall here will not trigger a movement alarm; yet, the person moving from right to left in the background will be detected.


Technical Specifications MonoDome D25
Models Basic, IT, IT-Night, Sec, Sec-Night
Lenses L25 … L160 > Lens options
Sensitivity Color: 0.25 lux (t=1/60 s), 0.013 lux (t=1/1 s)
B/W: 0.05 lux (t=1/60 s), 0.0025 lux (t=1/1 s)
MxLEO – Lowlight Exposure Optimization
Sensors 1/2.5″ CMOS, 5 Megapixel, progressive scan
Max. image size Color + B/W:
2048 x 1536 (QXGA)
Image format 2048 x 1536, 1920 x 1080, 1280 x 960, 1280 x 720, 1024 x 768, 800 x 600, 768 x 576 (D1), 704 x 576 (TV-PAL), 640 x 480, 384 x 288, 352 x 288, 320 x 240, 160 x 120
Free image format selection, e.g. 1000 x 200 for Skyline
Max. frame rate (M-JPEG)
VGA: 30 fps, MEGA/HD: 10 fps, QXGA: 4 fps
Max. Video stream (MxPEG)
VGA: 30 fps, MEGA/HD: 30 fps, QXGA: 20 fps
Image compression MxPEG, M-JPEG, JPG, H.264 (SIP Video only)
Internal DVR MicroSD slot (camera internal video recording up to 64 GB; 4 GB card pre-installed)
External storage Directly on NAS and PC/Server without additional recording software
Software (free of charge) Video-Management-Software MxEasy,
Control room software MxControlCenter, MOBOTIX App for iOS devices from iOS 5.0
Image processing Backlight compensation, automatic white balance, image
distortion correction, motion detection, MxActivitySensor
Virtual PTZ Digital Pan/Tilt/Zoom, continuous 8x zoom, full image recording in the background
Alarm/Events Triggering of events by integrated multiple-window motion detection, external signal,
temperature sensor, notification over email, FTP, IP-Telephony (VoIP, SIP), visual/acoustic alarm Pre- and post-alarm images
Audio Optional via ExtIO: lip-synchronous audio, two-way speaker, audio recording
Interfaces Ethernet 10/100, IPv4/IPv6, MiniUSB, MxBus, IO and RS232 via MX-232-IO-Box (accessory)
Video phone telephony VoIP, SIP, two-way speaker, remote control via DTMF signaling, event notification
Security User-/Group management, HTTPS/SSL, IP address filter, IEEE 802.1x, Intrusion Detection, digital image signature
Certificates EMV (EN50121-4, EN55022, EN55024, EN61000-6-2, FCC part15B, AS/NZS3548)
Power supply Power over Ethernet (PoE acc. IEEE 802.3af), PoE class variable (2/3) according to operating mode; power consumption typ. 4.5 W
Operating conditions IP65 (DIN EN 60529), -30° bis +50 °C (-22°F to +122°F)
Dimensions Ø x H: 16 x 8.6 cm
Weight approx. 350 g