Fixed Lens Dome

Adjustable Lens Dome
February 16, 2017

2.0 megapixel high resolution

HD real-time video

IR LEDs

3D DNR & DWDR & BLC

IP66 rating

IR range: up to 100 ft

Night / Day auto switch

 

At 1080P and 30 FPS, this camera should use 5Mbps of the NVR’s bitrate budget.

 

Did you know: The processor in an NVR has both an incoming and outgoing bitrate. Incoming is for recording video and outgoing is for watching it remotely. All of our NVRs have at least 5Mbps per channel in incoming bitrate, and many models can have extra bitrate. Your NVR’s spare incoming bitrate is what determines if it can record channels at higher-than-1080P resolution, perform the sophisticated video analytics on our Pro line of video analytic cameras, use specialty panoramic cameras, or many other things.

 

Guide: What else can I do with Spare Bitrate?

 

Video Quality is dependent upon two things: image resolution and frames per second. Resolution improves image quality while frame-rate improves video quality by preventing motion blur.

 

Specifications

Image Sensor-1/3” Progressive Scan CMOS

Min. Illumination-0.01 lux @F1.2, AGC ON, 0 lux with IR

Shutter Time-1/25s ~ 1/100,000s

Lens-4mm @F2.0, angle of view: 75°

Lens Mount-M12

Day & Night-IRC

Digital Noise Reduction-3D DNR

Wide Dynamic Range-Digital WDR

Video Compression-H.264 / MPEG4

H.264 Codec Profile-Main profile

Bit Rate-32 Kbps ~ 8Mbps

Max. Image Resolution-1920×1080, 2 Megapixel

Frame Rate-60Hz: 30fps (1920 × 1080), 30fps (1280 x 720)

Image Settings-Saturation, brightness, contrast, sharpness adjustable through client software or web browser

BLC-Yes, zone configurable

Network Storage-NAS

 

Alarm Trigger-Motion detection, tampering alarm, network disconnect, IP address conflict, storage exception

 

Protocols-TCP/IP, HTTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, RTP, RTSP, PPPoE, SMTP, NTP, SNMP, HTTPS, FTP, 802.1x, Qos (SIP, SRTP, IPv6 optional)

Interoperability-ONVIF, PSIA, CGI

Security-Flicker less, heartbeat, mirror, user authentication, video mask, watermark

 

Communication Interface-1 RJ45 10 M / 100 M Ethernet interface

Operating Conditions-(-22°F ~ 140 °F) Humidity 90% or less (non-condensing)

 

Power Supply-12 VDC ± 10% , PoE (802.3af)

Power Consumption-Max. 7W

Weather Proof Rating-IP66

Dimensions-4.4″x3.2″

IR Range-Up to 100ft.

Weight- 1.32L

3 Comments

  1. Lin says:

    “IR range: up to 100 ft” – I think it is the best thing in this camera! There are not too many cameras with option on the market now. And at the same time it is really useful for plenty of people in tight time!

  2. Brandon says:

    It is strange for me that such a high quality camera that seems to be made for outdoor use has such characteristics:
    Operating Conditions-(-22°F ~ 140 °F) Humidity 90% or less (non-condensing)
    Dear author, are you sure it is correct?

  3. Jack says:

    Agree with Brandon that it seems strange…
    I would like to pay attention to this: Bit Rate-32 Kbps ~ 8Mbps!
    Variable bitrate is always a way to save money on the network link!

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