HDCVI box security camera, suitable for indoor use.
1/3 " Sony Progressive Exmor ™ CMOS Sensor.
HD image display thanks to 1080p and 2.4 megapixel.
With IR cut filter and lens compensation.
What is HDCVI?
HDCVI stands for "High Definition Composite Video Interface".
HDCVI is a new technique, for sending video images via coaxial cable.
Unlike IP cameras the HDCVI cameras makes sure that there are no more delays in a network and no failing images.
For more information about HDCVI you can read this page.
Box security camera
This HDCVI box security camera is only suitable for indoor use.
In the box security camera is a C/CS Lens.
With an IR cut filter that also can be removed.
1/3”Sony 2.4 Megapixel Progressive Exmor™ CMOS Sensor.
Full HD 1920 * 1080 (1080P) & 1280*720 (720P).
Both NTSC and PAL can be selected.
1920x1080p @ 25/30 fps, 1280x720p @ 30 frames per second.
In this box security camera is 2D and 3D noise reduction.
To adjust the noise reduction the settings are:
high / medium / low/ off / dynamic noise reduction.
There are multiple types of video outputs at this box security camera:
-HD-CVI (BNC) & Composite video (BNC). These can be enabled simultaneously.
When WDR enabled, then composite video will be disabled.
Other features HDCVI box security camera
- OSD menu in multiple languages available
- Lens compensation
- Minimal exposure colour:0.04Lux@F1.2, B/W:0.02Lux@F1.2, IR on:0Lux@F1.2
- Motion detection
- DC 12V (7.2W)
For more information, please download our data sheet.
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