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- Technical Data Sheet
1/3" SONY Color CCD 420 TVL & 3.6 mm lens & 65ft Night Vision& Vandalproof Weatherproof Housing
This outdoor CCD vandal-proof camera delivers clear, high-quality video with a 1/3" SONY Color CCD sensor. 24 IR LEDs allow for 65ft of automatic night vision. Anti-vandal mount ensures cameras work in high-risk conditions enduring violent impact force. This high performance camera definitely makes invaders think twice before approaching your home and business.
Robust Vandal-proof Design
The tough and durable anchors, casings and lenses of the cameras keep vandals from damaging, obscuring, or otherwise tampering with your footage, enabling the camera to operate in high-risk indoor and outdoor environments such as prisons, transportation stations, parking lots and ATM sites.
Super Clear, Satisfying Image
The high quality 1/3" Sony® CCD image sensor in this camera provides a clear, crisp and consistent picture at 420TV lines of resolution.
Day Night Monitoring
24 infrared (IR) LEDs activate automatically in low-light or no-light situations to allow you to see up to 65’ away, and deactivate once lighting conditions are brighter.
See More with Wide Viewing Angle
See more area with the wide 70 degree viewing angle on the 3.6mm lens Cameras. Protect larger areas such as driveways, entrances, warehouses, large retail stores, parking lots, front and backyards.
Fog Won't Stop Us
The dual layer of glasses, standing before the lenses, will prevent the lens from being fuzzy and blinding caused by fogs or other occasions.
Ceiling or Wall Mounting
You can mount it at ceiling or on the wall at any positions conspicuous or inconspicuous for the perfect viewing angle, either 360 degree horizontal or 90 degree vertical.
Description of Basic Functionality
Auto Iris Lenses have built in motors to control the amount of light that reaches the imaging sensor. Auto Iris lenses are generally used in outdoor applications where lighting levels are not consistent, and or where shutter speed changes are not acceptable. DC Driven lenses are most common in the CCTV industry.
Auto Gain Control
It’s a section in an electronic circuit that has feedback and regulated a certain voltage level to fall within predetermined margins。
Auto Back Light Compensation
Backlight compensation is video gain done either manually or automatically to correct the exposure of subjects that are in front of a bright light source.