- High performance 2 Mega-pixel 1/2.8″ CMOS progressive scan
- Chip-set: Ambarella Read more about this Chip
- 20x optical zoom, Focal length: 4.7-94mm
- High performance infra-red lamp: 180m IR distance
- Support auto-tracking function, auto change focal length according object movement
- Manual Speed 180°/s, Pan Range 360° endless, Tilt Range 90° (Auto Flip 180°)
- Video coding: H.264 Main Profile, MJPEG /JPEG Baseline ,
- Image stream: 1280*960 /1920*1080, 25fps
- Network Protocols: TCP/IP, UDP, RTP, RTSP, RTCP, HTTP, DNS, DDNS, DHCP, FTP, NTP, PPPOE, SMTP, UPNP
- Support Onvif
- Connector: RJ45
- Protection Level: IP66
- Smooth, high-quality video footage in HD 1080p resolution at 20 frames per second
- Full PTZ functionality and 360° pan allow wide areas to be monitored effectively
- True day/night functionality with IR-cut filter provides round-the-clock monitoring
- IP66 and IK10-rated housing offers protection from harsh weather conditions and tampering attempts
- Regions of interest can be investigated in real-time using the 20x optical zoom
- Built-in IR LEDs provide infrared night vision at a distance of up to 180m
- Video motion detection alarms can be configured to enhance scene awareness for reliable surveillance
- Wide dynamic range (WDR) and noise reduction technologies improve image clarity in difficult lighting conditions
- Warranty period: 3 years
- Minimum Order Quantity: At least 2pcs
Pan, Tilt and Zoom Controls
This camera can Pan left to right, Tilt up and Down, and Zoom in and Out. You can control it with built-in software interface, PC/Mac Software, Webview, or by using the NVR itself. A physical joystick is not required.
This camera can be set to auto follow moving objects.
Auto-Tracking will follow the largest object and does not work well in areas where a moving background could cause issues (having trees or bushes swaying in the wind). It is best used for parking lots, shipping ports, and other places where the moving objects are large and the background is static.
Auto tracking is intended to be a tool in getting greater detail on the scene such as a closer look at the person’s’ face, car, and if conditions are right, a license plate (please refer to our full license plate guide for the right conditions). Auto tracking is not intended to be used as a one camera “silver bullet” style solution which can replace multiple cameras and be used solo to capture entire events. Auto tracking PTZs should have cameras covering the wider area for the most effective use. Auto tracking is not suited for every scene, situation, or environment.
Auto Tracking supplements and assists the operator. Auto Tracking is NOT intended to replace human management of the camera system.
Video Quality is dependent upon two things: image resolution and frames per second
The resolution of the camera is the most important factor in better image quality while frame-rate improves video quality by preventing motion blur.
Resolution and Frame Rate
This camera has a resolution of 2.0 Megapixels which can be recorded @25 FPS at 1080p (1920 x 1080 pixels).
Advanced Features Come Standard
Continuous, Motion, and Event Recording Modes
You can record your cameras continuously, via motion, or even via VCA (video content analysis) events (like line crossing or intrusion detection).
You can create individual schedules for each camera, including hours for motion recording mode, hours for continuous recording mode, hours for event recording mode, or even hours when that camera is off completely.
Snapshot – Automatic Upload to FTP Server on Motion, Alarm, VCA Event, or Interval
Some snapshot FTP options are based upon your current recording mode. When a VCA event happens, the NVR can capture a series of snapshots and upload those images to a FTP server of your choosing. When motion is detected, the NVR can capture a series of snapshots and upload those. When in Continuous mode, the NVR can upload an image at a certain interval, such as every hour. If you have a NVR or cameras with alarm inputs and you have connected an alarm device to those inputs, the NVR can capture a series of snapshots and upload those images to a FTP server of your choosing when an alarm goes off. There’s no monthly fee for this, as it uses your FTP server.
Motion Detection Recording Mode
Video Analytics based Motion Detection
Motion detection can also be used to send you email alerts when motion is detected or to record when recording on motion events. You can modify the sensitivity level, so that more or less movement is required for the motion detection to trigger. You can create inclusion areas (places where you care if there is motion) and define the rest as exclusion areas (places where you don’t care if there is motion). So, for example, you could create a motion based alert to notify you if someone was in your yard, but ignore them if they were on the pavement or in the street.
This camera has a Weatherproof Housing.
It has been rated at IP66 which means that International Electrotechnical Commission’s (IEC) international standard 60529 has rated this camera housing as having full protection from dust and safe from water damage up to powerful jets of water (but not immersion).
This camera can be safely used outdoors.
Attention: The IP67 rating covers the camera’s housing not the cable. Please follow our RJ45 Waterproofing guide for weathering your cable connections.
Commercial Grade Aluminium Molding
This camera is commercial grade, and is made of cast aluminium and ceramic molding, instead of the typical plastic molding common in the industry.
This product has passed vibration tests, can withstand an electrical surge up to 6,000 volts, and the casing will prevent intrusion of both dust and water into the internal component space. The screws and mounting hardware are made of stainless steel that have passed SUS410 salt spray anti-corrosion testing. We use automotive grade LEDs and anti-reflection glass (which means better infra-red results). In short, this camera is going to hold up over time.
Car Grade LEDs
This camera has Car Grade LEDs.
Many IP cameras include low quality infrared bulbs that fail over time. This camera has Car Grade LEDs, and you should expect the same sort of longevity from them as the headlights in your car.
Anti Reflective Glass
This camera has Anti Reflective Glass.
Anti Reflective Glass allows better light transmission vs standard glass. Standard Glass cameras often come with a foam ring around the lens to prevent infrared light from bouncing back off the glass and entering the lens. This bounce back can cause extreme differences in infrared lighting, which makes some items too bright and others too washed out if the ring is loose, ripped, or removed. Anti-Reflective Glass prevents this issue. Also, people have a tendency to accidentally destroy, damage, throw away, or lose these foam rings. Anti-Reflective Glass reduces maintenance and user error.
Professional Camera Quality and Features.
This camera has Headlight Compensation.
Vehicle headlights directly into the camera lens can render many cameras useless. Headlight compensation reduces glare and overexposure due to car headlights.
At VVSEC, we try not to use the misleading term “License Plate Camera.” The term “License plate cameras” is used rather flippantly by the security camera industry, has no real definition as a term, and can sometimes mean simply the presence of HLC; be careful with companies offering a simple solution to a very complex task of capturing license plates.
See through Fog with Automatic Defog
This camera has Automatic Defog.
Our automatic defog feature allows you to cut through fog, air pollution, and other atmospheric haze.
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
This camera has Wide Dynamic Range.
Wide Dynamic Range splits each frame/image into many boxes and it scans for in inaccuracies and adds the right amount exposure to create a balanced and high resolution video shot. Very useful when recording in situations where there can be a large difference in light levels.
Adjustable Shutter Speed for Customizable Performance in Low Light
This camera has an Adjustable Shutter Speed in a range between 1/30s to 1/100,000 of a second.
The shutter in a camera controls how long the camera takes to take a picture, but faster doesn’t mean better. The faster that a camera shutter opens and closes, the more likely that you will get a clear, blur-free image. The longer that the shutter is open, the more light you let in and the better your image will be in low light. Shutters that are open for an extremely long time allow you to take color pictures at night/twilight without having to switch to infrared mode, but can result in motion blur.
There’s no one-size fits all approach to shutter speed, so we give you full control (and free tech support) to set it up the best way possible.
This camera has Automatic Backlight Compensation.
Backlight Compensation automatically bring more detail to darker areas in the foreground of an image when there is a bright light in the background. Very useful when recording in front of large windows.
This camera has Privacy Mask Technology.
A privacy mask allows you to protect personal privacy by blocking out a section of the frame from being viewed real time or recorded.
Automatic White Balance
This camera has Automatic White Balance.
Automatic White Balance adjusts the colour hues so that incandescent bulbs, florescent, or quartz lights don’t “yellow” image colours, resulting in a more natural colour profile.
This camera has Smart IR.
Smart IR allows the camera to reduce or increase the level of infrared light it projects based upon the subject’s distance. This allows the image to not get “washed out” by over-exposing the subject.
Compliant with Industry Standards
Works with ONVIF
This device works with ONVIF.
ONVIF is an open industry standard encoding language for the interface of IP-based physical security products. (It’s what allows your IP camera, your NVR, or any other device to talk with each other – Not all manufacturers are ONVIF compatible and may leave you in a scenario where you cannot record your footage without paying a monthly fee.)
Honeywell, Panasonic, Dynacolor, Sony, Samsung, Pelco, Bosch, Axis, HikVision, Arecont Vision, are ONVIF members. Check with your specific model number from these manufacturers to confirm ONVIF compatibility.
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