A HIGH-DEF IP CAM THAT HELPS PROTECT WHAT MATTERS THE MOST
This Hi-Def IP cam is the latest in surveillance technology, it has a 2.8-12mm variable focus lens. It can produce a crisp color image during the day and will automatically switch over to black and white at night time and also turns on it's built in infrared so it can see in complete darkness. The vari-focus lens allows this cam to adapt to different mounting options by giving you the ability to chose the field of view. 2.8mm provides a very wide angle for general coverage where as 12mm is very narrow allowing you to really monitor something specific.
A SURVEILLANCE CAMERA THAT IS SIMPLE TO INSTALL
This body style is heavily geared towards commercial installations since the camera is very recognizable and the way it mounts to the exterior of a building. It allows you to mount the camera on a wall but still have a sight line down the side of the building to get perfect views of bay doors, entrances parking spaces etc.
You won't have any problems setting up or configuring this high tech security device because they made it extremely easy with POE support and DHCP automatic address configuration and it is even ONVIF compliant meaning it works with a wide variety of different systems.
- 4MP 2560x1440
- POE Support
- Automatic IP assignment
- Supports ONVIF
- Variable motorized lens
- Built-in Microphone
- Night Vision
- Backup SD
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- Surveillance Camera
- Mounting Screws
- Instruction Manual
- Weatherized Fitting
- 3 year warranty
- Image Quality: 4MP (2560x1440)
- 120 dB WDR
- 164FT IR Range
- Angle of View: 102.79 degrees to 30.86 degrees
- Special Features: Human Detection
- 802.3 AF POE 8.5W Power Consumption
- IP67 Weather Resistance
- 256GB Micro SD Support
Q: How can I power the camera?
A: Through the use of POE. Either through the use of a switch or if you're using one of our NVR's it has it built right in!
Q: How do I know what type of cable to use?
A: You'll want to use CAT5E
Q: What does WDR do?
A: If there is going to be a lot of back light coming from behind your target viewing area you will notice that the image darkens heavily and you will no longer be able to make out details such as facial recognition. Wide Dynamic Range cuts through that back lighting and restores the image quality.
Q: Can I use this with my existing NVR?
A: Yes, as long as it's ONVIF compliant.
Q: Can it record audio as well?
A: Yes, A microphone is built-in to the camera.
Q: Is there a maximum cable length?
A: Yes, industry standard is right around 330 feet. However you can extend this, you will want to contact us for your specific project to see your options.
Q: Up to what size SD card can I use?
Q: How wide is the picture?
A: If you set the camera to the widest image possible (2.8mm) you will get a 102.79 degree field of view.
Q: How can I use a vari focus lens?
A: The lens is motorized so it can be controlled through the NVR. It allows you to customize the field of view to get exactly what you want. It's extremely useful when mounting the camera high up or if you're trying to see something specific like a doorway.
Q: You mention DHCP what is that?
A: Cameras without DHCP need to be manually addressed individually, this is time consuming and can be difficult to do if you're not familiar with IP addressing schemes. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol will automatically assign addresses for you saving you time and hassle.