THE PERFECT IP SURVEILLANCE SOLUTION
Get a full range of view with 180 degrees of surveillance. The Uniview 8MP Starlight Camera is 8MP full 4k HD resolution at 30fps which means we get 4096x1800 pixels, perfect for zooming and cropping into the large picture provided. That, along with the smart infrared technology, allows this surveillance device to see in pitch black darkness up to 164ft and supports ONVIF Conformance to be easily integrated into your system. Setup and maintenance are easy with simple online firmware upgrades through the cloud and ONVIF conformance. All of these features and more make this camera perfect for monitoring areas outside your business or warehouse. The wide-angle view makes it perfect for long buildings and parking lots, but the coverage is perfect for all different situations. The design makes it completely weatherized, so there is no need to worry about the elements affecting your camera.
AMAZINGLY SIMPLE INSTALLATION
Set up is a real breeze; with POE+ (Power Over Ethernet) technology, you can transmit power and the video signal across one cable back to your recorder or router. Mounting the camera should always be an easy thing, and UNV cameras are the best at it. It Includes screws and a camera base to affix it to the wall, then angle as needed to get your desired view. It also comes with a second power option with a local power transformer. The UNV 180 Degree Starlight also comes with the ability to edge record through a 256 gig micro SD card, allowing the camera to continue recording even when your system is down.
- High Resolution 4K
- Power Over Ethernet
- ONVIF Compliant
- Vandal Resistant
- 180 degree field of view
- IR Night Vision
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- Mounting Screws
- Instruction Manual
- Weatherized Fitting
- 3 year warranty
- Video Resolution: 8MP (4096x1800) @30fps
- 120 dB WDR
- 164FT IR Range
- Angle of View 180 degrees
- 802.3 AF POE 24V Power Consumption
- IP67 Weather Resistance
Q: How does the camera receive power?
A: Through the use of POE. Most NVRs have POE built directly into the unit; otherwise, you'll need to use a switch. This is possible because it sends the video and power directly through the same cable. With this model, there is also an option to use local power.
Q: What type of cable do I use?
A: You'll want to use CAT5E
Q: What is WDR?
A: It stands for Wide Dynamic Range. It's used to improve image quality when a light source is behind what you are trying to capture, like a storefront with windows or doors. The light shining behind a person would generally completely darken the image. WDR helps combat that.
Q: Will this camera work with my existing NVR?
A: Potentially, it is ONVIF compliant. You will need to check with your system to see if it is compatible.
Q: Does it record audio?
Q: How far can I run the cable?
A: A good rule to stick by is 100M, which translates to roughly 330ft. However, there are ways to extend this with proprietary technology. You're going to want to call us to find out the best way to do it for your specific project.
Q: What is the maximum size SD card I can use?
A: 256GB Micro SD.
Q: Does this produce a wide angle?
A: Absolutely; 4.2 mm is about the widest you can go with a lens before the image starts to bend around the edges, which can distort the image.
Q: What is DHCP?
A: It stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol and allows the camera to automatically accept an IP address from the NVR. This will save you time and hassle when installing the system.