HD CCTV surveillance Camera 33%
more pixels than DVD SDTV D1 & traditional CCTV Cameras
Sony's best ½+ million
pixel EXview Super HAD CCD II 960H
technology "568 032 Pixel
Vandal Hardened Colour Day Night
See-in-the-Dark Security Camera low-noise
high-sensitivity CCD variable focal length Lens Infrared
Illuminator for operation in darkness
EXview HAD II CCD from Sony eclipses earlier devices with 33% more
Pixels & Wide-Band DSP. Vandal Hardened Security Camera in robust
aluminium housing Colour Day Night Infrared with versatile Varifocal
Showrooms, Offices, Warehouses, Homes, Factories sheltered, shaded &
evenly lit outdoor use under eaves, etc.
Microphones better than inbuilt microphones
Robust Aluminium Housing,
See-in-the-Dark Night-Vision IR
illumination provided by inbuilt
Variable Focal Length Lens 25
+ m wide shots @ 15 m - Tight 1.2 m wide shots @ 3 m.
Better than a Dome
No washed out low contrast images caused by IR-Lens leak-through, no
EXview Super HAD II CCD
Silver Colour stocked
Night Vision Colour Security Camera
- High-Sensitivity - High-SNR - D-WDR - 3D-DNR
WIDE / TELE Lens
Better than a Dome separate Lens
and LED glass eliminates LED-Lens leak-through that results in
washed-out low-contrast images, also eliminated are internal
reflections caused by light entering from behind and sides, these
problems cannot be resolved with a conventional one-piece Dome.
CCD inbuilt IR Illuminator suitable for zero (total Darkness) &
average levels of illumination. Suitable for domestic and commercial
indoor and sheltered
shaded & evenly lit outdoor Surveillance,
easily added to an existing Security Recording system (or to replace
an under performing Camera), simply connect Video Output from Camera
to an unused Security
DVR Video input.
Connect to the Composite Video Input (AV, Yellow RCA socket) on a
TV, Domestic or commercial Recording Device, if required a
Microphone can be easily added and a
single small diameter
used to carry Video, Audio & Power 20 or more m.
Powered by Sony's
960H EXview HAD II CCD and paired with a Wide-Bandwidth Image
Signal Processor to utilise the full potential of the 568 032 pixel
CCD, this HD-analog Security Camera is capable of an extraordinary
650+ HTVL effective resolution, far better than traditional
|All values are
||@ 3 m
||@ 5 m
||@ 9 m
||@ 15 m
|Width of Vision @ 2.8
|Width of Vision @ 12
Security Camera Lens information
Video System: PAL Colour fully
compatible with Australian TV System.
Variable Focal Length 2.8 mm ~ 12 mm Fixed Iris, external focal
length & focus adjusters.
are no Accessory Lenses for this Security Camera,
1020 (H) x 596 (V) 607
920 Pixels 976 (H) x 582 (V) effective pixels ⅓" SONY
ICX673AK, 5 µm (H) x 6.25 µm (V) pixel size.
*"EXview HAD CCD Ⅱ" is a trademark of
Sony Corporation. The "EXview HAD CCD Ⅱ" is a CCD that realizes
sensitivity (typical) of 1000mV or more per 1µm2 (Color:
F5.6/ BW: F8 in 1 s accumulation equivalent) and improves light
efficiency by including near infrared light region as a basic
structure of Sony’s "EXview HAD CCD".
Image-Sensor: Active pixels 568 032. Effective resolution 414 720
pixels (based on 960x576 DSP output & 0.75 CCD
Scanning System: 2 : 1 Interlace, PAL
50 Hz vertical, 15 625 Hz horizontal.
Video Output: 1.14 V p-p Composite
Video 75 ohms, suit Australian TV, VCR, AV & Video inputs, BNC
socket on ~ 80 cm cable.
0.1 lux @ F1.2 in Night mode 10 IRE (this value is approximate and
provided for comparative purposes only), 0 lux with LEDs 'ON'.
Depending on Lens 'focal length' setting the Infrared LEDs
illuminate up to ~ 90% of the Width-of-Vision and are effective up
to ~ 30 m depending on the Infrared reflective characteristics of
subject, objects closer than ~ 2 m may be overexposed when
illuminated by LEDs.
Spectral Response: ~ 400 to ~
1000 nm with an Infrared 'CUT' Notch between approximately 720 ~ 830
For best colour rendition use light
sources with a low or zero infrared component, these include
conventional Fluorescent, Light Emitting Diodes, Compact
Day / Night Infrared
Infrared Night Vision information
Light Emitting Diodes: Thirty Six ~
850 nm wavelength Infrared, these produce a dull Red visible glow.
Automatic Light Sensor switches LEDs On/Off depending on light
Automatic Electronic Shutter (AES):
1/50 to 1/120 000 second, 20 milliseconds to 8.33 microseconds.
Signal to Noise ratio (SNR): 50 + dB,
measured with AGC off.
Digital Noise Reduction (DNR): 3D.
Digital Wide Dynamic (D-WDR): Yes.
Automatic Gain Control (AGC): Yes.
Back Light Compensation (BLC): Yes.
White Balance: Automatic.
Power Requirements: 12 Volts DC Regulated, ~ 90 milliamps LEDs Off,
~ 250 mA LEDs On, 2.1 x 5.5 mm DC socket, center pin = (+)
on ~ 80 cm cable.
Dimensions (mm): ~ 120 (Dia) x 80.
Mass: ~ 670 grams.
18+ years experience. ISO 9001, CE, FCC, RoHS certification. OEM &
Made in China.
CCTV Surveillance Camera
Day Night Colour Infrared Light Emitting Diode (Night Vision) Cameras
Colour CCTV Day Night
Cameras with inbuilt Infrared Light
Emitting Diodes "See-in-the-Dark" and produce images when visible
illumination is zero.
average levels of illumination these Cameras produce
Colour images, depending on their
sensitivity (Lux) at low illumination levels and in total darkness the
image is Monochrome.
Cameras generally have a relatively high sensitivity image sensor
Iris Lens therefore under high illumination levels images will be
overexposed for the reasons outlined
Ordinary CCTV Colour Cameras are relatively insensitive to Infrared
because they have an IR CUT Filter between the Lens and Image Sensor,
this filter excludes Infrared radiation with a wavelength greater than
~ 700 nm that would otherwise adversely affect White Balance, Colour
Rendition and Image Sharpness.
Night Colour CCTV Cameras are sensitive to Infrared because they
either do not have an IR CUT Filter or utilise a special NOTCH IR CUT
Filter that excludes the wavelengths most harmful to colour quality
(720 ~ 830 nm) from reaching the Image Sensor.
Colour Camera that does not have an IR CUT Filter usually has
poor colour rendition characterised by
'tint' when the illumination is InfraRed rich,
use of a 'Notch' Filter helps however White Balance, Colour Rendition
and Image Sharpness are compromised for Infrared
sensitivity. (Image Sharpness can be restored by using a specially
designed Lens that corrects for focus shift between Visible and
IDEAL Day / Night Infrared Sensitive Colour CCTV Camera
utilises a Lens with an
Iris to cope with high illumination levels - has a large aperture
(low 'F' number) to maximise light transmission and is corrected
for Infrared:Visible focus-shift, it also utilises a
Traditional IR CUT Filter when illumination levels are adequate for
Colour and REMOVES the IR CUT Filter when levels are low our
have these features and
are recommended for OPTIMUM results.
Infrared rich light sources include
Daylight and most Filament type lamps including common Spot lamps,
Tungsten lamps, Halogen lamps, etc.
majority of Light emitted from 'Cold' type sources such as
Fluorescent, Mercury Vapour, Sodium Vapour, etc., is visible, these
sources contain little Infrared energy.
"See-in-the-Dark" Infrared capability
using a notch (or no) IR-CUT Filter is a trade-off that adversely
affects Colour rendition in "Infrared Rich" environments.