HD CCTV Cameras 33%
more pixels than DVD SDTV D1 & traditional surveillance
Sony's best ½+ million pixel EXview
Super HAD CCD II
Surveillance Camera IR night-vision EffioE
enhanced DSP Sony 960H
ExView Super HAD II CCD 960 horizontal pixel resolution Robust
Aluminium Housing push-button On-Screen Setup
High Resolution suitable
for high to zero illumination levels
in Homes, Shops, Showrooms, Offices, Warehouses, outdoors, etc.
IR Day Night Camera with wide-band
EffioE enhanced DSP
Megapixel 2.8~12 mm Variable AI IR-CUT Lens
568 032 Pixel ⅓" Sony CCD
960 horizontal pixel resolution.
Microphones better than inbuilt microphones
This surveillance CCTV Camera is
versatile variable focal length "AI" Megapixel Lens
for 1.2 m wide shots @ 3 m & extra 25+ m wide shots @ 15 m.
960H = Extra High Resolution. EffioE
enhanced DSP = Extra High Image Quality & Better Colour Rendition &
Higher Signal-to-Noise Ratio &
650+ HTVL-E Resolution.
Screen Setup - Aluminium Case - Removable Visor - Integral
Swivel/Tilt Mounting Bracket that conceals & protects Cable.
for use with
HD-Analog 960H DVR 568 032 pixel Security Recorders
Outdoor (Indoor) Water Resistant Surveillance
CCTV Cameras, extra high 960 horizontal pixel resolution
Sony EXview CCD. 2-Megapixel (for crisper images) Automatic Iris
Lens copes with high illumination levels, improves
depth-of-field and passes maximum possible light in low light
and dark conditions.
detailed surveillance, this Security Camera can be easily added
to an existing Security Recording system (or replace an under
performing Camera), simply connect Video Output from Camera to
an unused Security
DVR Video input.
to the Composite Video Input (AV, Yellow RCA socket) on a TV or
Domestic or commercial Recording Device, if required a
Microphone can be easily added and a
single small diameter
used to carry Video, Audio & Power 20m or more.
Better than a Dome separate LED
& Lens glasses eliminates transmission of Infra-Red to Lens,
this problem inherent with Domes reduces image contrast.
960H EXview Super HAD II CCD &
enhanced EffioE DSP this Surveillance Camera is capable of
an extraordinary 650+ HTVL effective resolution, far
better than traditional composite surveillance,
HTVL Effective Specification.
|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
composite video inputs on TV, DVR, Monitor, etc., in Australia, NZ,
Lens: 2 Megapixel to maximise image sharpness variable
focal length 2.8 ~ 12 mm Automatic Iris
IR-CUT Motorised Filter with external Focus & Focal Length
copes with High levels of illumination, passes more light and
provides greater depth-of-field than ordinary fixed Iris Lenses.
There are no
optional Lenses for this Camera,
security camera lens information.
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".
Sensor: Active pixels 568 032. Effective resolution 414 720 pixels
(based 960x576 DSP output & 0.75 CCD
enhanced Effio-E New-Technology Wide-Bandwidth Digital Signal
Camera parameters are easily set via push-buttons on Bottom of
EffioE On-Screen-Setup functions important all or some
functions described may not necessarily be available with this
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 ~ 50 cm cable,
Second Output for Setup on
short plug-in setup-Cable with BNC socket.
Horizontal Pixels: 960 +
this value is provided for
comparative purposes only. Better than Super-VHS resolution better
than DTV / DVD (720 H-pixel) resolution.
Sensitivity: ~ 0.5 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 ~ 80% of
the Width-of-Vision and are effective up to ~ 30 m depending on the
Infrared reflective characteristics of subject.
Light Emitting Diodes: Forty Two
Hi-Power ~ 850 nm wavelength Infrared, these produce a dull Red
visible glow. Automatic Light Sensor switches LEDs On/Off (~3/5 lux)
depending on light level & potentiometer setting.
Movable Infrared Optical Filter:
In Day mode (well lit, colour) mechanism
automatically positions IR-CUT optical filter between Lens
and Image Sensor to exclude Infrared radiation that would otherwise
adversely affect colour reproduction, this ensures
colour rendition not possible with ordinary non-filtered or
notch-filter type Day/Night cameras.
In Night mode (low light, monochrome)
mechanism automatically removes IR-CUT
optical filter to allow Infrared radiation to pass boosting low
light and Infrared sensitivity, the result is significantly better
night images using inbuilt
Infrared Illuminator or with Infrared rich
Infrared Response without Infrared
filter is ~ 700 to ~ 1100 nm
better than a
notch IR Filter',
CCTV Infrared Night Vision
~ 400 to ~ 1100 nm with Infrared
'CUT' Filter 'out' of optical path.
Automatic Electronic Shutter (AES):
Configured via OSD.
On (Automatic) 1/50 to 1/100 000
second. Use 20 ms shutter speed to minimise smear, smear increases
with increasing Shutter Speed,
Automatic Electronic Shutter information.
Signal to Noise ratio (SNR): 50 +dB,
measured with AGC off.
Automatic Gain Control (AGC): Yes.
Back Light Compensation (BLC): Yes.
White Balance (WB): Auto Tracking
Power Requirements: 12 VDC Regulated, ~ 120 mA LEDs Off, ~ 500 mA
LEDs On, via 2.1 x 5.5 mm DC socket, center pin = (+),
~ 50 cm Cable. Consider cable resistance when installing, ask us
about solutions if voltage drop is a problem with existing wiring.
Mass (grams): ~ 1200.
Made in China.
Manufacturer: Established 1997