System: PAL Colour fully compatible with Australian TV System.
752 (H) x 582 (V)
437 664 Pixel
inch SONY Super HAD II Interline Transfer CCD Sensor.
*CCD=CCD image sensor "Super HAD CCD II"
is a trademark of Sony Corporation. The "Super HAD CCD II" is a
version of Sony's high performance CCD HAD (Hole-Accumulation
Diode) sensor with realized sensitivity (typical) of 1000mV or
more per 1µm2 (Color: F5.6/ BW: F8
in 1 s accumulation equivalent.)
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Motorised (push-button control)
Focus & Focal Length, 26X (3.2 mm ~ 83.2 mm) Automatic Iris.
Remote Control Interface:
2-wire RS485 or
Setup: On Screen Display,
menu driven via push-buttons on Back of Camera or remotely via
2-wire RS485 or
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.
Horizontal Pixels: 720 + Better than Super-VHS near DVD
resolution, this value is provided for comparative purposes
0.1 Lux @ F1.2 with IR-CUT Filter out of Optical path, (this
value is provided for comparative purposes only)
Camera produces images in total darkness
when used with
Day Night: Motorised
movable Infrared Cut Filter (IR-CUT) Automatic (Filter moves
based on illumination level), Colour (Filter in optical path),
Monochrome (Filter out of optical path).
Movable Infrared Optical
Filter: Automatic switching based on
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 allowing Infrared radiation to pass boosting low
light and Infrared sensitivity, the result is significantly
better night images using an
Infrared Illuminator or with Infrared
rich light sources.
without Infrared filter is ~ 700 to ~
1100 nm better than a
notch IR Filter',
CCTV Infrared Night Vision information.
Signal to Noise ratio (SNR): 50 +
dB, measured with AGC off.
Lens Iris: Automatic or Manual 15
via push button
(OSD) setup Menu. Our recommendation is AUTO.
Back Light Compensation: On/Off
via OSD setup. Our recommendation is OFF.
Automatic Gain Control
(AGC): 3 levels via OSD setup.
Our recommendation is MIN.
Image Settings: Brightness 25 levels, Sharpness 16
Mirror On/Off, Display Focal
Length setting 1~26X On/Off, Privacy Zones 4, via OSD setup.
Day & Night: Automatic (IR-CUT based on
illumination), Colour (IR-CUT in optical path), B/W (IR-CUT out
of optical path)
via OSD setup.
Our recommendation is AUTO.
Focus: Manual recommended, AUTO
& K AUTO modes are not recommended, AUTO & K AUTO
settings may be useful for some high contrast scenes with
distinct outlines but is probably unsuitable in many common
Security Surveillance situations. In K AUTO mode when Lens focal
length is changed Camera makes one attempt to Focus.
Protocol 2400 / 4800 / 9600 bps for control of Focal Length,
Focus & OSD setup via 'A' & 'B' terminals. When used with
Wireless Video Two-Way Audio RS485 Server select EP
Pelco-D 2400 bps. When used with
Joystick RS485 & similar controllers to call
up OSD Menu enter 95 press CALL,
use Zoom +/- & Focus +/- to move cursor / change parameter, when
Cursor is on Exit enter 95 press CALL to exit.
Power Requirements: 12
Volts DC Regulated, ~ 100 milliamps static ~ 200 milliamps when
Zoom/Focus Motors are operating, via Screw Terminal Block.
Dimensions (mm): ~ 126
x 78 x 63, excludes BNC Socket & I/O Terminal Block.
Mass (grams): ~ 580.
Made in China.
Manufacturer: Established 1997
Wired Lens &
OSD Control via 6 wires: Requires 6 ~ 12 Volts DC. Focal
Length increases when ZOOM terminal is Positive with respect
to COM terminal & decreases when Negative. Focus moves
towards Near when FOCUS terminal is Positive with respect to COM
terminal & Far when Negative. OSD Setup Menu is displayed
when MENU terminal is Positive with respect to COM terminal.