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- Image Sensor: Sharp color CCD
- TV System: PAL/NTSC optional
- Effective Pixels: PAL: 512 x 528; NTSC: 512 x 492
- Horizontal Resolution: 420TV lines
- Sensing Area: 1/4: 3.6mm x 2.7mm
- Angle of View: 175°
- Shutter Speed: 1/50 (PAL)/1/60 (NTSC)-1/10000 seconds
- Minimum Illumination: 1.0Lux/F=1.2 (0Lux with IR on)
- Video Output: RCA connector, 1.0Vp-p, 75Ω
- Power Consumption: 110mA max 300mA with IR on
- Power Supply: DC12V
- Operating Temperature: -20℃~60℃, RH95% max
- Storage Temperature: -30℃~80℃, RH95% max
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What are the recommended camera placements to capture the most relevant shots?
- Never angle a camera to look straight down. A camera that's pointed straight down will only catch the top of a perpetrator's head. The camera will most likely miss many of the distinguishing characteristics that can be used to identify a person later if necessary
- Always make sure to have a camera facing all entrances It is a fact, that the best time to catch the facial features of an individual is during their entrance into the building, whether it is your home or your business. Other cameras can catch the act of someone in the act of stealing; however, without the critical entry-shot you may not be able to identify the individual
- Never allow direct sunlight to touch the lens of the camera. Regardless of which cameras you use, make sure that the cameras are never mounted in such a way that sunlight will directly shine into the lens. This will cause the Image sensor to discolor and fail. Direct sunlight will also immediately void any warranty
- Mount I/R Cameras within 20 ft. of subject being viewed. Infrared bulbs emit an invisible light spectrum that will illuminate a subject even in complete darkness...however, the light will only project out 20-40 ft. to illuminate the target
- Always plug cameras into a surge suppressor or Battery Back-up unit. Cameras are extremely sensitive to voltage changes and can fail prematurely. Voltage changes will also void the cameras warranty
- 1 x 1/4 Inch Sharp Color CCD 420TVL Bullet Shape Camera
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- What is a camera's format?
Camera formats are measured in inches: most surveillance cameras fall between 1/4" and 1". This refers to the usable image size created inside the camera. For most security systems, a small size is fine - 1/4" or 1/3" surveillance cameras dominate CCTV sales. Larger formats do not necessarily result in better images, but can be advantageous in dimly lit situations since they are able to gather more light.
- What's a varifocal lens?
The varifocal lens is ideal in situations where the security camera surveys a distant point. One can adjust the zoom and focus of these lenses, either manually or automatically. This is sometimes referred to as "manual zoom" lens.
- When is a dome camera or a bullet camera used?
Dome cameras are commonly used when there is a need to mount cameras to the ceiling. The benefit of the dome camera is that you can't see where the internal camera is facing and, as such, provides an illusion of increased surveillance. Domes are less obtrusive and generally accepted in any environment. The cables for a dome cameras are generally fed through a small hole in the wall or ceiling, so no wires are visible after installation.
Bullet cameras (commonly call tube cameras or lipstick cameras) are smaller and less noticeable, visually directional in their viewing and they're weather resistant for outdoor applications.