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- Signal Format: PAL/NTSC
- Image Sensor: Hi-res (Ex-view) CCD
- Effective Pixels: NTSC: 768(H) x 494(V), PAL: 752(H) x 582(V)
- Scanning System: NTSC: 525Lines, 60Field/Sec, PAL: 625Lines, 50Field/Sec
- Sync System: Internal Synchronization
- Resolution: 520TV Lines
- S/N Ratio: More than 46DB (AGC off)
- Gamma Characteristic: 0.45
- Illumination Sensitivity: 0.5Lux, 0.01lux (Ex-view CCD)@F:2.0 (D: 0.5lux, N: 0.05lux
- Gain Control: Auto
- B. L. C.: Auto
- White Balance: Auto
- Electronic Shutter Speed: NTSC: 1/60-1/100,000Sec, PAL:1/50-1/100,000Second, Auto
- Video Output: 1Vp-p 75OMS, Negative
- Lens Type: 3.7mm Flat Pinhole Lens
- Power Supply: DC12V±10%
- Current Consumption: 130mA±10%
- Operating Temperature: -10°C~+50°C
- Storage Temperature: -20°C~+60°C
- The wired color camera features Hi-res (Ex-view) CCD image sensor, provides HD pictures
- When picture shown up on the monitor, adjust the wired bullet camera to make it to the suitable position and lock the bracket by screw
- Fix the camera on the bracket, makes the wired CCD camera sturdy and reliable for long time use
- With the cables here, the wired CCD camera is easy to install, plug and play
Neighbors and visitors will think that you have a complete video surveillance system
The motion detector sensor and activation light makes it appear to be an actual security camera
Customers and coworker will think that you have a complete video surveillance system
Have fun watching how friends and family react when they think they are being video taped
The motion detector sensor and activation light makes it appear to be an actual security camera
Help prevent or deter suspicious activity by placing the security camera to survey the areas
How to Protect Your Home With a Security Camera?
- Determine the purpose of your outdoor security camera: will you be monitoring to see who comes up to your front door or do you want to be able to watch all angles of the perimeter of your house and yard?
- Determine the view angle you need from your camera. In general, the wider the view the more the camera will record. This is particularly important if you will be using your camera to see who is approaching your front door and you want to be able to determine whether or not they are alone
- Determine the picture quality that you will need from your security camera and choose a camera that will provide it. While many screens are small and can use a lower resolution, a higher resolution will provide a clearer picture
- Choosing a wireless security camera? Choose a camera with a transmission range that will suit your needs; keep in mind that the walls of your home will reduce the range a wireless camera will have
- Planning to record the signal? Choose a camera that will broadcast to the system that you have chosen: closed circuit tv, your computer or a digital video recorder
- Do you want to have a camera that will be on all the time or do you want a camera that will start recording when movement is detected? Either way, a motion detector camera can make sure that you are able to record anything that happens
- Determine the size and type of security camera you are looking for. Do you need a camera that can zoom in, a camera that blends in or a camera that can record sound?
- Lastly, determine whether you want a camera that is monitored by a security company or not; if you do, be sure to choose the right company. Ask questions and get recommendations
How to Install an Outdoor Security Camera System?
- Select the type of connection you want; you can choose a wired or a wireless connection. Wireless systems are easier to install with no limitations on the distance between the devices and the monitors. Be aware, however, that wireless connections are subject to signal interference. If you choose to install a wired connection, it will require more work, but you won't have any signal interference. Wireless cameras are also battery-operated, so you will have to replace the batteries periodically. Wired cameras connect to the monitors, which run on the main power source
- Decide where you want your security camera. Place your camera in a position that will display the entire area you wish to view. Then, decide whether you want your camera visible or hidden. If you set up a wired camera system, hiding and wiring your device will be more difficult
- Drill holes for mounting the brackets. If you are setting up more than one camera, make sure you allow enough distance in between. Test your camera or cameras by turning them on and placing them in position. View the coverage area and decide where to drill your holes. If you are using a wired system, make sure the camera cables are long enough to connect your camera to your monitor
- Attach the brackets using the screwdriver. Regardless of whether your camera is on the ground or on a wall, you will need brackets to securely position your camera. Make sure your brackets are tight and stable enough to hold the camera
- Mount the camera on the brackets. Make sure everything is tightly secured
- Select a location for your monitor. The monitor should be where you spend the most time. If you are using a wireless system, you have completed the setup process
- Run a cable from each camera to your monitor if you are using a wired system. Cables can run along door and floor edges or under a carpet. Use electrical tape or a staple gun to secure your wires. If your monitor does not have multiple plugs for your camera cables, you need to purchase a multiplexer. Plug your camera cables into the multiplexer and plug the multiplexer into the monitor
- Turn on your system to view your area
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
- Any changes of modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment
- A regulated DC 12V 300mA power supply is recommended for use with this camera for the best picture and the most stable operation
- It is recommended that the wired CCD camera is used with a monitor that has a CCTV quality 75 video impedance level. If your monitor is switched to high impedance then please adjust accordingly. If the monitor does not have the impedance adjust switch, please ask us for a camera suitable for your monitor
- Do not attempt to disassemble the camera to gain access to the internal components. Refer servicing to qualified service personal
- Never face the camera towards the sun or spot light or light reflecting objects. Any bright light may cause smear on the picture and possible damage to the CCD
- Except the weather-proof camera, do not expose the camera to rain or moisture. Do not try to operate the camera in wet area. Moisture can damage the camera and can create the danger of electric shock
- Do not remove the serial sticker for the warranty service
- 1 x 1/3 Inch Sony Hi-res (Ex-view) Chip, Digital Mini Security CCTV Wired Color CCD Camera
- 1 x Adjustable Camera Bracket
- 1 x AV Cable
- 1 x User Manual
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- Why use a vari-focal lens?
Surveillance effects are maximized since any desired angle of view can be obtained. There is no need to carry several different focal length lenses to an installation job. Once installed, even if the field of view requirements change, the system can be quickly adjusted by simply changing the focal length setting of the lens.
- What is CCTV?
Closed Circuit Television is a group of cameras, monitors and accessory equipment that work together as a system and are interconnected by various types of cables.
- What is CCD?
CCD is used in professional cameras because of it's high resolution quality and it's ability to record in low-light situations. CCD is basically a small silicon chip that receives light and turns it into voltage variations which makes up an image. It's usually measured in inches with 1/3" CCD being the standard. They are higher priced but are great for cameras that may require vision in near darkness.