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- Signal Format: PAL/NTSC
- Image Sensor: 1/3 Sony CCD
- Lens: 4-9mm
- Effective Pixels: 510(H) x 492(V)-NTSC 500(H) x 582(V)-PAL 768(H)x494(V)-NTSC 752(H)x582(V)-PAL
- Scanning System: NTSC: 525lines, 60 field/sec, PAL: 625 lines, 50field/sec
- Sync System: Internal synchronization
- Resolution: 420 TVL
- S/N Ratio: More than 46dB(AGC off)
- Gamma Characteristic: 0.45
- Illumination Sensitivity: 0.5 Lux, 0.01lux(ex-viewCCD)@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: 1/50-1/100,000 second, auto
- Video Output: 1Vp-p 75OMS, negative
- Power Supply: DC12V ± 10%
- Current Consumption: 100mA ± 10% 130mA ± 10%
- Operating Temperature: -10℃~+50℃
- Storage Temperature: -20℃~ +60℃
- SONY CCD Color Bullet Camera
How to Install Bullet Surveillance Cameras:
- Consider where you will use your bullet cameras. If you are primarily monitoring an outdoor area, opt for weatherproof bullet cameras with sunshields and infrared technology to capture images in the dark. If you are monitoring an interior, consider a color camera, which provides more definition and detail
- Install bullet cameras on the wall or ceiling. One of the reasons bullet cameras are so popular is that they are typically sold as integrated units with their mounting apparatus. Just screw the mount in and swivel the camera to your desired line of sight
- Connect cameras to monitoring and/or recording device such as television, closed-circuit monitor, personal computer or dedicated DVR. Run a cable from the camera to the device for wired installations. For wireless installations, connect the camera to a power source and an antenna, and then connect the receiver to the monitoring device
- Watch the video feed from your bullet cameras on your monitor to determine whether they are positioned appropriately. Bullet cameras are easy to reposition and you don't have to remount them. Some bullet cameras can be swiveled 360 degrees from a ceiling installation
- Monitor surveillance cameras remotely. You can install software or subscribe to a monitoring service that publishes your video to an online site from which you can access it. This will allow you to watch the image on a computer or PDA from anywhere in the world
- 1 x CAMERAY CM-2210CHW Bullet Color CCD Camera
- 1 x Video Cable
- 1 x User Manual
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- CCD Cameras could be damaged by Hi-Energy X-Rays?
I don't think there is enough energy to cause damage to CCD directly. Would lenses be responsible increasing the concentration? On the other hand bombardment with high energy particles and all bets are off.
- What is CCD camera and how its work?
A CCD camera works exactly like a regular camera, but instead of focused light falling on film, the light strikes the CCD. A CCD works sort of like an array of thousands or millions of tiny solar cells, each one a pixel, collecting a tiny bit of light and converting it into electrons. The electrons are collected by an analog to digital converter that changes the pixel's value into a digital value. From there the data is manipulated by a processor or stored to memory.
- Is the CCD in a camera considered an analog or digital device?
The CCD imager is an analog device, whose output is represented in digital form. A CCD device is basically a photon counter, whose voltage signal is directly related to how much light hits the CCD element. After a predetermined amount of time, the digital representation of these voltage levels are clocked out of a shift register, and converted to an image, or whatever the CCD device is being used for.