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- MODEL No.: CM-3034B (3.6mm board lens)
- Image Device: 1/3" LG B/W CCD
- Horizontal Resolution: 420 TV Line
- Minimum Illumination: 0.5 Lux
- Number of Pixels: CCIR: (H)500x(V)582; EIA: (H)510x(V)492
- Scanning System: CCIR: 625 Lines, 50 Field/Sec; EIA: 525 Lines, 60 Field/Sec
- Sync System: Internal synchronization
- Video Output: 1Vp-p 75 Ohm, negative
- Audio Output: 300mV at 600 Ohm
- White Balance: Auto
- S/N Ratio: More Than 48dB (AGC off)
- Gamma Characteristic: 0.45
- Electronic Shutter: CCIR: 1/50~1/100,000 Sec; EIA: 1/60~1/100,000 Sec, auto
- Lens Option: Pinhole lens, board lens, wide angle lens, vari-focal lens available
- Power Consumption: 12V±10%DC, 100mA
- Operation Temperature: -10℃ ~ + 50℃, RH 95% Max
- Storage Temperature: -20℃ ~ + 60℃, RH 95% Max
- Housing: Black
- Dimension: 34 x 34mm
- 1/3" LG B/W 420TVL CCD Miniature Camera
- The side of 1/3" LG B/W 420TVL CCD Miniature Camera
CCD Cameras Definition:
Definition of a CCD:
- CCD stands for Charge Coupled Device(s). They are responsible for turning RGB light into electronic RGB signals. They are usually located directly behind the lens of the camera.
Types of CCDs:
- Depending on the quality of the camera, there may be one or multiple CCDs to collect RGB data. Budget consumer cameras usually only have one CCD to process the RGB signal. Higher end cameras may have three or more, one for each Red, Blue and Green signal.
Features of the CCD:
- Multi-CCD cameras are often paired with a beam splitter or prism block which redirects the incoming white light into its respective RGB CCDs. This allows for clearer color definition.
Identification of the CCD:
- A CCD looks like a standard computer chip and it is advisable to take it out occasionally for a gentle cleaning.
Higher Quality CCDs:
- A higher quality CCD may contain millions of pixels to make the image look as vibrant as possible
- 1 x Miniature B/W Camera
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- What size monitor should I be using?
The correct size monitor is dependent on its use e.g. the number of images to be displayed at any given time, the viewing distance and the available space.
- What is the difference between simplex and duplex multiplexers?
Video multiplexers are designed to allow recording of several cameras onto one recorder.
A simplex machine is best suited to applications where recording only is the priority. Simplex machines cannot display multi screen images (i.e. quad, 9 way and 16 way split) while in the record mode.
If an operator is monitoring the system (i.e. security guard) then a duplex machine is more suitable. A duplex machine can provide screen splits and user selectable images without affecting what is recorded onto the recorder. Should you use two recorders, it becomes possible to record and playback simultaneously.
- What is the difference between Standard VHS and SVHS recordings?
In general the main difference apart from cost is the increase in overall resolution. A standard VHS machine may achieve in the region of 300 TVL (mono) whereas S-VHS machines may achieve in the region of 400 TVL. However this being achieved will depend on the correct ancillary equipment being used.