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- Image Device: 1/3-inch SONY Exview HAD CCD
- Picture Elements: PAL: 500(H) x 582(V), NTSC: 510(H) x 492(V)
- Horizontal Resolution: 420TV Lines
- Minimum Illumination: 0.01LUX/F1.2
- Lens: 4mm
- Signal System: PAL/NTSC
- S/N Ratio: More Than 48DB
- Electric Shutter: 1/50(1/60)~1/100,000sec
- Video Out: BNC,10Vp-p,75Ω
- Power Supply: DC12V
- Power Consumption: Less than 150mA
- Operating Temperature: -10℃~+50℃
- Do not touch CCD by hand
- Avoid unstable mounting area
- Use the camera under the conditions where the temperature is between -20℃~+50℃ and humidity is below 85%
- If you have trouble on installation or set-Up, please contact you seller
- This is 1/3inch SONY CCD 420TVL 0.01LUX/F1.2 Video Camera
- This is the back of camera
- This is details of the size
- This is 4mm lens
How to Clean a CCD Camera:
- Plug the camera in. If the batteries were to die while you're cleaning, the camera will automatically close on your cleaning tools and will need expensive repairs
- Read your camera's manual to find out how to lock the mirror and hold open the shutter. It may be a custom function on your camera, and your manual will describe how to do this. Each camera is slightly different
- Use an air blower to blow air onto the mirror to clean off larger particles of dust. Do not stick the air blower inside the camera. If the camera closes, or the mirror moves, it will scratch it. A foot-powered air pump works well
- Use a sensor brush to clean the camera's sensor. Only use a sensor brush if this is not the first time the camera has been cleaned. Move the brush gently from left to right, take it out and spray it off with the air brush, then stroke the sensor again. Repeat this until the sensor appears clean
- 1 x New 1/3-inch SONY 420TV Lines Digital Video Camera
- 1 x 4mm Lens
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- What is the difference no iris and auto iris?
The iris controls how much light is let into the camera lens. In the old days, cameras came with no iris control. If you needed to control the light levels you would have to purchase a special lens. Nowadays, most cameras come with automatic shutters which perform the same function as the iris - controlling how much light is let into the camera. Unless you have an application with extreme light levels (like at a beach) you probably won't need a special lens with iris control.
- Infrared camera to see in total darkness?
Economically commercialized infrared cameras, some of them are also water- resistant to be installed outdoor, can see up to 30ft distance in total darkness. If you need to see farther, you may need professional infrared illuminators but they are usually expensive and complicated to install due to its emission of heat. Infrared cameras work as ordinary video camera during daytime. Most color infrared cameras work as B/W ones at night. Minimum illumination for most B/W cameras is 0.1 lux so you do not necessarily need infrared cameras or illuminators if there is some kind of lighting.
- Is there anyway to extend the distance of video transmission for the wireless camera?
No, due to FCC limitations on transmission power. It is possible to use a high powered booster (i.e. 1 watt, 5 watt, etc.) to extend the viewing range of the wireless camera system.