The 2.1 megapixel 1080p HD-TVI + 1000 TVL CS-mount WDR box security camera offers dual resolution capabilities, supporting both HD-TVI and traditional analog technologies.
The box security camera features a 1/3″ CMOS image sensor that delivers 2.1 megapixel resolution and up to 1920 x 1080 (1080p) full-HD video with sharp, detailed images.
HD-TVI technology supports longer cable transmission distances and enables you to use existing (RG59 and Cat5/6 coax cables or most standard CCTV shielded cabling and transmits zero-latency high-definition video over standard coax.
Note: This HD-TVI security camera supports both HD-TVI and CVBS analog output making it possible to use with analog DVRs.
The CS mount camera also features the ability to also support traditional analog technology, to deliver up to 1000 TV lines (TVL) of resolution.
The 2.1 megapixel box camera offers enhanced imaging capabilities with wide dynamic range (WDR) and 3D digital noise reduction (3D-DNR) to reduce video noise and improve image quality in variable and low light conditions.
The HD-TVI camera offers convenient control of OSD settings over coax cabling, directly from an HD-TVI recorder, providing easy adjustment of camera settings, and eliminating the need for running an additional data cable.
The outdoor box camera is equipped with an IP66 weather-rated housing that provides protection from elements such as dust and dirt, along with harsh weather conditions, including rain and snow.
The outdoor security camera features a -4°F ~ 140°F extreme temperature operating range to withstand hot and cold temperatures.
The camera is also equipped with a built-in defog feature that improves camera visibility in rainy, wet, or foggy weather conditions.
The HD-TVI camera is also dual voltage capable, with the ability to operate on 12 Vdc or 24 Vac.
- (1) 2.1 megapixel 1080P HD-TVI + 1000 TVL C/CS mount WDR box camera
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Note: Camera Lens and Power supply sold separately
Key Features and Capabilities:
Megapixel Resolution – Cover more area and see more detail. Megapixel cameras can cover a larger area without compromising image quality. Megapixel resolution cameras deliver high-definition images with much greater detail. They are ideal where a greater level of detail is needed, such as for facial recognition and license plate identification.
HD-TVI Technology – High-definition video over coax. HD-TVI sends zero latency 720p or 1080p full HD video over RG59 coax cabling. HD-TVI cameras and DVRs offer the advantages of HD resolution video, but are as easy to install as standard analog CCTV equipment. HD-TVI enables longer cable runs for long distance installations, with transmission distances of up to 1600′ over RG59 coax cables.
Dual Resolution Output – Supports HD-TVI and Analog resolutions. The camera supports both HD-TVI and analog resolutions. This enables you to utilize traditional analog, or take advantage of high-definition, full-HD video, based on your application needs.
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) – Gain a clear view in diverse lighting conditions. WDR balances the contrast of light and shadow, and enables the camera to deliver clear video with near perfect exposure in harsh lighting conditions, such as in bright, dark, or backlit areas within a scene.
3D Digital Noise Reduction (3D-DNR) – Get exceptional video image quality with less noise. 3D-DNR incorporates frame-to-frame noise reduction with spatial noise reduction to produce clear video images with less noise, in low light conditions. Noise reduction is critical for video because noise affects image quality. Cameras with 3D-DNR produce sharper, more accurate video images.
Camera OSD Setting Control Over Coax – Easy control of your camera OSD settings. This device offers easy adjustment of your camera OSD settings over coax cabling, eliminating the need for running an additional data cable.
Built-in Defog – Improves visibility. The camera is equipped with a defog feature that improves viewing capabilities in rainy, dusty and foggy weather conditions.
Dual Voltage – Use both AC and DC power sources. Most video security cameras will use either 24 volts AC or 12 volts DC. This camera offers dual voltage, enabling you to use either an AC or DC power source, eliminating the worry of whether or not your power source is compatible with your security camera.