5MP HDCVI Dome with Auto-Focus Lens

Marque : STORM # pièce : INSDO5IRWUA

4 Signals over 1 Coaxial Cable

The HDCVI technology can supports up to 4 signals transmitted over coaxial cable. With the dual-way data transmission, the HDCVI camera can interact with the HCVR by alarm triggers or control signals.

Long Distance Transmission

The HDCVI technology is guarantying you a long-distance and real-time transmission without loss. The transmission supports up to 700m for 5MP HD video via coaxial cable and also up to 300m via UTP cable.

Simplicity

HDCVI technology is the best choice for investment protection. The plug and play give a full HD video surveillance without the difficulty of configuring a network. 

Multi-formats

Multiples video formats are supported by the camera, it includes HDCVI, CVBS and also HD analog formats. Those formats are switchable through OSD menu. It is compatible with HCVRs and almost all end user’s HD/SD DVRs. 

Advanced 3DNR

The technology of noise reduction 3DNR can detect and removes unwanted noises comparing two sequential frames. The 3DNR technology gives an incredible noise reduction with a low impact on the sharpness of the image even with limited lighting. The 3DNR can also save a lot of storage space and even reducing the bandwidth.

Starlight Technology

Improve your levels of security by using Starlight technology. With its optical features, Starlight technology will be able to balance all lighting throughout a scene. This will capture any coloured details regardless of the lighting conditions.

Wide Dynamic Range

WDR technology produce a high-quality picture across a wide range of light levels.

 



Vue d’ensemble
Accessoires
Assistance et Documentation
Mégapixels 5 Mégapixels
Protocole de communication HD over Coax
Forme de l'appareil Dôme
Type de lentille Auto Focus
Capteur d'image 1/2.8” à balayage progressif CMOS de 5 Mégapixels
Type de lentille Lentilles motorisées / lentilles fixes
Type de monture Type ''Board-in''
Longueur focale 2.7-13.5mm
Résolution 5MP (2592×1944)