AXIS F4005-E is an easy-to-install, vandal-resistant recessed dome sensor unit for discreet surveillance indoors, outdoors and in vehicles. The included mounting adapter enables the sensor unit to be installed on hard surfaces as well.
For use with an AXIS F Main Unit, AXIS F4005-E is ideal for retail, office and banking environments, as well as inside buses and emergency vehicles. With IP66 and IK09 ratings, the rugged sensor unit withstands dust, rain, snow, vibration, shock, impact and temperature fluctuations.
AXIS F4005-E provides a 1080p resolution and a wide 110º horizontal field of view. It has a tilt range of 120°, enabling the sensor unit to be directed to the desired viewing area. AXIS F4005-E supports Axis' Corridor Format to suit more vertically oriented areas such as staircases, hallways and aisles. A rotation tool is supplied for leveling the image. The sensor unit comes with a 12-m (39 ft.) cable for connection to a main unit.
AXIS F4005-E supports Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) - Forensic Capture, which can be activated when the sensor unit is connected to a main unit that supports this feature. WDR - Forensic Capture enables a high level of detail to be visible in both the bright and dark areas of a scene.
Vandal-resistant, recessed dome for indoor, outdoor and in-vehicle use
Fixed lens with 1080p resolution
Wide 110º horizontal field of view
Supports WDR - Forensic Capture (with AXIS F41/F44 Main Unit)
Supports Axis' Corridor Format
Name: AXIS F4005-E F Series 1080p Indoor/Outdoor Recessed Dome WDR Sensor Unit, 110° FOV, 2.8mm Fixed Lens, Axis Communications, AXIS Communications
Category: AXIS Communications, Video Surveillance, IP Cameras, Dome Cameras, Mobile & Vehicle Dash Cameras, Covert Cameras
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