(CVI-MINI-PTZ) 18x Pan Tilt Zoom Camera, Video Over Coax

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HD 1080p Pan, Tilt, Zoom Outdoor Mini Dome

Equipped with a 18x motorized optical zoom lens the camera is excellent for outdoor surveillance up to 240 feet away.

  • - 1080p 2 Megapixel CMOS Clarity
  • - 6-96mm Zoom Lens, Coaxial Control Lens
  • - Max. Night Vision 240ft, Smart IR
  • - IP66, DC12V HD
  • - Durable extreme weather rated
  • - Auto Motion Tracking

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CVI-HD Outdoor Pan-Tilt-Zoom 4" Dome Camera


  • 1080p HD 1920x10801 pixels
  • 240 Foot Night Vision
  • Outdoor Use
  • 18x Optical Zoom (6-96mm )
  • IP66 Weather Rated Housing
  • Quick connect video & power pigtail
  • TRUE Day/Night (IR Cut Filter) with DSS, 0.00 Lux
  • Auto Motion Tracking Feature

This PTZ mni dome is equipped with a 18x optical zoom lens and is a high performance HD 1080p system, ideal for professional surveillance applications. Utilizing a Sony progressive CCD sensor, this Outdoor PTZ Camera allows you to view close-up images with crisp detail from long distances. Employing an advanced pan/tilt mechanism, it provides fast, precise movement with continuous 355-degree pan and 90-degree tilt with flip. You can easily control the lens position with a mouse or a joystick to track the object you are monitoring. The day and night function makes this camera ideal for operating under diverse lighting conditions and produces up to 240 foot night vision in complete darkness.

Auto Tracking Operation

This feature is set with easy on-screen menus. The camera is set to a "Home" position which provides a wide view of the area of concern. When movement appears, such as a vehicle or individual, the camera will lock onto the object and track it until the object moves out of the camera's viewing capability. The camera then returns to its "Home" position and once again monitors for movement.

Auto Tours

The camera can be programmed to run custom tours panning, tilting and zooming up to preset locations automatically.

Camera Control

This camera can be directly controlled by a user using a desktop joystick or DVR software. The camera can also be remotely controlled through the internet or a smart phone using the remote access feature of a DVR.

Preset Alarm Positions

The camera has the ability to pan, tilt and zoom to a preset location if a specific alarm is received, such as a motion detector, door alarm or other sensor conditions. This is accomplished by connecting the sensors to the alarm inputs on the DVR and through software setting the cameras actions when the alarm is received.

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This camera requires the following cabling for operation.

  • (1) Coax cable from camera to video recorder to transmit video.
  • (1) 2 Wire data cable from the camera to the video recorder for motor and lens control of the camera.
  • (1) Local power suppler cable from a nearby power outlet to the camera.


Cable Specifications

  • Coax cable: Rg59 or RG6 95% copper sheild solid center core. Maxminum distance 1000 feet
  • Data control cable: any two wire twisted 18 or 22 gauge non-shielded wire. Maximum distance 1000 feet. We recommend using our Siamese cable. This cable has both the coax and data cable needed all in one cable.
  • Power cable: Any 18 gauge two conductor cable preferably twisted. Maximum distance 250 feet from the camera.

Camera specifications:

  • Power Consumption: Input: AC100~240V 50/60Hz; Output: DC12V±5%, 2A
  • Max Power: IR OFF:6W; IR ON: 11W
  • Synchronously: Internal
  • Pan Speed: 0.08°~240°/S
  • Tilt Speed: 0.08°~60°/S
  • Pan Rotation Range: 360° Continuous rotation
  • Tilt Rotation Range: 0°~90°(180°Automatic flip)
  • Preset: 128
  • Auto Cruise:4 groups, each group 16 presets
  • Auto-tracking function: automatically track the moving objects
  • Environment temperature: -20℃~+50℃
  • Environment humidity: Relative humidity<90%
  • Net weight: 1.213kg
  • Gross weight: 2.765kg
  • Package size: 264*248*172mm
  • Resolution: 2MP 1920*1080
  • Day/Night: Automatic
  • Min inllumination: Color: 0.01lux B/W: 0.001lux
  • Video output: 4 in 1 (AHD/CVI/TVI/CVBS)
  • IR CUT: Supported
  • Relative aperture (F.N) F2.0
  • Optical zoom lens: 18X F=6.0mm~96mm
  • View angles: 56°(W)~3.6°(T)
  • Exposure mode: Automatic
  • Focus mode: Automatic/Manual
  • Gain control: Automatic
  • Mirror function: Support
  • Image flip: Support
  • DNR: Automatic
  • Electronic shutter: 1/30s~1/10,000s
  • Contrast: Adjustable
  • Saturation: Adjustable
  • Brightness: Adjustable
  • Sharpness: Adjustable


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