5 Megapixel Dome IP Security Camera with 60ft Night Vision
This HD camera offers clear 5+ megapixel clarity! The housing is made for indoor and outdoor applications and meets IP66 standards ensuring excellent performance in outdoor conditions. The camera produces a large HD video format, great for facial recognition. The WDR feature provides excellent back-lighting compensation. The camera also features a 60 foot night vision system and PoE (Power over Ethernet; which allows the camera to transmit video and receive power through one network cable). Clearly one of the best performers on the market.
- 5+ Megapixel Sony Chip
- WDR, Day/Night
- Multiple Network Monitoring
- 2.8.6mm Wide Angle Lens
- 60 Ft Night Vision System
- Weather Rated: IP66
- PoE: Power over Ethernet
- Wall or Ceiling Mount
- Audio: Built-in Microphone
Camera Viewing Distance
The green chart below indicates lens viewing distances.
PoE & Power Supply
This camera is normally powered by directly connecting a Cat 5 or 6 cable from the camera to a PoE port on a NVR, DVR or PoE unit (power over ethernet, the unit is then connected to a router, modem or network port.) The single cable provides both video transmission to the NVR or network while delivering power to the camera. See PoE Units. The majority of our video recorders provide camera PoE ports for directly connecting the camera to the video recorder.
COLOR Night Vision
This camera is equipped with advanced low light and zero light night vision systems. The camera provides clear color video at night with the presence of some ambient light; such as yard lighting or nearby street lights. If the ambient light is not adequate the IR night vision system automatically turns on providing high quality black and white night vision image.
This camera automatically adjusts for the best HD image possible. The WDR feature automatically adjusts for best back lighting and exposure while the DNR function eliminates digital noise, producing extremely high quality video day and night.
Capturing License Plates
One of the most common needs our customers have is the ability to identify vehicles on or near their property. This can be achieved if you follow the rules we detail in our How To Capture License Plates Guide . It is important that these rules are followed simply because capturing a license plate is one of the most challenging tasks a video surveillance system is asked to do. But the advice included in this guide will solve the challenges and produce the desired results.
Mobile Viewing - NO MONTHLY FEES
Watch Live & Recorded Video Anywhere!
5 Minute Setup!
1 - Connect the camera to a PoE unit or NVR, then connect that to your internet modem.
2 - Download the ProVue or Cyber Secure app to your smart phone or tablet.
3 - Using your smart phone or tablet, scan the QR code on the camera or camera box. The system will automatically link the smartphone and camera for instant viewing.
FINISHED! You're now connected to the camera or video recorder. You can now access the amazingly clear, live video & recorded clips anywhere, anytime.
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