Monitor an outdoor area with the white O4B7M 4MP Network Bullet Camera from Speco Technologies. This unit uses a 1/3" progressive scan CMOS sensor to capture 2592 x 1520 resolution video at 30 fps. IR LEDs provide up to 230' of night vision. The camera's 2.8-12mm motorized varifocal lens delivers a 94.2 to 29.8° horizontal field of view. Two-way audio is possible thanks to an audio input and output. Integrated PoE technology simplifies connectivity by enabling the transfer of power and data through a single cable. A built-in card slot supports microSD cards up to 128GB (available separately). This bullet camera complies with ONVIF profile T, making it compatible with a wide range of surveillance devices. A junction box is included for cable management. The camera's enclosure is IP67 rated for outdoor use.
Supports up to 4MP, 30fps
Built-in standard PoE (IEEE 802.3af)
H.265/H.264/MJPEG compression supported
True Day/Night operation (IR cut filter)
Adaptive IR LEDs reduce IR saturation
IR range: Up to 230' (depending on scene reflection)
Micro SD slot up to 128GB (card not included)
True WDR (wide dynamic range) operation
IP67 compliant, weather resistant
Junction box included
Name: Speco O4B7M 4MP Bullet IP Camera with Advanced Analytics, 2.8-12mm Lens, White, Speco Technologies
Category: Speco Technologies, Video Surveillance, IP Cameras, Bullet Cameras
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