Invisible Glow Covert Mini IR Camera 0.00Lux 520TVL

$75.95

Weatherproof INVISIBLE Mini IR Camera, 520TVL CCTV Camera with 8PCS 940 IRs 90 deg view angle

This camera comes with high sensitive CMOS sensor, high luminous flux (F1.2) and wide view angle (90) mini lens. 8 controllable IR lamps enable the effective recording distance up to 5 meters, and surveillance area up to 100 square meters in the complete darkness. This series of products are of small volume and light weight, high stability and ultra long working life. They are very suitable for day & night hidden surveillance, project monitoring, and equipment maintenance, etc.

Main Features

  •  8 IR940invisible light lamps enable the effective night vision distance up to 5 meters;
  •  High luminous flux (F1.2) and wide view angle (90) mini lens;
  •  Surveillance area up to 100 square meters in the complete darkness;
  •  Small size, which is easy to install into narrow room and slim tube, etc.;
  •  520TVL Digital chip synthesis technology offers true color & HD video.

****NOTES: This Mini Camera doesn't come with any Bracket****

PLS USE OUR POWER SUPPLY ONLY!

IF YOU USE OTHER POWER SUPPLY,THE CAMERA WILL BE BROKEN!

Specification:
PICK UP ELEMENT Single chip 1/4 CMOS
SYSTEM NTSC
NUMBER OF PIXEL NTSC:728(H)576(V)
SENSOR DIMENSION 3.584mm(H)2.688mm(V)
HORIZONTAL RESOLUTION Approximately 520TV Lines
SENSITIVITY 0.00Lux/5m
LENS & VIEW ANGLE 0.5mm F1.2 / 90
LAMP Control 1: Light(Default) 2:On-Off 3:Self-Motion
LAMP 8 IR940
VIDEO OUT 1.0V p-p/75ohm
LED Control OUT 1:AV(Default) 2:On-Off 3:Photosensitive Resistor
WEIGHT Camera:12g
WORK CURRENT DC5V:70mA(Lamp Off)/185mA(Lamp On);
POWER REQUIREMENT DC5V
OPERATING TEMPERATURE - 10 C ~ +50C , less than 90% RH
Connection PIN1=>Red DC5V PIN2=>Black GND PIN3=>Yellow VIDEO OUT PIN4=>White LED Control OUT

Package List:

  • 1PC 520TVL Mini IR Bullet Camera
  • 1PC 5VDC Adapter

Add to Cart:

  • Model: DSC-MCV8-IR940
  • Shipping Weight: 1lbs
  • 6 Units in Stock



This product was added to our catalog on Friday 22 November, 2013.

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