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420TVL 1/3" SONY COLOR CCD IR Waterproof Camera with Three LED Array Support 30 Meters Night Vison #00393995

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Key Features

IR Weatherproof Camera 
IR LED: 3 LED Array
IR Distance: 30M
6mm Board Lens

Sensor: 1/3 SONY super HAD CCD 420TVL
Signal system: PAL/NTSC\nViewing angle: 60 
Resolution: PAL:752(H) x582(V) 
Minimum Illumination: 0 LUX (IR on) 
Lens: 6mm f:1.2 
S/N Ratio: More than 48 Db 
Electronic shutter speed: 1/50(1/60)~1/100.000 
White balance: Auto 
IR distance: 30m 
Led wave length: 850 mm 
Weather proof: IP66 
Video out: 1.0vp-p.75O(BNC) 
Power: DC 12V± 0.5% (500mA) 
Working temperature: -10 ~ +50 Celsius


Image Sensor
Sensor Type Sony CCD,
Sensor Size 1/3 Inch,
Signal System NTSC, PAL,
Horizontal Resolution 420TVLine,
Lens (mm) 6,
Viewing Angle (Degree) 60,
Minimum Illumination (Lux) 0,
Camera - Power Supply 12,
Camera - Power Consumption (W) 6,
Camera - Operate Temperature (℃) -20℃~60℃,
Camera - Storage Temperature (℃) -20℃~60℃,
Camera - Operating Humidity (%) RH 10% ~ 95%RH,
Camera - Dimensions (L x W x D, mm) 120 x 70 x 70,
Camera - Additional Features
Camera Type Waterproof Camera,
Waterproof Yes,
Water Resistant IP66,
IR Distance (m) 30,
S/N Ratio (dB) 48,
Video Output BNC 1.0Vp-p 75Ω,
White Balance Automatic,
Backlight Compensation Automatic,
Automatic Gain Control On/Off,
Electronic Shutter 1/50-1/60,000sec,
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