The SN-IPR54/04AQDN is a 2-megapixel True Day/Night mini-bullet camera from Sunell, with a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080 at 30 fps. With two high powered Super Flux IR LEDs, the mini-bullet can capture images in total darkness at between 10 to 15 metres. Without IR illumination, the camera delivers colour images at 0.2 Lux and black and white images at 0.01 Lux.
The SN-IPR54/04AQDN supports both unicast and multicast modes, with one stream in full resolution and the second in VGA, D1, CIF or QCIF, depending on the user’s selection. The device complies with ONVIF v2.2 (Profile S), which means users have the option of recording video on the MicroSD card with a capacity of up to 64 GB, or streaming it to an NVR or video management server using H.264 or MJPEG compression.
Video analytics, such as motion detection is included, as well as Sunell’s NVR software which supports up to 64 channels depending on the users’ hardware capacity. Privacy masking is also available, with up to five masking areas configurable by the user, covering up to 8% of the image.
The mini-bullet runs off a 12 V power supply and is Power over Ethernet (PoE) compliant to make installation simpler and more environmentally friendly.
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