782IR camera

November 2007 Surveillance

Ease of installation is what the 05-782IR high resolution camera represents - the 782IR has a built-in aspherical varifocal 3,8-9,5 mm lens, 10 pieces infrared LEDs giving an approximate illumination distance of 15 metres indoors and automatic back light compensation. With additional features such as digital noise reduction using an embedded board (DNR); mechanically controlled infrared filter for day/night operation, producing 540 TV lines in colour mode and 590 TV lines in black and white mode; and electronic shutter speeds of 1/50 s to 1/120000 s, this camera is highly recommended for typical high-end indoor applications. The camera utilises the ever popular 1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD with HQ1 DSP technology obtaining a signal to noise ratio of more than 50 dB. Minimum illumination is 1,5 lux or 0 lux with IR on. Total size of this compact camera is 55(w) x 47(h) x 140(l) mm. The camera typically operates from a 12 V d.c. source with a maximum of 4,5 W power consumption with the infrared illumination switched on.

For more information contact Inhep Electronics, +27 (0)31 705 1373, [email protected], www.inhep.com


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