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DMP30IPW2 3MP STARVIS IP DOME CAMERA WITH MOTORISED LENS

DMP30IPW2 3MP STARVIS IP DOME CAMERA WITH MOTORISED LENS

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Features

  • Sony 1/2.8" 2.07 Mega pixel Progressive Scan TWDR Exmor CMOS Sensor
  • Sony IMX290 Starvis Sensor
    Amazing low light performance!
  • 2.8-12mm lens
    Provides a 92° to 28° view
  • Resolution: 2048×1536
  • Built-in intelligence
  • H.265 encoding
    Compared to H.264, the new H.265 encoding on the Doss CCTV cameras provide 40-50% reduction in bit rate. Which means you get to store more footage without sacrificing video quality!
  • T-WDR — True Wide Dynamic Range
    Unlike software based digital WDR implementations, T-WDR is sensor based and provides extremely wide dynamic range
  • 0 Lux with IR On
  • DSP: HI3516D+IMX290
  • 25-30m IR (12x IR LEDs)
  • Easy setup remote viewing for PC, Mac, iOS, and Android
  • MicroSD slot for self-recording
  • Vandal proof and IP66 + IK10
    The DMP30IP is extra tough with extra impact protection!
  • PoE (Power over Ethernet) DC12V
  • SNR: =50db

Motorized lenses

These lenses are designed for integration into bullet and dome cameras.  The focus and zoom motors allow user control of the focus and zoom functions remotely without direct handling of the lens itself. 

Built-in intelligence

The new Doss cameras are smarter. Real smart. Whether you want to make sure a particular object has been removed or not or whether you need to know how many people have walked into your shop, the new Doss IQ range cameras have it all.

Here are some of the intelligent analysis baked into the cameras:

  • Target count
  • Area detection
  • Object detection
  • Virtual Guard

Connections

  • [DC] 12V DC power input
  • [RJ45] Ethernet port
  • [BNC] Analogue video out
  • Audio input/output
  • Alarm input/output

STARVIS

The STARVIS is back-illuminated pixel technology developed by Sony used in CMOS image sensors for surveillance camera applications. It features a sensitivity of 2000 mV or more per 1 µm2 (colour product, when imaging with a 706 cd/m2 light source, F5.6 in 1 s accumulation equivalent), and realizes high picture quality in the visible-light and near infrared light regions.

STARVIS

 

Specifications

CAMERA

Image sensor

1/2.8″ SONY 3.21MP Progressive Scan TWDR IMX290 Exmor CMOS

Min. illumination

0 Lux/F1.4 (IR ON)
Colour: 0.05 Lux/F1.4
B/W: 0.0005 Lux/F1.4

IR distance

25-30m (12 x IR LEDs)

Electronic shutter

Auto/Manual (1/25~1/10000), FLK

Day/ Night

ICR switch, auto, colour, B/W, ext

Scan system

Progressive scan

Lens

2.8-12mm motorized lens

Lens interface

Φ14

S/N ratio

≥50db (AGC off)

Output

PAL/NTSC adjustable

WDR

T-WDR (120dB)

Video Parameter

Mirror, 3D noise reduction, sharpness/brightness adjustable

AUDIO/VIDEO COMPRESSION

Video compression

H.265/H.264/MJPEG

Encoding features

Dual-stream:
PAL: 1080P @25fps+ D1@25fps
NTSC: 1080P @30fps+ D1@30fps

Max. image resolution

2048X1536 pixels

Video bit rate

Constant bit rate, variable bit rate (16kbps~8000kbps)

Stream type

Complex stream/Video stream

Audio compression

G.711u

Audio bit rate

64Kbps

NETWORK

Motion detection

Single detection zone or multi-level sensitivity can be set

Privacy zones

4 zones

Snapshot

JPEG format, max. resolution based on snapshot resolution

Password protection

Character display

Support (Channel, Date)

Alarm function

Network anomaly, video tampering, motion detection etc. alarm

Intelligent analysis

  • Target count
  • Area detection
  • Object detection
  • Virtual Guard

Mobile surveillance

Apps available for iOS and Android

Protocol

TCP/IP, UDP, HTTP, DHCP, RTSP, DDNS, NTP, PPPOE, UPNP, SMTP, ONVIF

Port protocol

ONVIF, GB28181 optional

INTERFACE

Network Interface

RJ45 100M adaptive

Analog video output

1ch 1.0Vp-p complex video output

MicroSD card slot

Max 128GB

GENERAL

Operating temperature /humidity

-20°C ~ 55°C/0%-90%

Protection grade

IP66/IK10

Vandal proof

Power supply

DC12V/POE

Power consumption (max)

<7W

Dimensions (mm)

88 (H) * 117 (Ø) mm

Weight

~ 700g

 

FAQ

Are DOSS IP cameras compatible with my NAS?
As long as the surveillance software on your NAS is ONVIF compatible, the DOSS IP cameras should work just fine.

We have successfully tested on both current range of Synology and QNAP NAS models.

Just make sure that you change the port to 8000 which is the default for the ONVIF protocol.

 

The following settings will get your Doss IP cameras to connect to your Synology NAS:

 

The following settings will get your DOSS IP camera to connect to your QNAP Surveillance Station:

 

 

If your media player supports RTSP (Real-Time-Straming Protocol) then you can access the DOSS IP camera range directly.
For VLC, the following URL structure will allow you to stream your IP feed.
rtsp://IP:PORT/ch01.264?ptype=udp
Where IP is your local IP address or host name, and Port is the camera port

These aren’t the answers you’re looking for?

Read our new, dedicated NVR Frequently Asked Questions page here!

 
 

 

DOSS IP CCTV Training Session

Want to learn how to set up and use the DOSS IP CCTV products? Ben Marshall ran a training session taking you through all the important steps, and some of the features of our IP CCTV range.