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IN10REV 540TVL MINI VEHICLE CAMERA

The IN10REV is the perfect package for use as a vehicle reversing camera but is also small enough and has a high resolution sensor making it suitable for discrete surveillance. It features IR LEDs so that even at night, obstacles and hazards will still be visible!

Note: The image output of the IN10REV is not reversed—or flipped horizontally—as the name may suggest. Please ensure that your monitor is capable of flipping the image if the purpose is for a vehicle reversing camera

Features

  • 1/3″ SONY Super HAD II CCD
  • Resolution: 540TVL
  • Min. illumination:color: 0Lux(IR ON)
  • Electronic shutter(Auto),Day&Night,Auto white balance
  • IR distance:5~10m
  • Lightning proof, DC12V
  • Dimensions: 80(w)*76(h)*54(l)mm

 

Specifications

Pick-up device 1/3″ SONY Super HAD II CCD
Effective pixels NTSC:768*494,PAL:752*582
Resolution Color 540TVL
Min. illumination 0Lux(IR ON)
Sync system Internal
Scan system 2:1 interlace
S/N ratio more than 50dB
Lens 3.6mm pinhole Lens(2.8mm M12 lens optional)
Electronic shutter Auto
White balance ATW
Day&Night Auto
Gamma 0.45
IR distance 5-10 m(18xΦ5)
Video output 1.0Vp-p Composite Video Output, 75 Ohm
Power supply DC12V± 10%
Power consumption(Max) 320mA/DC12V(IR on)
Operation temp -20°C ~ 50°C

 
 

 

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