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PHCAM 600TVL CCD PINHOLE CAMERA

PHCAM 600TVL CCD PINHOLE CAMERA

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DOSS CCTV and Dome Range 2012 Sell sheet

This pinhole camera is a great discreet camera for security where obvious surveillance equipment is undesirable. At just over a few centimetres wide, this camera can be installed in just about any location. And with its 600TVL resolution resulting in high quality video, this camera really performs.

Specifications

Pick-up device 1/3” SONY Super HAD II CCD
Effective pixels NTSC:768×494, PAL:752×582
Resolution 600TVL
Min. Illumination Color: 0.02Lux, B/W: 0.002Lux/F1.2
Sync system Internal
Scan system 2:1 Interlace
Pattern PAL, NTSC
S/N ratio more than 50dB
Lens 3.7mm pinhole M12 lens
Electronic shutter Auto/Anti-flicker/Manual
WDR OFF/ON (0-63 level adjustable)
BLC HLC/BLC/OFF
White balance ATW1/ATW2/MANUAL/FIXED
DNR 2D:ON/OFF
Day&Night Auto/B/W/Color/EXT
Motion detection Off/On (4 areas)
Privacy zones Off/On (8 areas)
Mirror Off/On (horizontal mirror)
Image adjustment Contrast/Sharpness/Saturation
AGC High/Middle/Low/Off
Gamma 0.45/Custom (0.05-1.0)
OSD menu Simplified Chinese/English
Video output 1.0Vp-p Composite Video Output,
75 Ω
Power supply DC12V
Power
consumption(Max)
200mA
Operation temp -20°C ~ 50°C

 

Sony Super HAD II


Sony’s Super HAD CCD II offers improved characteristics overthe Super HAD CCD Sensor and other CCD Sensors.

  • Less space between On-chip microlenses and light sensors
  • Improved and longer life colour filters
    • Up to 100 times the life of previous colour filter
  • Larger light sensors and larger sensorapertures
    • Higher light sensitivity and improved spectral sensitivity
    • Increased sensitivity to near IR range
    • Lower noise

 
 

 

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What you need to know for new CCTV installations

Cameras

  • What does each camera need to see? i.e. how far, how wide, how much detail?
  • What are the conditions the camera needs to work in? i.e. Day or night, infra-red, indoor or outdoor?
  • How will it be mounted, and are there any style considerations?

DVRs

  • How many cameras does it need to monitor, allowing for any expansion?
  • Do you need full D1 (576 line) recording on all channels?
  • How many days of recording at what quality needs to be stored?

Cabling

  • Do you want to run coaxial + power, or CAT5E/CAT6 with baluns?

Power

  • Will you supply power locally to each camera, or have one central supply?
  • What size of UPS do they need?
  • Do you want a plug pack, wall box (needs an electrician to wire), rack-mounted supply, or power supply + video balun box in one?

Networking & Remote Access

  • Does your customer want to view their cameras remotely?