- Image Sensor: 1/3SONY SUPER HAD CCD
- Effective Pixels: PAL:752(H)x582(V) NTSC: 768(H) x494(V)
- Signal System: PAL/NTSC
- Horizontal Resolution: 540TVL
- Min. Illumination: 0.8Lux
- S/N Ratio: More than 48dB
- Shutter Speed: 1/50(1/60)-1/10,000(s)
- Gain Control: Auto
- White Balance: Auto
- B/L Compensation: Auto
- Sync. System: Internal
- Board Lens: 16mm
- Video Output: 1.0Vp-p75Ω
- IR Lamps Wavelength: 850nm
- IR Distance: 70M
- Power Requirement: DC 12V 150mA(IR ON 750mA)
- Power Consumption: Day/Approx.1.8W Night/Approx.9W
- Dimensions: 152mm x 115mm x 79mm/6.0 x 4.5 x 3.1(W x D x H)
- The infrared camera allows you to actually see these differences of temperature represented in images that would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye
- IR Waterproof Camera,(IR ON)0LUX ,70M IR Distance,8pcs LED
How to Set Up a Surveillance Video Camera:
- Decide if you want an indoor or outdoor system. Indoor cameras are not weather tight and should not be exposed to extreme temperatures or moisture. Outdoor cameras are built in a protective shell.
- Choose a wired or wireless connection. A wireless system is much easy to install with no limitations on the distance between the devices and the monitor. The only issue with wireless connections is the possibility of signal interference. A wired connection will require more work, but you won't have to deal with signal interference.
- Determine camera position. It is important to place your camera in a position that will display the entire area you wish to view. Decide whether you want your camera visible or hidden. If you choose to set up a wired camera system, hiding your device and wiring will be more challenging.
- Drill holes in preparation for bracket mounting. If you are setting up more than one camera, make sure you allow enough distance in between. Test your camera or cameras by turning them on and placing them in position. View the coverage area and decide on where to drill your holes. If you are using a wired system, make sure the camera cables are long enough to connect your camera to your monitor.
- Attach brackets. Regardless of whether your camera is on the ground or on a wall, you will need to use brackets to securely position your camera. Use the screwdriver and make sure your brackets are tight and stable enough to hold your camera.
- Mount your camera. Attach your camera to the brackets. Make sure everything is secure. Remember, if you are setting up an outdoor system, your camera will be exposed to extreme weather conditions.
- Select a location for your monitor. Place your monitor in the location where you spend the most time. The surveillance camera is useless if you can't keep an eye on it.
- If you are using a wireless system, you are finished. If you are using a wired system, you will now have to run a cable from each camera to your monitor. Cables can run along door and floor edges or under a carpet. Use electrical tape or a staple gun to secure your wires. If your monitor does not have multiple plugs for your camera cables, you need to purchase a multiplexer. Plug your camera cables into the multiplexer and plug the multiplexer into the monitor.
- 1 x 1/3 inch 540TVL SONY 16MM Lens IR Waterproof Camera