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Suamoron Portable 20m Underwater Monitoring System with CCD Camera C1-20-005-01-ET-350

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What a value! You are viewing a 20m Underwater Camera Monitor Systerm.This waterproof portable underwater camera systerm is specially designed for fishing. It has a 20m long cable, it can be put in a 20m depth water to watch. And there is a TFT ...
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Specifications:

Monitor:


  • Type: Digital TFT LCD
  • Display Size: 3.5Inch
  • Display Format: 4:3
  • Power: ≤3W
  • Power Supply: DC12V
  • Video: 1 rearview video input/2AV input switch when reversing
  • System: PAL/NTSC auto switch
  • Contrast: 350:1
  • Pixel: 480 x 234
  • Installation: Install on the dashboard
  • Operating Voltage: DC9V-16V
  • Environment Humidity: 10%-90%
  • Operating Temperature: -20℃~+60℃
  • Storage Temperature: -40℃~+85℃
  • Size: 104 x 103 x 25mm / 4.1 x 4.1 x 1.0in(L x W x H)

CCD Camera:


  • Input Voltage: DC 12V
  • Image Sensor: 1/4 inch SHARP color CCD
  • Pixel Resolution: PAL: 500 x 582; NTSC: 512 x 492
  • Electronic Shutter: 1/60~1/5000 Sec
  • Lens Angular Field of View: 60 degree
  • Effective Focal Length: 6mm, 9 Light
  • Maximum Relative Aperture: F/2.0
  • Resolution: 420 TV lines
  • Video Signal Output: 1V(p-p) composite video signal at 75ohm termination
  • Power Consumption: 1 Watt
  • S/N Ratio: 40dB
  • Cable Length: 20m/65.6ft

Features:


  • See more fish, catch more fish, and have more fun fishing with this underwater camera monitor systerm 
  • You can put yourself eye to eye, right where the fish are
  • This waterproof underwater monitor systerm is specially designed for fishing
  • With 20m video cable, you can put the camera underwater 50m

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Suamoron Portable 20m Underwater Monitoring System with CCD Camera C1-20-005-01-ET-350


  • This waterproof portable underwater camera systerm is specially designed for fishing 

Suamoron Portable 20m Underwater Monitoring System with CCD Camera C1-20-005-01-ET-350


  • See more fish, catch more fish, and have more fun fishing with this underwater camera monitor systerm

Suamoron Portable 20m Underwater Monitoring System with CCD Camera C1-20-005-01-ET-350


  • This underwater camera monitor systerm provides low-light performance and deliver a great picture in any condition

Suamoron Portable 20m Underwater Monitoring System with CCD Camera C1-20-005-01-ET-350

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Suamoron Portable 20m Underwater Monitoring System with CCD Camera C1-20-005-01-ET-350
Suamoron Portable 20m Underwater Monitoring System with CCD Camera C1-20-005-01-ET-350

How to Clean an Underwater Camera?


  • As you learn how to clean an underwater camera, make sure to inspect all cover doors regularly, including the ones for the battery and USB port. These should be free from debris and anything else which may allow water to leak into the underwater camera
  • Remove any dirt or debris with a soft, lint free cloth. Take care to also remove any drops of water with the same type of cloth. This should be done both before and after each use
  • Inspect visually all waterproof casings and seals, to make sure that there are no cracks or tears. Make sure that all doors close properly, and that the camera is not damaged in any way. If there is visible damage, do not use the camera underwater until the casings are replaced
  • Fill the bucket with fresh water, making sure that it is free from any salt or other chemicals, as this could cause damage to the camera
  • Close all doors on the camera, making sure that it is securely sealed. Immerse it into the bucket, with the lens facing downwards
  • Open and close the lens cover a number of times, this is usually done by pressing the power button. This will make sure that any dirt or other obstructions are removed, preventing the lens cover from becoming stuck or damaged
  • Remove the underwater camera from the bucket of water and gently shake off any excess liquid. Dry it using a clean cloth, then leave to air dry with all of the doors open. Now you know how to clean an underwater camera