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Products > Vari-Focal Day Night Camera > ST-IV120IR
ST-IV120IR

Specifications
Description Long Range 5~50mm Vari-focal Telephoto Day Night Camera 
Built-in Lens Auto Iris 5 ~ 50mm (1:1.6~2.4) Adjustable Natural Color IR Tele-Photo Zoom Lens
Image Sensor 1/3” SONY Super HAD Color CCD
Resolution 480 TVL
IR LEDs 120pcs of Visible 850NM
Night Visibility up to 250ft
Min. Illumination 0.1LUX at IR LED off Gain Control Auto (4dB~32dB)
Video Out 1.0Vp-p (75ohms, Composite) White Balance ATW (3,200ºK~10,000ºK)
Power Consumption DC-12V 1.5A (Max. when LEDs are on) Note: The power cable distance should not exceed 59ft (18M) from the connected camera when using the standard power cable, otherwise need to use a special power cable that offers a lower resistance over long wire runs when the power cable length needs to be extended more than 59ft (18M).
Scanning Frequency Horizontal - 15,734Hz
Vertical - 59.94Hz
Electronic Shutter NTSC (*Optional - PAL)
(Electric Shutter-1/60~1/100,000 Sec)
S/N Ratio More than 50dB (AGC off)
Housing 24hr underwater tested Weatherproof (IP=65), Rustproof, Vandalproof Effective Pixels NTSC - 410K
Camera Weight (6.17LBS) 2.8kg w/Sunshield Dimension Ø130xL195mm (Ø5.12”xL7.68”)
Operating Temperature -20ºC ~ 50ºC (-4ºF ~ 122ºF) / Humidity: 10% - 95% RH
Special Features Auto IR-LED on/off with Photo Sensor; Power Safety Mechanism
Standard Camera Set Includes Removable Metal Sunshield; DC-12V 3.0A Power Adapter; Spec Sheet
Quickstart Guide for Lens Adjustment 1. Unscrew all four of the Allen screws on the rear side of the camera using the enclosed Allen wrench and remove the housing barrel
2. Unscrew and rotate the knob on the zoom module that labeled "W<-->T" for Zoom and "None marked know" for Focus adjustment
3. Tighten back the adjustment knobs and the camera housing barrel


 
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