Full HD + (UTP) - Dome camera (wireless)
Video: Full HD + (UTP) - Dome camera (wireless)
Pros and cons : Full HD + (UTP) - Dome camera (wireless)
- By placing the compact size in many places. For example under the facade / gutter.
- New generation Starlight lens, which keeps the image in color longer at night
- Can also be made wireless with our Powerline adapters.
- Camera cannot zoom or rotate and must therefore be correctly adjusted during installation.
Description: Full HD + (UTP) - Dome camera (wireless)
The HD (UTP) Dome camera (wireless) is out of the line of the latest generation of CCTV surveillance cameras. This HD (UTP) Dome camera has a compact format, SMT IR LEDs, Power over Ethernet (POE) and Starlight night vision technology.
Compact housing HD (UTP) Dome camera:
The compact housing and pivotable base of this Dome camera makes it possible to mount the camera on a ceiling or wall.
New generation night vision HD (UTP) Dome camera:
By using the new generation of SMT IR LEDs and a special 'Starlight' light-sensitive lens, a superior night vision is made possible. This light-sensitive Starlight lens can film in color much longer in low light than is possible with a conventional security camera. The images are as clear in the dark as during the day and up to 20 meters night vision is possible thanks to the strong SMT LEDs.
Onvif Compatibility HD (UTP) Dome camera:
The (UTP) HD camera works with all our (UTP) HD recorders, but can also be connected to other UTP / IP systems that support the Onvif protocol.
Power over Ethernet HD (UTP) Dome camera:
The HD camera supports power over ethernet (POE) and can therefore be connected directly to our UTP HD recorders with a UTP network cable. The UTP HD recorders have a built-in POE switch which supplies the UTP HD cameras directly with power and where the image and possibly sound also run via the same cable.
Optional: Wireless operation via power network with Powerline Adapters:
With the separately available powerline adapters it is possible to make the camera work wirelessly, so that no cable has to be drawn from the recorder to the camera. The images are then sent via the power line by the Powerline adapters. You place a powerline adapter (Master) with the supplied network cable (1.5 Mtr) on the HD recorder. Next, you also place a powerline adapter (Slave) near the camera, which you also connect with the included (1.5 Mtr) network cable. It is of course possible to order longer network cables if the 1.5 meter cables are not sufficient. With this 1200M version powerline adapters it doesn't matter if the powerline adapters are connected in the same group or phase as long as they are behind the same meter cupboard.
Optional: Wireless operation via Wi-Fi with Wi-Fi client:
When there is good Wi-Fi range present at the location of the camera, it is also possible to use our Wi-Fi client with POE to establish a wireless connection between the camera and recorder. The advantage over Powerline adapters is that you do not need a receiver and transmitter, but only one Wi-Fi client with POE per camera is sufficient. You place the Wi-Fi client with POE in the socket near the camera and connect it to your router via the WPS button. No further adjustment is required to run the images over the Wi-Fi network.
1 x HD (UTP) Dome camera
1 x Screws + plugs
Specifications: Full HD + (UTP) - Dome camera (wireless)
|Camera type:||Additional camera|
|Resolution:||2048 x 1536 (1,5x Full HD)|
|View angle:||90 - 95 °|
|Nightvision:||15 - 20 Mtr|
|Filming through glass:||No|
|Video out:||UTP (POE)|
|Length cm:||9 cm|
|Height cm:||8,5 cm|
|Wide cm:||9 cm|