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Outdoor 1080P Dome Camera with Microphone

SKU: HD26WA

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This 1080P vandal proof dome camera includes a built-in microphone for audio capture from up to 30ft away in a room. Its 1/2.7" CMOS image sensor combined with the 3.6mm fixed lens provides a 90° angle of view, and will provide enough detail in a face to make a positive identification from 25 feet away in daylight under ideal lighting conditions. You'll be covered in total darkness as well with 165ft of smart IR that will adjust its infrared night vision levels to compensate for glare on an object that is close to the camera.

This HDCVI dome camera can be used with RG59 coax cabling that is commonly installed for analog systems while delivering FULL HD video when used with an HDCVI DVR. With HDCVI technology the line will also carry audio, so all you need is a siamese cable that carries video and power.. Its IP67 rating makes this a great camera to mount indoors or outdoors.

Features

  • 1/2.7" 2MP Progressive Scan CMOS Image Sensor
  • 3.6mm Fixed Lens for 90° Angle of View
  • 0.02 Lux in Daylight, and 0 Lux with infrared on
  • Built-in Microphone
  • Day & Night Automatic Switching
  • 165ft IR Max Distance
  • Advanced Image Features: DWDR / BLC / HLC / AGC / 2DNR / AWB
  • Dimensions 4.17" (diameter) x 3.69" (height)
  • IP67 Weatherproof for Outdoor Applications
  • 12V DC 0.5A Power Input Required

What's included?

  • (1) 1080P Dome Camera with Audio

Specifications

Resolution2 Megapixel 1080P
Image Sensor1/2.7” Progressive Scan CMOS
Frame Rate1-30 fps 1080P, 1-60fps 720P
Shutter Speed1/30 - 1/100000s
Lens3.6mm Fixed Lens
Minimum Illumination0.02 Lux, 0 Lux IR On
IR LEDs1 Super IR LED
IR Distance164ft
IR ControlAuto / Manual
Day/ NightAuto (ICR) / Manual
Backlight CompensationBLC / HLC / DWDR
White BalanceAuto, Manual
Noise Reduction2D
Video ConnectorBNC
Smart IRAuto, Manual
Video SignalHDCVI, CVBS Switchable
MicrophoneBuilt-in
Operating Temperature-40°F to +140°F
Weather ResistanceIP67
ConstructionAluminum
Dimensions4.17" x 3.69" (Diameter x Height)
Power12V DC 5W

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Return Policy30 Days Return Policy
Signal TypeHDCVI
Camera Resolution1080P
Image Sensor1/2.7" 2MP CMOS
Night Vision164ft
Lens3.6mm
Optical ZoomNo
Angle of View90°
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)DWDR
MicrophoneBuilt-in
Pan Tilt ZoomNo
Important FeaturesAudio over HDCVI signal
SD Card SlotNo
Power Input12V DC
Operating Temperature-40°F to +140°F
Dimensions4.2" x 3.69" (Diameter x Height)
Weight1 lb
Weather ProofYes, IP67
Camera ColorWhite
Video EncodingH.264
Warranty1 Year

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Which DVR systems will support this camera? HD26WA

Question by: James Groves on: 2017-07-27

This camera requires a DVR that will sense HDCVI audio streams over RG59 coax cable. That is the video conductor wire. Please see below for a list of DVRs that allow for the HDCVI audio stream to be captured over Coax cable.


4 Channel DVR with 4 Audio Inputs, DVRCF04


8 Channel DVR, 8 Audio, DVRCF08


16 Channel Tribrid DVR with 16 Audio, DVRCF16

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-07-31

How do you adjust move this type of camera, @20-30degrees to the left. Seems to be locked into position. Is there an unlock or release feature to adjust camera angle position?

Question by: Mary K on: 2017-08-11

There is an inset screw on our camera to loosen the camera body from the bottom collar.

Answer by: Tech Support on: 2017-08-11