HSBLC License Plate Recognition 600 TVL IR WDR Camera

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Too hard to use

on 3/12/2012

IR emitters give off too much heat. Interface is hrd to use and confusing. Picture is ok but focus is already maxed out along with the zoom. Not recommended. Read More

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Product Overview

Keep an eye on the people and places you care about most with this color CCD bullet camera. Featuring imaging provided by a 1/3" SONY WDR Color CCD with HSBLC on, it delivers great video quality at 600 TV lines of resolution, which can be used to read plates on every vehicle within 14Ft distance in a daytime environment. With built in 42 IR LEDs, this camera can capture video in night vision mode up to 130' away. This bullet camera is designed for outdoor use, and can easily be mounted for the perfect viewing angle. BNC and RCA connections are used for video and power. Installation is easy and hassle free. Just plug and play.

Specifications

Manufacturer Zmodo
Mfg Part# CM-S34909BG
SKU 219459330
UPC 610074905370
UPC 14 00610074905370
Features
01. Camera Features
02. 1/3" Sony Color CCD Image Sensor
03. 600 TV Lines of High Resolution
04. 4-9mm Vari-Focal Lens
05. Highlight Suppression Back Light Compensation
06. Recognize License Plate Distinctly at any Speed
07. Popular in Parking Management, Garage, Traffic Monitoring
08. Signal: NTSC
09. Night Vision Min. Light: 0 Lux (IR On)
10. IR Irradiation Distance: 130' (40m)
11. Weatherproof: Yes
12. Operation Temperature: 14F to 122F
13. Video Connector: BNC
14. Power Connector: 12V DC
15. Wall or Ceiling Mounting
16. Built in OSD
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