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DM-650IR-F0550

700 TV Line, 5-50mm Vari-Focal Lens, Indoor/Outdoor IR Dome Camera

Gyro Sensor Built in gyro sensor for tampering alarm.
Smart IR LED Smart IR control IR LED light across the entire area to get well illuminated image.
WDR WDR allows to adjust wide range of lighting conditions in the extremely bright and dark or back-light situations.
3 Axis 3-Axis Mechanical Design allow you easily adjust every different angle.
IK10 IK10 rate vandal-proof protected against object dropped with 20 Joule intentional sabotage.
Surge With 6KV@102/700μS Differential mode for signal and 2KV @ 1.2/50μS for power surge protector, shields IP camera from surges in electrical power or lighting.
Day and Night application Removable IR-cut filter suit for Day & Night application.
IP 67 Protected from dust and against the effects of immersion in depth between 15 cm and 1 meter.
Motion Detection Motion Detection function will monitor the changes in the camera's field of view and when intruder entering the area, alarm will be triggered.


DM-650IR-F0550 is a 650 TV lines high resolution IR Dome camera with a built-in Video/Power UTP transmitter can be located up to 1000 feet away without fear of ground loops, and the video/power signals are transmitted via CAT-5 UTP or Coaxial cable.  Delivering outstanding performance over UTP or Coaxial Cable, our UTP camera selection is a strong representation of what the market has been asking for.

 
  • Anti-Headlight (HLC).
  • Mosaic Privacy Mask.
  • 650 TV Lines (Color); 700 TV Lines (B/W);  Hi-Resolution.
  • Built in 5-50 mm Vari-focus lens.
  • ATR Digital Powerful 128X WDR (52dB).
  • Vandal resistant & IP67 Waterproofing criterion.
  • Built-in 30 Pieces 12µ LED, effective range up to 25M.
  • 2D Noise Reduction.
  • IR LED optimizer function.
  • Multi-Language OSD Control.
  • Advanced Motion Detection Function.
  • Built in surge protector for best outdoor usage.
  • 300 Meters power/video transmission via Cat. 5 UTP or Coaxila cable (Optional). 
Specification
Image Device
Chipset 1/3“ SONY EXview HAD CCD II (Effio-E)
Effective Picture Elements
PAL: 1024(H)x596 (V); NTSC: 1028(H)x508(V)
Video
Horizontal Resolution
Color: 650TVL, B/W: 700TVL
Video System NTSC/PAL (Optional)
Video Output 1Vp-p output with RJ-45 connector; BNC connector type (Option)
Video Characteristic
Gamma Characteristic
0.45
Sync. System
Internal
S/N Ratio
More than 52dB (AGC Off)
Shutter Speed Control
AUTO (1/50(60) ~ 1/100,000 sec.)
Wide Dynamic Range
ATR Digital WD (ATR: Adaptive Tone-curve Reproduction)
OSD Menu Setting
Flicker Less
ON/OFF
Gain Control
Auto (4 steps)
Dynamic Noise Reduction
2D
Motion Detection
ON / OFF (24x16 Zones)
Day/Night Mode Color / B&W / AUTO / Ext
Back Light Compensation
HLC / BLC / OFF
Privacy Mask ON / OFF (8 programmable mosaic zones)
Control Parameters
Menu OSD (With an optional OSD cable control)
White Balance ATW / PUSH / USER define / ANTI CR / MANUAL / PUSH LOCK
Surge Protector
Video
Peak Inverse Blocking Voltage: VPIB= 100V; Peak Pulse Current: Ipp=44A; Clamping Voltage: 10V @ Ipp= 5A
Power
Maximum Energy: 3.6J @10/1000μs; Clamping Voltage: 16.8KA(1 Time)/8.4KA(2Times) @8/20μs (1 Time); Insulation Resistance:≧10000MΩ
Lens & IR Illuminators
Lens
5-50 mm (F1.6~F3.8) Vari-focus Lens.
Infrared Luminary
30pieces 12µ 850nm effective up to 25 meters distance for day & night application
Illumination
Minimum Illumination
Color: 0.03Lux@F1.0, B/W: 0 Lux (IR LED on)
Transmission Distance
Transmit Video / Power up to 300 meters via Cat. 5 or better UTP cable
Housing Vandal resistant housing with 3-Axis bracket
Dimension/Weight ψ101mm x 101 mm (H) / 0.82Kg
Operation
Power Consumption
IR ON: DC 24V/150mA max, IR OFF: DC 24V/25mA. AC24V optional. 
Operation Temperature -10°C ~ 50°C; Humidity 0% ~ 90% RH
Certificated
  IP67, CE, FCC, RoHS.
*Product specifications are subject to change without notice.
*All Other trademarks belong to their respective owners; UTPCam® is trademark 2009 of I-View Communication Inc.

Transmit video/power signals up to 300 meters.
Good video quality at a fraction of the cost.
Superior interference immunity.
Built-in video & power surge best for outdoor use.
Plug & Play with existing LAN Cable.
One UTP cable transmits video/power; no need power cabling again.
Lower labor costs to install vs. coaxial cable {(1) 25 pair UTP pull = (1) coaxial cable pull}.
Higher density and lower weight than coaxial cable. (1/10th the size).
Lower cost for conduit and cable trays, uses less space in cable pathways.
Significantly lower cost for low-smoke UTP vs. low-smoke coaxial cable
Can work with Hybrid (Analog + IP) CCTV system and extent IP camera transmission distance.
Easier termination than coaxial cable or optical fiber.
Central power management with UPS; no worry power failed.

 

Easier installation and less expensive than dedicate coaxial cable.

 

1 Camera 300 meters (1000 feet) Coaxial Cable UTP Cable
Signal cable 0.33 cts/foot (RG 6): $420 0.16cts/foot (PVC)   $160
Power supply cable 1 pair 24AWG 0.07cts/foot (PVC):  $70 0 -    $  0
Terminals BNC connectors x 2: $5.8 RJ45 connectors x 2:  $1.6
Cable handling $20/hour x 6 hours:  $120 $ 20/hour x 3 hours:  $60
Camera IR Camera:        $ 70 IR UTP Camera:     $90
Total $ 685.8 $310.6
    Savings of 55%


Minimizes the picture quality loss in longer-distance transmission.
The UTP transmission is useful in situations where runs longer
than a couple of hundred meters have to be made.


Item / Cable Optical Cable Coaxial Cable UTP Cable
Transfer speed Super excellent Excellent Excellent
Video transmission distance Several 10 km Max. 1 Km Max. 2.4 Km
Transfer signal Video/Data Video Video/Power/Data
Transmission equipment cost High None Low
Image quality / Distance Most excellent Normal Excellent
System expense / Distance High High Low
Characteristic impedance None 75Ω, 50Ω 100Ω
Cable expense High High Low
Cable pliability Bad Normal Excellent
Installation workability Bad Excellent Super excellent
Maintenance expense Very high Normal Low
Engineer adaptability Bad Normal Easy
Tool expense for installation Very high Normal Low
System applicability Normal Normal Super excellent

 

 

 1.  The trends in surveillance network transmission have been dramatically changing.

Early Days:

Today:

Tomorrow:

1. Coaxial dominated

2. Other technologies were used to solve problems

3. Convergence was a term in other industries

1. UTP has gained widespread acceptance

2. IP has experienced much hype, but is moving more slowly than predicted

3. All technologies growing at the expense of coax

1. Hybrid video solutions will be core to the market

2.IP will continue to experience growth

3. Convergence of IT and physical security will accelerate.

 

2. Migrating your Analog System to IP
We all realize the CCTV industry is migrating forward to an all-digital approach. The speed of that migration is dependant on performance (video quality) and cost. For similar quality, today’s IP video is still quite pricey, especially when viewed from a total cost of ownership basis. Given the current economic pressures, most end-users are confronting shrinking surveillance budgets. The good news is that you can use a structured cabling network to deploy a hybrid video system. The migration to IP does not necessarily mean your systems are limited to IP cameras on unshielded twisted pair (UTP) or fiber, or only analog cameras on coaxial. Instead, a hybrid UTP system makes the best use of a blend of analog cameras, encoders and cost effective hybrid DVRs on a structured wiring network.   To move forward in this way that supports this migration and still meets your budget and still can keep the flexible and extendable system.
 
3. Upgrade your CCTV easily to meet your future request.
Structured cabling via hybrid is an economic and intelligent choice. Labor is a big component of the cost of any installation.  When deploying an analog camera system, large cost reductions can be achieved by using a multi-pair UTP cable (25, 50, 100 pair etc.) between the IDF and MDF wiring closets. When the time is right to take the digital plunge, simply disconnect the transceivers and install the digital camera and related PoE equipment as specified with no changes needed to the cabling infrastructure. That largest part is already installed and expensed.

There are choices regarding the media used for cabling infrastructure, which lend themselves to flexible migration choices. The most common media for IP transmission is UTP. UTP will support both LANs and data centers to the next level of transmission performance and match the current highest speed offered by optical fiber. As a result, physical security networks, LANs and data centers can be upgraded today for the protocol of tomorrow, all at a better price and in a well-recognized and standard footprint.  Whether you are deploying an analog, a hybrid, or an end-to-end IP-based system, UTP is worthy of review and consideration.
 
4. Save the cabling and maintain cost, it is a cost effective solution.
Structured cabling should be used in all hybrid surveillance systems. Here, the media deployed can drive down system cost and increase product choice whether or not you are using analog or Ethernet as the transmission method for video. Structured cabling has been used in the LAN data and telecommunications world for decades. It is quick to install, easy to change and can be performance certified to an industry standard. This performance standard rating is dependent on whether Category 5e, Category 6, or augmented Category 6 components are used and EIA/TIA installation rules are followed.  Four-pair UTP is a true utility for both analog and IP surveillance system transmission. For a hybrid video system, only one pair of UTP transmit analog video, allowing the unused three pairs to be used for other things, typically power and telemetry.  When using coaxial, you would have to pull three separate wire types to get the same functionality. The same advantages of 4-pair UTP cable applies to IP based systems; a single 4-pair can transport the Ethernet IP video signal, power the camera via power over Ethernet (PoE), and control the PTZ.

 

Allow you to transmit analog video up to one mile and supplies (low cost) low-voltage camera power at distances greater than PoE.
Uses analog cameras and hybrid DVRs to provide the best of both worlds.
Stream 25/30 Frame Per Second high-resolution video with little impact to the LAN.
Only one IP address per DVR vs. multitudes of IP addresses for each camera.
Scheduled network maintenance won’t stop a hybrid system from recording.
No telemetry or video latency.
Virus protection issues are limited to the DVR instead of all the cameras.
Provides a cost effective, standards based migration path to full IP.

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