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Uniview IPC3618SR3-DPF28LM-F 8MP Network IR Fixed Dome Camera IP67 DNR
The IPC3618SR3-DPF28LM-F captures video up to a resolution of 4K @ 20 FPS, which is 3840x2160 pixels. Every pixel added to your camera's picture gives you a higher image quality and more detail. So at 4K, you're going to get a crisper, cleaner, and more detailed image.
The IPC3618SR3-DPF28LM-F has a 2.8mm Fixed Lens. That means it’s fixed at one length; it can't optically zoom in and out. The longer the focal length on a fixed lens camera, the more zoomed in it is and the more close-up detail you'll be able to see. But the shorter the focal length, the wider the field of view and the more area your surveillance will cover.
This model is compliant with the NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act), meaning it's safe to use and install on U.S. government properties. It was constructed with trusted and reliable technology at its core.
Note: Uniview IP cameras will work as plug and play with Uniview NVRs. For other NVR systems, network setup is required
- Smart IR, up to 30 m (98 ft) IR distance
- 2D/3D DNR (Digital Noise Reduction)
- Ultra 265,H.265,H.264,MJPEG
- Triple streams
- ROI (Region of Interest)
- ONVIF Conformance
- Wide temperature range: -30°C ~ +60°C (-22°F ~ 140°F)
- Wide voltage range of ±25%
- 3-Axis adjustment
- NDAA Compliant
- Sensor: 1/3", 8.0 megapixel, progressive scan, CMOS
- Lens: 2.8mm@F2.0
- Angle of view(H): 112.7°
- Angle of View (V): 60.1°
- Angle of View (O): 146.5°
- Shutter: Auto/Manual, 1~1/100000 s
- Min. Illumination: Colour: 0.05 Lux (2.0, AGC ON) / 0 Lux with IR
- Day/Night: IR-cut filter with auto switch (ICR)
- Digital noise reduction: 2D/3D DNR
- S/N: >56dB
- IR Range: Up to 30m (98 ft) IR range
- Wavelength: 850nm
- IR On/Off Control: Auto/Manual
- Defog: Digital Defog
- WDR: 120dB
- Video Compression: Ultra 265, H.265, H.264, MJPEG
- H.264 code profile: Baseline Profile, Main Profile
- Frame Rate
- Main Stream:8MP (3840*2160): Max. 20 fps;5MP(2944*1656): Max. 30 fps; 4MP(2560*1440): Max. 30 fps; 2MP(1920*1080):Max. 30 fps
- Sub Stream:720P (1280*720): Max. 20 fps
- Third Stream:4CIF (704*576): Max. 20 fps
- Video Bit Rate: 128 Kbps~16 Mbps
- OSD: Up to 4 OSDs
- Privacy Mask: Up to 4 areas
- ROI: Up to 2 areas
- Motion Detection: Up to 4 areas
- White Balance: Auto/Outdoor/Fine Tune/Sodium Lamp/Locked/Auto2
- Digital noise reduction: 2D/3D DNR
- Smart IR: Support
- Flip: Normal/Vertical/Horizontal/180°
- Dewarping: NA
- HLC: Supported
- BLC: Supported
- Protocols: IPv4, IGMP, ICMP, ARP, TCP, UDP, DHCP, RTP, RTSP, RTCP, DNS, DDNS, NTP, FTP, UPnP, HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, SSL,QoS
- Compatible Integration: ONVIF (Profile S+ Profile T), API
- Client: EZStation / EZView / EZLive
- Web Browser: Plug-in required live view: IE9+, Chrome 41 and below, Firefox 52 and below
- Plug-in free live view: Chorme 57.0+, Firefox 58.0+, Edge 16+, Safari 11+
- Network 10/100M Base-TX Ethernet
- CE: EN 60950-1
- UL: UL60950-1
- FCC: FCC Part 15
- Power: 12 V DC±25%, PoE (IEEE802.3 af)
- Power: consumption: Max 5W
- Dimensions: (Ø x H) Φ126 x 94mm (Ø5.0” x 3.7”)
- Net Weight: 0.45kg (0.99lb)
- Material: Metal + Plastic
- Working Environment: -30°C ~ +60°C (-22°F ~ 140°F), Humidity: ≤95% RH(non-condensing)
- Strorage Environment: -30°C ~ +60°C (-22°F ~ 140°F), Humidity: ≤95% RH(non-condensing)
- Surge Protection: 2KV
- Ingress Protection: IP67
What is Proposition 65?
California’s Proposition 65 protects California consumers by requiring special warnings for products that contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm where those products would expose consumers to such chemicals above certain threshold levels.
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California implemented new guidelines for Proposition 65 warnings, effective August 30, 2018. These guidelines were applied to make the warnings more clear and reasonable.
Where can you get more information about Proposition 65?
Learn more from the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) site here.