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Hikvision ECT-B12F2 TurboHD 2MP Outdoor Analog HD Bullet Camera with Night Vision and 2.8mm Lens

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Hikvision ECT-B12F2 Outdoor 2mp Bullet Camera

High-performance CMOS sensor
IR cut filter with auto switch
OSD menu with configurable parameters
Auto white balance
Internal synchronization
3-axis adjustment


    • Image Sensor: 2 MP CMOS Image Sensor
    • Signal System:    NTSC
    • Effective Pixels (H x V):   1920 x 1080
    • Minimum Illumination:    Color: 0.01 Lux at f/1.2 with AGC
    • B&W: 0 Lux with IR
    • Shutter Speed:   1/50,000 to 1/25 (1/30) Seconds
    • Lens:  2.8mm
    • Field of View: Horizontal: 92°
    • Lens Mount:  M12
    • Day/Night:  IR Cut Filter
    • IR Range: 65' / 20 m
    • Synchronization:  Internal
    • Video Frame Rate: 1920 x 1080 at 30 fps /1920 x 1080 at 25 fps                               
    • S/N Ratio:   >62 dB
    • Video Output : 1 x Analog HD Output
    • Switch Button:   HD-TVI, AHD, HD-CVI, CVBS
    • Operating Temperature:   -40 to 140°F / -40 to 60°C
    • Operating Humidity:   ≤90% (Non-Condensing)
    • Power Supply:   12 VDC ±25%
    • Power Consumption:  Maximum 4 W
    • IP Rating: IP66
    • Material:  Metal
    • Dimensions:    6.5 x 2.44 x 2.28" / 165 x 62 x 58 mm

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