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LTS CMHT1322W-28 2.1MP 1080p Turret HD-TVI Security Camera 2.8mm IP66

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LTS CMHT1322W-28 2.1MP 1080p Turret HD-TVI Security Camera 2.8mm IP66

MPN: CMHT1322W-28
Condition: New

2.1MP High Definition
2.8mm Fixed Lens
30fps @ 1920x1080
CMOS size: 1/2.7"
24 IR LEDs up to 65ft
IR cut filter with auto switch
Weatherproof IP66
Smart IR
DC 12V
True WDR (wide dynamic range)
Low illumination, 0.01 Lux @ (F1.2, AGC ON), 0 Lux with IR
OSD Menu
Auto white balance

Lens: 2.8mm
Camera Style: Turret
Resolution: 2MP (1080p HD)
FPS: 1920x1080P@30FPS
Effective Pixels: 1928(H)*1088(V)
Min. Illumination: 0.01 Lux, 0 Lux with IR
Shutter Speed: 1/30 (1/25)s to 1/50,000s
Lens Type: Wide Angle Fixed Lens
Day & Night: ICR
Synchronization: Internal
Video Frame Rate: 1080p@30fps/ 1080p@25fps
HD Video Output: 1 Analog HD Output
S/N Ratio: More than 62dB
CMOS size: 1/2.7"
Signal System: NTSC/PAL
Weatherproof: IP66
AGC: Support
D/N Mode: Color/BW/Smart
White Balance: ATW/MWB
BLC: Support
Function: True WDR, DNR, Mirror, SMART IR
Power Supply: DC 12V
Power Consumption: Max 5W
IR Range: Up to 65ft(20m)
Dimension: 3.6” × 3.3” × 2.7." (91.0×82.6×68.3mm)
Weight: 0.8lb (350g)

Turret Camera
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