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iBeam TE-CCH Heavy Duty Commercial Camera 18 IR Leds Night Vision with Hood

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$69.05 - $69.05
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iBeam TE-CCH Heavy Duty Commercial Camera with Hood

iBeams Heavy Duty Commercial Camera with Hood provides a 120 degree view with night vision giving more visibility in dark or foggy conditions.

iBeams Heavy Duty Commercial Camera with Hood provides commercial drivers with a clear 120 degree view of surroundings. This rugged camera features a 1/3 inch CMOS camera with a metal hood. Complete with 0 lux IR LED night vision and 18 IR LEDs drivers will have visibility in dark or foggy conditions. High quality metal housing and a water resistance IP69K rating ensures that it can withstand the elements during long days of driving. Designed for commercial use – this camera is functional with up to 100 feet of extension cable and includes a 4-Pin Din to RCA connector.

Specifications:

  • High quality metal housing
  • 120 degree viewing angle
  • 1/3 inch CMOS camera
  • IP69K water resistant
  • 0 lux IR LED night vision
  • Includes 4-pin Din to RCA connector
  • 18 IR LEDs
  • 2 15/16 inch W X 3 1/16 inch H X 2 3/4 inch D
  • Functional with up to 100 feet of extension cable
  • Length of Cable off of camera to 4-pin din is 15in

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