SECO-LARM EV-2801-NKBQ IR Dome Camera 2.8~11mm Lens 540 TV Line

Vari-Focus Indoor Dome Camera with Infrared LEDs for Night Time Security
  • Vari-focus lens
  • Day or night operation with 18 infrared (IR) LEDs
  • Included bracket conceals the necessary cables
  • Tamper-resistant design



List Price: $152.20

Your Savings: $102.21

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  • Use this sophisticated dome camera wherever you need to monitor an indoor location day and night. The 3-axis gimbal mount allows you to mount the dome, then position the camera to zero in on the desired view. The dome housing is tamper resistant so you needn't fear vandals breaking the camera. The camera chip is a Sony 1/3" Super HAD II, giving 540 lines of resolution. The lens is a 2.8~11mm for focusing on just what you need to see, and has an auto-iris feature to control the amount of light, either day or night. The 18 internal IR LEDs illuminate the field of view for up to 65 feet (20m) for clear pictures in total darkness, and there's a CDS sensor to control the LEDs.

  • Specifications
    Manufacturer Seco-Larm
    Manufacturer Product No. EV-2801-NKBQ
    UPC 676544012061
    Chip 1/3" Sony Super HAD II
    Lens 2.8~11mm Auto-Iris
    Resolution 540 lines, 768x494 pixels
    Video Output 1.0V p-p composite video, 75Ω
    Minimum Illumination 0 lux
    S/N Ratio >48dB
    Shutter Control Auto Electric Shutter
    Gain Control Auto
    White Balance Auto
    Operating Voltage 12VDC 1°0%
    Current Draw
    • LEDs Off: 100mA
    • LEDs On: 250mA
    Operating Temperature -4° to 122°F (-20° to 50°C)
    Dimensions 5.25" dia x 3.75" (133 x 95mm)
    Weight 10oz (283g)
  • 1 Review

    Review of 77568 Review by 2ndFloorGenius
    Review of 77568

    The manual settings for adjusting the zoom and focus was a plus for me. It just takes some time setting the focus with hand/finger tuning. There is a minor fisheye effect to the far left and right of the lens and focus doesn't seem to be perfect but i'm satisfied for my needs. Installation is fun and simple - housing looks great. IR is too strong for my tile flooring - looks like someone is shinning a flashlight on the tile at night, but i'm sure changing the angle of the camera will solve this - which could mean relocating, re-drilling and adjusting. great wide angle! and great picture quality... bought one to see - ordering more now :

    Posted on 3/14/2012

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