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Orion Images 20PVMV Public View Display with Built-in WDR Camera

B&H # OR20PVMV MFR # 20PVMV
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Product Highlights
  • 20" Public View Monitor
  • Resolution - 640 x 480 at 75Hz
  • Contrast Ratio - 800:1
  • Brightness - 300cd/m²
  • Response Time < 25ms
  • 3D Comb Filter / De-interlace
  • Microwave Motion Sensor (10-30')
  • WDR Tilt Swivel Camera
  • 1/3" PIXIM ORCA Image Sensor
  • Optional Media Card Reader

The Orion Images 20PVMV Public View Display with Built-in WDR Camera delivers high-quality images in 16.2 million display colors at a resolution up to 640 x 480 at 75Hz. It has a contrast ratio of 800:1, a luminance of 300cd/m², and a wide viewing angle of 178°/178° that allows you to view the images clearly - may it be from room corners or when the display is mounted at a height.

With a response time of less than 25ms, the monitor displays clear images with less blurring effect. Dot crawl is reduced using the 3D comb filter to ensure a sharp picture with reduced noise. De-interlace circuitry converts interlaced video (such as common analog television signals or 1080i format HDTV signals) into a non-interlaced form. It provides auto source sequencing, and a featured multi-language offers intuitive and convenient interface for easy operation. The 20" Public View Monitor also features a Microwave motion sensor for distance ranging from 10 to 30'.

The LCD monitor with a protective acrylic shield has an enclosure made of powder coat metal. Featuring standard 100 x 100 mm VESA mounting holes, the monitor can be ceiling or wall-mounted.

With a built-in 1/3" PIXIM ORCA image sensor (Dramatic Dynamic range Sensor) and a varifocal lens (2.8-10 mm), the WDR camera delivers detailed imagery at a horizontal resolution up to 540TVL. A minimum illumination of 0.08 lux (DSS mode) at f/1.2 makes the Tilt Swivel camera suitable for low-level night time surveillance. The optional media card reader supports compact flash memory of 8 MB- 8 GB.

Public View Monitor (20")

Offers 16.2 million display colors
Delivers high-quality images at a resolution up to 640 x 480 at 75Hz
Offers a high contrast ratio of 800:1, a high brightness rating of 300cd/m², and a wide viewing angle of 178°/178° that allows you view the images clearly
Response time of less than 25ms - displays clear images with less blurring effect
Dot crawl is reduced using the 3D comb filter to ensure a sharp picture with less noise
De-interlace circuitry converts interlaced video (such as common analog television signals or 1080i format HDTV signals) into a non-interlaced form
Multi-language support offers intuitive and convenient interface for easy operation
Microwave motion sensor for distance ranging from 10 to 30'
All front acrylic LCD protective shield
Enclosure made of powder coat metal
100 x 100 mm VESA mounting holes for ceiling or wall mounting
Optional wall or ceiling mount kits

WDR Camera

Built-in 1/3" PIXIM ORCA image sensor (Dramatic Dynamic range Sensor)
Tilt Swivel design
Delivers detailed imagery at a horizontal resolution up to 540TVL
Minimum illumination 0.08 lux (DSS mode) at f/1.2 makes the camera suitable for low-level night time surveillance
Varifocal lens with a focal length ranging from 2.8-10 mm
Optional Media Card Reader
Supports compact flash memory of 8 MB-8 GB
Supporting file types - movie, music, photo, and data
Monitor
Display Screen Size: 20"
Max. Resolution: 640 x 480 @ 75Hz
Pixel Pitch: 0.637 x 0.637 mm
Brightness: 300cd/m²
Contrast Ratio: 800:1
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Viewing Angle (H/V): 178° / 178°
Display Color: 16.2 Million
Response Time: < 25ms
Video System: NTSC / PAL
Frequency (H): 31-48 KHz(H)
Frequency (V): 56-75 KHz(V)
Interface Video In/Out (BNC Type): 1/1
S-Video In/Out: 1/1
Audio In (RCA Type): 2(L + R)
Camera Out: 1
Transmitter Remote Control
Audio Built-in Speakers: 2W x 2
Features Filter Type: 3D Comb Filter
Deinterlacing
Noise Reduction

LCD Protection: All Front Acrylic Shield
Multi Language: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian
Auto Source Sequencing
Motion Sensor: Microwave Motion Sensor (10-30')
Dimensions (WxHxD) 18.93 x 18.02 x 2.92"
Weight 20.5lb (9.3kg)
Cabinet Color: Black
Material: Steel
Power Consumption: < 60W
Electrical Ratings: AC100 - 240V(50/60Hz)
Operating Temperature 32-122° F (0-50° C)
Storage Temperature -4 to 140° F (-20 to 60° C)
Camera
Camera Type WDR Camera
Design Mechanical Design: Tilt Swivel Camera
Signal System NTSC
Image Sensor 1/3" PIXIM ORCA CMOS (Dramatic Dynamic range Sensor)
Pixel System PIXIM Digital Pixel System
AGC Level 0 - 60dB
Resolution Horizontal: 540TVL
Lens Mount 2.8-10 mm Varifocal Lens(F=1.5)
Sensitivity 0.08 Lux (DSS mode) with F1.2 Lens
Electronic Shutter 1/60 - 1/10,000 sec
Mount
VESA Mount Size 100 x 100 mm (BS M4 x 10mm Screw)
Wall Mount WB-5, WB-10, WB-30, WB-31
Ceiling Mount CMK-01
Media Card Reader
Support Storage Type Compact Flash: 8MB-8GB
Microdrive / ST1 Driver: 1GB, 2GB, 4GB / 2.5GB, 5GB, 6GB, 8GB
Xd-Picture: 16MB-2GB: M-CARD, H-CARD
Multimedia Card: 8MB-4GB, MMC Plus, MMC mobile, MMC micro
Secure Digital: 8MB-2GB, miniSD, microSD (SDHC,3GB~)
Memory Stick / Duo: 4MB-128MB
Memory Stick Pro / Duo: 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB
Socket Type CF Type II, 4 in 1 Multi socket, USB socket
Support Data Type Movie: Divx3, Divx4, Divx5 (.avi) / Xvid (.avi) MPEG-1(.mpeg / .mpg) / MPEG-2(.mpeg / .mpg) / MPEG-4(.mpeg / .mpg V3 avi) / A license for Dvix / MPEG-4 decode is required / UP to 800 x 450(under 4Mbps)

Music: MPEG-2, MPEG-1 layer 2, MP3, WMA, low complexity ACC, OGG(optional) 32KHz, 44.1KHz, 48KHz, 88.2KHz, 96KHz

Photo: JPEG:- JIFF, EXIF (.jpg) Baseline JPEG:- below 5120 x 3840
Other Functions e-Book Play
Orion Images 20PVMV Public View Display with Built-in WDR Camera
  • WDR Camera
  • Remocon
  • Battery
  • VGA Cable
  • Power Cord
  • User's Guide
  • 2-year Warranty on Part
  • 2-year Warranty on Labor
  • 50000hrs Warranty on MTBF (Approx.)
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