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Swann PRO-640 Multi-Purpose Day & Night Security Camera

B&H # SWP640C Mfr # SWPRO-640CAM
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Product Highlights
  • 600 TVL & 1/3" CCD Video Sensor
  • 6mm Lens / 43° Horizontal AOV
  • IR Illumination up to 65' (20 m)
  • 24 IR LEDs / Connects to DVR or TV
  • Integrated Cable Management
  • IP67-Rated Weather-Resistant Casing
  • 4 Theft-Deterrent Stickers

The Swann PRO-640 Multi-Purpose Day & Night Security Camera, with a 1/3" CCD high-resolution video sensor and a 6mm lens with an average viewing angle of 38°, delivers clear and crisp footage at a resolution of 600 TVL. The solid weather-resistant IP67-rated aluminum casing protects the camera and ensures round-the-clock surveillance of your property.

Depending on ambient lighting, the PRO-640 Day & Night Security Camera switches from color at day to B&W at night. If lighting levels are insufficient, the camera automatically activates its 24 IR LEDs (effective up to 65' / 20 m), ensuring enhanced B&W images at night. It can be connected to a DVR for recording and storing, or to a TV’s yellow video-in socket for remotely monitoring footage. Thanks to the included bracket, the camera can be easily mounted onto walls and ceilings. Additionally, a cable management system has been integrated into the bracket for keeping the connection cables safe. It is easy to install and suitable for use in professional surveillance applications such as banks, parking lots, airports, traffic control, etc.

The included 4 theft-deterrent stickers warn intruders and thieves of your property being under surveillance by the PRO-640 camera.

1/3" CCD video sensor with 6mm lens delivers clear and crisp images at 600 TVL with horizontal and vertical viewing angles of 43° and 33° respectively
24 IR LEDs provide night vision (effective up to 65' / 20 m)
Camera switches from the color mode during daytime to the B&W mode at night depending on ambient lighting
Backlight compensation adjusts video gain to correct the exposure when the object is in front of a bright light source
Can be connected to a DVR for recording and storing or to a TV's yellow video-in socket for remotely monitoring footage
Easily mounts to walls and ceilings with cable threaded through the bracket for added protection
Theft-deterrent stickers warn intruders and thieves that your property is under surveillance
IP67-rated aluminum casing protects the camera and makes it suitable for both indoor & outdoor use
Video
Image Sensor Color 1/3" CCD
Video Quality 600 TVL
Resolution 768 x 494
Minimum Illumination 0 Lux (IR on)
Day/Night Mode Color during the daytime / switches to B&W at night
White Balance Automatic
S/N Ratio 45 dB
Gain Control Automatic
Backlight Compensation Yes
Lens 6 mm
Viewing Angle Average: 38°
Horizontal: 43°
Vertical: 33°
Night Vision
Night Vision Range Up to 65' (20 m)
IR Cut Filter No
Number of Infra-Red LEDs 24
Infra-red Wavelength 850 nm
Infra-red LED Life 10,000 hours
General
Indoor/Outdoor Both
Operating Power 12 VDC
Operation temperature -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
Construction Aluminum
Cable Length 60' (18 m)
Dimensions (HxWxD) Camera: 2 x 2 x 2.3" (50 x 50 x 60 mm)
Camera & Stand: 2.3 x 2.3 x 5.3" (59 x 59 x 137 mm)
Weight 0.51 lb (230 g)
Swann PRO-640 Multi-Purpose Day & Night Security Camera
  • Cable Managed Bracket
  • 60' (18 m) BNC Cable
  • BNC to RCA Adapter
  • Mounting Screws & Plugs
  • Operating Instructions
  • 4 x Theft-Deterrent Stickers
  • 1-Year Warranty
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