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Vaddio Sony EVI-D80 SD PTZ Camera (NTSC, White)

B&H # VASEVID80PW MFR # 999-2680-000W
Vaddio Sony EVI-D80 SD PTZ Camera (NTSC, White)

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The white Sony EVI-D80 SD PTZ Camera (NTSC) from Vaddio features a 1/4”-type CCD image sensor and an 18x optical zoom lens and is rated well in low-light conditions (0.4 lux). It has both Y/C and CVBS outputs for added flexibility. This camera is ceiling mountable and works well in a variety of SD (Standard Definition) shooting applications.

Y/C and composite video outputs
Ceiling mountable, invertible
CCD features 380,000 effective picture elements and high-sensitivity shooting
Minimum illumination required is 0.4 lux (1/60 sec)
Equipped with a bright zoom lens with 18x optical zoom
Processor provides high-resolution images
3D low-noise images can be obtained even in low-light environments using the noise-reduction function
Adopts the industry standard RS-232C interface of VISCA camera protocol in external communication and it is possible to operate from long distances by using both RS-232C and RS-422 interfaces
Can install the camera on ceilings due to the functions of high-speed and wide-range pan/tilt action and vertical image flip
Can use the infrared remote commander to set the camera and also to select panning, tilting, and zooming from the setting menu
Can store up to 6 kinds of camera direction and camera status into the camera
Video Signal NTSC
Synchronization Internal synchronization
Image Device 1/4"-type CCD
Lens 18x (optical), 12x (digital)
F = 4.1 to 73.8 mm, f/1.4 to f/3.0
Horizontal Angle (Tele to Wide): 2.8 to 48.0°
Minimum Object Distance Wide to Tele: 0.4 to 31.5" (10.0 to 800.0 mm)
Default: 11.42" (290.00 mm)
Minimum Illumination Less or equal to 0.4 lux (F1.4) with 50 IRE
Shutter Speed 1 to 10,000 sec
Video S/N Ratio More or equal to 50 dB
Pan/Tilt Horizontal
±170°
Maximum Panning Speed: 100°/sec
Vertical: 90, -20°
Maximum Tilting Speed: 90°/sec
Video Output Composite (VBS Video Out): 1 x RCA phono jack, 75 Ω unbalanced, 1 Vpp (at 75 Ω termination)
Synchronization: negative S-Video output
(Y/C Video Out): Mini DIN 4-pin type
Input/Output Control
VISCA In: Mini DIN 8-pin type, RS-232C
VISCA Out: Mini DIN 8-pin type, RS-232C
VISCA RS-422: 9-pin
Power Connector JEITA type4 (12 VDC)
Input Voltage 12 VDC (10.8 to 13.2 VDC)
Current Consumption 0.5 A maximum (at 12 VDC)
Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
Storage Temperature -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
Angle Installation: Less than ±15° to the horizontal surface
Dimensions (W x H x D) 5.71 x 6.46 x 6.46" (145.00 x 164.00 x 164.00 mm); excluding protruding parts
Weight 50.79 oz (1,440.0 g)
Remote Commander: 3.88 oz (110.00 g)
Vaddio Sony EVI-D80 SD PTZ Camera (NTSC, White)
  • MPA-AC1 AC Power Adapter (100VAC, 50/60 Hz)
  • AC Power Cord
  • RM-EV100 Remote Commander
  • Ceiling Bracket (A)
  • Ceiling Bracket (B)
  • Wire Rope
  • 8 x M3 Screw
  • VISCA RS-422 Connector Plug
  • Limited 1-Year on Warranty All Parts
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