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The E47 1.3MP Day/Night IR Basic WDR SLLS Outdoor Bullet Camera from ACTi utilizes a 1/3" progressive scan CMOS sensor with a 2.8 to 12mm lens to capture video at a resolution of up to 1280 x 720 at 60 fps. Its 15 onboard IR LEDs enable it to capture clear images up to a distance of 49.2' even in complete darkness (0 lux). It also features basic WDR (Wide Dynamic Range), SLLS (Superior Low Light Sensitivity), and a mechanical IR-cut filter.
The basic WDR technology provides an 83.5 dB dynamic range to ensure good-quality images over a range of lighting conditions, including extreme backlight conditions. This camera allows dual streaming of real-time imagery in H.264 and JPEG formats. H.264 HP and MJPEG compression allow for optimal usage of network and storage resources. Thanks to its IP66-rated weatherproof and IK10-rated vandal-proof metal casing, the E47 bullet camera can be installed outdoors and in high-risk areas.
1.3MP progressive scan CMOS sensor capable of recording in up to 1280 x 720 at 60 fps
Day/Night functionality with superior low light sensitivity and 15 built-in IR LEDs
2.8 to 12mm / F1.4 varifocal lens
Mechanical IR cut filter
Basic WDR provides 83.5 dB dynamic range
Outdoor bullet camera housed in an IP66-rated weatherproof and IK10-rated vandal-proof metal casing
In the Box
ACTi E47 1.3MP Day/Night IR Basic WDR SLLS Outdoor Bullet Camera with 2.8 to 12mm Varifocal Lens
Video motion detection (3 regions)
External device through digital input
Notify control center; change camera settings; command other devices; email notification with snapshots; save video or snapshot to local storage; upload video, snapshot to FTP server; activate external device through digital output