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The WTI SW720-H.264-SD-ENG Sidewinder 540TVL Outdoor IP Camera with Electric Brakes (NTSC) is a pan-tilt-zoom camera system that provides standard definition color video over an Ethernet connection, using H.264 or MJPEG video compression. The camera provides 360° continuous rotation in both the pan and tilt axes, and provides an optical zoom magnification of 35x. This camera also includes electrically operated pan and tilt motor brakes with a minimum holding torque of 300 oz/inch for maintaining the camera position when power is removed from the camera.
A self-cleaning hydrophilic coating is provided on the front lens window of the camera to ensure clear, crisp video images and to reduce maintenance. An electrically conductive Indium-Tin-Oxide coating is provided on the inside of the front lens window to prevent fogging. The Sidewinder camera operates on AC line voltages within a voltage range of 85 to 265VAC and an operating frequency of 47 to 63 Hz. Ethernet 10/100Base-T communication is used for transport of the video and control signals. The Sidewinder camera is capable of supporting an H.264 and a second H.264 or MJPEG compressed video stream simultaneously.
The camera provides Ethernet ports for support of industry standard PTZ control protocols such as Pelco D, COHU, NTCIP, ONVIF and others. Legacy support for physical camera control units can be implemented using serial port to Ethernet converters. Power and Ethernet signals are provided via a 36" long bottom egress umbilical cable bundle using an outdoor rated SJOOW #18x3 power cable, an outdoor rated shielded CAT-5e Ethernet cable and an RG-59 video cable.
0.05° preset repeatability accuracy
Electrically operated pan and tilt motor brakes for maintaining the camera position
36" long bottom egress umbilical cable
Continuous 360° rotation in both axes
35x optical zoom lens with electronic image stabilization
Hydrophilic (TiO2) 'self-cleaning' glass window
Day/night DSP camera technology
SDI output with SMPTE 259M serial digital interface output
In the Box
WTI SW720-H.264-SD-ENG Sidewinder 540TVL Outdoor IP Camera with Electric Brakes (NTSC)
Limited 2-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
1/4" Solid State Interline Transfer Progressive Scan CCD
>540 horizontal TVL (typically 540 horizontal by 340 vertical)
811 horizontal x 508 vertical (total) - 768 (H) x 494 (V) viewable
Video Output Format
1 Vpp at 75 Ω, unbalanced, NTSC
F1.4 at full wide angle and F4.2 at full telephoto (maximum)
3.3 to 119 mm
Optical: 1 to 36x Digital: 1 to 12x with smooth transition from optical to digital Combined Focal Length: 119 to 1428 mm Optical Zoom Speed: 2 sec for manual focus preset change and 4.6 sec for focus trace curve mode
Horizontal Angle of View
60.2° (wide angle) to 1.8° (tele)
Minimum Focus Distance
0.4" (1.0 mm) (wide angle) to 40.0" (101.6 cm) (tele)
Electronic: Selectable for either 5 or 10 Hz (reduces image resolution slightly)
Auto Focus System
Selectable between Auto/Manual Manual Focus Speed: Approximately 2 sec - near to far
Adjustable from 1 to 1/30,000 sec. Settings below 1/60 sec increase integration time to improve low light sensitivity with video frame store to provide continuous video output.
Electronically controlled from F1.4 to F32 to provide optimum sensor illumination for constant video output.
AGC (Automatic Gain Control)
0 to 30 dB
Auto White Balance with adjustable red and blue levels.
External Window Coating: High temperature vacuum deposited hydrophilic coating to reduce window cleaning maintenance. Internal Window Coating: Electrically conductive coating to allow energy saving direct heating of window glass to prevent fogging.
Window Heat Control: Proportionally controlled closed loop window heater drive circuit with outside temperature sensor unit to provide fog free window operation under all environmental conditions. Block Camera Heating: Temperature sensor and microprocessor controlled image sensor heater to provide reliable operation of zoom lens down to -29.2°F (-34°C).
Preset to Preset Time: Selectable between 2 and 5 sec for 180° motion in both axes
Torque: 300 oz/inch
Minimum of 64 presets, each preset to store variable data for pan position, tilt position, zoom setting, focus setting and 24 characters of titling text to be displayed when the preset is recalled. Preset titling to remain on screen until subsequent preset or camera control commands are received.
Eight tours of up to 32 presets each shall be supported. Presets may be assigned to the tours in any order and may be used multiple times within one tour.
Panning Tours: Any or all of the eight tours may be used as "panning" tours by selecting exactly two presets for the tour. The first preset selected for the tour shall set the counter-clockwise panning limit and the tilt angle for the tour, and the second preset selected shall set the clockwise panning limit for the tour. The positioning system shall pan smoothly from one preset to the other and back again until a subsequent camera command is received.
Sector Zones: Up to 16 sector zones with user settable right and left pan limits may be programmed with one line of up to 20 characters of ID titling per zone. Privacy Zones: Any Sector Zone may be utilized as a privacy zone by setting the video mode to OFF within that zone.
Provides an internal temperature warning indication on the video display
Unit is field upgradable using FLASH non-volatile memory to store programming.
-29 to 165°F (-34 to 74°C) (Conforms to NEMA TS-2 paragraphs 2.1.2, 2.1.3 and 2.1.5.)
100% relative humidity
IP-67 / NEMA-4X / ASTM-B117
Withstands exposure to sand, dust, fungus, salt atmosphere, per MIL-E-5400T, paragraph 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11, and 18.104.22.168
NEMA TS-2 paragraphs 2.1.9 and 2.2.3 using a 0.5 g amplitude signal from 5 to 30 Hz applied in each of 3 mutually perpendicular axes for 30 minutes.
NEMA TS-2 paragraphs 2.1.10 and 2.2.4 using a 10 g amplitude, 10 ms duration shock pulse in each of 3 mutually perpendicular axes.
Water Spray Immunity: IPx6 rating - IEC 60529 section 14.2.6 using a 25 gallon per minute water stream through a 12.5 mm nozzle at 9.0' (2.7 m) for 3 minutes. Water Immersion Immunity: IPx7 - IEC 60529 section 14.2.7 using an immersion depth of 3.3' (1.0 m) measured at the bottom of the camera and a duration of 30 minutes. Icing Immunity: NEMA 250-2003 section 5.6. Corrosion Immunity: NEMA 250-2003 section 5.10 and the procedure specified in ASTM-B117 Marine.
Within the limits set by FCC Regulations 47 CFR Part 15 for Class A devices.