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The 850nm IRC182 Series Medium-Range IR Illuminator from Iluminar is designed to provide IR lighting for CCTV systems. It offers and illumination angle of 120° and has a range of up to 66'. The IP66-rated and vandal-proof IR illuminator can be used outdoors. The tempered glass panel and die-cast aluminum housing provide protection from harsh weather conditions and rapid temperature variations.
Medium-range IR illuminator for day/night CCTV cameras
850nm (semi-covert) wavelength; faint red glow visible on the illuminator only (no visible light)
Illumination distance up to 66'
120° angle of illumination
IP66 weatherproof rating
Built-in photocell IR on/off
Power consumption of 42W
12 VDC or 24 VAC input
Black powder-coated metal cylindrical case
Black powder-coated stainless steel wall mount
Iluminar IRC182-A120-24 Specs
66' (20 m)
Note: Viewing distance tested using Sony 1/3" CCD camera with 0.01 lux. To achieve the distance needed, please check your camera and lens specifications prior to purchase. IR illuminators require true day/night camera with mechanical IR cut filter. Distances realized may vary due to different camera and lens specifications.
850 nm (semi-covert) Faint red glow visible on the illuminator only (no visible light)
Number of LEDs
Metal cylindrical case with black powder-coated finish
Tempered glass panel
Black powder-coated stainless steel wall mount; adjustable via M6 Allen key (included)
The specification indicates the power consumption ...
The specification indicates the power consumption is 42 watts but it also indicates that ir draws 2 amps at 12 volts which only 24 watts or 1.5 amps at 24 volts which is 36 watts. At 12 volts it should be drawing about 3.5 amps to consume 42 watts. What are the correct figures or is it not as bright at 12V?
Asked by: David
These are the specifications as provided by the manufacturer. https://iluminarinc.com/pdf/opto/infra-red/IRC182-Series-v1.0.pdf
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