Sony SRG120DH/PAC4 EZ-2-Connect PTZ Camera Solution

Sony SRG120DH/PAC4 EZ-2-Connect PTZ Camera Solution
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Sony SRG-120DH Overview

The SRG120DH/PAC4 EZ-2-Connect PTZ Camera Solution from Sony includes a SRG120DH 1/2.8" CCD 12x PTZ Desktop Camera and RC4-SRG Camera Extension kit.

The SRG-120DH 12x PTZ Desktop Camera is a remote controlled high definition 1080p/60 PTZ camera with a 12x optical zoom designed for desktop use. It incorporates Sony's high-sensitivity 1/2.8" type Exmor CMOS sensor and an HDMI interface, and is equipped with View-DR dynamic range enhancement and XDNR technology. This camera is RS-232C capable and features a 12x digital zoom, with a 71° horizontal viewing angle. It is ideal for videoconferencing and remote monitoring applications.

The RemoteCam4 digital PTZ camera extension kit uses single Cat5e/6 UTP cables for extending camera signals for up to 300'. Provided threaded mounting holes on the side of the camera module allow for flexible mounting options with Sound Control Technologies Wall Mounts or custom design solutions. A rackmountable head-end module enclosure provides clean and easily terminated cabling for UTP wiring, video, control, VISCA, and power supply when deployed with Sound Control Technologies' rack shelves.

Camera's Features

High Image Quality: The camera incorporates Sony's high-sensitivity 1/2.8" type Exmor CMOS sensor and View-DR technology. The 60p shooting capability ensures smooth, reduced blur life-like images.
View-DR (Wide Dynamic Range) feature: It provides extremely wide dynamic range with full-capture Wide-D technology utilizing the Exmor CMOS sensor's high-speed readout capability and Visibility Enhancer (VE) that provides a high level of chrominance and luminance. Achieves up to 130 dB. (29.97 fps).
XDNR Technology: Reduces noise and provides clear images in both moving and still objects under low light conditions.
Camera Control: VISCA over IP technology allows for easy control of camera over IP connection.

Extender's Features

Digital video up to 1080p
RS-232 camera control
Visca Control Loop
Wired and modulated IR
Transmission distance up to 300' over a single Cat5e/6 UTP cable
UPC: 027242285095

Sony SRG-120DH Specs

Image Device1/2.8" Exmor CMOS
Lens12x optical/12x digital zoom lens
Focal Length: 3.9 (wide) to 46.8 mm (tele)
F1.8 to 2.0
Minimum Object DistanceWide End: 0.3" (10.0 mm)
Tele End: 59.0" (1500.0 mm)
Shutter Speed1/1 to 1/10000 sec (59.94 Hz system)
1/1 to 1/10000 sec (50 Hz system)
Sync SystemInternal
Exposure ControlAuto, manual, priority AE (shutter, Iris), exposure compensation, bright
White BalanceAuto, indoor, outdoor, one-push auto, ATW, manual
PanAngle: +/- 100°
Speed: 300° per sec
TiltAngle: +/- 25°
Speed: 126° per sec
Horizontal Viewing Angle71° wide
Preset Positions16 presets
Camera Control InterfaceVISCA protocol with built-in IP control
Camera Control Interface: RJ-45/RS-232C
Minimum Illumination1.8 lux (50 IRE, F1.8, 30 fps)
S/N Ratio50 dB
Video OutputHDMI
Signal System1080/59.94p, 50p, 29.97p, 25p
1080/59.94i, 50i
720/59.94p, 50.29.97p, 25p
Power Requirements12 VDC (10.8 to 13.2 V)
Power Consumption16.8 W
Operating Temperature32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
Storage Temperature-4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
Dimensions6.1 x 6.2 x 6.1" (15.3 x 15.6 x 15.3 cm)
Weight3.0 lb (1.5 kg)
Cameras SupportedSony SRG-300H, SRG-300H/W, SRG-120DH
Distance300.0' (91.4 m)
CablesSingle Cat5e/6
DimensionsRC4-HE: 3.75 x 1.50 x 3.63" (9.52 x 3.81 x 9.22 cm)
RC4-CE: 2.5 x .875 x 3.68" (6.4 x 2.2 x 9.3 cm)
WeightRC4-CE: 5.2 oz (147.4 g)
RC4-HE: 8.1 oz (229.6 g)
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Can you control this camera with your computer ...

Can you control this camera with your computer via LAN? Or is LAN access only for the controller?
Asked by: Tim
The computer would have to have a control software protocol that would properly communicate with the device.
Answered by: Bruno
Date published: 2020-06-16
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