Orion Images UHD 4K Box Type Color Camera (Lens Not Included)

Orion Images UHD 4K Box Type Color Camera (Lens Not Included)

Orion Images UHD 4K Box Type Color Camera (Lens Not Included)

B&H # ORUHDC124BSD MFR # UHDC-124BSDHC
Orion Images UHD 4K Box Type Color Camera (Lens Not Included)

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Product Highlights

  • 1/1.7" 12MP Sony Exmor R CMOS Sensor
  • 3840 x 2160p Output Resolution
  • Supports CS & C Mount Lenses
  • Supports DC Iris
  • Color or Black & White
  • OSD Menu System
  • EX-SDI, HD-SDI, HDMI, and CVBS Outputs
  • NTSC / PAL Output
  • Interface Connector Panel
  • RS 485 Control, Motion Alarm Trigger
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The Orion Images UHD 4K Box Type Color Camera supports UHD resolution and outputs UHD, Full HD, and standard definition video. It features a 1/1.7" 12MP Sony Exmor R CMOS sensor, and accepts C and CS mount lenses. The camera supports lenses with DC iris, or you can also mount and use lenses with a manual iris. The camera captures images in color and features an internal IR cut filter when shooting in color. When light levels are too low to shoot in color, the internal IR cut filter automatically moves out of the light path and the camera captures in B&W.

Navigation of the on-screen display (OSD) menu system is accomplished by a circular navigation pad on the back of the camera. Supporting 4K UHD output via a discrete EX-SDI connector, the camera also supports HD-SDI through a separate BNC. UHD output is also supported via an HDMI port, and if you require composite (CVBS) video, either NTSC or PAL, there is a two-pin output connector for that. An interface control panel allows you to hard wire RS 485 control and can trigger an alarm when the camera senses motion within the frame.

4K Output
The UHDC-124BSDHC supports 4K UHD output from its 12MP sensor. 4K is available via an HDMI and EX-SDI connector. EX-SDI is a compressed signal protocol that uses a single BNC connector that can deliver a 4K UHD signal up to nearly 500' away.
The interface panel allows you to connect a RS-485 controller (not included) for camera control. The panel also allows you to connect an alarm that can be triggered by the camera when it detects motion.
An OSD allows you to navigate the camera's menu system using the touch pad on the back of the camera.
The camera shoots in color when there is sufficient light for color recording, when light levels fall, the camera records in B&W. The internal IR cut filter moves out of the light path when shooting in B&W.
The Sony Exmor R sensor is designed especially for low light image capture. The R designation refers to the sensor being a back illuminated sensor, where the circuitry is moved to the back of the sensor allowing more light to reach the photosites.
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Orion Images UHD 4K Box Type Color Camera (Lens Not Included)
  • C-Mount Adapter
  • AC Power Supply
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
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    Signal System Supports NTSC / PAL
    Image Sensor 1/1.7" CMOS Exmor R
    Total Pixels (H x V) 4152 x 3046 (12.65 MP)
    Effective Pixels (H x V) 4152 x 2174 (9.03 MP)
    Scanning System Progressive
    Minimum Illumination Color: 0.15 Lux (1/30 sec)
    B&W: 0.01 Lux (1/30 sec)

    Color DSS: 0.0375 Lux (1/7.5 sec)
    B&W DSS: 0.002 Lux (1/7.5 sec)
    S/N Ratio >50 dB (AGC off)
    Auto Iris DC
    Lens Mount CS (C with adapter)
    Motion Activated Alert 3.3 VDC
    Power Supply 100 to 240 VDC 50/60 Hz
    Power Requirement 5 VDC (voltage tolerance: ±10%)
    Power Consumption 650 mA
    Operating Temperature 14 to 122°F / -10 to 50°C
    Operating Humidity 0 to 90% RH
    Dimensions 2.6 x 2.9 x 5.7" / 67.3 x 74.3 x 144.8 mm
    Weight 1 lb / 0.46 kg

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