Pelco Sarix IMP IMP521-1IS 5MP Network Dome Camera with 3-10.5mm Lens

BH #PEIMP5211IS • MFR #IMP521-1IS
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Pelco Sarix IMP IMP521-1IS 5MP Network Dome Camera with 3-10.5mm Lens
Key Features
  • 2592 x 1944 Resolution at 15 fps
  • Mechanical IR Cut Filter
  • 3-10.5mm Lens with f/1.4 Aperture
  • 88 to 37° Horizontal Field of View
The Sarix IMP IMP521-1IS 5MP Network Dome Camera from Pelco supports video at resolutions up to 2592 x 1944 at 15 fps. It features audio input/output, and a mechanical IR cut filter. This camera has a 3-10.5mm varifocal lens with an aperture of f/1.4. It has an 85 to 37° horizontal field of view. A microSD card slot supports up to 64GB of storage. This camera is powered via PoE.
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Resolution
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Outdoor Use
NoYes
External Mic Input
NoYes
IR LEDs
NoYes
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Pelco IMP521 Overview

The Sarix IMP IMP521-1IS 5MP Network Dome Camera from Pelco supports video at resolutions up to 2592 x 1944 at 15 fps. It features audio input/output, and a mechanical IR cut filter. This camera has a 3-10.5mm varifocal lens with an aperture of f/1.4. It has an 85 to 37° horizontal field of view. A microSD card slot supports up to 64GB of storage. This camera is powered via PoE.

Autofocus motorized remote zoom lens
Motion detection and camera sabotage detection
Smart compression technology
Advanced color science and mechanical IR cut filter for increased sensitivity in low-light installations
Supports up to two simultaneous video streams and a third service stream
Connects to Pelco video management systems such as VideoXpert, Endura version 2.0 (or later), and Digital Sentry version 7.3 (or later)
Integrates with third-party systems through the open Pelco API or the ONVIF Profile S, G, and Q standards
Standard web browser interface for easy remote setup and administration
IK10 vandal resistant
UPC: 700880338407

Pelco IMP521 Specs

Camera
Sensor5 MP 1/1.8" CMOS
Focal Length3 to 10.5mm
Maximum Aperturef/1.4
ZoomOptical: 3.5x
Lens Field of ViewDiagonal: 110 to 46°
Horizontal: 88 to 37°
Vertical: 64 to 27°
IR Cut FilterMechanical
Day/NightYes
Minimum IlluminationColor: 0.03 Lux
B&W: 0.002 Lux
Shutter Speed1/30,000 to 1/5 Seconds
Camera Angle AdjustmentHorizontal: 0 to 370°
Vertical: 0 to 90°
Video
Streaming Resolution2592 x 1944 at 15 fps
Supported Video CompressionH.264, MJPEG
Multi-View StreamingYes, 2 Streams
Audio
StreamingTwo-Way
Audio FormatsG.711
Built-In MicNo
External Audio Input3.5 mm
External Audio Output3.5 mm
Networking
SecurityHTTPS, Password Protection
Supported ProtocolsDNS, FTP, GB28181, HTTP, ICMP, IGMP, IPv4/v6, LDAP, NTP, ONVIF Profile G, ONVIF Profile Q, ONVIF Profile S, QoS Layer 3 DiffServ, RTCP, RTP, RTSP, SMTP, SNMP v1/v2c/v3 (MIB-II), SSH, SSL/TLS, TCP, UDP, UPnP
System Integration
Application Programming Interface (API)Pelco API, ONVIF
AnalyticsSimple Motion Detection, Camera Sabotage Detection
Event TriggerYes
Event ActionRecording, Alarm
Data StreamingYes
Environmental
Operating Temperature14 to 131°F / -10 to 55°C
Storage Temperature-40 to 140°F / -40 to 60°C
Operating Humidity5 to 90%
IK RatingIK10
General
Recording MediamicroSD (up to 64 GB)
Pan/TiltNone
Alarm I/O1 / 1
I/O Connections1 x RJ45
1 x Power
IR IlluminatorsNone
Video Management SoftwareVideoXpert, Endura 2.0 (or Later), Digital Sentry 7.3 (or Later)
Supported LanguagesArabic
English
French
German
Italian
Korean
Portuguese
Russian
Simplified Chinese
Spanish
Turkish
CertificationsEN 50130-4, EN 55022 Class A, FCC (Part 15 Class A), ICES-003 Class A, IEC60950-1, IEC60950-22, KC, NEMA TS2, RCM, UL, cUL, as per Manufacturer
Internal StorageNone
External Storage OptionsLocal PC
Power SourcePoE 802.3af (15 W)
Power Consumption6 W
Material of ConstructionPlastic
Dimensionsø: 5.4 x H: 5.5" / ø: 13.7 x H: 14.0 cm
Weight1.76 lb / 0.8 kg
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