Toshiba IK-7200A Day/Night Bullet Camera

Toshiba IK-7200A Day/Night Bullet Camera

Toshiba IK-7200A Day/Night Bullet Camera

B&H # TOIK7200A MFR # IK-7200A
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Product Highlights

  • 1/3" SuperHAD CCD Sensor
  • 3.7-10mm Varifocal Lens
  • Resolution up to 480TVL
  • Interlace Scanning / 32 IR LEDs
  • Night Vision up to 83' (25m)
  • Day/Night Imaging Feature
  • Backlight Compensation
  • Auto White Balance / IP66 Rated
  • Aluminum Construction
  • Indoor/Outdoor
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Toshiba IK-7200A overview

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The Toshiba IK-7200A Day/Night Bullet Camera, with a 1/3" SuperHAD CCD sensor and a 3.7mm to 10mm varifocal lens, delivers clear images at a resolution up to 480TVL. With interlace scanning, the camera ensures high-quality images in any lighting condition.

Equipped with 32 IR LEDs, the Day/Night Bullet Camera offers night vision up to a distance of 83’  (25m). Day/Night Imaging automatically drops the intensity of color in low light and allows the camera to reproduce crisp images.

Backlight Compensation adjusts video gain to correct the exposure when the object being captured is in front of a bright light. Auto White Balance adjusts the red and blue signals in the MWB mode by taking a standard white color reference to get the most natural colors.

Being IP66-rated, the Day/Night Bullet Camera is water-resistant and dust-tight, and is ideal for both indoor and outdoor installations. With an aluminum construction, the camera is resistant to corrosion, bad weather, and vandalism. The camera offers analog simplicity and is easy to install.

1/3" SuperHAD CCD sensor and a 3.7-10mm varifocal lens
Resolution up to 480TVL
Interlace scanning - ensures high-quality images in any lighting condition
32 IR LEDs - offers night vision up to a distance of 83' (25m)
Day/night imaging feature - drops the intensity of color in low light and allows the camera to reproduce crisp images
Backlight Compensation - adjusts video gain to correct the exposure when the object being captured is in front of a bright light
Auto White Balance - adjusts the red and blue signals in the MWB mode by taking a standard white color reference to get the most natural colors
IP66-rated - water-resistant and dust-tight
Ideal for indoor and outdoor installations
Aluminum construction - resistant to corrosion, bad weather, and vandalism
Offers analog simplicity and is easy to install
In the Box
Toshiba IK-7200A Day/Night Bullet Camera
  • Manual
  • Mounting Bracket
  • 3 x Mounting Screws
  • Anchor
  • Power Connector
  • Alignment Sticker
  • 1-Year Warranty
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    Toshiba IK-7200A specs

    Image Sensor 1/3" SuperHAD CCD
    Resolution 480 TV Lines, 768 (H) x 494 (V) pixels
    Scanning System Interlace
    Video System NTSC
    Sync System Internal
    Lens Varifocal, IR-corrected
    F=1.6, f=3.7-10mm
    S/N Ratio < 48dB
    Illumination IR LED ON: 0 Lux at 10 IRE
    Exposure AES
    Day/Night Yes
    White Balance AUTO: 2500° K to 9500° K
    Gain Control AUTO (27dB)
    Backlight Compensation ON (zone: center 50% x 50%)
    Gamma 0.45
    IR LED High intensity LED x 32
    IR Wavelength 850 nm
    IR Distance 83' (25 m)
    IR Under 10 lux by photocell (auto controlled)
    Video Output VBS (1V p-p, 75 ohm, BNC)
    Video Out YES (BNC cable) (NTSC)
    Temperature 14 to 122°F (-10 to 50°C)
    Minimum Illumination 30 dB (with AGC)
    Construction ADC12 Aluminum
    Protection IP66 (dust tight, resists rain and powerful water jets)
    Power Input Terminal cable and flag (+12 VDC)
    Power Requirement 12 VDC ± 10%
    Power Consumption 5.5W (Max )
    Safety & EMI FCC Class A/ICES003
    Compliant Standards RoHS
    Dimensions 3.26 x 3.4 x 8.11" / 83 x 86 x 206 mm (excluding protrusion and bracket)
    Weight 22.3 oz (632g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.9 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.417 x 4.803 x 4.646"

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