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The Arm Electronics C600 Pro-Cam Box Camera with OSD has a 1/3" Sony Super HAD II CCD image sensor for capturing sharp images at a resolution up to 600 TVL (color) and 620 TVL (B&W). A minimum illumination of 0.3 lux (color mode) and 0.01 lux (B&W mode) make the box camera suitable for low-light surveillance.
The box camera switches between color and B&W as per changes in ambient lighting, ensuring accurate color reproduction in daylight and enhanced B&W images at night. Mechanical IR cut filters increase IR sensitivity, resulting in vivid daytime color reproduction. In addition, the WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) feature yields clearly visible images in high-contrast light conditions.
Using DNR (Digital Noise Reduction), the professional box camera digitally corrects any video noise that could cause blurring or distortion. An in-line OSD control simplifies setup and various camera adjustments. Motion detection triggers an alarm when motion is detected in a designated portion of the video display. Privacy mask settings hide selected zones of the images for privacy.
The camera runs on 12 VDC or 24 VAC power and is compatible with lenses featuring video or DC-controlled auto-iris.
1/3" Sony Super HAD II CCD image sensor
Captures crisp images at a resolution up to 600 TVL (color) and 620 TVL (B&W)
Minimum illumination of 0.3 lux (color mode) and 0.01 lux (B&W mode) for low-light surveillance
Day/Night function - camera switches between color and B&W as per changes in ambient lighting
Mechanical IR cut filters for increased IR sensitivity
WDR delivers clearly visible images in high-contrast light conditions
DNR digitally corrects any video noise that could cause blurring or distortion in the images
OSD control simplifies setup and various camera adjustments
In case of any movement in the vicinity under surveillance, the motion detection sensor triggers an alarm
Privacy masking hides some portion of the image for additional security reasons
Automatic gain control - adjusts the signal strength to maintain a constant brightness level
Automatic BLC (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 by taking a standard white color reference to get the most natural colors
Compatible with lenses featuring video or DC-controlled auto-iris