Sony SSCN11A Analog Color Mini-Dome Camera with High Sensitivity (NTSC)

Sony SSCN11A Analog Color Mini-Dome Camera with High Sensitivity (NTSC)

Sony SSCN11A Analog Color Mini-Dome Camera with High Sensitivity (NTSC)

B&H # SOSSCN11A MFR # SSC-N11A
Sony SSCN11A Analog Color Mini-Dome Camera with High Sensitivity (NTSC)

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Product Highlights

  • EXview HAD CCD II Sensor
  • Effio-E Digital Processor
  • 3mm Fixed Lens
  • Resolution up to 540 TVL
  • High Sensitivity 0.55 Lux (Color)
  • Electrical Day/Night Capability
  • Adaptive Tone Reproduction
  • iBLC / Automatic Tracing White Balance
  • 2D Noise Reduction
  • Compact Design
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The Sony SSCN11A Analog Color Mini-Dome Camera with High Sensitivity (NTSC) has a compact design that makes it ideal for workplaces and other locations where discreet surveillance is required. Thanks to its 1/3-type Exview HAD CCD II sensor and Effio-E digital processor, the camera can produce crystal clear images at resolutions of up to 540 TVL.

Enhanced features enable the camera to capture detailed imagery in varying light conditions. With Electrical Day/Night capability and Adaptive Tone Reproduction, the Mini-Dome Camera can capture clear images in both low-light and bright-light conditions. To further enhance the clarity of the captured images, the iBLC feature of this camera automatically compensates for exposure levels in low-light conditions, improving image visibility and ensures that you get clear images even in challenging lighting environments.

1/3-type Super HAD CCD II sensor and an Effio-E digital processor
Provides high-quality imagery at a resolution of up to 540 TVL
Records footage even at a minimum illumination of 0.55 lux (color, 50 IRE) and 0.3 lux (B&W, 50 IRE)
Electrical Day/Night function to switch to day or night mode depending on the light level
ATR-Lite (Adaptive Tone Reproduction Lite) to compensate for gradation of subjects to an optimum level
iBLC function automatically compensates for exposure levels in low-lit conditions for capturing clear images
Automatic Tracing White Balance adjusts the cameras white balance to adapt to the changing light conditions
2D noise reduction to minimize blur or distortion in images
3-hinge structure helps you set up the camera accordingly for clear viewing at the desired angle
Low power consumption of 0.9 W (Max.)
UPC: 027242262904
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Sony SSCN11A Analog Color Mini-Dome Camera with High Sensitivity (NTSC)
  • Operating Instructions
  • Custom Template
  • 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Image Device 1/3-type Super HAD CCD II
    Number of Effective Pixels (H x V) 380,000 pixels (768 x 494)
    Signal System NTSC standard
    Horizontal Resolution 540 TVL
    S/N Ratio More than 55 dB (AGC Off)
    Minimum Illumination Color: 0.55 lux, B&W: 0.3 lux (F2.0, 50 IRE)
    Color: 0.35 lux, B&W: 0.2 lux (F2.0, 30 IRE)
    Video Output VBS: 1.0Vp-p
    Synchronization Internal lock
    Gain Control Auto (on/off)
    White Balance ATW (2000 to 10000K)
    Lens Type Fixed focal lens
    Zoom Ratio Fixed
    Horizontal Viewing Angle 95.9°
    Focal Length f=3.0 mm
    F Number F2.0
    Minimum Object Distance 15.74" (400 mm)
    Iris Fixed
    Panning Range 340°
    Tilting Range ±45.3°
    Swivel Angle 340°
    Features Day/Night: Yes (Electrical D/N)
    Noise reduction: Yes (2D NR)
    Back light compensation: Yes (iBLC)
    Automatic tone reproduction: Yes (ATR-Lite)
    Power Requirement DC12 V ±10%
    Power Consumption Max. 0.9 W
    Operating Temperature 14 to 122°F (-10 to 50°C)
    Storage Temperature -40 to 140°F (-40 to 60°C)
    Operating Humidity 20 to 80%
    Storage Humidity 20 to 95%
    Dimensions 3.3 x 2.0" (ø84 x 53 mm)
    Weight 4.4 oz (125 g)

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