Interlogix UltraView XP4 High-Resolution Vandal-Resistant Dome Camera (9 to 22 mm Al f1.4 IR corrected)

Interlogix UltraView XP4 High-Resolution Vandal-Resistant Dome Camera (9 to 22 mm Al f1.4 IR corrected)

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Interlogix UltraView XP4 High-Resolution Vandal-Resistant Dome Camera (9 to 22 mm Al f1.4 IR corrected)

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Interlogix UVD-XP4DNR-VA9 Overview

The UltraView XP4 Series High-Resolution Vandal-Resistant Dome Camera manufactured by General Electric captures high-quality surveillance images in a variety of discreet commercial applications. It provides superior WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) and delivers low light performance in one package. This easy-to-position UltraView dome camera can be wall, ceiling, pendant, or flush mounted. The camera can be rotated 360° and tilted 90° to the most desirable viewing angle using the 3-axis gimbal mounting system. Each housing comes with a captive shroud that protects the easy-to-position camera. The UltraView Dome camera comes with standard true day / night (removable IR cut filter), BNC, and UTP connections.

The UltraView XP4 Dome camera has an aluminum, vandal-resistant, IP66-rated environmental housing designed for indoor and outdoor use. It also features a polycarbonate dome for extra durability.

Utilizing a Pixim Seawolf chipset with customized Interlogix firmware, the UltraView XP4 Dome camera also offers recording devices with 690 TVL of effective total resolution. Since the UltraView XP4 Dome camera offers superior performance in a variety of conditions, it simplifies the decision-making process. The UltraView XP4 Dome WDR camera uses Pixim Seawolf technology, customized for Interlogix. Each pixel is individually optimized to show details in shadows and highlights. This WDR camera delivers usable images in the most challenging high-contrast and mixed-lighting conditions.

The UltraView XP4 Dome camera is notable for its ability to work in just about any environment. This camera performs in extreme high- and low-light situations, and is pre-configured out of the box and tailored for most security applications.

The UltraView XP4 Dome camera, with vandal- and weather-resistant characteristics, is ideal for exterior installations including shipping ports, banking institutions, and parking lots. This compact dome camera is also well-suited for indoor applications including retail environments and healthcare facilities.

WDR up to 120 dB
Excellent performance in almost any lighting condition
True day/night (removable IR cut filter)
IR-corrected varifocal lenses
Standard BNC and UTP connections
Polycarbonate dome with captive shroud for easy installation, vandal resistance and to protect the camera
Heavy-duty indoor/outdoor housing (IP66 rated)
12 VDC / 24 VAC
3-axis gimbal allows wall mounting of the dome while maintaining a level viewing horizon
Secondary video output inside the dome bubble for local test monitor during setup

Interlogix UVD-XP4DNR-VA9 Specs

Sensor1/3" Progressive Scan Pixim Seawolf
Wide Dynamic Range102 dB typical, 120 dB maximum
Signal SystemNTSC
Scanning System525/60 (NTSC)
Digital ZoomUp to 4x
SynchronizationDC internal / AC line lock
Effective Pixels (H x V)768 x 540 (NTSC)
Horizontal Resolution540 TVL (color)
Effective Resolution690 TVL-E
Sensitivity0.01 lux @ f1.2, 30 IRE
S/N Ratio>50 dB (maximum)
AGC (Automatic Gain Control)On/Off, fully programmable
Gamma Compensation0.45 NTSC
Composite Output1.0 V p-p @ 75 ohms
Frame Integration2x to 32x
MirrorHorizontal, Vertical
White BalanceATW/ATW-Extend/Manual/PTL
D/N SwitchingAuto/Manual (IR cut filter)
Lens9 to 22 mm Al f1.4 IR corrected
Auto ExposureSelectable preferences
Regulatory Approvals
Agency ApprovalFCC, CE, C-TICK, UL
Input Voltage12 VDC or 24 VAC
Power Consumption1.8 W (DC); 2.2 W (AC)
Operating Temperature-22 to 122°F (-30 to 50°C)
Weather ResistantIP66
Dimensions5.22 x 4.11" (133 x 105 mm)
WeightRugged Dome 33.8 oz (958 g)
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