Pelco DD4H36 36x Day/Night Dome Drive for Spectra IV Horizon Series (NTSC)

Pelco DD4H36 36x Day/Night Dome Drive for Spectra IV Horizon Series (NTSC)

Pelco DD4H36 36x Day/Night Dome Drive for Spectra IV Horizon Series (NTSC)

B&H # PEDD4H36 MFR # DD4H36
Pelco DD4H36 36x Day/Night Dome Drive for Spectra IV Horizon Series (NTSC)

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Product Highlights

  • Clear Video at Any Angle Day/Night
  • 540 TVL / 128x Wide Dynamic Range
  • Motion Detection
  • Electronic Image Stabilization
  • Password Protection
  • Low lux Noise Reduction
  • Autofocus & Autotracking
  • On-Screen Compass and Tilt Display
  • Image Enhancement
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The Pelco DD4H36 36x Day/Night Dome Drive for Spectra IV Horizon Series features a vertical tilt of 18° above the horizon, providing optical clarity and the ability to look up. LowLight technology allows the camera to compensate for scenes where minimal light is present. The Camera has a 128x wide dynamic range that enables the system to compensate for scenes where dramatic contrasts in lighting are present. Electronic image stabilization digitally reduces blurring of the camera image due to vibration caused by external sources such as wind and traffic.

The DD4H36 Dome Drive has an internal scheduling clock that allows for the scheduling of presets and patterns. Window blanking enables a user to configure up to 8, 4-sided, user-defined privacy areas. Password protection prevents unauthorized users from changing the system settings. Configurable on-screen compass and tilt display allow positioning of information when needed. Intuitive multi-lingual on-screen menus can be displayed in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, German, Russian, Polish, Turkish, and Czech.

Spectra IV SE Horizon’s variable speed capabilities range from a smooth, fast pan motion of 400° per second to a smooth “creep” speed of 0.1° per second. The system is capable of continuous 360° rotation and has an “auto flip” feature that allows the dome to rotate 180° and reposition itself for uninterrupted viewing of any subject that passes directly beneath the dome.

Vertical tilt of 18° above horizontal
256 presets with ±0.1° preset accuracy
400°/sec pan preset speed and 200°/sec tilt preset speed
Extended vertical angles
Multi-language menus (English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, German, Russian, Polish, Turkish, and Czech)
RJ-45 data port for software update and setup
On-screen Compass, Tilt, and Zoom display
Rotating discreet liner with sealed fixed bubble
Window Blanking: Up to 8, 4-sided, user-defined shapes
8 zones (configurable in size) can be labeled with up to 20 characters, each or set to output blank video
7 alarm inputs
1 auxiliary (Form C) relay output and 1 open collector auxiliary output (can be alternately configured to operate upon alarm)
Configurable locations of labels and on-screen displays
Freeze frame during presets
Built-in surge and limited lightning protection
Integrated passive Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) circuit
Action on Alarm: Alarms can be individually configured for 3 priority levels, to initiate a stored pattern or to go to an associated preset when received
Resume After Alarm: Allows the dome to return to a previously configured state after alarm acknowledgement or to its previous position before alarm
Multiple Park and Power-Up action
Patterns: Up to 8, on-screen, user-defined configurable patterns; includes pan, tilt, zoom, and preset functions
Proportional Pan/Tilt: Continually decreases pan/tilt speeds in proportion to the depth of zoom
Variable Scan Speed: Scan speed can be configurable between 1 to 40°/sec
Pan motion allows 0.1 to 150°/sec pan speed
Configurable limit stops for Auto, Random, and Frame Scan modes
Auto-sensing protocol (Coaxitron, RS-422 Pelco P and Pelco D) accepts competitive control protocol with a translator card (sold separately)
Digital position, zoom control, and feedback through Pelco D protocol
Built-in menu system for setup of configurable functions
"Auto Flip" rotates dome 180° at the bottom of the tilt travel
Configurable zoom speeds
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Pelco DD4H36 36x Day/Night Dome Drive for Spectra IV Horizon Series (NTSC)
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
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    Signal Format NTSC
    Scanning System 2:1 interlace / 1:1 progressive scan (user selectable)
    Image Sensor 1/4" EXview HAD
    Effective Pixels (H x V) 768 x 494
    Horizontal Resolution >540 TVL
    Lens f/1.4 (focal length, 3.3 to 119 mm)
    Zoom 36x optical, 12x digital
    Zoom Speed Optical range: 3.2/4.6/6.6 seconds
    Angle of View Horizontal: 57.2° at 3 mm wide zoom; 1.7° at 119 mm telephoto zoom
    Focus Automatic with manual override
    Sensitivity Maximum at 35 IRE
    0.55 lux at 1/60 sec (color)
    0.018 lux at 1/2 sec (color)
    0.00018 lux at 1/2 sec (B&W)
    Sync System Internal/AC line lock, phase adjustable using remote control, V-Sync
    White Balance Automatic with manual override
    Shutter Speed Automatic (electronic iris) / Manual 1/2 to 1/30,000
    Iris Control Automatic iris control with manual override
    Gain Control Automatic / Off
    Video Output 1 Vpp, 75 Ω
    Video Signal To Noise >50 dB
    Wide Dynamic Range 128x
    Pan Movement 360° continuous pan rotation
    Vertical Tilt Unobstructed +18° to -92°
    Manual Pan/Tilt Speeds Pan: 0.1 to 80°/sec manual operation, 150°/sec Turbo
    Tilt: 0.1 to 40°/sec manual operation
    Preset Speeds Pan: 400°/sec
    Tilt 200°/sec
    For variable-speed operation an appropriate controller is required. (With nonvariable speed control, Spectra IV SE Horizon pan/tilt speed is 20°/sec)
    Input Voltage 18 to 32 VAC; 24 VAC nominal
    22 to 27 VDC; 24 VDC nominal
    Input Power 24 VAC:
    23 VA nominal (without heater)
    73 VA nominal (with heater)
    24 VDC:
    0.7 A nominal (without heater)
    3 A nominal (with heater)
    Fuse 1.25 A
    Auxiliary Output 2
    Alarm Inputs 7
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