Security Camera Features

380 TV Lines
420 TV Lines
430 TV Lines
480 TV Lines
540 TV Line Camera

Television lines (TVL) is a specification of an analog camera's or monitors's horizontal resolution power. The TVL is one of the most important resolution measures in a video system. The more the TV Lines depending on the size of lens, the smaller/narrower the angle of coverage but better picture quality.

12/24 Volt Camera
DC 12V / AC 24V Dual Voltage Camera.
12 Volt Camera
DC 12 Volt Camera.
24 Volt Camera
DC 24 Volt Camera.

Indoor Camera
This camera is specifically designed for only indoor use.
Outdoor Camera
This camera is specifically designed for only outdoor use.
Indoor/Outdoor Camera
This camera is designed for either indoor or outdoor use.

Digital Day/Night
This camera has mechanical day/night functionality.
True Day/Night
This camera has digital day/night functionality.

Vari-Focal Lens
This camera is equipped with a Vari-Focal Lens.
Fixed Lens
This camera is equipped with a Fixed Lens.

In surveillance, WDR, or Wide Dynamic Range, allows a camera to filter the intense back light surrounding a subject and thus enhances the ability to distinguish features and shapes on the subject. WDR cameras are usually recommended for situations where light enters a premise from various angles such as a multi-window room. A camera placed on the inside of the room will be able to see through the intense sunlight or artificial light coming in. If an indoor security camera is pointed towards a window or an entrance door, you will see the background washed out during daytime. This is very common situation in restaurants and stores which have big glass windows.

U/L (Underwriters Laboratories Inc.) Rated
This camera is UL (Underwriters Laboratories Inc.) Listed.
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