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High Definition (HD), Outdoor, Day/Night, Network Bullet Camera
with Built-in IR illuminators and using Exmor Technology
(Software version 1.82.01 or later)
PART 2 – PRODUCTS
2.01 NETWORK CAMERA SPECIFICATIONS
Table of Contents
A. MAIN FEATURES........................................................................................ 2
B. CAMERA ..................................................................................................... 5
C. CAMERA FEATURES ................................................................................. 7
D. VIDEO ....................................................................................................... 11
E. INTELLIGENT VIDEO ANALYTICS........................................................... 16
F. AUDIO ....................................................................................................... 17
G. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS & NETWORK ............................................... 18
H. INETERFACES.......................................................................................... 21
I. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................... 23
J. REGULATORY SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................... 24
K. SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES ...................................................................... 25
L. OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES ...................................................................... 26
M. DIMENSIONS ............................................................................................ 27
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A. MAIN FEATURES:
1. High Definition (HD), Outdoor, Day/Night, Network Bullet Camera
2. 720p HD picture quality (1280 x 720 pixels maximum resolution),
supporting H.264 at 30 fps (IP)
3. 3 compression formats (H.264, MPEG-4, JPEG) and dual
streaming capability
4. Wide Dynamic range (Wide-D) equivalent to 130 dB
5. G.726 (40, 32, 24, 16 kbps)/G.711 (64 kbps) audio compression
formats
6. Minimum scene illumination of 0.22 lx in Color mode and 0 lx in
Black and White (B/W) mode (50 IRE [IP], F 1.2, View-DR Off, VE
Off, AGC High, XDNR Middle, IR illuminators On*) with built-in IR
(Infrared) illuminators.
(* B/W mode)
7. Visibility enhanced wide Dynamic Range (View-DR):
This technology shall be a combination of unique full-capture Wide
Dynamic range (Wide-D) technology, the high-speed Exmor CMOS
sensor, and Visibility Enhancer (VE) technology.
The full-capture wide dynamic range technology shall use an
electronic shutter to capture multiple images and reproduce each
frame.
One image is taken using a standard exposure time and either one
image is taken using very short exposure times.
With the advanced View-DR algorithm, all of the electrons
converted from the captured light are fully used by the imager,
which is significantly different from some other Wide-D
technologies in the industry which discard approximately half of
these electrons.
As a result, View-DR nearly doubles the sensitivity that is offered
by conventional Wide-D technologies.
The level of wide dynamic range (View-DR) setting change
automatically depends on lighting condition.
When the light level drops, the wide dynamic range (View-DR)
turns off automatically.
8. Exmor CMOS:
This sensor shall realize high quality and low noise images.
Due to its high-speed readout characteristics, this sensor is used to
capture multiple HD resolution images at a very high speed.
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9. Visibility Enhancer (VE):
This technology optimizes the brightness and color reproduction of
an image dynamically on a pixel-by-pixel basis while continuously
adapting to the scene. This method differs from the technique of
using the preset gamma curves.
Technically, this technology stretches the contrast in both the
backlit portions and the shadows within the given dynamic range,
which is different from unique wide dynamic range technologies.
This technology also contributes to the high sensitivity of the
camera.
By combining this technology with a unique noise reduction feature
named eXcellent Dynamic Noise Reduction (XDNR), the camera
can reproduce clear and bright images in very low-light conditions,
while keeping noise at a minimal level.
10. eXcellent Dynamic Noise Reduction (XDNR):
This technology reduces Auto Gain Control (AGC) noise to provide
clear images without motion blur. This also reduces image data
size.
11. XDNR and VE can be used in conjunction with each other and
shall provide approximately 4 times the sensitivity compared to the
condition where both features are set to off.
12. Intelligent Motion Detection (IMD):
This feature shall be able to minimize the number of false alarms
by eliminating environmental noise such as trees moving, ripples in
water, reflection from wet roads and gain noise to name but a few.
This is very different to other manufacturers that typically compare
just two frames together. This camera compares 15 frames
together, which ensures that only ambiguous objects moving can
trigger a real alarm.
As a result, this enables end users to focus on real events, not
suffer from loss of attention and quickly locate video that has been
recorded upon alarm activations.
13. Distributed Enhanced Processing Architecture Advanced (DEPA
Advanced):
This technology shall extend the benefits of unique conventional
intelligent video analytics and enables its functionality to be used
with third-party software vendors. Alternatively the camera can be
configured using the web interface to be a stand-alone intelligent
surveillance solution.
This means that end users get the same features as conventional
intelligent video analytics running at the edge without needing to
have any recording solution. Alarms can be activated by the
camera, video can be recorded to a built-in memory or CF memory
card (not supplied), and lights and alarms can be activated.
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14. The camera shall be compliant with the Open Network Video
Interface Forum Profile S (ONVIF Profile S) conformance.
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B. CAMERA:
1. The camera shall utilize a 1/3-type, Exmor CMOS sensor.
2. The number of effective pixels shall be approx. 1.4 Megapixels.
3. The analog video output of the camera shall be selectable from
either the NTSC or PAL standards.
4. Camera synchronization shall be Internal.
5. The camera shall require a minimum scene illumination at either
1280 x 720 or 1280 x 1024 resolution of:
Color:
0.22 lx (50 IRE [IP], F 1.2, View-DR Off, VE Off, AGC High, XDNR
Middle)
0.10 lx (30 IRE [IP], F 1.2, View-DR Off, VE Off, AGC High, XDNR
Middle)
B/W:
0 lx (50 IRE [IP], F 1.2, View-DR Off, VE Off, AGC High, XDNR
Middle, IR illuminators On)
0 lx (30 IRE [IP], F 1.2, View-DR Off, VE Off, AGC High, XDNR
Middle, IR illuminators On)
6. The camera shall have an equivalent 130 dB wide dynamic range
capability.
7. The video signal-to-noise ratio shall be more than 50 dB (AGC Off,
Weight On).
8. The camera shall have following AGC levels: Low, Middle, High
and OFF, which can be set from the settings menu.
9. The electronic shutter speed shall be set from 1 to 1/10,000
second.
10. White balance shall be ATW (approx. 2000 K to 10000 K), ATWPRO (approx. 3000 K to 5800 K), Fluorescent lamp, Mercury lamp,
Sodium Vapor lamp, Metal Halide lamp, White LED, One push WB,
or Manual.
11. The camera shall have an integrated 2.9X IR compensated DC
auto-iris type varifocal lens as a standard equipment.
12. The camera shall also have 4X digital zoom capability.
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13. The camera shall have the total zoom ratio of 11.6X with 2.9X
optical zoom and 4X digital zoom capabilities.
14. The camera shall have an Easy Focus function, which adjusts the
camera focus via the Easy Focus button on the camera control
panel or remotely via the GUI. When the camera is switched
between day and night modes, the Easy Focus function is
automatically activated to keep the camera focused.
15. The camera shall also have ZOOM and FOCUS buttons on the
camera control panel, which are used for manual adjustments of
the camera zoom and focus.
16. The camera shall also have a zoom/focus adjustment capability via
the Zoom and Focus button on the camera unit or remotely via the
GUI.
17. The viewing angle shall be:
Horizontal: 85.4˚ to 31.2˚.
18. The focal length shall be 3.1 to 8.9 mm.
19. The aperture range for the lens (F number) shall be F 1.2 (Wide) to
F 2.1 (Tele).
20. The camera shall support up to 16 preset position tours. Up to 5
tours shall be supported.
21. The camera shall have built-in IR illuminators.
22. The camera shall have built-in IR illuminators which allow for
capturing images in the complete darkness (0 lx). The camera shall
have 2 modes: ‘Sync with Day/Night’ and ‘off’. When ‘Sync with
Day/Night’ mode is selected, IR illuminators are automatically
activated when the camera switches to night mode. There shall be
6 selectable ‘Maximum Strength’ levels to control the intensity of
the IR illuminators.
23. The IR illuminators shall have a wavelength of 850 nm.
24. The IR illuminators shall be effective (50 IRE [IP]) at 30 m (98.4 ft.)
when the camera is set as follows: View-DR Off, VE Off, AGC High,
XDNR Middle.
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C. CAMERA FEATURES:
1. The camera shall have privacy zone masking which blocks out
unwanted or prohibited area within the video image to protect
privacy.
Mask colors shall be Black, any of 6 shades of Gray, White, Green,
Yellow, Red, Cyan, Magenta, and Blue.
The camera shall be capable of masking up to 8 areas. Such
capability shall be via vendor supplied SNC toolbox utility software
or the browser-based setup menu.
2. The camera shall also have an ‘Edge Storage’ function that
operates as follows:
- Capable of storing up to 120 seconds of pre-alarm and up to
7200 seconds of post-alarm images and audio on a CF memory
card.
- Record in the compression format selected for monitoring.
- Recording to this storage area can be done manually or when an
alarm is triggered.
- The trigger can be based on motion detection, VMFs, camera
tampering detection, audio detection, sensor input or network
disconnection, or a combination of those alarms using Boolean
operands such as a logical ‘AND’, ’OR’, or ‘THEN’.
- Capable of streaming the recorded data using the same protocols
as live streaming such as RTP/HTTP/TCP/IP or RTP/RTSP, so
that the user can view recorded image while recording.
- Capable of simultaneously streaming live video with recorded
video by using different sessions.
- Capable of downloading the recorded video at a variety of speed
rates such as 0.5x and 2x speed.
3. The camera shall have an internal image memory size of approx. 8
MB for buffering JPEG/MPEG-4/H.264 images and audio.
4. The camera shall be capable of pre- and post-alarm buffering.
5. The pre-/post-alarm recording capabilities using an ‘Image
memory’ function shall be as follows:
- Capable of storing several seconds of pre-alarm and post-alarm
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images when an alarm is triggered by the motion detection, VMFs,
camera tampering detection, audio detection or sensor input.
- Capable of recording image and sound files on the approx. 8 MB
of built-in memory or CF memory card (not supplied), or
transferring the files to an FTP server.
- Record in the compression format selected for monitoring.
- Have a maximum duration for pre- and post-alarm recording that
shall be dependent on the bit rate setting (for MPEG-4/ H.264) or
the picture quality and frame rate setting (for JPEG) as shown in
the following tables:
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6. The camera shall support the voice alert function, which can
automatically play an audio file stored on the camera in response
to an alarm triggered via motion detection, unique Video Motion
Filters (DEPA Advanced VMFs), camera tampering detection,
audio detection, or via a sensor input.
7. The camera shall be IP66 rated in accordance with the IEC 60529
standard.
8. The camera shall have the capability to display a wide variety of
overlays in any of 7 positions on the video image (4 corners, top,
bottom, or center of the image). The following overlays shall be
possible:
- Camera ID of up to 20 alphanumeric characters or a logo in gif
format
- Date/Time data with selectable formats such as yyyy mm dd
hh:mm:ss, mm dd yyyy hh:mm:ss, and dd mm yyyy hh:mm:ss
- Camera zoom ratio (optical and digital)
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- Actual frame rate (fps) and bit rate (bps)
- Preset position name of up to 32 alphanumeric characters
- Event -- sensor IN, IMD, VMF, camera tampering detection, audio
detection
- Character string
The following display styles shall be available: outline and
transparent, white half-transparent, black half-transparent, white,
and black backgrounds. IMD shall not be effective in the selected
superimposed areas.
The following font colors are available: Black, Blue, Red, Magenta,
Green, Cyan, Yellow and White.
The following number of characters can be superimposed:
- Up to 40 small-font characters on any of the 4 corners
- Up to 80 small-font characters on the following 3 positions: top,
bottom, and center. These overlays have precedence over the 4
corners.
- Up to 26 large-font characters on any of the 4 corners
- Up to 53 large-font characters on the following 3 positions: top,
bottom, and center. These overlays have precedence over the 4
corners.
All of overlays except the Date/Time data can be set to blink.
9. The camera web browser shall support the following languages:
English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese,
Korean, Portuguese, French, Spanish, German, and Italian.
10. The camera shall have a Smartphone viewer, which can display
the camera image and operate Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) on the
smartphone.
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D. VIDEO:
1. The supported resolutions in 1280 x 720 and 1280 x 1024 mode
are shown in the following:
2. The camera shall support the following compression formats:
JPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264.
There are 2 ‘resolution’ modes to choose from when installing a
camera: 1280 x 720 (HD) (default) or 1280 x 1024 (SXGA).
When 1280 x 720 mode (aspect ratio: 16:9) is selected, and
resolutions in 4:3 aspect ratio are chosen, the displayed image will
be stretched vertically. When 1280 x 1024 mode (aspect ratio: 5:4)
is selected, and resolutions in 16:9 aspect ratio are chosen, the
displayed image will be stretched horizontally.
3. The camera is compliant with the SMPTE 296M in terms of number
of pixels (1280 x 720) and 16:9 format.
4. The maximum frame rate capability of the camera over LAN shall
be 30 frames per second at 1280 x 720 resolution in any of the 3
codecs (H.264/MPEG-4/JPEG).
The maximum frame rate at 1280 x 1024 resolution shall be 20
frames per second in H.264, 25 frames per second in MPEG-4 and
30 frames per second in JPEG.
5. The camera shall be capable of image cropping in all compression
formats, such that only the area of interest is transmitted, to reduce
bandwidth and file storage requirements.
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6. The camera shall be capable of electronic pan/tilt/zoom or e-PTZ
during e-PTZ mode.
7. The camera shall support up to 8 preset e-PTZ positions.
8. The camera shall have an Adaptive Rate Control (ARC) function
when using MPEG-4 and H.264 compression.
This function when enabled, shall allow the camera to maintain the
frame rate at a reduced image quality when network congestion
occurs. Should network bandwidth become further restricted, the
frame rate shall then drop automatically to a suitable speed to
maintain image integrity.
9. The camera shall be capable of limiting the bandwidth from 64
kbps to 8 Mbps in MPEG-4 or H.264, and from 0.5 Mbps to an
unlimited bandwidth in JPEG.
10. JPEG compression levels shall be user selectable in 10 levels of
compression ratios, based on an image of 24 bits per picture
element (8 bits each for YUV).
11. Constant bit rate algorithm for JPEG data:
The camera shall be capable of equalizing JPEG data sizes to
have stable bandwidth utilization. Data size for each compression
level is as follows:
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12. Actual frame rate in JPEG shall be shown in the following table:
13. The camera shall have the capability of simultaneously encoding
up to 2 of the following compression formats in any combination,
including multiple instances of the same compression format:
JPEG, MPEG-4, and/or H.264.
The maximum frame rates of each combination are shown in the
following tables:
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14. The camera shall be capable of supporting up to 10 users
simultaneously over the network.
15. The camera shall have up to 6 user level settings.
The administrator shall have complete access/control of the
cameras. The other 5 levels of access can be set to limit user
privileges to functions such as viewing, changing image size, etc.
Access to functions shall be determined as shown in the following
table:
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16. The camera shall support a letter box function in 1280 x 720 mode
(aspect ratio: 16:9).
When the letter box function is enabled and resolutions in 4:3
aspect ratio are chosen, the displayed image will have mattes
(black bars) on the top and bottom of the image and will not be
stretched vertically.
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E. INTELLIGENT VIDEO ANALYTICS:
1. The camera shall incorporate a built-in unique Intelligent Motion
Detection (IMD) capability. To minimize false triggers, this
Intelligent Motion Detection shall compare the current image with
prior 15 frames within the camera. This algorithm shall allow the
camera to discriminate against some environmental noise such as
shaking leaves or Auto Gain Control maximum rate noise.
2. The camera shall incorporate Distributed Enhanced Processing
Architecture Advanced (DEPA Advanced) technology whereby the
Intelligent Motion Detection (IMD) function can be used with built-in
Video Motion Filters (VMF) to trigger alarms based on rules. The
camera shall have the following 5 VMFs, all of which can be set
from the camera setup menu:
- Appearance filter: detects objects that match the detection criteria
for objects entering into a user defined area.
- Disappearance filter: detects objects that match the detection
criteria for objects exiting a predefined area.
- Existing filter (Loitering filter): detects an object that stays within a
defined area longer than the set limit.
- Capacity filter: triggers an alert when the number of detected
objects meets or exceeds the detection criteria for object number
within the configured area.
- Passing filter or virtual borders: detects objects crossing the set
virtual borderline, going in either direction or a specified direction.
3. The camera shall have a camera tampering detection function that
alerts the operator if the camera is tampered with. Tampering can
include spraying of the camera lens, covering it with a cloth, or
changing of the mounting direction.
4. The camera shall have an audio detection function, which detects
loud sounds via an external microphone to trigger alarms or
camera actions.
The camera shall compare the detected sound with the threshold
learned from ambient noise and the frequency to minimize false
triggers. The sensitivity settings shall be Low, High and Manual (1
to 100).
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F. AUDIO:
1. The camera shall support bi-directional audio, using G.711 (64
kbps) and G.726 (40, 32, 24, 16 kbps) compression formats.
2. The camera shall be capable of storing up to 3 audio files. Audio
files shall be generated and transferred to the camera using either
the web browser or the manufacturer provided SNC audio upload
tool software.
3. The camera shall have the following audio enhancement
capabilities: Dynamic Range Compressor which automatically
controls microphone gain to optimize audio volume level, Echo
Canceller and Ambient Sound Filter to suppress constant ambient
noise.
4. The camera shall provide time stamps on the streaming audio.
Timestamps shall be inserted in the header area of the audio data.
5. Audio data shall be interleaved with video and serially transmitted
in a single session for synchronization.
6. The user shall have the ability to activate the microphone input via
the web interface.
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G. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS & NETWORK:
1. The supported operating systems shall be Microsoft Windows 8
Pro* 32 bit and 64 bit, Microsoft Windows 7 32 bit and 64 bit
(Ultimate/Professional), Microsoft Windows Vista 32 bit
(Ultimate/Business), Microsoft Windows XP 32 bit (Professional),
and Microsoft DirectX 9.0c or higher
*Software version 1.79 or later.
2. Minimum PC requirements shall be the Intel Core2 Duo Processor,
2 GHz or higher, with 1 GB RAM or more supporting 1600 x 1200
or higher resolution, 24-bit True Color display capability with
Ethernet 100Base-TX.
3. The camera shall incorporate a built-in web server, such that the
standard web browser Microsoft Windows Internet Explorer
(version 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0 or 10.0 recommended) can be used to
access the camera without need for special viewer software.
4. The following web browsers can also be used to access the
camera with the ‘Plug-in Free’ viewer: Firefox version 3.5, Safari
version 4.0 and Google Chrome version 4.0. When using these
browsers, the video is displayed in JPEG format.
5. The ‘Plug-in Free’ viewer also supports the Flash plug-in and
ActiveX viewer, the latter allowing for MPEG-4 and H.264 video
streams.
6. The camera shall support ActiveX viewer which allows the camera
image to be viewed in Internet Explorer.
The ActiveX viewer allows for recording of video and audio directly
to the PC’s hard drive, and supports direct audio from the PC mic
to the camera.
7. The camera shall be capable of generating HTML code for the
video image, allowing for easy web page integration.
8. The camera shall support Windows Desktop Gadgets and shall
allow for the ActiveX viewer to be modified.
9. The camera shall support the following network protocols:
IPv4, IPv6, TCP, UDP, ARP, ICMP, IGMP, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP
(client/server), SSL, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, NTP, RTP/RTCP, RTSP
(IPv4 only), and SNMP (v1, v2c, v3).
Network security shall be via password (basic authentication) and
IP filtering.
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10. The camera shall have the capability to stream MPEG-4 and H.264
video in TCP protocol or MPEG-4 and H.264 in UDP
(unicast/multicast) protocol.
11. The camera shall be capable of deterring brute force attacks.
The camera shall recognize a brute force attack and refuse HTTP
requests from an attacker's IP address for a preconfigured number
of seconds. The camera shall determine that a brute force attack
occurred when a client authentication error occurs 5 consecutive
times.
12. The camera shall be capable of dynamic IP address change
notification. It shall accomplish this via an email to a specified
address or by HTTP when its IP address changes.
13. The camera shall support HTTPS client authentication.
14. The camera shall have an email (SMTP) notification capability
which allows the following:
- Sending an email to pre-specified users when an alarm is
triggered by either motion detection, VMFs, camera tampering
detection, audio detection or sensor input. A JPEG image, which is
linked with the alarm trigger, can be attached to the email.
- Periodically capturing a JPEG image and sending it via email.
15. The camera shall support RTSP (IPv4) protocol based upon RFC
2326 and shall support the following options: DESCRIBE, SETUP,
PLAY, TEARDOWN, and GET_PARAMETER.
16. The camera shall support National Transportation Communications
for ITS (NTCIP) protocol.
17. The camera shall support QoS technology using Differentiated
Services Code Point (DSCP).
18. The SNC toolbox software includes the IP Setup (including group
camera management) program, Firmware Upgrade Tool, Privacy
Masking Tool, Custom Homepage Installer, and Group Camera
Setting Scheduler.
The SNC toolbox shall be supplied with the camera as a standard
accessory in the CD-ROM.
19. The camera shall support IP Filtering, whereby access to the
camera can be restricted to one or more groups of selected users.
Up to 10 different groups can be established by defining an IP
address range for each group.
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20. The camera shall support IEEE 802.1X authentication, and shall:
- comply with the IEEE 802.1X standards,
- be capable of being integrated into an IEEE 802.1X network to
achieve high network security,
- support EAP-TLS mode to use a key pair from a Certificate
Authority (CA),
- support EAP-MD5 mode,
- support PEAP mode.
21. The camera shall have user configurable port settings.
22. Upon CGI command request, system log shall be recorded on a
built-in memory (non volatile memory).
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H. INETERFACES:
1. The camera shall have a composite analog video output in addition
to streaming video via Ethernet.
The composite analog video output can be used for monitoring
while installing the camera to adjust the field of view and focus.
2. The composite analog video output from the camera shall be a
BNC type connector accessible via pigtail.
3. The composite analog video output shall be 1.0 V peak-to-peak @
75 ohms.
4. Horizontal resolution shall be 600 TV lines when the camera is in
1280 x 1024 mode (5:4 aspect ratio).
5. A secondary analog monitor output shall be provided, accessible
from the camera control panel after the camera is installed. The
interface shall be a phono jack type connector.
6. The camera shall have mini jack connectors to support external
microphone and active speakers. Mic/Line input shall be
switchable.
Mic input shall be monaural, 2.2 kilo ohms, DC 2.5 V plug-in-power,
Line input shall be monaural, and active speaker output shall have
a maximum output level of 1 Vrms.
7. The camera shall have an RJ-45 socket accessible via pigtail.
8. The network interface shall be via an 8-pin RJ-45 connector,
10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet.
Both IPv6 and IPv4 are supported.
9. The camera shall have an I/O interface that is accessible via a
cable. There shall be 1 alarm input port, and 2 alarm/relay output
ports. The alarm input port shall be opto-isolated.
10. The camera shall support 1 optically isolated sensor inputs, and 2
relay outputs. They shall be accessible via a cable.
11. The camera shall provide sensor-in/relay-out ports for interfacing
with external equipment.
The sensor input shall be configurable for either ‘make contact’ or
‘break contact’ configuration.
12. 2 relay outputs shall be rated at AC 24 V/DC 24 V, 1 A or less.
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13. The camera shall have a built-in compact flash card slot that can
be used when the unit is powered by AC 24 V or DC 12 V. Either of
the following can be used in this card slot: compact flash memory
type I/II up to 32 GB, or the manufacturer specified compact flash
wireless LAN card (SNCA-CFW5).
14. IO assignment: I/O Port
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I. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS:
1. The camera input power shall be a power voltage of either AC 24 V
or DC 12 V, or shall be Power over Ethernet (PoE) (IEEE 802.3af
compliant, Class 0).
2. The power connection shall be via a 2-pin Phoenix connector on a
pigtail, for AC 24 V and DC 12 V operation.
3. Power consumption for the camera shall be 30 W maximum.
4. The camera operating temperature shall be:
- When the unit is powered by AC 24 V or DC 12 V, within the
following range:
-22 ˚F to +122 ˚F (-30 ˚C to +50 ˚C)
Cold start temperature must be greater than -4 ˚F (-20 ˚C).
- When the unit is powered by PoE system, within the following
range:
+14 ˚F to +122 ˚F (-10 ˚C to +50 ˚C)
Cold start temperature must be greater than +32 ˚F (0 ˚C).
5. The camera storage temperature shall be within the following
range:
-4 ˚F to +140 ˚F (-20 ˚C to +60 ˚C)
6. The camera operating humidity shall be within the range of 20 % to
80 % (non-condensing).
7. The camera storage humidity shall be within the range of 20 % to
95 % (non-condensing).
8. The camera shall have a built-in heater.
9. The camera shall have a built-in heater allowing the camera to
operate in extremely cold environments as low as -22 ˚F (-30 ˚C)
when the unit is powered by AC 24 V or DC 12 V.
10. The camera dimensions (Dia. x H) shall be approximately:
3 3/4 in. x 7 3/8 in. (93 mm x 186 mm) (without projecting parts and
a mounting bracket).
11. The camera shall weigh approximately 4 lb. 3 oz. (1.90 kg) (not
including cables and a bracket).
12. The camera shall have a mounting bracket so that it can be
mounted to a ceiling or wall.
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J. REGULATORY SPECIFICATIONS:
1. UL2044, IEC60950-1
2. FCC Class A Digital Device
3. IC Class A Digital Device
4. VCCI Class A
5. Emission: EN55022(A) + EN55024 + EN50 130-4
6. Emission: AS/NZS CISPR22
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K. SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES:
1. CD-ROM (User’s Guide, SNC toolbox, SNC video player, SNC
audio upload tool) (1)
2. Installation Manual (1)
3. Template (1)
4. Shoulder screw M4 (1)
5. Wire rope (1)
6. Wrench (1)
7. Warranty booklet (1)
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L. OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES:
1. SNCA-CFW5
IEEE 802.11b/g Wireless LAN Card
SNCA-CFW5 is not available in some countries and areas. For
details, contact your authorized Sony dealer.
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M. DIMENSIONS:
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