4-In-1 Camera (CVI/TVI/AHD/Analog) Infrared Bullet ► 2 Megapixel (1080P) HD ► Day & Night ► Weatherproof (Indoor/Outdoor) Zoom & Focus Adjustment Output Control: (Black spot is position of dip switch.) ON 1 ► Do not attempt to service this video product by yourself, as taking apart the camera may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. ON 2 CVBS 1 2 CVI ON ON 1 2 TVI 1 2 AHD ► Please comply with all electrical safety standards during installation and operation. Image Sensor Frame Rate Signal System Horizontal Resolution IR LED IR Distance Minimum Illumination Electronic Shutter Speed S/N Ratio Lens Day/Night Weatherproof Rating Video Output Power Consumption Power Supply Camera Dimensions 1/2.7” 2 Megapixel CMOS 30fps @ 1080P NTSC 1920 (H) x 1080 (V) 42 Pieces (850nm) 150ft Depending on Scene Reﬂectance 0 Lux (with IRs ON) 1/60 ~ 1/30,000 Seconds (Auto) More Than 50dB 2.8-12mm Vari-focal Lens Auto (Built-in ICR) IP66 1.0Vp-p, 75Ω Composite BNC Less Than 4 Watts DC 12 Volt ± 10% 3.19” (Max Height) x 11.1” (Max Length) ► In order to prevent damage caused by ﬁre or electrical shock, please do not submerge camera in water or expose any open parts to liquid. ► Do not expose the lens directly to the sun or to strong light as this may damage the image sensor. ► There are some sophisticated parts inside this camera, therefore always handle with care in order to avoid any internal damages to the camera. ► Make sure to use the appropriate power supply and that the power is plugged into the camera correctly and securely. Do not switch on power until after the camera connection is complete. NO VIDEO OUTPUT: ► Check the power cable to the power box or wall outlet. Make sure the power connections are secure. ► If you are using a multiple output power box, make sure the power switch is in the “ON” position and that all fuses are illuminated. ► If you are using a multiple output power box, make sure the POSITIVE (+) and NEGATIVE (-) wires are properly connected. ► Check the BNC video cable running from the camera to the video input on the DVR or display. If you are using pre-made cable, make sure the BNC connectons are secure. If you are using a spool of cable (RG59), make sure the outer copper wire is not touching the center pin when ﬁtting the cable ends with BNC connectors.