IR Eyeball Network Camera
In order to solve this problem, the digital camera adds an infrared filter between the lens and the CCD.
Its function is to block the infrared rays from entering the CCD, so that the CCD can only sense visible light, thus making the image captured by the IR Eyeball Network Camera and the images we see with the naked eye are consistent.
Because the digital camera uses CCD to sense all the light (visible light, infrared light, ultraviolet light, etc.), this makes the captured image very different from the image produced by our naked eye only seeing visible light. In order to solve this problem, the digital camera adds an infrared filter between the lens and the CCD. Its function is to block the infrared rays from entering the CCD, so that the CCD can only sense visible light, thus making the image captured by the IR Eyeball Network Camera and the images we see with the naked eye are consistent.
Infrared night vision means that in night vision, the digital camera emits infrared light that is invisible to the naked eye to illuminate the object being photographed, turns off the infrared filter, and no longer blocks infrared rays from entering the CCD. Entering the lens for imaging, what we see is an image made by infrared reflection, rather than an image made by visible light reflection, that is, an image that is invisible to the naked eye in a dark environment can be captured.
The IR Eyeball Network Camera features a 2.7~13.5mm zoom lens for clearer images. It has more of the following features:
> 1/2.8”2Megapixel progressive scan STARVIS™ CMOS
> H.265&H.264 triple-stream encoding
> Smart Detection supported
> WDR(120dB), Day/Night(ICR), 3DNR,AWB,AGC,BLC
> Multiple network monitoring: Web viewer, CMS(DSS/PSS) & DMSS
> 3.6mm fixed lens (6mm optional)
> Max. IR LEDs Length 30m
> IP67, PoE
1/2.8” 2Megapixel progressive scan CMOS
1920(H) x 1080(V)
Electronic Shutter Speed
More than 50dB
Distance up to 30m (98ft)
IR On/Off Control
Pan: 0˚~360˚; Tilt: 0˚~90˚; Rotation: 0˚~360˚
Tripwire, Intrusion, Object Abandoned/Missing
Advanced Intelligent Functions