600 TVL 190' IR Varifocal Outdoor Bullet Security Camera


Features an impressive 190 foot IR range to capture sharp images at night

  • 1/3″ Sharp CCD image sensor
  • 2.8-12 mm lens
  • 600 TV lines of resolution
  • Digital day/night improves the camera’s low light sensitivity
  • 190′ IR range
  • IP66 weather rated
  • AI external lens adjustment
  • Cable concealing bracket
  • FCC Part 15 compliant
  • Operates on 12 Vdc @ 800 mA

    This outdoor varifocal bullet camera bullet camera can see in the dark up to 190′ to deliver clear, crisp images at night! The easy-to-use camera features a 1/3″ Sharp CCD image sensor and 2.8 – 12 mm varifocal lens and delivers 600 lines of high resolution video.

    The camera is housed in an IP66 weather rated enclosure to offer protection from various elements and weather conditions, so you get seamless surveillance indoors and out. The bullet camera also offers several convenient features including digital day/night which improves the camera’s low light sensitivity, a cable concealing bracket and AI external lens adjustment.

    The camera comes with a 1 year warranty, 30-day money back guarantee, and free lifetime US-based technical support.

    What’s Included:

    • Lens
    • Mounting bracket
    • Manual

    Power supply not included.

    Key Features:

    Digital Day/Night – See in the dark. Digital Day/Night (also referred to as Electronic Day/Night) enables the camera to see in the dark without the help of external IR illuminators. This feature improves low light sensitivity and delivers a sharper image in low light conditions.

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