Mini Bullet Vigilance HD Outdoor PoE IP66 CCTV Camera from D-Link
The Vigilance HD Outdoor PoE Mini Bullet Camera is a professional, full featured HD camera, that is designed to be easy to install and integrated into a highly affordable video surveillance solution. Incorporating LowLight+ the camera can see in colour, even in extremely low light conditions, whilst the Integrated IR illuminator allows the camera to see up to 30 metres, even in complete darkness. The camera’s IP66 (weather-proof) housing is specifically designed to withstand all adverse weather conditions.
Features Vigilance range
The Vigilance Range offers professional, full featured high definition video surveillance that is easy to install and highly affordable. The range consists of cameras designed specifically to meet different surveillance and environmental requirements. From standalone surveillance solutions that allow you to record video without additional software or equipment, to weather/vandal-proof cameras for harsh environments.
Security Installer Focused
Specifically designed for any security installer looking to offer digital video surveillance, this versatile range of cameras is designed for easy selection and simple installation. You'll be able to guide your customers to the right choice for their needs and they will be delighted with the quality, reliability and straightforward ease-of-use that Vigilance delivers.
|Video Resolution||1280x720 (WXGA)|
|Video Frame Rate||30 fps|
|Still Image Resolution||N/A|
|Built In Mic||No|
|Connectivity||1 x RJ45|
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- 24 months
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- 28 days
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