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KGuard Indoor & Outdoor CCTV Camera with Night Vision

K-Guard HW212B 600TVL CCTV Camera, 20m/65ft Night Vision

Scan code: LN60521 Manufacturer code: HW212B Request call
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Product Overview Indoor & Outdoor, Nightvision & Colour CCTV Security Camera from Kguard, with 20m Nightvision Range.

Kguard 'Fulcolor' image sensor at 600 TVL high resolution to provide you with high quality colour images. The 3.6mm fixed lens with a 75 degree viewing angle helps you monitor particular areas, such as yards or warehouses.

Powerful night vision with a range of up to 20m in total darkness and a waterproof case for protection ensure these cameras are the perfect upgrade to your 4, 8 or 16-port DVR. Features HW212B Specifications

• Image Sensor: KGUARD Fulcolor
• Horizontal Resolution: 600 TVL
• Electronics Shutter:
- NTSC 1/60-1/100,000(sec)
- PAL 1/50-1/100,000(sec)
• Lens: 3.6mm Fixed
• Viewing Angle: 75 Degrees
• Video Output: 1.0VP-P, 75ƒ¶
• S/N Ratio: More than 48dBiAGC OFFj
• Day / Night Mode: Color during day / switches to B&W at night
• Minimum Illumination: While Infrared LED on "0" lux
• Gain Control: Auto
• Backlight Compensation: Auto

Night Vision
• Night Vision Distance: 20m / 65ft
• Illumination: Mini Infrared Array
• Infra-Red Wavelength: 850nm
• Infra-Red LED Life: 10,000hrs

• Indoor / Outdoor: Weatherproof (Both)
• Operating Temperature: -10~50‹C
• Storage Temperature: -20~70‹C
• Body Construction: Aluminium
• Dimensions - Camera with Stand: (WxDxH) 68x58x153mm
• Weight - Camera with Stand: 240g

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KGuard Indoor & Outdoor CCTV Camera with Night Vision
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