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SECO LARM EV-2615-NKEQ Same As EV-2605-NKEQ But With, Digital Noise Reduction (DNR) - SECO LARM EV2615NKEQ


SECO LARM EV-2615-NKEQ Same As EV-2605-NKEQ But With, Digital Noise Reduction (DNR) - SECO LARM EV2615NKEQ


 

Our Price : $308.10


Product Code: SECO LARM EV2615NKEQ

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SECO LARM EV-2615-NKEQ Same As EV-2605-NKEQ But With, Digital Noise Reduction (DNR) - SECO LARM EV2615NKEQ


The ENFORCER EV-2615-NKEQ Digital Noise Reduction (DNR) Camera is the solution to protect areas in poor lighting conditions. The camera features a 1/3 Sony Super HAD CCD programmable DNR, a Digital Slow Shutter (DSS), a mechanical IR cut filter, and a CDS sensor for operation in near-total darkness.
The camera is easily adjusted through the On-Screen Display (OSD), which is controlled via a circuit-board inside the camera, or an included remote control. The EV-2615-NKEQ is designed with vandal-resistant and weatherproof materials making it suitable for use in nearly any condition. Optional accessories include the EV-260CM, ceiling-mount bracket, and the EV-260WM, wall-mount bracket

Features
  • 1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD
  • 520 TV lines for high resolution
  • Digital Slow Shutter (DSS) up to x128
  • Automatic and manual gain control
  • Mechanical IR cut filter
  • CDS sensor
  • On-screen display with included remote control
  • Varifocal lens can cover a wide area or focus in on a specific target
  • 360Deg triple-axis rotation
  • Vandal-resistant and weatherproof
  • Easy adjustment of focus and zoom
  • Dual Voltage: 12VDC or 24VAC
  • Service monitor port
  • Ceiling and Wall Mounts available
  • Programmable motion detection, backlight compensation and privacy zones

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