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Raymarine CAM210 Day & Night IP Marine Bullet Camera

Raymarine CAM210 Day & Night IP Marine Bullet Camera
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CAM210 Day & Night IP Marine Bullet Camera

Ruggedised, High Definition, Day and Night network bullet video camera suitable for all above deck applications. Integrated sun-cover for maximum visibility and small frame size for easy installation anywhere on the boat.

  • Plug and play integration with Raymarine MFD's running Lighthouse II
  • Power over Ethernet (PoE) or direct 12V DC power supply
  • High bright IR LEDs for operation in total darkness
  • Digital Defog processing improves the captured image in poor weather conditions (such as smog, fog or smoke)
  • Intelligent IR technology for clear video images at night in all conditions


Specifications:
  • CPU: 32-bit ARM9 RISC CPU up to 432MHz
  • Flash / SDRAM: 128MB / 128MB
  • Image Sensor: 2.0 Megapixel 1/2.8" SONY progressive scan CMOS(Exmor)
  • Total Pixels: 1952(H) x 1116(V) 2.18 Megapixel
  • Effective Pixels: 1944(H) x 1104(V) 2.15 Megapixel
  • S/N Ratio: More than 50dB
  • Minimum Illumination: 0Lux (IR On)
  • IR Distance: 20M
  • Day & Night: ICR
  • Lens: 6.0mm Megapixel Board Lens
  • Field of View:
    Diagonal = 63.6° +/- 3°
    Horizontal = 53.3° +/- 3°
    Vertical = 33.1° +/- 3°
  • Video Compression: H.264 High Profile@4.0, MJPEG Image quality: 3 Steps
  • Resolution: Up to 1920 x 1080 (Full HD)
  • Frame Rate: H.264 Up to 30fps with 1920x1080 | MJPEG Up to 30fps with VGA resolution
  • Video Streaming:
    Support multi stream with H.264, MJPEG
    Adjustable frame rate
    CVBR/CBR in H.264
  • Pan / Tilt / Zoom: Digital Pan, Tilt and Zoom
  • Image Setting:
    Day & Night
    Auto White Balance
    Auto Exposure
    Privacy Mask
    Effects - Colour, Sharpness, Mirror / V-Flip
  • Security: Password protection, User access log, HTTPS encryption
  • Supported Protocol: HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, SMTP, UPnP, DNS, DDNS, NTP, RTSP, RTP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, DHCP
  • Intelligent Video: Motion detection up to 1920x1080 with 4x3 blocks
  • Power Source: DC12V/1.5A, PoE(Power over Ethernet): 802.3af
  • Power Consumption: Max. 3.3W, Max. 5.3W with IR
  • Net Weight: 900g
  • LED's: Power, Network Connection
  • Dimensions: 83.8mm(W) x 155mm(H) x 178.1mm(D) including Bracket
  • General Operation Temperature: 0°~40° Celsius(32F~104F)
  • Storage Temperature: -10°~50° Celsius(14F~122F)
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