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Raymarine CAM220 Day & Night IP Marine Eyeball Camera

Raymarine CAM220 Day & Night IP Marine Eyeball Camera
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CAM220 Day & Night IP Marine Eyeball Camera

Ruggedised, High Definition, Day and Night network dome video camera suitable for above or below deck applications. Dome design provides all round selected viability whilst the small frame size allows for rapid installation. Stylised to blend in with your boat's aesthetic design. Ruggedised, High Definition, Day and Night network dome video camera suitable for above or below deck applications.Dome design provides all round selected viability whilst the small frame size allows for rapid installation. Stylised to blend in with your boat's aesthetic design.

  • 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
  • Simple mechanical frame allows the camera to be locked, rock steady, into position


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 (4 Built-in High Power LED's)
  • Day & Night: ICR
  • Lens: 3.6mm Wide angle Megapixel Board Lens
  • Field of View:
    Horizontal = 51.0° +/- 3°
    Vertical = 93.0° +/- 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
    Shutter Speed (1/4~1/2,000)
    DSS
    BLC
    Brightness, Contrast, Sharpness, Mirror
  • 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 12x12 blocks
  • Power Source: DC12V/1.5A, PoE(Power over Ethernet): 802.3af
  • Power Consumption: Max. 5.4W, with IR
  • Net Weight: 230g(Camera Only)
  • LED's: Power, Network Connection
  • Dimensions: 178mm(D) x 66 Diameter
  • General Operation Temperature: -10°~50° Celsius(14F~122F)
  • Storage Temperature: -20°~60° Celsius(4F~140F)
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