HT71TW

Speco HD-TV1 1080p Mini-Turret Color Camera 2.9mm Fixed Lens - White Housing

Speco HD-TV1 1080p Mini-Turret Color Camera 2.9mm Fixed Lens - White    Housing
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HD-TV1 1080p Mini-Turret Color Camera 2.9mm Fixed Lens - White Housing

Upgrade your analog system to full 1080p using your existing coax cables

Features:
  • 1/3" Progressive Scan CMOS, 2MP
  • Compact size - only 2.36" in diamter!
  • Additional analog output for 960H
  • 12IR LEDs
  • Weather/Vandal resistant operation
  • Cast aluminum construction
  • Signal distance up to 1600 feet
  • Full OSD operation via UTC
  • IP66 compliant
  • 12VDC operation
  • 5 year warranty
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Speco HD-TV1 1080p Mini-Turret Color Camera 2.9mm Fixed Lens - White    Housing HT71TW SPECO HD-TV1 1080P MINI-TURRET COLOR CAMERA
$125.84
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