DAHUA TECHNOLOGY | DH-HAC-PFW3601N-A180
Bullet Camera, 1/2.8", CMOS, PTZ, 0.007Lux/F1.8, 3.6mm, ICR, WDR, 3 x 2MP Sensors, 180-Degree Panoramic, 15fp, IP67, IK10, IR, DC12V
MFR PART # DH-HAC-PFW3601N-A180
PART # 951667
Multi-Sensor Panoramic HDCVI Camera 3 x 2 MP Multi-Sensor Panoramic HDCVI IR Bullet Camera
• Three (3) 1/2.8-in 2 MP Progressive Scan STARVIS™ CMOS Sensors
• Simultaneous 180° Panoramic Output plus Three (3) 2 MP HDCVI Video Outputs
• 3840 x 832 at 15 fps Maximum Resolution (Panoramic Image)
• True WDR (120 dB), 2D and 3D Noise Reduction
• E-PTZ and Motion Detection Functionality
• Maximum IR Distance 20 m (66 ft)
• IP67 Ingress Protection and IK10 Vandal Resistance
• Five-year Warranty*
The Dahua Multi-Sensor HDCVI Camera uses three (3) 2 MP sensors to deliver a panoramic 180° scene. The camera provides one output for the 180° panoramic video, plus three separate 2 MP HDCVI outputs, one for each sensor. One multi-sensor camera replaces multiple single-sensor cameras providing a higher return on investment for your security dollars. Each sensor is independently configurable, so contrast, backlight compensation, white balance control, and resolution adjustments can be tailored to create a custom image for every application.
180° Panoramic View The HDCVI Multi-sensor camera produces a seamless 180° view from three (3) 1/2.8 in. CMOS sensors. The camera is an ideal solution for wide-open areas or large spaces such as airports, harbours, parks, public squares, and shopping malls.
Multi-channel Video Output
The camera comes with four (4) BNC connectors to deliver three (3) separate real-time video outputs corresponding to three independent sensors, and one (1) BNC connector to deliver the stitched panoramic real-time video simultaneously.
The multi-sensor camera offers several intelligent functions that assist observation of the 180° scene. The E-PTZ function offers a digital patrol function that enlarges a partial view of the scene for enhanced surveillance. The camera also detects an object that moves through any part of the scene and can trigger an alarm to alert an operator. Three Signals over One Coaxial Cable HDCVI technology simultaneously transmits three signals (video, audio and data) over a single coaxial cable. Dual-way data transmission allows the HDCVI camera to communicate with an HCVR to send control signals or to trigger alarms.