Sumvision Tutis CCTV Night Vision Indoor Outdoor Weatherproof CCD Camera

Sumvision Tutis CCTV Night Vision Indoor Outdoor Weatherproof CCD Camera

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The Sumvision Tutis CCTV Camera is an indoor/outdoor camera compatible with most modern DVRs (Digital Video Recorders) including the Sumvision Tutis model.

This affordable security camera is perfect for small businesses as well as homes with the ability to be free standing or fitted to a wall with the included bracket. Indoor and outdoor capabilities with full waterproof and nightvision specification allows the Tutis to be installed wherever you need it most with no limitations!

Note: This product is a CCTV camera only with cables and wall mounting fitting - it requires a Digital Video Recorder to view and record data.

Key Features
Day and night vision capabilities
Ceiling or wall mountable with included bracket
Waterproof camera housing
Compatible with most modern Digital Video Recorders

Package contains: 1x CCD Camera, 1x Mounting Bracket, 1x User Manual, 1x Pack of Mounting Screws and Wall Plugs

Signal SystemPAL/NTSC
Effective PixelsPAL:500 x 582 NTSC:510 x 492
Horizontal Resolution420TVL
Video Output1.0V 75
S/N RatioMore than 48dB (AGC off)
Minimum Illumination0 Lux (infrared lamps turned on)
Gamma Characteristics0.45
Shutter Speed1/50 (1/60) ~ 1/100,000 sec.
Power Consumption12V DC, 120mA (Max. power consumption 300mA when infrared lamps on)
HousingAluminium Alloy
Infrared Wavelength850nm
Viewing Distance10~15nm
Infrared LampsNight / day, on / off
Package1 x CCD Camera 1 x Mounting Bracket 1 x User Manual Mounting Screws Wall Plugs

This product is stocked in our warehouse and is available for Next Day Delivery.

Royal Mail Recorded Delivery UK
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Next Day UK Mainland Courier Delivery
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Northern Ireland 2 Day Delivery
from £9.99
Southern Ireland 2 Day Delivery
from £9.99
France, Germany, Netherlands 2 day
from £9.99

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