- 1080P HD
- Solid Light with night vision range up to 60m
Need a clear solution for outdoor day & night monitoring? AVM565A might be the one you need.
This two megapixel camera, AVM565A, is an ourdoor-use IR camera with Solid Light, and supports HD image display, allowing users to have clear and sharp monitoring pictures. Its IR projection distance could reach up to 60 meters for dark area monitoring, suitable for places like factories or warehouses.
It's also capable of connecting external alarm devices, such as a buzzer or magnetic contacts, for function scalability. What's more, POE (power-over-ethernet) is also possible for this camera.
For data storage, in addition to use with AVTECH NVRs, this camera also supports ONVIF standard to use with other brand's NVR and simplify system integration.
External Alarm I/O Accessories
This camera supports all kinds of N.O. / N.C. type alarm sensors; for example, active infrared sensor, smoke detector, magnetic contacts and so forth to extend the flexibility of IP surveillance.
|Video Compression||H.264 / MPEG4 / MJPEG|
|Resolution||SXGA / SXVGA / 720P / VGA / QVGA / 1080P|
|Frame Rate||NTSC:30 / PAL:25|
|Multiple Video Streaming||3 (H.264, MJPEG, MPEG4)|
|Number of Online Users||1-10|
|Supported Protocols||DDNS / PPPoE / DHCP / NTP / SNTP / TCP/IP / ICMP / SMTP / FTP / HTTP / RTP / RTSP / UPnP|
|LAN Speed||10/100 Based-T Ethernet|
- Multiple user access levels with password
- IP address filtering
- Digest authentication
- Internet Explorer on Windows operating system
- 16CH Video Viewer on Windows & MAC operating system
- EagleEyes on iPhone, iPad & Android mobile devices
|Mobile Surveillance||Android / iOS|
|ONVIF Compatible||Yes (Profile S)|
|POE (Power-over-Ethernet)||Yes (IEEE 802.3af)|
|Event Notification||FTP / Email|
|External Alarm Device Connection||Yes|
|Digital Pan / Tilt / Zoom||Yes|
|RTC (real-time clock)||Yes|
|Minimum System Requirements|
- Pentium 4 CPU 1.3 GHz or higher, or equivalent AMD
- 256 MB RAM
- AGP graphics card, Direct Draw, 32MB RAM
- Windows 7, Vista & XP, DirectX 9.0 or later