Hikvision DS-2CE56DOT-IRP Dome Camera
Hikvision DS-2CE56DOT-IRP Dome Camera – Key Features
- 1 Megapixel high-performance CMOS
Analog HD output, up to 720P resolution
DNR, Smart IR
Up to 20m IR distance
|Image Sensor||1MP CMOS Image Sensor|
|Min. illumination||0.1 Lux @ (F1.2,AGC ON),0 Lux with IR|
|Shutter Time||1/25(1/30)s to 1/50,000s|
|Lens||2.8mm, 3.6mm, 6mm optional
Angle of View: 70.9°(3.6mm), 92°(2.8mm), 56.7°(6mm)
|Day & Night||ICR|
|Angle Adjustment||Pan: 0 – 360°, Tilt: 0 – 75°, Rotation: 0 – 360°|
|Video Frame Rate||720p@25fps/720p@30fps|
|HD Video Output||1 Analog HD output|
|Operating Conditions||-20 °C – 45 °C (-4 °F – 113 °F), Humidity 90% or less (non-condensing)|
|Power Supply||12 VDC±15%|
|Power Consumption||Max. 4W|
|IR Range||Up to 20m|
|Dimensions||Φ89.5 × 69.8 mm(Φ3.52” × 2.75”)|
What is a Dome Camera?
Dome security cameras get their name by their circular, dome shape.
The security camera is encased in a transparent protective dome.
Although dome security cameras can be used both indoors and outdoors.
Many businesses including hotels, restaurants, and retail stores use dome cameras inside due to their discrete design.
One of the main benefits of a dome camera is that the dome can make it difficult to determine where the camera is pointing.
In addition, dome cameras are generally more durable and resistant to vandalism as the camera lens is protected.
There are also vandal proof dome cameras which are encased with durable covers that are resistant to general acts of vandalism.
In comparison, bullet cameras can be knocked off or manually repositioned to point in another direction.
The shape and design of dome cameras allow you to monitor a wider angle as the lens moves versus bullet cameras only point in one direction.
Key Dome Camera Advantages:
- More discreet – blends in with surroundings
- Rotating camera & wide angle
- Vandal resistant
- Indoor & outdoor use
- Night Vision
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