Home » DF5200HD-DN/IR Nightline surveillance camera—DALLMEIER
The DF5200HD-DN/IR Nightline has been developed with special attention to difficult light and environmental conditions for 24-hour video surveillance. By using the most advanced sensor and encoder technology, the DF5200HD-DN/IR sets new standards in camera technology.
The DF5200HD-DN/IR provides recordings with excellent contrast, brilliant clarity as well as highest detail resolution and colour fidelity, even in low light conditions. The extremely high light sensitivity of the sensor and the sophisticated image processing ensure crisp colour images even in the dark. In night mode, the camera also provides outstanding results due to the excellent infrared sensitivity and the integrated IR illumination.
The camera is equipped with an ambient light sensor and a removable IR cut filter and can automatically switch between day and night mode. In addition, different day and night presets for the exposure settings can be defined and adjusted.
The DF5200HD-DN/IR has an integrated adaptive IR illumination provided by semi-covert 850 nm high power LEDs. The new IR hood which is already included in delivery absorbs unwanted IR stray light and thus increases image quality in IR night mode.
The camera has a high-quality motor-driven megapixel varifocal lens that is perfectly tuned to the image sensor. The adjustment of zoom, focus and iris is made conveniently using a web browser. The manual lens setting directly at the installation site of the camera is not required.
Built into an IP66-rated weather-proof enclosure, the camera is designed for both indoor and for outdoor applications. The camera is operated via Power over Ethernet (PoE Class 0, IEEE 802.3af) which allows for an easy, quick and cost-effective cabling and commissioning. As all products from Dallmeier the IR camera is developed and manufactured in Germany – Quality made by Dallmeier, made in Germany.
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