Bosch NBN-832V-P IP Camera with 1/2.7-inch CMOS, 1080p HD, H.264 dual stream

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Bosch
  • Model code: NBN-832V-P
  • Chip Inch Size: 1/3 inch
  • Colour Type: Colour / Monochrome
  • Specialist Type: Infrared
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DinionHD 1080p Day/Night IP cameras are progressive scan CMOS cameras that use the Bosch-designed Dinion digital imaging technology. The camera uses the latest CMOS-based HD sensor for a sharper, more detailed picture with a 16:9 image format. Features such as multicasting, internet streaming and iSCSI recording are fully supported.

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Make Bosch
Manufacturer Bosch Security Systems
Model code NBN-832V-P
Chip Inch Size 1/3 inch
Colour Type Colour / Monochrome
Specialist Type Infrared
Sensitivity Lux 0.05 lux
Auto Iris Yes
Direct Drive Yes
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12 V DC
Power Consumption: 8.4 W
Lens Mount C/CS mount
Wide Dynamic Range Yes
Picture Elements HxV 1920 x 1080
Network Properties Image Frame Rate: 25 ~ 30
Interface: STP, 10/100 Base-T, auto-sensing, half/full duplex
Network Protocols: RTP, RTSP, Telnet, UDP, TCP, IP, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP
Back Light Compensation Yes
White Balance Yes
Electronic Shutter Range 1/50 [1/60] ~ 1/150,000
S/ N (Signal/ Noise) Ratio dB >50
Compression Type H.264 (ISO/IEC 14496-10); M- JPEG, JPEG
Physical Specifications Weight g: 690
Dimensions mm: 78 x 66 x140
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: -20 ~ +55
Operating Humidity %: 20 ~ 93
Additional info DinionHD 1080p Day/Night IP cameras are progressive scan CMOS cameras that use the Bosch-designed Dinion digital imaging technology. The camera uses the latest CMOS-based HD sensor for a sharper, more detailed picture with a 16:9 image format. Features such as multicasting, internet streaming and iSCSI recording are fully supported.
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