Vicon’s V992E-IR4 high definition vandal resistant network dome camera is designed for security installations that need a compact vandal resistant camera that delivers outstanding imaging at 1080P resolution. The integrated IR LEDs allows the camera to deliver crisp clear images in low light conditions.

The V992E-IR4 is the ideal camera for use with the HD Express Plug and Play NVR. All camera features can be programmed directly from the NVR instead of the camera’s web interface.

Key features:

  • 1080p resolution (1920 x 1080)
  • H.264 high-profile and M-JPEG compression
  • 0.63 lux @ 50 IRE (IR LEDs off)
  • IR LED Maximum range of 15m
  • Power-over-Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af)
  • Dual streaming video
  • Compact indoor dome design
  • Privacy masking
  • IP67 and IK10
  • ONVIF compliant       
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