Dahua Technology IPC-HF8232F-HDMI 2MP Starlight HDMI box network camera

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Dahua Technology
  • Model code: IPC-HF8232F-HDMI
  • Series: Ultra series
  • Resolution: 2MP resolution
  • Digital (DSP): Yes
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1/1.9” 2Megapixel progressive scan CMOS H.265&H.264 triple-stream encoding 50/60fps@1080P(1920×1080) WDR(120dB), Day/Night(ICR), 3DNR,AWB,AGC,BLC Multiple network monitoring: Web viewer, CMS(DSS/PSS) & DMSS Auto back focus(ABF)\ Micro SD memory, PoE

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Make Dahua Technology
Manufacturer Dahua Technology Ltd
Model code IPC-HF8232F-HDMI
Series Ultra series
Resolution 2MP resolution
Digital (DSP) Yes
Sensitivity Lux 0.001 ~ 0.005 lux
Auto Iris Yes
Direct Drive Yes
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12 V DC, 24 V AC, PoE
Power Consumption: 6.5 W
Wide Dynamic Range Yes
Picture Elements HxV 1920 x 1080
Network Properties Image Frame Rate: 50 ~ 60 fps
Interface: RJ-45 (10/100Base-T)
Network Protocols: HTTP;HTTPs;TCP;ARP;RTSP;RTP;UDP;SMTP;FTP; DHCP;DNS;DDNS;PPPOE;IPv4/v6;QoS;UPnP;NTP; Bonjour;802.1x;Multicast;ICMP;IGMP;SNMP
Back Light Compensation Yes
Auto Gain Control Yes
White Balance Yes
Electronic Shutter Range 1/3 ~ 1/100000s
S/ N (Signal/ Noise) Ratio dB 50
Zoom Yes
Y/ C (Video Output) 1 port(BNC,1Vp-p,75? )
Compression Type H.265+, H.265, H.264+, H.264
Physical Specifications Weight g: 720
Dimensions mm: 162 x 86 x 74
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: -30 ~ +60 C (-22 ~ +140 F)
Operating Humidity %: 0 ~ 95
System Requirements Web Browser: IE, Chrome, Firefox, Safari
Additional info
  • 1/1.9” 2Megapixel progressive scan CMOS
  • H.265&H.264 triple-stream encoding
  • 50/60fps@1080P(1920×1080)
  • WDR(120dB), Day/Night(ICR), 3DNR,AWB,AGC,BLC
  • Multiple network monitoring: Web viewer, CMS(DSS/PSS) & DMSS
  • Auto back focus(ABF)\
  • Micro SD memory, PoE
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