Fujitsu CG-202P Scores with Wide Dynamic Range

Product Profile

Videor Technical’s Fujitsu CG-202P is ideal for surveillance situations where areas with high and low lighting intensities have to be viewed at the same time - such as in interior rooms that have backlighting from large window areas.

The 1/3" colour camera with its dynamic range of 1:1000 (60 dB) and progressive scan CCD shows you exactly who is in front of that bright area.  With Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) and automatic shutter control within a scene the camera delivers impressive results especially under adverse lighting conditions.

The Fujitsu CG-202P conceals high-tech in a compact format behind its noble aluminium design: equipped with state-of-the-art CCD chip technology the CG-202P delivers in combinations with the integral automatic gain control (AGC) a sensitivity of 1.0 Lux (F1.2 / 50IRE) and a horizontal resolution of 480 TV lines.

The first class image quality is underscored by integral automatic gain control (AGC) and aperture correction (horizontal/vertical).
  • Wide Dynamic Range (60dB)
  • Superior Images even in harsh lighting conditions
  • Back light compensation (BLC)
  • Automatic white balance (AWB)
  • Integral auto-iris amplifier
  • Excellent price/performance ratio
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Technical Specification

Make Fujitsu
Manufacturer Fujitsu
Model code CG-202P
Chip Inch Size " 1/3
Colour Type Colour
Resolution TVL 480
Digital (DSP) Yes
Sensitivity lux 1.0@F1.2
Lens Mount CS
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12
Power Consumption: 4.7 W
Picture Elements HxV 752 x 582
Gamma Correction 0.6
S/ N (Signal/ Noise) Ratio dB 48
Signal Mode CCIR/PAL
Physical Specifications Dimension mm: 54 x 58.8 x 56
Weight g: 200
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: -10 ~ +50
Additional info This Wide Dynamic range camera's flicker less function can be used under fluorescent light conditions, when the power supply frequency is different from camera scanning frequency. It can also balance the difference of colour temperature between the high and low luminance area of the scene.
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