Compare NWC-0455 with NDC-455V03-12IP  (2)

 
Chip Inch Size
1/3
1/3
Colour Type
Colour
Colour
Resolution
540
540
Digital (DSP)
Specialist Type
Network
Network
Sensitivity Lux
0.12
0.30
Auto Iris
Direct Drive
--
Voltage
11~36 VDC / 12~28 VAC
12 V DC / 24 V AC
Wide Dynamic Range
--
Picture Elements HxV
752 x 582
752 x 582
Image Frame Rate
25 / 30
1 ~ 50/60
Back Light Compensation
White Balance
Electronic Shutter Range
1/50 ~ 1/125,000
1/50 [1/60] ~ 1/50,000 sec
S/ N (Signal/ Noise) Ratio dB
50
50
Signal Mode
PAL, NTSC
PAL
Motion Activated
--
Focal Length mm
--
2.8 ~ 10
Mount Type
--
Flush mount
Auto Gain Control
--
Synchronisation
--
Internal, Line Lock, selectable

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