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|Chip Inch Size "||1/3|
|Colour Type||Colour / Monochrome|
|Picture Elements HxV||976 x 582|
|Back Light Compensation||Yes|
|Auto Gain Control||Yes|
|S/ N (Signal/ Noise) Ratio dB||>55|
|Synchronisation||Internal/AC line lock selectable|
|Electrical Specifications||Voltage: 12 V DC|
Power Consumption: 2.8 W
|Video Output||VBS:1.0 Vp-p|
|Physical Specifications||Dimension mm: 63 x 57 x 88|
Weight g: 200
|Environmental Specifications||Operating Temperature oC: -10 ~ +50 C (14 ~ 122 F)|
Operating Humidity %: 20 ~ 80
|Model Info||The Sony SSC-FB561 offers exceptional image quality under all lighting conditions – high-contrast, low-lighting, day and night – which makes it ideal for a wide range of security applications – retail, manufacturing, transport and many others – delivering the surveillance performance to keep premises protected at all times and in all conditions. It achieves this through a combination of advanced Sony technologies:DynaViewSXenables the camera to capture high-contrast scenes; a Super HAD II CCD sensor delivers a horizontal resolution of 700 TV lines (sharp mode) for sharp, detailed images and a minimum illumination of 0.08 lx (F1.2, 50 IRE) for high performance in low-lighting conditions; and the eectronic day/night function ensures that the camera performs optimally all day and all night.|
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