CP-URC-DC24PL2C-V3 2.4MP IR Dome Camera – 20Mtr.
- 1/2.7” 2.4MP CMOS Image Sensor (0.9407 cm)
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- DWDR, Day/Night (ICR), 2D-DNR, AWB, AGC, BLC, HLC
- 3.6mm fixed lens (2.8mm optional)
- IR Range of 20 Mtrs. , Smart IR
- Support Built-in Mic
- OSD Menu, control over coaxial cable, 2D-DNR
- HD, SD and Two Analog format Output switchable
Analog cameras can be advantageous in more ways
than one – they are economical, especially for large
scale setups, and are simple to install. However, one
of the major downsides of earlier analog cameras was
the image quality, which is critical in the present
times. With subsequent technological upgrades over
the years, HD resolution was introduced in analog
CCTV systems. This served as a major breakthrough as
high quality imagery was only available in IP system
which was comparatively a costlier option
Another challenge with analog systems was its compatibility constraint. Newer versions of analog cameras
would not pair up with older versions. CP PLUS introduced the revolutionary UNI + technology which supported all analog & HD video formats including CVBS.
CP PLUS CP-URC-DC24PL2-V3 2.4MP Dome Camera
The CP PLUS CP-URC-DC24PL2-V3 2.4MP Dome Camera is a great choice for your surveillance needs. It’s quite affordable, and it offers excellent quality at an unbeatable. The camera features a 2MP resolution to provide you with crisp images, and it records in 1080p HD for high-quality footage that’s ready for editing.
The camera features IR LED night vision and built-in motion detection technology that alerts you when motion is detected in the field of view. You can choose from six different recording modes, including continuous recording or time-lapse mode that captures images every few seconds over a period of hours or days, depending on your preference.
The CP PLUS CP-URC-DC24PL2-V3 2.4MP Dome Camera has two built-in speakers with mic inputs so your audio can be recorded as well as video footage captured by the camera itself! This makes it great for homes where pets are allowed because you’ll be able to hear any sounds they make while they’re nearby without having to worry about missing them while they’re more than likely out of sight behind furniture or other objects in the room).