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IR Camera - Seco-Larm - Facility Management Product Release
The EV-1323C12DWL IR Camera uses a 6mm lens to generate a 53-degree viewing angle. Housed in a rugged die-cast aluminum housing, the cameras are intended for indoor and outdoor applications where IR illumination is required.
The camera uses the Sony 1/3 CCD chip to render images in 420 TV lines at .1 lux with LEDs off or 0 lux with LEDs on. The camera's LEDs increase IR illumination. Automatic backlight compensation, white balance and gain control are built in.
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