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Axis Communications launches discreet indoor FA series and expands P13 series

product launch Axis Communications has introduced new and improved camera products in response to demand from some customers for discreet multi-view surveillance and detailed surveillance of large areas. The AXIS FA series is designed with modular cameras for highly discreet video surveillance that is also cost-effective, because one camera system provides coverage of several areas. The company has also expanded its P13 series with three new additions that offer 4K resolution in full frame rate.

The cameras can cover large areas and reproduce images in high quality detail. Axis will demonstrate the new cameras at ISC West 2017 in Las Vegas in April. The AXIS FA series and the additions to the P13 series will be available through distributors from May. Verticals/sectors City and public transportation surveillance Retail security Building surveillance and access control Home security AXIS FA series features AXIS FA series enables discreet, multi-view indoor surveillance of four closely situated areas using a single camera system. The main unit can stream at full frame rate HDTV 1080p videos from four connected sensor units at the same time, using one IP address. The AXIS FA series is modular, made up of the following separately sold units: AXIS FA54 main unit AXIS FA1105 sensor unit with a standard lens AXIS FA1125 sensor unit with a pinhole lens AXIS FA4115 dome sensor unit with a varifocal lens. AXIS FA captures video with forensic wide dynamic range (WDR) even in low light and in motion. The AXIS FA54 also has the capacity to support advanced video analytics, and has an HDMI output for connection to a surveillance or public view monitor, ideal for retail applications. The sensor units can be hidden in surfaces, structures or devices.

Installed at eye level the can provide video monitoring at building entrances without drawing attention. The sensor units come with an 8-m (26 ft.) cable for connection to an AXIS FA54. Axis Communications says By separating the sensor unit from the camera body, the sensor units can fit into tight spaces and blend in with the environment for unobtrusive surveillance. The pinhole sensor unit is especially useful at entrances for capturing people s faces at eye level, says Erik M rtensson, global product manager for modular cameras at Axis Communications. AXIS P13 series features The indoor AXIS P1367 and outdoor AXIS P1367-E and AXIS P1368-E network cameras are additions to the highly-respected AXIS P13 fixed-box series. With improved light sensitivity, better image quality and higher frame rate, these cameras can provide up to 4K resolution images in large open areas with challenging light conditions, such as arrival halls at train stations, crowded city areas or car parks. The system comprises: AXIS P1367/-E support CS and i-CS lenses 4K AXIS P1368-E is delivered with i-CS lens as standard AXIS P1367-E and AXIS P1368-E have specifically been designed for outdoor use, deploying a mechanical platform that allows for easier access to connectors and cabling and free up space for optional lenses Built-in camera rails increase the flexibility of the camera, allowing larger zoom lenses to be installed, delivering greater detail as required Axis Communications says The lightweight AXIS P1367-E and AXIS P1368-E are examples of real outdoor cameras. It s not just a camera put inside a housing, but for the first time we have developed an outdoor-ready CS-mount camera from scratch. This has enabled a highly flexible camera system that can use zoom lenses or even Axis Corridor Format when customers want to view a vertical image and not waste precious screen real estate and bandwidth, explains Andres Vigren, global product manager for fixed box cameras at Axis Communications.

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Mobotix profile: the decentralised security camera and software specialist

Mobotix Profile: The  Decentralised  Security Camera And Software Specialist

If you work in the video surveillance and security sector, chances are you ll be familiar with the name Mobotix. Now in its second decade, the German IP camera and software specialists has made a name for itself developing the first decentralised IP camera and supplying the Mount Everest webcam. Contrary to popular perception as a hardware provider, the company sees itself as a software specialist with in-house hardware development of digital, high-resolution and network-based video security.

It produces complete systems using a single source. The company claims to be ranked fifth worldwide for video security (second within Europe, Middle-East and Africa) and to be world leader for megapixel surveillance cameras. The world s first decentralised IP camera The publicly traded firm with headquarters in Langmeil, Germany, is known for its network camera technology. The company was founded in 1999 and in the same year released the industry s first decentralised IP camera. Its Linux system contained video, alarm, and recording management functions in one unit, thus doing away with the need for licensed video management software to handle the recording event. Since then, the decentralised concept has been further developed to make high-resolution video systems more cost-efficient as the cameras themselves execute video analysis and event detection internally, and manage their video ring buffer on a NAS or server by themselves. This is said to reduce the workload of the VMS workstation and network considerably. Network ‘uctuation or longer interruptions are compensated by an onboard video buffer SD card. As a result, Mobotix video systems are claimed to be reliable while needing fewer servers and workstations, and less network infrastructure than other brands.

The company says this reduces the overall system cost as well as power consumption. Encrypted recording by the camera itself is claimed to guarantee data security and privacy. Of similar ilk is the company s M12-type model that serves as the world s highest webcam on Mount Everest. Powered by solar cells and operating from 6am to 6pm local time, it s capable of operating at temperatures as low as ’30 C and broadcasts live high definition video worldwide via the Internet. Located at an altitude of 8,000 meters, it works in conjunction with the Everest weather station to provide scientists with details of climate change. Event-driven ring buffers and onboard encryption Thus optimised for remote applications and cloud-based technology, the company s systems seem to be capable of reducing video bandwidth by scaling size and frame rate. Image detail is preserved via onboard Virtual PTZ functionality which stores high-resolution video in-camera and delivers low-bandwidth live images and playback on demand. In addition, Mobotix cameras are said to be able to manage an event-driven video ring buffer via a network or the Internet. Live and recorded video can be secured via in-camera video encryption.

Since 2010, Mobotix has extended its product range to include intelligent home automation. From the first autonomous IP cameras released at the beginning of the millennium, systems have been equipped with CMOS sensors without any moving parts, said to improve backlight recording and long term reliability. Two-way audio with VoIP messaging and phone connectivity using the SIP standard is included alongside weatherproofing and IP66 protection. In 2015, a new range of competitive 6-megapixel indoor cameras for ‘exible ceiling and wall-mount installations was launched. A fish eye lens on the hemispherical device is said to be capable of covering an entire room without any blind spots while the company s Moonlight Sensor Technology is claimed to be light sensitive enough to produce high-quality videos without motion blur even in low-light conditions. embedded content Optics, motion analysis and object statistics Other industry staples the company specialises in are interchangeable lenses, motion analysis and object statistics. A change of optics can be performed by customers themselves for most models. Camera positions can be changed and the optics adjusted according to the new mounting location. As the choice of lens dramatically varies the scope of a camera, using a super-wide angle lens, for example, enables an entire room to be monitored from a corner.

In turn, telephoto systems can capture details at longer ranges such as a number plate or the facial characteristics of a person. High quality HD lenses are said to fit different Mobotix camera series, and are backwards compatible with older models, even though the area captured by the lens may slightly differ with the image sensor installed in the camera. Mobotix also offers motion analysis for its systems. Its MxActivity sensor is said to only record video or trigger alarms if an operationally important event occurs. Interference caused by moving trees, shadows, passing clouds or snowfall is ignored; automatic configuration means only the objects direction of movement needs to be selected. As for object statistics, the firm s cameras seem to be capable of a range of operations. By defining counting corridors in a shopping mall s camera feed, for example, shopper numbers can be determined over the course of a week. The camera records how often each counting corridor is crossed within a specified period. The reliability of the count depends on the similarity of the sizes and shapes of the persons or objects in the image, their relative distance, how effectively they can be visually distinguished from their background, and how close the counting corridor is to the centre of the image.

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How to get enough detail in your CCTV images video

In the video below, CCTV consultant Simon Lambert explains how you can set up your video surveillance system to get enough detail in your CCTV images to identify people, read numberplates, whatever it is you need to do. Watch the video below and read the transcript beneath that. embedded content In terms of picture clarity and getting the best, lighting is one of the fundamentals.

There are several others and no one is more important than the others, because really you need all of them. They all add together and benefit each other. One of them, of course, is having enough detail in the picture to start with, because you can t manufacture the detail later. On CSI, on the TV, they can zoom in to things and read newspapers at 300 yards. That s not reality; that s Hollywood fantasy. You can t do that; I ve met quite a few customers who think that you can and when their system doesn t do that, they think they ve bought the wrong thing. Well that s because they believe what they see on TV. It s not true. You have to design your system correctly in the first place.

We talk about pixels on target and all sorts of things, and if you re technical that s fine; if you re not technical, it s gobbledegook. But basically, if you ve got a picture that s spread as a really, really wide angle which is very often how cameras are set up it seems, because installers just set them to wide angle and walk away then you end up with all your details spread over a wide area, so any detail in it tends to be small. And if it s small, there s no detail in it. So zoom in on the bit of area that you re interested in, and the things at the side don t matter. And each camera will have its own purpose. So maximise the detail on each camera s area of focus, and don t just set it to wide angle as you re throwing away the detail that you need to identify people, to read numberplates whatever it is you need to do. We found in the workshop that even with the same manufacturer, you can take two or three different lenses, and when you look at the test chart to see how clearly those lenses perform, there are differences from one model to another. And if that s from a good quality manufacturer, can you imagine how much picture detail will be lost from a cheap lens for a name that you don t particularly trust? This is really going to make a major difference.

If you look at one and look at the other, you ll be sold on the fact that lens quality really, really matters. If you haven t seen one next to the other, it s difficult to imagine, but seeing is really believing. Find out more about Simon Lambert s CCTV consultancy services on at the Lambert & Associates website.

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Motorsport case study: Watch the results of Sony s revamp of Paul Ricard s monitoring and AV solution

Motorsport Case Study: Watch The Results Of Sony  S Revamp Of Paul Ricard  S Monitoring And AV Solution

Forty Sony SNC-WR632 dome cameras and five SNC-EM632R outdoor IR ruggedized cameras formed part of a recent AV overhaul of legendary motorsport circuit Paul Ricard. Watch the video and read the case study below to find out more about this project, including challenges faced and outcomes. embedded content An iconic venue in French motorsport since 1970, the Circuit Paul Ricard is located at Le Castellet, near Marseille.

The circuit s owners recently decided that its ageing AV systems needed an upgrade, including its video monitoring systems. Bulky, inefficient CRT screens, which were more than a decade old, were increasingly unreliable, while the owners recognised the potential rewards of upgrading their video surveillance set-up from analogue to IP cameras. Hurdles With cars hurtling around the track in scorching on-track temperatures that can rise as high as 50 outdoor motorsport presents a challenging environment for AV solutions. Rain, snow and wind also pose problems too. More difficult still, Racing at night means cameras must capture detailed pictures in near-darkness with added glare from cars headlights. The track, which is 5.8km long, can be configured to more than 160 variations, all of which must be monitored comprehensively. Indoors, analogue video monitoring screens are power-hungry and generate a lot of heat, especially when used 24 hours a day, as is the case on occasion. Sony solution Circuit Paul Ricard appointed Sony, networked communications specialist SOGETREL, software vendor SeeTec to update its entire video monitoring infrastructure. The control room now features a large video wall, consisting of nine Sony 60 BRAVIA Full HD Professional Displays.

The wall is supplemented by further Sony monitors in portrait mode displaying images from cameras around the circuit, plus a dedicated screen displaying race timing information. In addition, a VPL-FHZ55 3LCD laser light source projector displays crisp images of the race leader, while a second VPL-FHZ55 assists safety and efficient race management by providing an overall situational view of the circuit captured by on-track cameras. Race fans can enjoy the day s events in comfort, watching real-time race footage plus videos and other information on over 100 interconnected BRAVIA Professional Displays around the venue. Now we re getting pictures from night-time races with a quality that s close to daylight conditions. We can really follow the cars and react quickly if something happens. Video from the cameras can be displayed on the video wall of Sony screens and video projectors, and we can also share this externally with our customers. What we really appreciated above the quality and compatibility of Sony s products is the responsiveness of the team, who ve always been on hand to answer our questions. Thierry Dostes, IT Systems Manager, Circuit Paul Ricard Twelve VIP boxes are equipped with 48 BRAVIA displays. They re supplemented by a further 75 32 Full HD displays in the main stands and eighteen 40 Full HD displays in the Press room.

Sony solutions also feature in the main reception area, with three 65 BRAVIA 4K Professional Displays offering stunning 4K image quality of the Circuit Paul Ricard, together with touch-enabled BRAVIA professional display solutions to guide visitors around the installations. Kids and adults can even play automotive games on Sony PlayStation 4 to enhance the true fan experience. The nearby Grand Prix Burger restaurant is also kitted out with eight Sony displays in 48 and 65 sizes that show menu prices and sporting action. Sony SNC-EM632R Five SNC-EM632R outdoor IR ruggedised 1080p/30fps cameras keep a watchful eye around the venue. Out on the circuit itself, 40 SNC-WR632 Full HD PTZ network cameras capture every split-second move of the speeding race vehicles at a crisp, detail-packed 60fps (frames per second). HD streams are transmitted over IP to feed the live BRAVIA video wall in the Control Room. A separate analogue video output is distributed simultaneously to BRAVIA displays around the venue, which allow a double safety of recording. Outcomes In the Control Room, streams from the track-side PTZ cameras provide a crisp, detail-packed High Definition view with virtually no latency. It s easy to identify each car clearly, even in dark weather conditions or when races sometimes happen at night.

Offering up to 20,000 hours operation without replacement, the laser light source in the VPL-FHZ55 dramatically cuts maintenance overheads for busy technical support staff. What s more, the laser projector s near-instant start-up means that no time s wasted waiting for lamps to warm up at the start of a session. Winning the contract As Circuit Paul Ricard s long-term technology partner, Sony was selected to provide a complete, integrated network AV solution with the help of system integrator SOGETREL and VMS specialist SeeTec. The circuit s owners wanted to future-proof their world-class venue with a solution that incorporated the latest AV innovations including laser and 4K display technologies. Sony,which satisfied this brief with a solution that included cameras, screens and projectors, says the customer appreciated their promptness in delivering products on time and answering technical questions. Sony says its PTZ cameras powerful optical zoom gave the client the close-up detail it sought, allowing operators to distinguish between oil and water when analysing distant trails on the track. The new system has also helped to locate the cars tiny transponders, which often go missing during races. The cameras on-board image stabiliser, meanwhile, helps in windy conditions. Energy-efficient BRAVIA Professional Displays have slashed electrical power consumption.

Sony reports that positive feedback from the customer over the displays ease of installation, picture quality and range of screen sizes.

Sony SNC WR632 Products installed Control room: 2 x Sony VPL-FHZ55 3LCD laser projectors 9x Sony BRAVIA Professional Displays FWD-60W600P 60 3x Sony BRAVIA screens (48 ) In the car stands: 75x Sony BRAVIA Professional Displays FWL-32W705C/T (32 ) VIP boxes: 12 x Sony BRAVIA Professional Displays FWL-48W705C (48 ) Around the circuit: 40x SNC-WR632 rapid dome network cameras Within the installations: 5x SNC-EM632R Outdoor IR Ruggedized 1080p/30 fps cameras Main entrance: 3x Sony BRAVIA 4K Professional Displays FWD-65X8600P (65 ) Grand Prix Burger restaurant: 6 x Sony BRAVIA Professional Displays FWL-48W705C/T (48 ) 2 x Sony BRAVIA Professional Displays FW-65X8570C (65 ) Panoramic restaurants: 6x Sony BRAVIA Professional Displays FWL-48W705C (48 ) Press room: 18x Sony BRAVIA Professional Displays FWL-40W705C/T (40 ) ISV : SeeTec INTEGRATOR : SOGETREL Download: The Video Surveillance Report 2016 This exclusive report covers the security needs of surveillance systems as shaped by the physical environment including: What do security professionals think about plug-and-play systems Challenges like low-light conditions or large spaces and the threats posed in various sectors Which cutting-edge features such as mobile access, PTZ smart controls or 4K resolution are most important to security professionals What are the most important factors driving upgrades and would end users consider an upgrade to HD analogue Download the full report here.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall: 5 electrical items that turned out to be fire hazards

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Recall: 5 Electrical Items That Turned Out To Be Fire Hazards

From exploding e-cigarettes to hoverboards causing house fires, the crisis surrounding Samsung s latest smartphone is just the latest in a long line of faulty electrical goods that put consumers at risk. embedded content The recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 shows that even the biggest reputations can t guarantee that products meet basic safety standards. Samsung has had such a successful few years that at least until this PR disaster it was widely seen as edging out Apple in the mobile phone war.

But it s reputation has taken a major hit after reports emerged that its latest smartphone model, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, was prone to catching fire. However, buying recognised brands is still generally the best way of protecting yourself not least because any problems, which are incredibly rare, will be quickly spotted and a recall announced. Electrical appliances that cause fires are often cheap, shoddy imports, as seen with the recent spate of e-cigarette fires. The Samsung and e-cigarette cases are two of the five examples below where electrical products caused fires or were recalled because they were identified as a fire hazard.

1. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Lauded in previews as a game-changing model Samsung s Galaxy Note 7 hit the headlines because its batteries were prone to overheating and was subject to a mass recall in September. Even the replacements sent out by the company, which has barely put a foot wrong in the mobile market in recent years, failed to resolve the problems. One replacement Note 7 caught fire on a Southwest Airlines plane due to fly from Kentucky to Maryland. A customer reported smoke emitting from an electronic device. All customers and crew deplaned safely via the main cabin door, a Southwest Airlines spokesperson told the BBC.

The plane was evacuated before take-off. The company released a second replacement device, but even that device has been reported to have problems. A man in Kentucky said he was scared to death when he woke to a bedroom full of smoke, local media say.

2. E-cigarettes Cigarettes were always an obvious fire hazard, but their electronic imitators are also a growing cause of concern. Burns surgeons, fire chiefs and trading standards officers have warned consumers to be careful after a spate of incidents where vaporisers the chamber in which the ecigarette liquid is turned into vapour have exploded. Plastic surgeons at Morriston Hospital s Welsh Centre for Burns and Plastic Surgery in Swansea said they had treated five patients for burns after e-cigarette batteries exploded. Before this year we hadn t seen any injuries like this. Now we have had five which reflects the rising popularity of these e-cigarettes, consultant plastic surgeon Dai Nguyen told Sky News. Three of the patients had their devices in their trouser pockets when they exploded. embedded content A man in Florida, meanwhile, lost part of his tongue and several teeth when an e-cigarette exploded in his mouth four years ago. E-cigarettes were also implicated in the death of a woman at a Derbyshire care home last October.

Find out more about the problem in our report on the subject. West Yorkshire FRS has issued the following guidance to users of e-cigarettes: Only use the charger supplied with your kit Do not mix and match components from different e-cigarette manufacturers Never over-tighten a battery on to the charger plug the charger in first, then gently screw the battery in until the light on the charger flashes, and then stop Never leave e-cigarettes unattended whilst charging Clean the battery centre pin and charger contact at least once a week with tissue or alcohol wipes. Remove the battery from charger when fully charged 3. Hoverboards More than 500,000 hoverboards have been recalled after reports of numerous incidents where they caught fire. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has received 99 reports of hoverboard battery packs that exploded or caught fire. At least 18 injuries were reported, such as burns to the neck, legs or arms, according to the CPSC. Property damages were also reported. embedded content The internet has numerous videos showing how the curiously named (they don t hover), two-wheeled motorized scooters emitting smoke and catching fire. The CPSC warned hoverboard makers and retailers earlier this year that they had to follow newly created safety requirements or face recalls.

Many airlines, railroads and college campuses have already banned hoverboards, citing safety risks. Totalling 267,000, a company called Swagway had the most recalled hoverboards, with Keenford s iMoto hoverboards, Hoverboard LLC s Powerboard and Razor USA s Hovertrax also prominent in the list of recalls.

4. Washing machines Washing machines account for more house fires than any other electrical appliance. Of all fires caused by product faults washing machines made up 14 percent, tumble dryers 12 percent and dishwashers 11 percent, according to figures from Which Magazine. Percentages of all product fault fires with total numbers of fires in brackets As we ve described previously even when a manufacturer decides that a product needs to be recalled, it s never going to work out as it should. The Electrical Safety Council found that the average level of success was 10 to 20 percent for product recalls in the UK. Alarmingly, the Which research found that Five percent of consumers who knew about a product recall decided to continue using the product anyway. Two thirds contacted the company for a repair or a refund. A quarter said they stopped using the product or threw it away.

Further investigation of consumer attitudes showed that notices which clearly stated the nature of the problem were far more likely to result in action than those which were looser in content. Clearly, the best chance of finding out about a recall is to be registered, rather than hope to notice some advert in a newspaper. But consumers are sometimes reluctant to register purchases with the manufacturer, not wishing to sign themselves up for the inevitable stream of extended warranty offers. In March we reported that faulty tumble dryers that were found to be a fire risk could be in use for another nine months after Whirlpool said some repairs might have to wait until January 2017. It had already been five months since the firm revealed that two types of driers condensed and vented dryers made by Indesit between April 2004 and September 2015 had allowed dangerous levels of lint to build up against the heating element in tests. Whirpool risked further anger by advising consumers that they could continue to use the machines so long as they cleaned the lint filter after every cycle and didn t leave their dryers unattended during operation.

5. Laptops If you ve bought an HP or Compaq laptop in the last three years, its battery could be a fire risk, Which Magazine reported in July 2016. HP has confirmed that batteries supplied over this period have the potential to overheat, posing a fire and burn hazard to customers . Owners of affected ProBook, Envy, Presario, Pavilion Notebook and other HP and Compaq models were encouraged to stop using their laptops immediately. You could be at risk if you bought an HP or Compaq laptop between March 2013 and August 2015, said Which, Which urged consumers to check the barcode on the battery itself (but only after turning off your laptop and disconnecting it from the mains). Then slide open the battery release on the bottom of the laptop and remove the battery.

If the barcode starts with any combinations from the right-hand side, then Which advised you to visit the HP website to confirm whether your laptop is afflicted with the overheating problem HP estimates that less than 1% of all its PCs sold in the above time period are affected. Batteries validated as faulty will be replaced free of charge by the company. Download: The Video Surveillance Report 2016 This exclusive report covers the security needs of surveillance systems as shaped by the physical environment including: What do security professionals think about plug-and-play systems Challenges like low-light conditions or large spaces and the threats posed in various sectors Which cutting-edge features such as mobile access, PTZ smart controls or 4K resolution are most important to security professionals What are the most important factors driving upgrades and would end users consider an upgrade to HD analogue Download the full report here.

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  • Digital Night Vision monocular with 5x magnification, 1-5x digital zoom and a 40mm objective lens
  • Comes with More Battery and Charger
  • Built in Infrared Illuminator for up to a 200m viewing distance; Day or night use(with IR off for daytime color); With Portable strap(removable), easy for hold;
  • Device be a live Infrared surveillance camera connecting TV with TV cable; Device be a live Infrared surveillance camera connecting Computer with USB cable
  • Rugged water-resistant housing; tripod mountable; operates on 14500 Rechargeable battery ( included)

Specification:
Outstanding optical clarity, high performance night vision
Wide field of view
Video out capable
Images comparable to Gen 2+
5Mega Pixels CMOS vs image-intensifier tube
In-view 1.44″ TFT display
Adjustable eyepiece
Powerful infrared spotlight
200M viewing range
Built-in tripod mount
Up to 3 hours runtime without the use of infrared illuminator.
Up to 2 hour with IR illuminator on.
Magnification:5
Dimension of Objectives:φ40mm
Field of View:5°x3.75°
The Range of Ocular Adjustment: ±0.6
Infrared Illuminator: Yes ,940NM
JPEG:2560*1920
Video:640*480(VGA)@15FPS
Observing Distance(Low Light Environment):2m~∞
Observing Distance(Full Dark Environment):0~200m
Power Voltage:3.7V
Rechargeable Battery: 2*3.7V ICR14500 750mAh
Charging Source:5.0V/1A Adapter
Weather Resistant Housing:IP54
Gross Weight:0.9KG
Net Weight:410g
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Accessories:
User’s Manual *1
Cleaning Cloth *1
Pouch *1
USB Cable *1
TV Cable *1
Rechargeable Battery *1
5.0V/1A Adapter *1
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  • High performance photographing function and 60,000 infrared images storage allowed freely.
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  • Magnification: 5x, Magnification and Objective: 5x 40mm
  • Features: Night Vision, Night Vision Device Type: Monocular, Both can takes photos and records videos
  • Weight: 800g, Dimensions: 200x80x50mm. Viewing Range: 2m-200m (656 ft)
  • Battery Life: IR off is 1.5 Hours, IR on is 1 hours (included battery)
  • Rugged water-resistant housing; tripod mountable; Video out capability

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Outstanding optical clarity, high performance night vision
Wide field of view
Video out capable
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Adjustable eyepiece
Powerful infrared spotlight
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  • Magnification adjustable from 1X to 500X.
  • USB interface, with OTG function.
  • True 2.0MP sensor to capture and save high-resolution images and videos of your specimens.
  • Built-in 8 LED lights and can adjust the illumination.
  • Powered by USB DC 5V, plug and play for use.

Specifications:
Focus Range: Telephoto Lens: 4-50cm / Short-focus Lens: 0-4cm(Optional)
Controller: High-speed DSP(M-JPEG)/CMOS Sensor
Image Sensor: 2.0MP CMOS 
LED Quantity: 8 White LED
Illumination Scope: 0 – 30000LUX
Brightness Control: Manual Adjustment
Power Supply: USB DC 5V 
USB Interface: USB 2.0
Frame Rate: 30f/s Under 500 LUX Brightness
Video Capture Resolution(Selectable): 160*120, 320*240, 176*144, 352*288, 640*480, 800*600, 1024*768, 1280*960, 1600*1200
Take Images: SNAP Shot
Applications: Hotviewer(PC), HotMicroscope(Android)
Operation System: Win XP, Vista, Win 7, Win8, Win10, Andriod(Android phone or tablet with OTG function)
Storage Temperature: 0 – 40°C
Relative Humidity: 45% – 85% RH
Item Size: 14.4 * 3.7cm / 5.67 * 1.45in (L * Dia.)
Item Weight: 120g / 4.23oz
Package Size: 21.5 * 18 * 8cm / 8.46 * 7.08 * 3.15in(L * W * H)
Package Weight: 660g / 23.28oz

Note:
OTG function only support parts of phones equipped with OTG function, please refer to the above chart before buying. 
If your phone model is not in the chart, you can try connecting, it indicates support with images; otherwise it does not support.

Safety Warnings:
1. Don’t disassemble the product in case that the electrostatic break the precision chip.
2. Don’t clean the product with alcohol or other organic solvent.
3. Don’t touch the lens to avoid surface scratches and dust.
4. The measurement accuracy is just for reference.

Package List:
1 * Microscope
1 * Base Plate
1 * Adjustable Holder
1 * Calibration Ruler
1 * CD
1 * User Manual (English)


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List Price
£19.99

Best Price
£19.99


  • Resolution: 640 x 480 & Image Resolution: 1600 x 1200
  • Size: 1600X & Pixels: 16.0 million & Focus Range: 0mm – 40mm
  • Length: about 11.2cm & Diameter: approx 3.3cm & USB cable length: 1.5M
  • OS: Win XP, Vista, Win 7 32bit and 64bit With CD (Drivers & instruction manual)
  • Package Included: 1 X USB Microscope & 1 X Tripod & 1 X CD & 1 X Scale

Specifications:
Size: 1600X
Resolution: 640 x 480
Image Resolution: 1600 x 1200
Pixels: 16.0 million
Focus Range: 0mm – 40mm
Voltage: USB (5V DC)
USB cable length: 1.5M
OS: Win XP, Vista, Win 7 32bit and 64bit
With CD (Drivers instruction manual)
Color: Black
Length: about 11.2cm
Operating temperature: 0°C – 40°C
Humidity: 45% RH – 85% RH

Package Included:
1 X USB Microscope
1 X Tripod
1 X CD
1 X Scale

Note:
Resolution: The resolution of the measurement software in the CD can be up to 1600×1200. When connecting WIN7 system please be patient, only when the other drivers are in order, the WIN7 system can be successfully connected.


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