Day/Night Box Camera: SN-586C/B (WDR, 540 TVL, Wide Dynamic Pixim, ICR, 0.5 lx) - CLEARANCE SALE!
Color Day/Night camera SN-586C/B employs Super Wide Dynamic (Pixim) sensor and mechanically switching IR filter.
Cameras with this kind of sensor are resistant to overexposure of images caused by strong light, including front, reflected and rear excessive illumination.
Implementing the camera (with Wide Dynamic sensor) it is very important to adjust the parameters in real environmental conditions. It is the only way to take full advantage of the new functionality provided by the newest technology.
Setting properly dynamic range it is possible to avoid overexposure and underexposure in fragments of an image. The image will allow to distinguish details both in bright and dark areas. This feature is especially important in situations where the light comes from behind of the observed object.
The camera has very useful NightVision function. When it is activated, the device switches into B/W mode in low-light conditions. It eliminates excessive noise in the image that would appear in this situation.
The camera is equipped with mechanically switching IR filter and produces sharp monochrome images (when the area is illuminated with IR lamps, e.g. LED YK-8800 M1654
The camera can be equipped with lenses with automatic iris, DC or Video type. It is important to choose adequate lens for the high-class camera to get the optimal set. For this model we recommend to use quality glass lenses from Computar
. The lenses will guarantee best possible image quality.
For day/night cameras there should be used adequate day/night-marked lenses, suitable for IR work.
SN-586C/B Wide Dynamic
1/3” DPS (Digital Pixel Sensor)
0.5 lx /F1.2
Slow Shutter: 0.08 lx/F1.2
|Lens (not incl.)|
DC or Video
>48dB (AGC off)
1/50 - 1/100000 s
1 Vpp / 75 Ω
internal or external
automatic / manual
automatic / manual
DC 12 V.
AC 24 V
In the SN-586C/B camera there is implemented OSD menu. All parameters can be set with buttons on the back panel of the housing.
To ease the procedure of adjustment the manufacturer has anticipated saving several key settings in nonvolatile memory, to which one can add finishing touches in the place of installation.
The user has full control over all parameters, from video norm, through AWB, ES, BLC, Gamma, ...., to specific settings connected with WDS (Wide Dynamic Sensor).
Apart from high-quality image the camera has many additional features that allow for flexible operation and permit optimal adjustment to particular requirements.
9-pin socket in the rear part of the camera is used, among others, for RS485 protocol. Other pins are used for control of switching IR filter.
The cameras are indispensable in all places where there is a high probability of overexposure in the case of using popular cameras. Typical applications include night observation of roads and streets, poorly-lighted parking lots, main gateways. The implemented "Mirror" function (mirror image) is often used in such applications.
Below there is a comparison of images from two cameras. On the right - the images from a camera with PIXIM sensor, on the left - from a typical CCTV camera. It is seen that individual processing of each pixel provides much better results - there are no overexposed or underexposed ares. The images are providing much more information. The cameras with this type of sensor can be used in most demanding applications, where the image quality is a priority.
Details can be seen both in front of
and behind the glass wall
Visible details in the interior of the track