Vandal-proof Dome Camera: SN-FXP59/21UIR - CLEARANCE SALE!

Code: M10775
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Ceiling Dome Camera: cam 650 (day/night, 650 TVL, D-WDR, Sony Effio-E, 0.01 lx, 2.8-12mm)
General view of the camera

Ceiling Dome Camera: cam 650 (day/night, 650 TVL, D-WDR, Sony Effio-E, 0.01 lx, 2.8-12mm)
Ceiling Dome Camera: cam 650 (day/night, 650 TVL, D-WDR, Sony Effio-E, 0.01 lx, 2.8-12mm)
Lens adjustment knobs
OSD menu controller
Ceiling Dome Camera: cam 650 (day/night, 650 TVL, D-WDR, Sony Effio-E, 0.01 lx, 2.8-12mm)
The included accessories
Ceiling Dome Camera: cam 650 (day/night, 650 TVL, D-WDR, Sony Effio-E, 0.01 lx, 2.8-12mm)
View of the packaging
Distinguishing features
  • Vandal-proof camera with IR illuminator
  • 1/3" Sony Exview HAD CCD II sensor
  • Sony Effio-E DSP
  • Horizontal resolution: 650 TVL (color), 700 TVL ( B/W)
  • High sensitivity: 0.1 lx (color), 0.03 lx (B/W)
  • Adjustable focal length: 2.8 - 10 mm
  • S/N ratio: >52 dB
  • IR illuminator with 21 LEDs (range up to 20 m)
  • Wide dynamic range (DWDR)
  • OSD menu
  • 4 privacy zones
  • IP67
  • vandal-proof housing with the highest IK10 impact rating (resistance to impact energy of 20 Joules, e.g. released by free fall of 5 kg steel ball from the height of 40 cm above)
The Sunell SN-FXP59/21UIR M10775 camera uses Sony ExView HAD CCD II image sensor and Sony Effio-E DSP. It provides high resolution video with natural colors and high S/N ratio.
The Sony ExView HAD CCD II image sensor is a further improvement of the technological solutions used in Sony ExView HAD CCD. The new features include larger number of pixels and a greater sensitivity in both visible light and infrared spectrum (800-900 nm).
Graph showing the dependence of sensitivity from the wavelength for Exview and a typical image sensor
The application of Sony Effio-E digital signal processor (DSP) extends the possibilities of image processing and in combination with the advanced image sensor used in the camera allows to achieve horizontal video resolution of 650 TVL (color) or 700 TVL (B&W). Advanced video processing features include motion detection zones, privacy masks, digital noise reduction etc.
High resolution of the video allows for enlargement of any part of the image without significant loss of quality; additionally, 2D - NR (noise reduction) minimizes blur effects, saving sharp edges of objects.
Good quality of an enlarged part of the image

Image quality in various lighting is improved by ATR function (Adaptive Tone Reproduction) which lowers the contrast between the darkest and brightest areas and allows to see details in the both parts of the image.
The influence of ATR function (on the right) on readability of the image
(A - in the brightest area, B - in the darkest area)

The camera is equipped with 21 Super Flux IR LEDs. This new type of LEDs with a square cross-section and four pins is resistant to shocks and vibration and ensures high light intensity. Suitable radiation angle is guaranteed by the shapes of the LED lenses and location of the diodes around the camera lens. The LEDs are very efficient - one diode takes only 20 mA. All these advantages and high reliability of the Super Flux IR LEDs were decisive factors in the decision of Sunell company to use them as IR illuminators in their dome cameras.

The IR LED Super Flux illuminator consists of seven 3 mm diodes with 60o radiation angle
and 5 flat diodes with 90o radiation angle
A special design - the physical separation of the camera module and the housing - ensures easy installation and high IP protection level IP67.

Focal length and focus adjustments are carried out by using the knobs located under the dome. The camera viewing direction is set in three independent planes.

The camera uses OSD menu. Adjustment of all parameters of the camera image is performed by using buttons placed under the detachable dome. The camera menu is quite extensive but user-friendly, with easy and intuitive navigation.

The OSD menu contains the following settings:
  • ES and AGC control,
  • white balance,
  • day/night function (thresholds, delay),
  • video (mirror image, brightness, contrast, sharpness, color saturation),
  • digital noise reduction,
  • BLC,
  • adaptive tone reproduction (ATR),
  • privacy masks (4 zones),
  • motion detection (4 zones),
  • camera name.
Each specific Effio System consists of image sensor and two chips, AFE (Analog Front End) and DSP
Name Sunell SN-FXP59/21UIR
Code M10775
Image sensor / DSP
1/3" Sony Exview HAD CCD II/ Sony Effio DSP
Video standard PAL
Effective pixels
Horizontal resolution [TVL] 650 (color)          
  700 (B/W)
Sensitivity at F1.2 [lx]
0.1 (color)               
0.03 (B/W)
S/N ratio [dB]
Electronic shutter (ES) [s]
OSD menu
Wide dynamic range (WDR) Yes (DWDR)
Day/night function
Digital noise reduction (DNR)
Yes. 2D
Privacy mask Yes (4)
Mirror image
Motion detection
IR illuminator
Yes. 21x IR LED. range up to 20 m
Lens (focal length)
2.8-10 mm
Viewing angle
26°... 87°
Housing type Dome (ceiling)
Dimensions [mm] 130x112
Vandal-proof housing
Main housing material Metal
Operating temperature -20...45 °C
IP rating
Connectors Video (BNC)
Power (2.1/5.5)
Power 12 VDC; 0.4 A
Power consumption [W]
Weight [kg] 0.9
 IK10 impact rating
The table below shows the differences between digital signal processors of Effio series:
Model "Effio-P" "Effio-S" "Effio-E"
IC marking
Supported image sensors
960H. 760H WDR/Normal CCDs 960H. 760H Normal CCDs 960H. 760H. 510H Normal CCDs
Image resolution
> 650 TVL > 650 TVL > 650 TVL
WDR Yes No No
Noise reduction
2D&3D-NR 2D&3D-NR 2D-NR
Privacy masks
20 20 8
E-zoom Yes Yes No
Sens-up Yes Yes No
Digital image stabilization
Yes Yes No
HLC Yes Yes Yes
Video motion detection
Yes Yes Yes
The main functions:
  • IRC - mechanically switching IR filter. The filter is used in Day-Night cameras. In color mode the filter cuts IR spectrum that would distort actual colors.
  • OSD - displays the camera menu on a display screen, eliminating the need to implement a lot of switches/potentiometers on the rear panel of the camera.
  • ATW (Auto Tracing White Balance) - continuously adjusts camera color balance in accordance with any change in color temperature, allowing the camera to capture color as seen by the human eye.
  • AWB (Auto White Balance) - white color is automatically detected and used for camera color balance. It is suitable for environments with small changes of color temperature, the other ones require to use the above listed ATW function .
  • Anti-CR (Anti-Color Rolling) - reduction of rotating color changes caused by flickering sources of light (e.g. fluorescent lamps), which cannot be eliminated by external synchronization with the power network (usually due to powering the camera with DC power source).
  • AWC (Auto White Color/Circuit) - adjustment of the white balance to a "standard" white area/object. The calibration should be repeated when the lighting conditions have been changed.
  • AGC (Automatic Gain Control) - maintains a constant output level, increasing the signal to noise ratio. The picture is more clear but less natural. Without this function (AGC OFF) the image is generally more natural, but more grainy.
  • EE/AI (Electronic Shutter) - in EE mode it adapts the exposure time to the light intensity. In AI mode, the exposure time is constant (1/60 or 1/50 s) and level of incident light intensity is regulated by auto-iris lens (Auto Iris).
  • BLC (Backlight Compensation) - automatically adjusts the level of bright light in order to provide more detail in dark areas. A good example is the image a human's face in the background of the sun shining from behind.
  • HLC (High Light Compensation) - masks extremely bright areas such as car headlights.
  • Privacy zones - masking areas that should be not visible.
  • AES (Auto Electronic Shutter) - used to adjust the the exposure time to the light intensity (mostly with lens without AI function).
  • DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) - circuit and/or algorithm which reduces noise, thus providing a higher signal to noise ratio. 3D DNR compares subsequent image frames. If, as a result of this analysis, it finds a difference between the images resulting from noise, it removes the very small grains, replacing them with average values.
Overview of the basic menu settings
The user can change virtually every parameter ranging from the standard of the video signal, through AWB, ES, BLC, ATR... to parameters related to day/night mode settings (the delay and switching thresholds).
Day/Night settings