The PTZ-WIR12X IR PTZ camera is capable of 12x optical zoom and infrared night vision up to 100 feet. This infrared pan tilt zoom camera is enclosed in a weatherproof, armor dome that can be used for indoor or outdoor video surveillance. The pan, tilt, zoom movements of this camera can be controlled by an RS-485 controller joystick, a stand alone DVR, or a PC based surveillance DVR. This IR PTZ camera uses 40 infrared LEDs a high resolution Sony Super HAD II CCD which supports 560 TV lines of resolution. When this camera senses there is low light it turns on the infrared LEDs, engages the IR cut filter and switches to black and white. When there is enough light again, the camera automatically disengages the IRs and switches back to color day time mode. The zoom lens of the camera supports 12x optical zoom and 16x digital zoom. The optical zoom is equivalent to a 3.94 - 46mm lens. In night mode, this PTZ camera is capable of seeing in low light down to 0.0001 using the sens up light function and 0.0 Lux with the Infrared LEDs on. The Pelco-D protocol is supported for the pan tilt zoom controls using the following baud rates: 2400, 4800, 9600, and 19200 baud. The 12V DC power supply is included.
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IR Pan Tilt Zoom Camera Features
- 1/4" Sony Super HAD CCD II
- High Resolution - 560 TVL
- 40 PCS IR LED
- 100 Foot Infrared Capability
- WDR - Wide Dynamic Range Function
- IP 66 Weatherproof Armor Dome
- Indoor or Outdoor Surveillance
- 12x optical zoom, 16x digital zoom ( 3.9 - 42 mm )
- Low Light Surveillance - 0.0001 Lux Sens Up
- Continuous 360 Rotation
- Pelco D Protocol Compatible
- Control PTZ with Stand Alone DVRs, PC Based DVRs, and RS-485 PTZ controller
- Pendant Ceiling Mount Option
- Wall Mount Option
- 12V DC Power Supply Included
IR Pan Tilt Zoom Camera Brackets
The PTZ-WIR12X can be ceiling mounted, just like a standard dome security camera, without any additional mounting hardware. An arm wall mount is also included with the WIR12X at no additional charge. A picture of the wall mount bracket that is included can be seen below:
Optional Extended Pendand Mount
Another mounting bracket option for the PTZ-WIR12X is the extended pendant ceiling mount. This pendant mount is about 16 inches from top to bottom.
IR Pan Tilt Zoom Camera Controller Options
The PTZ-WIR12X supports the Pelco D protocol which makes it compatible with most standrard RS-485 PTZ controller / joysticks and surveillance recorders, including the following options available from CCTV Camera Pros:
- PTZ Camera Controller
- Stand Alone DVRs
- NUUO Surveillance System
- A Geovision Computer DVR with a Geovision GV-NET Card
PTZ-WIR12X User Manual
PTZ-WIR12X User Manual
Please note that all videos that CCTV Camera Pros uploads to youTube go through a video conversion process that typically degrades the overall quality of the video. Customers can expect the actual surveillance video is better than what is seen on the above youTube video.
Outdoor Day Time PTZ Camera Demo
The following video demonstrates the PTZ-WIR12X in outdoor day time mode (no infrared enabled). The Chevy Impala that is used for the license plate recognition zoom in demo is parked 30 feet away from where the camera is mounted. The pickup truck is parked 70 feet away.
Outdoor Night Mode PTZ Camera Demo
The following video demonstrates the PTZ-WIR12X in outdoor night time mode with the infrared LEDs on. The utility truck in the parking lot is parked 80 feet away from where the camera is mounted. The sign on the fence is 40 feet away from the camera.
PTZ Camera Controlled by iPad App Demo
The following video demonstrates a PTZ-WIR12X camera connected to an iDVR-E4 DVR recorder and being controlled via the iDVR iPad app.
Indoor Zero Light IR PTZ Camera Demo
The following video demonstrates the PTZ-WIR12X in a zero light setting. To setup a zero light environment, the camera was placed in a warehouse with no lights. The warehouse has no windows so this is a true zero light test. The NUUO DVR card product box that is zoomed on to is places 20 feet away from the camera.