The BIPRO-9004 is a 4-in-1 home & business security camera that supports analog CCTV, AHD, HD-TVI, and HDCVI video modes. The analog CCTV mode (CVBS) supports the 960H resolution (960 x 480). AHD, HD-TVI, and HDCVI video modes support 2 megapixel / 1080p HD resolution. This is a convenient feature that makes this camera compatible with almost any DVR. It also lets users upgrade to an HD DVR from analog and use the same camera. Installers can easily
select the video mode using the OSD joystick.
The 36 infrared LEDs provides high quality black and white surveillance in the dark with IR illumination up to 25 meters (80 feet) in night mode. You can watch
demo video surveillance footage and see sample surveillance images captured with the BIPRO-9004 here. This CCTV camera is weatherproof and can be used for indoor or outdoor home, government, and business security camera applications. The 3.6mm lens in pre-focused and provides a 90-degree field of view. This camera has a cable through body mounting bracket which means that the video and power cable of the camera is completely sealed and vandal resistant. This camera includes a single DC power supply.
- 2 Megapixel CMOS Image Sensor and Lens
- 1080p HD Video Resolution (1920 x 1080) in AHD, HD-TVI, HDCVI Modes
- 960H Resolution (960 x 480) in CVBS / Analog CCTV Mode
- IP66 Weatherproof Housing for indoor or outdoor surveillance
- 36 infrared LEDs illuminate up to 25 meters (80 feet)
- 3.6mm lens
- 0.2 Lux Day mode / 0 Lux Night Mode
- Tri-Axis Mount for Ultimate Flexibility
- Power & Video Cable Through Mount Design
- Power supply included
The following video demonstrates the color daytime mode of the BIPRO-9004 as well as the infrared night vision surveillance mode in a zero light environment.
The following images were captured using a BIPRO-9004 in 1080p HD-TVI video mode. The camera was connected to an iDVR-PRO HD security camera DVR using RG59 coax cable.
This image was captured in CCTV Camera Pros tech room with all of the lights on in the room. The camera is mounted in the corner of the room close to the ceiling. You can see how the 3.6mm lens provides a view of this entire room.
Zero Light Infrared Surveillance
All of the lights were turned off in the room when we captured this image. All of the computer monitors and TVs in the room were also turned off so that there is zero light in the room.
Remote Camera View via Mobile Apps
iPhone App View
In our testing, we connected our BIPRO-9004 to an
iDVR-PRO HD security camera DVR. In addition to providing a recording platform, the iDVR-PRO lets users log in from remotely over the Internet to view the camera live. The below images were captured while viewing the camera while using the iDVR-PRO Viewer app for iPhone.
Here is a color daytime view from the iDVR-PRO iPhone app.
This is the night time infrared / night vision mode from the iPhone App.
Android Mobile App Viewing
These images were captured while using the iDVR-PRO Viewer mobile app for Android. The camera is still connected to the iDVR-PRO at our office and we are accessing the DVR using WIFI on our demo network. This works the same as viewing the camera from remotely over the Internet.
This is the remote view from the iDVR-PRO mobile app for Android.
This is the remote view from the Android app with the camera in infrared night vision mode.
Compatible with iDVR-PRO Surveillance DVRs
The BIPRO-9004 works great with iDVR-PRO HD surveillance DVRs. The iDVR-PRO captures the full 1080p / 2-megapixel video resolution of the BIPRO-9004.
iPhone / iPad Compatible
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learn more about the latest iDVR-PRO CCTV DVRs.
iDVR-PRO Works with Analog CCTV and HD Security Cameras
Users can mix and match different camera technologies. This is perfect for customers that have existing CCTV cameras and want to upgrade to high definition over time. Hybrid iDVR-PROs work with the following security camera types and resolutions.
Request a Demo
Want to see how live video on this camera looks remotely over the Internet, please request a demo login below. You will be able to log in from iPhone, iPad, and Android mobile devices. You can also log in from Macintosh and Windows computers. Please note that not all applications stream HD video. Mobile apps stream a lower resolution so that performance is better. Please
click here to request a demo login.
Tri-Axis Mounting Bracket
The mounting bracket is a high-quality tri-axis mount which gives the installer the ultimate flexibility to rotate the direction of the camera anyway even after it is mounted. This camera includes the Allen wrench to make this adjustment.
IR Camera Specification
IR Camera Specification
To switch between Analog, AHD, CVI, and TVI, please follow the instructions below.
- CVBS Mode: Hold the UP button on the OSD for 5 seconds.
- CVI Mode: Hold the DOWN button on the OSD for 5 seconds.
- TVI Mode: Hold the RIGHT button on the OSD for 5 seconds.
- AHD Mode: Hold the LEFT button on the OSD for 5 seconds.
When to Use:
The BIPRO-9004 is a great choice for both home and business surveillance. It's one of our most affordable cameras with many versatile features that accommodate indoor/outdoor and day/night use. The 23 built-in LED's illuminate a distance of up to 65 feet in total darkness or 0 LUX (see below). The field of view is 90 degrees. For an explanation of these common terms please refer to our
Surveillance System & CCTV Glossary
This camera uses built-in smart IR technology which allows the camera to automatically adjust the intensity of the infrared illumination provided by the built-in IR LEDs based on the distance objects are located from the camera. Click to
learn more about smart IR.
What is LUX rating?
The amount of light is defined by LUX (lumens per square meter) one LUX is the amount of light cast by one candle at one meters space.
Here are some examples of common light sources expressed in LUX
LUX rating examples :
- Full sunshine 10,000 LUX
- Well- lit office 500 LUX
- Comfortable reading 300 LUX
- Cloudy 100 LUX
- Twilight 10 LUX
- Dusk 1 LUX
- Full moon .1 LUX
- Quarter moon .01 LUX
- Complete darkness 0 LUX
Some high-quality Sony CCDs can have a good picture down to .1 LUX. Anything lower and they will require infra-red LED's to see in the dark.
These are called night vision or IR (infrared) cameras. Most camera specs will list the number of LED's (which people tend to use to compare low light performance). In actuality, the type of LED is more important than the number of LEDs. Some LED's produce 10 times more light than others. Still, others are made so the naked eye cannot see the light being emitted from them, making these better for covert use. Comparing the number of feet the camera illuminates and how wide the light spreads is the best method to compare IR cameras.