The Outdoor MotionViewer Camera DCV is a battery operated,
> S2View® - Spread Spectrum, Videofied, Interactive AES wireless outdoor motion activated camera designed for use in Encrypted Wireless technology provides optimum signal Videofied security systems. Motion-activated cameras are intended for applications where > Camera - CMOS black and white sensor with 85 degree wide video verification of intrusion alarms is necessary or desired.
angle lens and video resolution of 320 x 240 pixels.
The DCV consists of a digital camera, a passive infrared motion > Supervised - transmits a check-in/status signal every 8 detector, and S2 VIEW spread spectrum, Videofied interactive, minutes indicating tamper state and battery status.
encrypted wireless cicuitry for secure two way communications > Tamper - Provides cover tamper detection.
with the control panel. The camera consists of a CMOS black and white sensor and an 85 degree, wide angle lens. Two infrared > Lithium batteries - up to two years.
LED provide a night illumination distance of approximately 8 > Night illumination - up to 8 meters/26 feet distance using meters/26 feet. For motion or movement detection, a Fresnel two infrared LED.
lens inside the cover captures a 12m/40 ft wide, 90 degree angle passive infrared pattern. The base can be fixed on wall directly > Motion detector - Dual-element, passive infrared with Fresnel or by using mounting. A tamper function provides cover tamper lens for 12m/40 ft. wide 90 degree coverage.
> Camera begins filming in fewer than 100 milliseconds after The camera is typically installed to cover outdoor applications the PIR detects motion.
where there is a temperature fluctuation and areas where broad > Camera is fully waterproof and can withstand temperatures
viewing/detection coverage is needed. When the alarm system from -20 degrees to 60°C (-10°/+140°F).
is armed and the motion detector senses motion or movement,
the detector transmits a signal and activates the camera, Applications
which captures a 10 second digital video segment. The control > Outdoor video verification of intrusion alarms.
panel recieves the signal and responds according to system
The alarm and video segment are reported via the control panel to the central monitoring station, and can also be sent to an Email address for viewing. The detector is powered by three lithium batteries that can last two years or more, depending on the amount of detector activity.
The detector transmits a check-in signal every eight minutes that includes its unique identification code along with the current detection sensor state, tamper condition, serial number, date of manufacture, software revision, and battery status.
DCV means DCV650 for USA/Canada, DCV750 for Australia/Singapore and DCV250 for Europe and rest of the world. T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
Electrical Data
Physical Data
DCV means DCV650 for USA/Canada, DCV750 for Australia/Singapore and DCV250 for Europe and rest of the world. 2009 RSI Video Technologies Videofied® is a Registered Trademark of RSI Video Technologies. MotionViewerTM is a Registered Trademark of RSI Video Technologies. S2View® is a registered trademark of RSI Video Technologies. Specifications subject to change without notice.


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