The CS55P snake camera produces a pretty decent picture, as seen in our video product review. That’s because the camera works with a small and exquisite camera chip by Sony and it delivers 420 TV lines of high resolution. The camera will even pick up adequate video in low light situations.
The measurement of the camera pinhole lens is 3.7 millimeters. That pinhole size and the camera’s fiber optic set-up allows for a much wider view than your average camera. All this enables you to see more of the specific area under surveillance.
The CS55P also has a built-in microphone. It gets a signal to noise ratio of anything above 48 decibels, which is sensitive enough to hear a normal conversation within a surveillance area or even a knock on the door.
This snake camera has a 22 inch goose neck bracket that is very flexible. Plus, the camera’s lightweight, handheld design means that you can carry it and place it anywhere allowing it to easily perform visual inspections in narrow and hard to reach places, such as inside walls or in pipes.
This remote camera is energy efficient, operating on 12 volts of DC battery. The CS55P includes plug and play video cables that can hook up to a VCR, DVR, TV, or other monitor.
Again, to see actual footage produced by this snake camera please click on the video product review icon.
Required Products (Sold Separately):
- 12VDC Power Supply
- Siamese Coaxial Cable
- BNC to RCA Female Adapters
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|Pick-up Device||Color SONY CCD image sensor|
|Picture Elements H x V||NTSC: 512 x 492 - PAL:512 x 582|
|Horizontal Resolution||420 Lines|
|Vertical Frequency||NTSC: 59.94Hz - PAL:50Hz|
|Scanning System||2:1 Interlace|
|Mini Illumination||0.1 Lux|
|Electronic Shutter||Up to 1/100.00sec.|
|Lens||Pinhole 3.7 mm Lens|
|Video Output||1Vp-p, 75 Ohms|
|Storage Temperature||-30 deg C ~ 60 deg C|
|Operating Temperature||-10 deg C ~ 50 deg C|