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CMBB030 - Avemia IR Weatherproof Bullet Camera

CMBB030 - Atrix IR Weatherproof Bullet Camera
Manufacturer:  Avemia  SKU:  CMBB030
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CMBB030 - Avemia IR Weatherproof Bullet Camera

Built to withstand treacherous weather, this Avemia bullet camera shoots at 600 TV Lines (TVL) and features 24 IR (infrared) LEDs to capture high quality images in both daylight and total darkness. Live, crystal clear video and durability highlight this Sony Color weatherproof surveillance camera. Add this surveillance camera to your business or home security system and enjoy the advances of modern technology.

  • 1/4" Sony Color CCD
  • 600 TV Lines
  • 0 LUX
Rating: (3.00)   # of Ratings: 5   


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1. Brad on 7/15/2013, said:

I have all 8 cameras installed - some inside, some outside. No matter where they are, the image is grainy and has poor focus. Honestly, I can't see 5 feet in front of the camera without the picture being grainy and out of focus. Very disappointed.

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2. Travis on 12/6/2012, said:

Not a bad camera. Night vision is limited to about 20 or 25' at a height of 15'. It is grainy at night but works well at a dusk condition where there is still some day light left. You can definitely make out the 60' of the IR glow but it trails off when darkness falls. If you want one for night time security this wouldn't be it.

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3. Jacob on 8/3/2011, said:

For the price, it is great. Daytime performance is great, but night time is a little grainy(not too bad). The mounting system is tricky at first, but it is VERY adjustable and you can get any angle you need if you put the effort forward. I would recommend.

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4. Tony on 5/17/2011, said:

The picture quality and view is alright, but the mounting system is a pain in the rear. Trying to adjust the viewing direction using the up down and rotating the camera (which is just threads, so it gets looser the more you rotate it), if you mount it on the wall is really aggravating. I imagine it's better if you can mount it on a ceiling or a shelf kind of surface area.

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5. Keith on 12/19/2009, said:

This camera does a nice job close up in day or night. The night illumination gets a bit noisy (grainy) with no light and only the IR illumination but still OK. I have these for outdoor doorway monitors and they are very nice and clear during daylight or with lights on and the IR image is reasonable up to about 25 ft or so. Nice quality mounts and frame with adjustable light shield. Overall an excellent value for the money and hook directly to a DVR with no problems. I would highly recommmend buying from "Home Security Store" as their warranty, return policy and free lifetime support is excellent. I would never, never buy from others with an "all sales final" policy.

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Image Sensor 1/4" Sony Color CCD
Signal System NTSC
Effective Pixels 510(H) x 492(V)
Horizontal Resolution 600 TV Lines
Minimum Illumination 0.0LUX (IR Lamp on)
Electronic Shutter 1/60 - 1/100,000 sec
S/N Ratio >48dB
Video Output 1.0Vp-p, 75ohms
Supply Voltage DC 12V (±20%)
Mounting Lens 3.6mm
IR Lamps 24 leds
IR Distance 50ft
Power Consumption 200mA
Supply Voltage DC 12V