Amazing Cameras To Survey An Entire Scene
PTZ cameras are truly a technology marvel to behold in the way that they can aim and zoom in
on almost an infinite amount of views within a scene. The telephoto lens can see
far away objects way beyond the capability of the human eye while advanced models can move
at head-spinning speed or gently pan at a relaxing pace which compensates for zoom level. All
models can be controlled by our DVRs or a dedicated joystick controller.
We have assembled our product line based on two different budget requirements while always maintaining a
high level of quality and performance that will exceed your expectations.
Regardless of where or who you buy your PTZ from, we highly
recommend you consider these basic issues:
This is the language that is spoken by the joystick controller/DVR to the PTZ camera, carried by an RS-485 signal
over one Unshielded Twisted Pair of wires (like those found in Cat5e/network cable). If your DVR, controller,
and PTZ can't speak the same language, a minor bout of depression will soon follow. For the most part,
manufactures who make equipment for the largest consumer base have informally settled on Pelco D
as the standard to ensure maximum compatibility. Please make sure that all
support at least one common protocol.
Support For Presets
This very important feature is
the ability to direct the camera to
a key location and then store this position in memory. The idea is that the "preset"
position can be quickly recalled at a later time. There are many uses for one or more presets. Using presets
is very handy when directing the camera over the internet when choppy bandwidth makes control difficult.
Our DVRs can even use presets to automate PTZ movement to a location based on an alarm or motion
detected by a fixed camera. The use of presets extends to programming tours, auto guard positioning,
scanning between multiple way points, etc.
Endless Panning Rotation
This is the ability of the camera continuously move in the horizontal direction without limit. Some PTZ cameras
will actually encounter a stopping point while panning left to right and vice-versa. In order to get to the next incremental position
along the same line of travel, the user is forced to swing around 355 degrees in the opposite direction! This will
make you grumpy. Make sure your PTZ has endless rotation.
Heater / Blower
If you live in inclement weather, this feature is a "must have" to prevent the clear dome from fogging up or accumulating
frost on cold days.
Outer Dome Construction Material
When looking at product images it is often difficult to discern the outer dome housing and wall mount bracket construction
materials. While many budget models are made out of plastic, all of our models use high-strength powder-coated aluminum.
Day / Night Mode
Although most PTZ cameras do not have LEDs, most decent quality units go into a "night mode" with the onset of low-light
conditions and become sensitive to IR light like our night vision cameras. Without this feature, the PTZ will become
almost useless after sunset. With night mode, however, many PTZ cameras are quite good at utilizing small amounts of
natural light to achiefve surprising picture quality during the evening hours.
If your are considering a budget PTZ camera that makes no mention of a features or attribute listed above, there's a good
chance that the feature is not
included. You can be rest assured, even our most economical PTZ camera
supports Pelco D (and many more) along with all the other above mentioned features.
EWSJ-330: Unparalleled Quality & Performance From Wonwoo
520TVL Sony SuperHAD CCD w/ 768 x 494 Effective Pixels
33X Optical Zoom
/ Variable Digital Zoom: Off to 10X
Protocols: Pelco D
,P and more:
Baud Rates: 2400 to 230,400bps
360 Deg. Endless Panning / Virtual 180 deg. Tilt Range
Built-in Image Stabilization
IR Cut Filter Removal / Superior Low-Light Pictures
Up to 248 Preset Positions
Preset Pan Speed: 380 deg./second (Smoke'n FAST!)
Preset Tilt Speed: 150 deg./second
Pan/Tilt Speed Under User Control:
4 Tours Memorized From All User Control (up to 4 min. each!
8 Program Tours: Any Combo of Mem. Tours + Scanning to Presets
8 Privacy Zones (Defined Private Scene Regions Blanked Out)
Horizon Auto Flip When Tilting Down Past 90 deg. Vertical
8 Alarm Inputs & 2 Alarm Relay Outputs
Can Autostart Tour or Jump to Preset After Defined Inactivity
Rugged Aluminum IP66 Environmental Structure
Temperature Controlled Fan / Heater
Power Requirements: 24VAC / 1a (3a with Fan & Heater)
Great Value For Those Wanting A Solid Performing Economy Model
480TVL Sony SuperHAD CCD
27X Optical Zoom
RS-485 Protocols: Pelco D,P / Vicon / Lilin / Kalatel-312 & more
Baud Rates: 1200 / 2400 / 4800 / 9600bps
360 Deg. Endless Panning / 90 deg. Tilt Range
Pan / Tilt Speed: 20 deg. / second
Can auto scan between 2 preset points
Can return to guard position after inactivity
Tough Weatherproof Aluminum Housing and Wall Bracket
Temperature Controlled Fan / Heater
Auto Focus / Auto Iris / Auto White Balance
BLC (Back Light Compensation)
Signal to Noise Ratio: At Least 50db
Power Consumption: 24w
14VDC Power Supply Included
PTZ Cable Kit: UTP/Power Combo Cable + 2 Video Baluns + 2 Wall Bushings
Custom Length PTZ Cables With Excellent Video & Power Transmission Qualities
This kit allows you to connect your PTZ camera to a DVR, controller, and/or video monitor using only ONE cable.
What makes this cable special is the heavy 18awg power conductors. This is what it takes for most power hungry PTZs.
Balun installation is easy. Simply strip brown/white-brown UTP wires, place inside balun, then use a screwdriver to tighten terminals.
RS-485 control wires between the PTZ and the control device will have a similiar procedure. Most PTZ cameras and power supplies use
simple screw down terminals to connect power conductors.
Two wall bushings are also included to protect and seal surfaces where cable are passed through. Additionally, the bushings protect the cable as it is pulled, makes the area look a lot nicer, may be required by local codes, and prevents further crumbling of the surface.
• Only One cable to carry Power, Video, and PTZ control signals
• UL Listed / Rugged PVC Jacket
• Passive baluns require no external power
• Printed foot markers
• Can cut cable to custom length
• Screw terminal blocks on baluns make wire installation easy
• Bushings protect cable, and meet code requirements
• Capacity for carrying electrical current far superior to Cat5e and most other pre-made PTZ cables