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Day Night Pinhole Board Camera Sees Great in the Light and the Dark

The SSC-106CXHRC and SSC-106CXHRF are day night indoor pinhole board cameras offered in flat and conical lens. 600 lines resolution and automatically switching between a very sharp crystal-clear color picture in normal lighting to a black and white picture when it gets dark. You will not find another color board camera that will be this high-quality color in daylight and automatically switches to a super low lux of  .0001 black and white picture in the dark. This camera has a 1/3 inch Sony Super HAD CCD with an IR cut filter to allow for the low lux ability and 850-940-950 infrared compatibility.

Infrared Sensitive Camera

It is quite rare to have a pinhole board camera sensitive to infrared illumination. This pinhole board camera is able to see 850nm, 940nm and 950nm infrared illumination. The 940/950nm is virtually invisible to the human eye. This means when someone walks into a completely pitch black room it will be very well lit when this camera is used with a 950nm illuminator. This means recording footage will be lit up as well.

Available In Conical Or Flat Lens

What is the difference between a flat lens and conical lens? The picture is the same regardless whether you select a flat pinhole lens or conical pinhole lens. There is no distortion with either. The difference lies in the installation. Most people find it easier to install a conical lens in drywall or ceiling tile. The super conical lens  almost comes to a point and requires less of a hole in the surface area of drywall or ceiling tile. By the same token, the flat lens is better when using it in something thin, such as a shirt, blouse, or painting. Both cameras only need a very small hole to see. The closer the pinhole lens is to the exterior surface of the material, the wider the field of view will be.

Viewing and Recording Video

Hard Wired
Coming out of the camera are 2 wires - one for power and one for video.  Many people use one of our power video cables to connect to the camera and then run that cable to the TV or DVR. This option does not require local power where the camera is at - it plugs in for power at the other end of the cable.

Make It Wireless

Another option is to connect the camera to an optional wireless transmitter. We have both an indoor wireless transmitter and outdoor wireless transmitter. If using the wireless option, the included receiver would connect to your TV or DVR. The wireless option always requires local power where the camera and transmitter are located.

The camera will have to be connected to a DVR if you wish to record.

DVR Usage and Compatibility

Most customers choose to connect the camera to a DVR for recording. We have a 4 Camera, 8 Camera, and 16 Camera DVR which will great with this camera. The DVR allows recording, motion detection recording, playback, and internet / smartphone viewing. When using a DVR, either the cable from the camera or the wireless receiver connect to the DVR input jack. Then, the DVR connects to your TV or computer monitor.
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Product Specifications and Features

Image Sensor1/3" Sony Super HAD CCD
Resolution700 lines
OSDYes- button on cable
Lens3.7mm Flat/Conical Pinhole Lens
Infrared850nm, 940nm, 950nm Infrared Compatible
LuxColor .01 Lux, B/W: .0001 Lux
Dimensions1 1/4" x 1 1/4" x 1/2"
Mounting HolesYes C to C 27.5mm
Scanning System2:1 Interlaced
Shutter Speed1/60~1/100,000 Sec
S/N RatioOver 48db
GainAuto Gain
IrisAuto Iris
White BalanceAuto White Balance
Back Light CompensationAuto BLC
ColorDay-Night Color B/W
Power Supply12VDC 1amp (included)
Power Consumption120ma
Warranty1 Year
Package IncludesDay night pinhole board camera
AC power supply

Package Includes

Day night pinhole board camera
AC power supply

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