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JVC Unveils Outdoor, Analog Surveillance Camera

The bullet camera features 10-bit digital signal processing and integrated infrared LED technology
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JVC Professional Products Company, a supplier of IP network and analog security cameras, introduces the TK-T8101WPRU, an outdoor analog bullet camera with 10-bit digital signal processing and integrated infrared (IR) LED technology.

Part of JVC’s LoLux line of security cameras, the TK-T8101WPRU provides true day and night performance in challenging lighting environments, including complete darkness, the company says.

The TK-T8101WPRU features a 1/3-inch high resolution IT CCD paired with a 3.3-12mm variable focal lens to deliver 600 TV lines of resolution with 52 dB signal-to-noise ratio, JVC says. In low light, sensitivity is 0.05 lux for color, 0.015 for black-and-white, and 0 lux with active IR LED, and the camera also features automatic high light compensation (HLC) for extreme white light, as well as “Easy Wide-D” for backlight compensation, the firm says.

Housed in a die-cast aluminum case with tempered glass and sun shield, the TK-T8101WPRU is dustproof and waterproof (IP66 rated), and can operate in extreme temperatures (14-122 degrees Fahrenheit), the firm says. Other features include motion detection (up to four areas), privacy masking (up to eight zones), digital noise reduction, and on-screen menus for easy installation and setup.

“Our new TK-T8101WPRU features 28 built-in LEDs, which allow for an IR distance of 115 feet, so there is no costly additional lighting needed,” said Ian Scott, JVC Security Group’s vice president. “That means less expensive installations, lower total cost of ownership, and exceptional low-light performance that’s backed with a three-year limited warranty.”

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