- Up to 2MP HD Resolution (1920 x 1080)
- 1/2.8″ Progressive Scan CMOS
- 20X Optical Zoom
- Field of View: 61.4°-2.9°
- Up to 50m IR range
- 3D intelligent positioning function
- IP66 Weatherproof Protection
- 12VDC & POE (12VDC Power Adapter included)
- Built-in Micro SD card slot, up to 128 GB
The IPCT-4A220-PTZir captures video up to a resolution of 2MP @ 30 FPS, which is 1920 x 1080 pixels. To put this in perspective, FHD (Full High Definition) is 2 megapixels, or 1920×1080 pixels. Every pixel added to your camera’s picture gives you a higher image quality and more detail.
50′ Night Vision IR Range
When the sun goes down or the lights go out, this camera switches on its own onboard infrared LED lights. These lights, which are invisible to the human eye, allow the camera to continue functioning and recording video 24/7, day or night. And since its IR range covers up to 50 feet, you’re not going to miss anything that happens on your camera’s feeds, even if it happens in pitch-black darkness.
The IPCT-4A220-PTZir is a part of our H-Series line of products. As such, it’s packed with features that would please a power user, yet it’s simple enough to operate for a novice. Easily view and manage your cameras and recorders anywhere in the world with the free mobile and desktop applications. For the power user, these apps give you the power to adjust advanced settings on the fly. For the novice, you can use the apps to simply view live feeds and play back recorded video. Whatever you need to accomplish, it’s all right there at your fingertips.
Plug & Play
If you’re creating a new system out of our H-Series cameras, set up is insanely easy with our H-Series line of POE NVRs. Simply plug the camera into the back of the H-Series NVR and you have instant video on the recorder’s HDMI interface. You can also view and manage the NVR through free desktop and mobile apps, such as Hik-Connect and iVMS-4200.
If you want to add this camera to a security system already set up, that’s no problem. This camera complies with the protocols set by the Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF). This means, as long as your current recorder is ONVIF compatible, you’ll be able to set this camera up with your current system.