CP-VAC-T20PL2 2 MP Full HD IR Bullet Camera – 20 Mtr.

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)



2 MP Full HD IR Bullet Camera – 20 Mtr.

  • 2 MP HQIS Pro Image Sensor
  • 25/30fps@2MP
  • Day/Night(ICR), AWB, AGC, BLC
  • Plug-n-Play HD/SD Camera
  • IR Range of 20 Mtr.
  • 3.6mm Lens
  • Equipped with fine IR LEDs for clearer night vision
  • Compatible with HDx, AHD, HDCVI, CVBS and HDTVI DVRs


  • Image Sensor 1/2.7″ 2 MP HQIS Pro Image Sensor
  • Minimum Illumination Color(0.1Lux), (0 Lux IR LED On)
  • Shutter Speed 1/50s(1/60s)-1/100,000s(Auto/Fixed)
  • White Balance Auto
  • Lens 3.6mm
  • AGC Control Auto
  • S/N Ratio ≥36dB
  • Back Light Comp. Auto
  • Resolution 2MP (1920 × 1080)
  • Video Output 1.0Vp-p Composite Output (75O / BNC) , HD-AHD(1080P)\ HD-TVI(1080P)\ HD-CVI(1080P)\ CVBS , CVI Default setting
  • Frame Rate 30fps(60Hz) , 25fps(50Hz)
  • ICR support
  • Gamma Correction 0.45
  • IR IR Range of 20 Mtr.
  • No. of IR LEDs 12pcs
  • Operating Temperature -20°C~ 55°C
  • Humidity 10% ~ 90% , =95% RH no dew
  • Power Source DC12V(+/-10%)
  • Power Consumption 0.4W(2.5W after IR LED Powered on)
  • Dimension 159.27mm x 70mm x 76.25mm
  • Weight 0.2 Kg.


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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    John Doe

    This is my second device from Apple.In the past i have used a bunch of laptops and usually switch them after a year and so.Mostly i bought products from HP and lenovo.The last one was Lenovo Ideapad Y510,which was kind of a good device but bad battery life for a traveler like me.
    So, the main reason i bought the macbook pro was the good battery life and excellent performance it offered.
    Apple MacBook Pro MF840HN/A is the latest version of this one http://amzn.to/1EvEWcb

    John Doe

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Peter Wargner

    have had this laptop for 10 days or so, and these are my thoughts –

    I am a long time Windows User and what I love in a Laptop are two things – Resolution (w/ Screen Quality), Performance and Build Quality. Now, make no mistake – this is not by any means the highest resolution laptop you can get. (Dell XPS 13 sports a ~4K screen). But what people forget is one thing –
    Windows. Scaling. Sucks.

    Peter Wargner