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Swann PRO-670 surveillance colour wired CCTV Camera - SWPRO-670
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Swann PRO-670 surveillance colour wired CCTV Camera

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The PRO-670 Professional All Purpose Day/Night Security Camera from our PRO-SERIES features a 540 Line 1/3" Sony "SuperHAD" high-resolution video sensor. Thanks to the PRO-670s state-of-the-art, high-resolution video technology, you can keep a continuous eye out for thieves, vandals, break-ins, or any other suspicious activity. The powerful infrared night vision can clearly see up to 80 ft away ideal for monitoring long driveways, alleys, hallways, cars, warehouses and more.

Everything you need is included in the pack including 60ft 18m BNC cable for connecting to a DVR and power, BNC to RCA connector for connecting to a TV, power adapter, user guide, deterrent security stickers and more. When combined with a Swann DVR youll be able to record, store, and remotely view footage online for total peace of mind. Best of all, their "plug & play" installation makes set-up incredibly simple, indoors and out.

  • Image Sensor Type CCD
  • White Balance Modes Auto
  • Illumination 0 Lux
  • Illumination 0.1 Lux
  • Colour Support Colour Colour
  • Support Monochrome Focal Length 6 mm
  • Shortest Shutter Speed 1/100000 Second
  • Longest Shutter Speed 1/50 Second
  • Connectivity Technology Wired
  • Analog Video Out Yes
  • Form Factor Internal
  • Form Factor External
  • Height 85.0 mm Width 70.0 mm Depth 199.0 mm Weight (Approximate) 395.0 g
  • Standard Warranty 1 Year

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  • Other Product Codes for this item:
  • SWP-RO-670
  • SWPRO--670
  • SWPRO-67
  • SWPRO670
  • SWPRO-6

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