Pro Series 4MP Indoor/Outdoor Varifocal Bullet Camera (ADC-VC728PF)

Pro Series 4MP Indoor/Outdoor Varifocal Bullet Camera (ADC-VC728PF)

The ADC-VC728PF is a Pro Series bullet camera with PoE, adjustable ball mount and varifocal lens, allowing for greater flexibility in installation choices for indoor and outdoor environments. Users can remotely narrow or widen the field of view without any loss of quality. All Pro Series cameras feature intelligent Business Activity Analytics, including People Counting, Queue Monitoring, and Heat Mapping. In addition to cloud storage for video clips, this camera supports 24/7 recording to an onboard microSD and/or Commercial-Grade Stream Video Recorder (CSVR126). 

Features

  • 4MP HDR video*
  • Business Activity Analytics
  • Onboard Recording with Smart View
  • Video Analytics with Object Detection
  • Power over Ethernet
  • IR night vision
  • IP66-rated waterproof & dust-tight

Specifications

  • Supported resolutions: 2688×1520*, 1920×1080, 1280×720, 640×360
  • Local recording: SVR and Onboard Recording**
  • Image sensor: 1/2.7″ progressive scan CMOS Lens & Field of view: 3.2 mm (W) – 9.8 mm (T), F1.8 – F3.3, 116° to 34°
  • Iris: P-iris
  • Remote varifocal control: Focal length, manual focus adjustment, autofocus
  • Low-light sensitivity: 0 lux with IR
  • IR range: Up to ~95 feet (30 meters)
  • Image adjustments: Flip, brightness, contrast, saturation, sharpness, exposure
  • Ethernet connection: 10/100 Mbps RJ-45
  • Operating temperature: -22°F to 122°F (-30°C to 50°C)
  • Operating humidity: 20% – 100% non-condensing RH
  • Power: 12 VDC ± 10% or PoE (802.3af)
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 6.8 x 3.0 x 3.0” (17.4 x 7.5 x 7.5 cm)
  • Weight: 19.1 oz (540 g)
  • Ingress protection: IP66
  • Compliance: FCC, IC, C-Tick, CE Class B, UL, RoHS, WEEE

 

*4MP recording only supported on Commercial SVR

**Note: Alarm.com recommends using SanDisk High Endurance, Micron Industrial, or WD Purple microSD cards. These cards have been vetted by Alarm.com and are designed for long-term surveillance usage