The Rapier 45 overview camera uses a standard definition 12x zoom camera with the option to operate the camera in progressive scan mode. Progressive scan mode allows images to be captured as a full sensor image that is output as two fields of interlaced video.
When viewed, this format will contain double the vertical image elements without any time delay between adjacent interlaced lines. In this way, moving objects can be displayed in higher definition than standard interlaced video modules.
By utilizing the interlaced video output, the camera offers the capability for images to be captured in full D1 quality by frame grabbers and video encoders alike. The camera’s housing is fully sealed to IP68 and purged for long life performance.
Optics – 12x optical zoom, equivalent to f=3.7 to 44.4mm, HFoV 54° (Wide) to 4.6° (Tele), F1.6 to F28
Sensor – ExView HAD 752(H) x 582(V) effective picture elements (440,000 total), 550 TVL
Image Format – PAL video 1V p-p 75Ω CVBS, Interlaced (50ips)/Progressive Scan (25ips), Day/Night IR Cut filter for Colour/B&W (Auto/Manual)
Image Features – 1/50th to 1/10,000th , Electronic Gain/AGC -3dB to +28dB with max gain limit, Flip, Mirror
Light Sensitivity – Colour Overview 0.9 Lux Colour / 0.01 Lux B/W (Full Auto/Manual)
Connectivity – 1 off 12 way Hirose HR30 or Binder 720 – 1 x video, 1 x sync, 1 x Power and 1 x RS232
Protocols – AVML and VISCA
Operating Voltage – 10-15VDC
Power Consumption – Nominally 12W
Physical – 76mm cylindrical x 114 mm long – excluding connector, brackets and sunshield
Enclosure – IP68 hermetically sealed hard anodised aluminium in black or clear aluminium
Temperature – -20°C to 50°C operating
OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES
Cable harness sets – The camera is fitted with high-grade locking connectors with a choice of Binder 720 or Hirose HR30 types, the latter being compatible with other standard Rapier cabling and splitters. The unit is powered by12VDC power and has analogue video output and RS232 for setup of the analogue zoom camera
Brackets – A range of metal cradles, brackets and sunshields are available. Modified and bespoke metalwork can be designed and supplied to meet specific demands. Sunshields are available in a variety of construction techniques and sizes