IR LED Cameras

IR LED cameras, supplied by RF Concepts.

IR LEDS are used to provide light in dark conditions. The infrared light is invisible to the eye and cameras will display in black and white in darkness. Our IR LED cameras have sensors and the LEDs will switch on during darkness, though cameras will require reasonable light to operate. The use of IR LEDs will assist to enable a good picture in darkness. Unfortunately, the picture under IR LED lighting will be Black and White.
For the best low light cameras, see our Sony STARVIS range.

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  1. Hikvision DS-2CE16D8T-IT3ZF 2 MP Ultra Low Light Motorized Varifocal Bullet Camera [3107-2]

    • 2 MP high performance bullet camera
    • 1920 × 1080 resolution
    • 2.7 mm to 13.5 mm varifocal lens
    • Strong night performance, capturing images in ultra-low light down to 0.003 lux
    • Clear imaging even against strong back lighting due to 130 dB true WDR technology
    • 3D DNR technology delivers clean and sharp images
    • Lens focuses automatically when zooming in or out
    • EXIR 2.0: advanced infrared technology with 80m IR distance
    • Water and dust resistant (IP67)
    • 4 in 1 video output (4 signals switchable TVI/AHD/CVI/CVBS)
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    £XX.XX
  2. Hikvision DS-2CE16H0T-IT3ZF 5MP Turbo Motorized 2.7-13.5mm 40m IR [3740]

    • 5 megapixel high-performance CMOS
    • 2.7-13.5mm motorized vari-focal lens
    • Up to 40m IR distance
    • OSD menu, 2D DNR, DWDR
    • IP67
    • 4 in 1 video output (switchable TVI/AHD/CVI/CVBS)
    • Up the Coax (HIKVISION-C) 
    Multibuy Option
    IN STOCK
    £XX.XX
  3. Hikvision DS-2CE16H0T-IT3ZE 5MP POC Camera 2.7-13.5mm Motorised [3706]

    • 5MP high-performance CMOS
    • Analog HD output,
    • 2.7-13.5mm motorized vari-focal lens
    • Up to 40m IR
    • IP67
    • EXIR technology
    • PoC.at
    • Up the Coax(HIKVISION-C)
    Multibuy Option
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    £XX.XX

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