12x block camera with superb picture quality and features you've come to expect from the FCB camera line-up, such as digital output, color
enhancement and sodium vapor lamp mode.
- True Progressive Scan: Ideally suited for IP-ready monitoring applications, the FCB-EX15E/EP cameras adopt a Progressive Scan mode to provide
smooth and clear images without interlace artifact effects when viewing details in a moving image (i.e., license plate of moving vehicles, a person running). All the processing is done by the PS from the CCD
readout, signal to processing to video output.
- Digital Output (ITU-R BT656): By using the digital interface, the quality of the camera’s video signal is maintained with
minimal deterioration. This can lead to cost savings due to the direct connection to codecs/systems without the need for any additional components.
- Temperature Readout: The
value of the internal temperature of the FCB E Version cameras can be read out via the VISCA™ protocol. When checking the internal temperature of equipment (i.e., speed dome unit), it is possible to use
this data to turn a fan or heater on/off inside the equipment as needed.
- Color Enhancement: Ideally suited for low vision applications, new color enhancement options can make
reading text and pictures less challenging. Available options include monochrome, binary, inverted and enhanced color modes.
- Auto Wide-D Mode: When dealing with high or low contrast lighting situations
in the previous FCB cameras, it was necessary to switch off the Wide-D function by sending a VISCA command each time. With the new FCB-EX995E/995EP and FCB-EX490E/490EP, the cameras monitor the luminance
differences within an image and automatically switch on and off the Wide D feature according to the contrasted lighting environment. How is this done? An image is divided into 12 blocks. The luminance of each
block is then averaged and the camera monitors the difference of all 12 blocks. When the luminance difference between the highest and lowest block area reaches a pre-selected level, the camera automatically turns
on/off the Wide-D. This process takes less than one second. In addition, it is possible to select three levels of luminance differences (low/mid/high).
- White Balance: Outdoor
Auto Mode: The FCB-E Version cameras are equipped with a new Outdoor Auto Mode feature. When shooting at dawn or dusk, images could appear bluish. The new E version cameras automatically
adjust the white balance to reduce the dark tones at dawn or dusk.
- White Balance: Sodium Vapor Lamp Mode: When cameras are shooting under a sodium vapor lamp (typically a street lamp or tunnel lamp), the
image could appear to have a yellowish tint. The new FCB E Version cameras are equipped with a new Sodium Vapor Lamp Mode that automatically compensates for the sodium vapor lamp degree of Kelvin to restore
objects to their original color.
||1/4 type EXview HAD CCD
||12x (144x with optical zoom)
|Horizontal Viewing Angle
||53.6° (wide end) to 4.6° (tele end)
|Minimum Object Distance
||10 mm* (wide) ~ 800 mm (tele) *Default: 290 mm
||1/1 to 1/10,000 s, total 22 steps
||Auto, ATW, Indoor, Outdoor Auto, Sodium Vapor Lamp (fix/auto), One-push, Manual
||Auto/Manual/Max. Gain Limit (-3 to +28 dB, +2 dB step/total 16 steps)
|Wide Dynamic Range
|Privacy Zone Masking
||Auto (Sensitivity: normal, low)
Zoom trigger AF
Focus Compensation in ICR On
Black & White
||Auto, Manual, Priority Mode (shutter priority & iris priority), Bright, EV Compensation, Slow AE
|Video output Specifications
||12x optical zoom; f = 3.7 mm (wide) to 44.4 mm (tele); F1.6 to F2.5
||More than 50 dB
||Less than 1.0 lx (F1.6, 50 IRE)
||Analog: VBS: 1.0 Vp-p (sync negative)
||HD: 720p/59.94, 720p/50, 720p/29.97, 720p/25
SD: NTSC, PAL
||550 TV Lines
|Camera Control Interface
||VISCA protocol (CMOS 5 V) 9.6 Kbps, 19.2 Kbps, 38.4 Kbp; Stop bit, 1 bit
|Dimensions (W x H x D)
||44.8 x 46.9 x 71.8 mm
||Less than 150 g
||-5°C to +60°C
||-20°C to +60°C
||3.7W (motors active) / 2.3W (motors inactive)
||6.0 V ~ 12.0 V DC