Dahua Technology IPC-HDW2431TM-AS-S2 4MP WDR IR Eyeball IP Camera

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Dahua Technology
  • Model code: IPC-HDW2431TM-AS-S2
  • Series: Lite series
Additional info:

4MP, 1/3” CMOS image sensor, low illuminance, high image definition Outputs 4MP (2560 × 1440)@25/30 fps, Max. supports 4MP (2688 × 1520) @ 20 fps H.265 codec, high compression rate, ultra-low bit rate Built-in IR LED, max IR distance: 30 m ROI, SMART H.264/H.265, flexible coding, applicable to various bandwidth and storage environments Rotation mode, WDR, 3D DNR, HLC, BLC, digital watermarking, applicable to various monitoring scenes Intelligent detection: Intrusion, tripwire Abnormality detection: Motion detection, video tampering, no SD card, SD card full, SD card error, network disconnected, IP conflict, illegal access, voltage detection Supports max. 256 GB Micro SD card, built-in Mic 12V DC/PoE power support IP67 protection

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Make Dahua Technology
Manufacturer Dahua Technology USA Inc.
Model code IPC-HDW2431TM-AS-S2
Series Lite series
Additional info
  • 4MP, 1/3” CMOS image sensor, low illuminance, high image definition
  • Outputs 4MP (2560 × 1440)@25/30 fps, Max. supports 4MP (2688 × 1520) @ 20 fps
  • H.265 codec, high compression rate, ultra-low bit rate
  • Built-in IR LED, max IR distance: 30 m
  • ROI, SMART H.264/H.265, flexible coding, applicable to various bandwidth and storage environments
  • Rotation mode, WDR, 3D DNR, HLC, BLC, digital watermarking, applicable to various monitoring scenes
  • Intelligent detection: Intrusion, tripwire
  • Abnormality detection: Motion detection, video tampering, no SD card, SD card full, SD card error, network disconnected, IP conflict, illegal access, voltage detection
  • Supports max. 256 GB Micro SD card, built-in Mic
  • 12V DC/PoE power support
  • IP67 protection
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