MESSOA NCR870S IR outdoor camera geared up for flexible installation and harsh weather

Product Profile

The Messoa NCR870S is a ready-to-go 2MP IR bullet network camera designed for round-the-clock video surveillance needs. An upgrade version of the well-received model NCR870, the NCR870S inherited the superior imaging quality from its predecessor backed by years of successful installations around the world. Building on top of this proven performance, the new version is improved in terms of flexibility of installation and protection against water and harsh weather, making it an excellent choice for a versatile yet reliable solution.

Cable management bracket adds versatility

The new addition of a 3-axis cable management bracket provides a robust mounting platform either on the ceiling or up against the wall for the NCR870S, while facilitating tidy installation and camera angle adjustments on a 3-axis plane.

Also serving to conceal the power and video cables, the cable management bracket significantly reinforces the sturdiness of the NCR870S. The bracket provides a well-rounded protection from any water, dust or shock damages to the entire camera. Together with the aluminium housing, the NCR870S is fully compliant with IP67 standards, ensuring reliable operation for both indoor and outdoor applications.

Built for harsh weather condition

In addition to the IP67-rated waterproof protection, an optional built-in heater version, the NCR870SH, is also available for allowing the camera to endure some of the most extreme environments. Being able to withstand adverse coldness for as low as -40° C (-40° F), the built-in heater ensures the camera is maintained at an optimal operating temperature range at all times.

Superior image quality all day long

See clear and detailed, high definition images in all conditions with the NCR870S. Unlike traditional megapixel cameras, Full HD offers higher resolutions and better frame rates at an international industry standard. Objects of interest always come through in perfect clarity. Even in the absence of lighting, the high power IR illuminator unit arranged around the lens provides even illumination needed for seeing in total darkness for as far as 25 meters (82ft).

True Day & Night operation with mechanical ICR

Featuring IR Cut Filter Removable (ICR) function, the NCR870S is ideal for capturing images under highly variable lighting conditions, delivering perfect colour images at day time and noise-free monochrome images at low light to absolutely no light environment.

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Technical Specification

Make Messoa
Manufacturer MESSOA Technologies Inc.
Model code NCR870S
Chip Inch Size 1/3
Color Type Color / Monochrome
Resolution 2 MP
Digital (DSP) Yes
Specialist Type Infrared
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 24 V AC
Power Consumption: 20 W
Motion Activated Yes
Focal Length mm 3.1
Picture Elements HxV 1920 x 1080
Network Properties Image Frame Rate: 15 fps
Interface: 10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet for LAN / WAN, RJ-45
Back Light Compensation Yes
Auto Gain Control Yes
White Balance Yes
Electronic Shutter Range 1/10000 ~ 1/3.75s
Signal Mode PAL, NTSC
Y/ C (Video Output) BNC X1, 1.0Vp-p, 75 Ohms
Compression Type H.264, MPEG4, Motion JPEG
Physical Specifications Weight g: 1,000
Dimensions mm: 91 x 244 x 83
Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature oC: -40 ~ +50 C (-40 ~ +122 F)
Protection: IP67
Operating Humidity %: 10 ~ 90
System Requirements Web Browser: IE Browser 6.0 or Above
HD Yes
Additional info The NCR870S(H) is a ready to go infrared (IR) camera that is able to see even in total darkness. This camera is ideal for outdoor applications such as convenience stores, streets and parking lots. It features motion detection function. MegaSmart event/ region-specific monitoring enables users to receive alerts upon event. The built-in 25M (82ft) IR LED lights objects evenly, reducing image noises and storage requirements.
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