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Dahua 2MP IP Bullet Camera

Dahua 2MP IP Bullet Camera IPC-HFW1230S1P

Dahua 2MP IP Bullet Camera

  • Model: IPC-HFW1230S1P
  • ROI, SMART H.264/ H.265,Flexible coding,
  • 2MP, 1/2.7” CMOS Image Sensor
  • Outputs max. (1920×1080) @25/30 fps
  • IR distance: 30M (Rotation Mode)
  • > 2MP, 1/2.8” CMOS image sensor, low illuminance, high image definition

    > Outputs max. 2MP (1920 × 1080) @25/30 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 disconnection, IP conflict, illegal access, voltage detection

    > Supports max. 256 GB Micro SD card

    > 12V DC/PoE power support

    > IP67 protection

Dahua 2MP IP Bullet Camera

Camera Feature
Image Sensor 2MP, 1/2.7” CMOS image sensor
Effective Pixels 1920 (H) × 1080 (V)
IR Distance 30 m (98.4 ft)
Others 2 Stream Capability

Operating Conditions:
-40°C to +60°C (-40°F to +140°F)/less than ≤ 95%

Storage Temperature:
-40°C to +60°C (-40°F to +140°F)

Ingress Protection: IP67

Type Fixed-focal
Focal Length 2.8 mm
3.6 mm
Aperture Max. Aperture: F2.0, F2.0
Angle of View 2.8 mm:
Horizontal: 105°
Vertical: 57°
Diagonal: 125°

3.6 mm:
Horizontal: 87°
Vertical: 47°
Diagonal: 104

Physical Specification
Power Power Supply: 12V DC/PoE (802.3af)
Power Consumption: < 4.3W
Datasheet 2020-12-23 IPC-HFW2231S-S-S2_datasheet_20201211 English  pdf

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Surveillance systems monitoring large spaces such as warehouses, parks, gardens, and outdoor parking lots feature camera locations that are dispersed and far from the control center at distances usually longer than 100 meters. The conventional approach is to add repeater devices to extend the transmission range. However, this increases equipment and installation costs as a power supply and junction box are required to install the repeater. It also makes the system harder to maintain and increases the risk of product failure.