The TM-651 EFIR, based on the Sony Super HAD II CCD, delivers high-resolution, crystal clear images that accurately capture every aspect of any scene.
The TM DSP gives the camera many configurable extras not found in 600TVL cameras, such as: Auto White Balance (AWB), Auto Gain Control (AGC), Auto Exposure (AE), Dead Pixel Compensation, Highlight Compensation (HLC), Digital Wide Dynamic Range (D-WDR), Backlight Compensation (BLC)…and more. This ensures that the camera will work in different and varying lighting conditions as well as improve the picture quality.
Enclosed in a Vandal Resistant and weatherproof housing, the TM-651 EFIR can be used indoors or outdoors.
The high quality infra-red IR LEDs eliminate IR saturation which most cameras suffer from. To enhance this further, we have developed an advanced Smart IR technology to further reduce saturation as seen above. It is fitted with 6 IR LEDs that allow the camera to be used in total darkness up to a range of 10m.
To eliminate IR LED reflection during the dark, the camera has a high quality dual glass pane.
The anti-noise technology gives you a clearer, noise-free image in low-light conditions which drastically reduces storage space and transmission size (pictures high in noise require more storage space). This powerful technology performs a pixel-by-pixel audit of the pictures which checks for any anomalies, thereby rectifying them giving a fantastic Signal-to-Noise Ratio (S/N Ratio). An example above shows the effect that noise can have as shown on the left image, and with the anti-noise technology reducing that noise on the right image.
The 3-Axis gimbal allows the camera to be moved in any direction, making installations simple and easy. The camera can also be wall or ceiling mounted.
For that extra peace-of-mind, all cameras have an advanced lightning protection circuit so you won’t have to worry about lightning strikes and electrical spikes affecting your camera.
The camera is IP66 rated so you won’t have to worry about dust, water and condensation entering the camera and affecting the picture.