General camera product code

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section 1 means camera signal and connector types (analog/digital)
section 2 means camera looks and camera orientation
section 3 means camera series and camera size
section 4 means additional specification of camera
section 5 means lens code which is used in the camera
section 6 means camera system (NTSC/PAL or EIA/CCIR)
section 7 means custom camera by serial number
NOTE: some might not fit the general code meaning

General lens product code

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section 1 means types of lens or pixel (pin hole / board / megapixel)
section 2 means focal length (mm)
section 3 means aperature (F)
section 4 means lens coating (AR/IR)
section 5 means lens mount/size (Mxx)
section 6 means custom lens by serial number
NOTE: some might not fit the general code meaning

General cable accessary code

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section 1 means cable types
section 2 means front side connector
section 3 means end side connector
section 4 means second end side connector (if needed)
section 5 means total cable length (three digits)
section 6 means serial number
NOTE: some might not fit the general code meaning


Basic information for your reference

• Camera with LED light source are suggested to use with large aperture  F number
• FID: AA-BB-CC mm
   FID means focus distance Identification
   AA means the clearest point
   BB-CC means the range that still can be seen
   For example: 50-20-70mm
   50mm is the focus point and 20mm to 70mm is the range of viewing distance.

• Cameras with UTC function can use with UTC controller (model: UTC-100) to adjust image display.
   UTC-100 can be purchased separately.

• Camera orientation types:

camera viewing direction


• Binning VGA vs. Crop VGA:
Binning VGA vs. Crop VGA