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STAR-LIGHT AHD™ 2.1 Megapixel HD Analog Indoor/Outdoor Bullet Camera with IR
Model: DWC-B6763TIR
Groundbreaking STAR-LIGHT AHD™ High Definition Cameras use existing coaxial cables to transmit crystal-clear detailed 1080p images. The cameras offer 2.1MP resolution along with powerful features such as P-Iris Lens, Wide Dynamic Range (DWDR) and True Day/Night with Mechanical IR Cut Filter. The STAR-LIGHT AHD cameras are engineered to work with VMAX AHD DVRs, offering an easy upgrade from analog to high definition surveillance using existing infrastructure for a cost-effective, high resolution surveillance solution.
  • DWC-B6763TIR



Analog High Definition (AHD)
AHD Technology delivers clear HD video
at 1920 x 1080 Resolution.
  • Analog High Definition (AHD) HD over Coax Technology
  • STAR-LIGHT™ Super Low Light Technology
  • Omnivision 1/2.7” CMOS  Sensor
  • 1080p Resolution at 30fps
  • Digital Wide Dynamic Range (DWDR)
  • Varifocal P-Iris Lens 2.8~12mm
  • Smart IR™ with Intelligent Camera Sync. 100ft Range
  • Smart DNR™ 3D Digital Noise Reduction
  • Highlight Masking Exposure (HME)
  • True Day/Night with Mechanical IR Cut Filter
  • Secondary Video-BNC Output
  • Programmable Privacy Zones
  • Auto Gain Control (AGC)
  • Backlight Compensation (BLC)
  • Auto White Balance (AWB)
  • RS-485 Built-in
  • IP66 Certified (Weather Resistant)
  • 5 Year Warranty

IMAGE


 
 
Image Sensor
 
1/2.7” CMOS Sensor
Active Pixels
 
1920(H) x 1080(V)
Scanning System
 
Progressive scan
Frequency
 
60Hz/50Hz
Signal Technology
 
2.0 Megapixel AHD
Synchronization
 
Internal
Resolution
 
1920x1080 (1080p)
Minimum Scene Illuminationy
 
F1.4 (30IRE): 0.5Lux [Color]
F1.4 (30IRE): 0 Lux [B&W]

S/N Ratio
 
55dB
Video Output
 
AHD 1080p30fps/720p60fps/720p30fps

LENS


 
 
Focal Length
 
2.8 ~ 12mm
Lens Type
 
P-Iris Varifocal
IR Distance
 
100ft

OPERATIONAL


 
 
Shutter Speed
 
1/30(25)-1/30,000
Backlight
 
Off/ On
STAR-LIGHT (Sense-up)
 
OFF, x2 -x32
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
 
Off/ On
Digital Noise Reduction
 
Off, Low, Middle, High
White Balance
 
Auto / Auto-Ex/ Preset / Manual
Day and Night
 
Day/ Night/ Auto
Mirror/ Flip
 
Yes
Auto Gain Control
 
Max 60dB
Motion Detection
 
Yes
Privacy Zones
 
4 Privacy Zones
Sharpness
 
0 ~ 10
Gamma
 
0.45 ~ 0.75
Digital Zoom
 
x1.0 ~ x16.0

ENVIRONMENTAL


 
 
Operating Temperature
 
-20°C ~ 50°C (-4°F ~ 122°F)
Operating Humidity
 
than 90% (Non-Condensing)
IP Rating
 
IP66 (Weather Resistant)
Other Certifications
 
FCC, CE, ROHS

ELECTRICAL


 
 
Power Requirements
 
DC 12V
Power Consumption
 
LED Off: 3.06W, 255mA
LED On: 3.5W, 291mA

MECHANICAL


 
 
Material
 
Aluminum
Dimensions
 
234.5 x 82.2 mm (9.23 X 3.23 in)
Weight
 
1.65lbs
STAR-LIGHT MPA
STAR-LIGHT PTZ
VMAX A1
DWC-BLJUNC
Junction box for bullet cameras
DWC-PMB-BU
Pole mount bracket for bullet cameras
Title Type Size Download
Camera Accessories Compatibility Chart pdf 3.88 MB
DWC-B6763TIR Datasheet pdf 0.34 MB
DWC-B6763TIR Manual pdf 0.74 MB
STAR-LIGHT AHD Series Presentation pptx 6.00 MB
Frequently asked questions
Q. How to turn on WDR?
A. At the VMAX A1 DVR
  1. Right click and select PTZ controller
  2. Press Menu to access the camera's OSD
  3. Go to Exposure, Brightness and select WDR.
  4. Go to Exit Jump
  5. Select Save & Exit
Q. My camera has a spotlight effect at night.
A.
  1. Enter the Setup Menu
  2. Go to Day & Night
  3. Enable SMART IR and adjust the level
SMART IR adjusts the image for IR cameras to eliminate LED light reflection and white spots in the image. By breaking down the camera’s field of view into five zones, Smart IR allows for even distribution of the IR light. This prevents excessive illumination on images that are in the front of the scene and offers a clear image in B/W without any loss of detail.

Note:  This is best adjusted at night

Q. My Camera image is flashing/flickering
A.
  1. View the image to see if the environment has variable lighting
  2. If so, enable WDR or DRC in the camera’s menu
  3. If not, make sure power is sufficient and power cycle the camera
  4. Check cable and connectors

Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)

Wide Dynamic Range technology mechanically allows capturing an entire scene in challenging lighting conditions. One shutter is set to a short exposure, capturing the bright areas in the FoV, while the other is set for a long exposure, capturing the dark areas in the FoV. The camera then interlaces the images and combines them, capturing both areas with no loss of detail. This allows for an image capture even when there are very bright and dark areas in the camera’s field of view or images are distorted by a strong backlight.

  1. Enter camera's setup menu
  2. Go to Exposure
  3. Go to Backlight and select WDR
  4. Enter WDR submenu to adjust the level
  5. Save & Exit

Dynamic Range Compressor (DRC)

DRC enables dark areas in images to become more visible without overexposing the bright areas to create one perfect image

  1. Enter camera's setup menu
  2. Go to Exposure
  3. Select DRC
  4. Enter DRC submenu to adjust the level
  5. Save & Exit

Q. My camera is blurry at night but clear in the day
A.
  1. Check the lens cover for dirt, debris, scratches, smudges or residue
  2. Tilt camera away from or remove nearby reflective objects
  3. Make sure rubber gasket is present and correctly seated on lens
  4. Clean lens cover with water and dry microfiber cloth
Q. My camera is stuck in Black & Whtie.
A.
  1. Make sure the camera is compatible with the dvr
  2. Make sure the camera is on the right signal
  3. Make sure the camera is getting sufficient light
  4. Make sure the light sensor is not obstructed.
  5. Move camera to a known working port. If problem follows the camera then the camera is the problem
  6. Enter the Camera's setup menu and make sure Day & Night is on Auto
  7. Factory default/Initialize the camera
  8. Bench test the camera with separate wiring and power
  9. Send in for repair if the problem persists.
Q. There are horizontal rolling bars on the monitor.
A.

This is a video ground loop due to more than one ground between camera and monitor/head-end

Ground Loop problems can be resolved by making sure that only one end of any video cable is
connected to a local ground. Make sure the video cable shields do not come into direct contact with
each other to prevent unintentional local grounding.

  1. Tape all connectors in such situations to minimize this risk.
  2. Keep camera runs as short as possible with all video cables cut to fit. Excess cable left along any run can increase the risk of interference.
  3. At the monitor end make sure all the CCTV equipment is connected to same power point to provide a common local ground.
  4. Implement a ground loop isolator